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Punto Cero

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A case of  articulation between interpersonal communication and massive communication. A case study. Cualitative research with psychoanalytic focus.. Punto Cero [online]. 2009, vol.14, n.18, pp. 51-60. ISSN 1815-0276.

Abstract Human communication is complex. It´s impossible to build an absolute understanding about it. A social-cultural approach it is not sufficient to take into account intimate or intrapersonals phenomenons and interpersonal phenomenons. These last ones are tied to set in motion the relation of the records: imaginary, symbolic and pulsional (the real in the lacanian psychoanalitic terminology). In this sense, not all can be brought to the word and which is excluded from the language is pulsion. For what was exposed, this work pretends to show, some of the individual´s truth - in the interpersonal communication dimension- in order to understand, the articulation with massive communication. For this, an autobiographic method or the word provocation, for the interviewed, is developed to build a life story. Event that has as an effect, from the psychoanalitic point of view, the individual´s production of that of what speaks about himself.

Palavras-chave : interpersonal communication; massive communication; word provocation; ideas association; individual effect; family constellation; imaginary; symbolic; pulsional; psychoanalitic point of view.

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