La realidad de Corea del Norte reflejada en la novela <em>Baridegi</em>, de Hwang Sok-yong: una aportación desde el análisis del discurso crítico
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Corea del Norte
análisis del discurso crítico
Baridegi
Hwang Sok-yong
literatura coreana

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Ryzhkov, Andrii, y Nayelli López Rocha. 2018. "La realidad de Corea del Norte reflejada en la novela Baridegi, de Hwang Sok-yong: una aportación desde el análisis del discurso crítico". Estudios de Asia y África 53 (2): 293-318. https://doi.org/10.24201/eaa.v53i2.2402
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El artículo ofrece una visión de la realidad de Corea del Norte reflejada en la novela Baridegi, de Hwang Sok-yong. Se hace un seguimiento detallado de términos y expresiones específicos que se reproducen en la novela. Esas expresiones funcionan como indicadores que alertan a los lectores sobre un contexto más amplio que incluye los derechos humanos y las relaciones sociales en la República Popular Democrática de Corea. Por lo tanto, se evalúan las implicaciones de los términos y las expresiones relacionados con ese país utilizando el análisis del discurso crítico y vinculándolos a hechos descritos en documentos oficiales. Se estima que este análisis contribuye a percibir el fondo de la novela y sus contextos subyacentes desde un ángulo específico.

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