Rafael Chaparro madiedo, nacio en bogota. Estudio en los Andes filosofia y letras y en el año de 1987 se gradúa de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras con la tesis sobre Martin Heidegger titulada: Interpretaciones de los estados de ánimo como experiencias ontológicas con base en “Ser y Tiempo”. Es el autor de: Opio en las nubes, El pajaro speed y su banda de corazones maleantes y Siempre es saludable perder sangre.
''During the analysis of the interview transcripts and diary entries,I identified those terms for emotions which Daphne used in her narratives. These included lexical items with a significant focus on affect, and, in line with Clore et al.’s (1987) theoretical approach, I rated them as ‘emotions’ in all instances where there was little difference in meaning between the terms for emotion preceded by the verbs ‘to feel’ and ‘to be’.''-Sonia Gallucci Emotive Accounts of the self during an…
''They define ‘emotional communication’ as spontaneous and often unintentional responses to internal states, whereas ‘emotive communication’ is described as the conscious ‘strategic modification of socially learned, cognitively mediated and intentionally performed affective signals'' -Sonia Galucci Emotive accounts of the self during and ERASMUS Sojourn Abroad.
''A number of recent studies have also investigated the development of the ‘new linguistic identities’ of year abroad students (e.g. Block, 2007b; Crawshaw et al., 2001; Jackson, 2008; Kinginger, 2009). However, the expression of emotions during the year abroad is still an underexamined field of research which requires greater attention (see Pavlenko, 2005, 2006)'' - Sonia Gallucci, Emotive Accounts of the self during an ERASMUS sojourn Abroad,2013
''I link this cross-disciplinary approach of emotions to a poststructuralist stance on identities, which consider them as dynamic, multiple and contradictory sites of struggle, where practices of societies are ‘heterogeneous arenas characterized by conflicting claims to truth and power’ (Norton, 2000: 14; see also Bourdieu, 1977, 1991; Bourdieu and Passeron, 1977, 1990; Heller, 1982; Weedon, 1987, 1997).'' - Sonia Gallucci, Emotive Accounts of the Self during an ERASMUS Sojourn Abroad.
''These advances offer a valid contribution to the study of emotions, nevertheless, as the authors clearly state, their study is not a theory of emotions, but ‘rather it is one possible heuristic approach to the identification of the psychological states that need to be considered in theories of emotions.’'' - Sonia Galluci, Emotive Accounts of the self during an ERASMUS Sojourn Abroad.
''On the basis of the above, the authors hypothesized that the best examples of emotion words would be those that refer to internal (as opposed to external) conditions, those that refer to mental (as opposed to non-mental) conditions and those that have a significant focus on affect.'' -Sonia Gallucci, Emotive Accounts of the Self during an ERASMUS Sojourn Abroad
''In what ways did the participant in this study make use of affective lexicon in her emotive discourse of Self and to what extent was her affective lexicon influential in the construction of her foreign language identity during the year abroad in Italy?'' -Sonia Gallucci, Emotive Accounts of the Self during an ERASMUS Sojourn Abroad.
''’ Within these pragmatic discursive frameworks, emotions are considered as part of socially constructed, dynamic and fundamentally interactive processes expressed through specific emotive linguistic devices, such as prosodic or lexical cues. According to Arndt and Janney (1991: 529), ‘emotional communication’ needs to be clearly distinguished from ‘emotive communication’'' -Sonia Gallucci Emotive Accounts of the self during and ERASMUS Sojourn Abroad.
''In order to understand the expression of her emotions in her accounts of intercultural encounters, a lexical analysis of her discourse,using Clore et al.’s (1987) taxonomy of psychological conditions, was conducted allowing the participant’s affective lexicon to be characterized. In this chapter, I have focused exclusively on Daphne’s direct verbal cues in naturally occurring situations. '' -Sonia Gallucci, Emotive Accounts of the self during and ERASMUS Sojourn Abroad.
'‘emotions in language have been examined only through the lens of vocal communication, concepts, or metaphors. It is only in the past decades that we have begun seeing theoretical proposals for a unified pragmatics of emotive communication.