Análise foucaultiana na organização de documentos na web
Santos, Flávia Vieira da Silva
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In 1966, began several comments about the possibility of the death of Paul McCartney, The Beatles band member allegedly occurred in a car accident. This event went beyond the scope of the comments sparse, took shape in various media and entered the scientific field. The objective was to understand aspects of the discourse theory, as proposed by Michel Foucault, applying it in web texts in view the need of organizing collections in the field of Information Science. As a sample, we apply some of the principles of this theory in a corpus of artistic imprint, and analyze texts found on the web from the statement "death of Paul McCartney." Therefore, we adopted the Foucault´s concepts Science and Knowledge , Comment and Archive . The mobilization of the Foucault´s theory allowed the description of the documents correlates and composed a specific discursive archive on the subject, coming from various genres, media and materiality. As a result, the discursive archive presented in this work, such as sampling, on the theme death of Paul McCartney , was represented by infographic, showing the relationships among multiple documents. From the discussions undertaken around the field of Discourse Analysis of Foucault and some parameters of how information have been made available on the web with subsidies arising from theories of Information Science was still possible to trace relationships aiming possibilities of this science is to bolster also in Discourse Analysis of Foucault, in search of a new way to analyze, organize and make available content on the web universe.