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The 3rd quantity within the sequence conversation techniques engages in realizing procedures of verbal exchange relating to cultural configurations and contending forces that permeate them. This quantity is situated on the interface of tradition and communication-exploring ways that interplay, negotiations, or even conflicts are voiced. It re-examines our notion of tradition to teach that groups can't be divided into polarities equivalent to elite and well known or dominant and subaltern -establishing that such transparent divisions can't exist in society. tradition is accordingly perceived as a box of contending forces: a milieu of alternate, stumble upon, war of words, and probably clash.
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What about internalized censorship and literary convention? Among the interpretative operations, the following ones consolidate the construction of the popular as the ‘other’: the inherited exclusion of disturbing aspects of the popular (violence, sexuality and the threatening alterity of the child) and abstraction from the historical conditions in which popular representations were produced, although ‘the links between the texts and a political history are fundamental. They alone can explain how a particular gaze was constituted’ (de Certeau 1993: 67.
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