Análise da Ocorrência de Maquiavelismo e Narcisismo no Discurso nos Relatórios Administrativos de Empresas Envolvidas em Escândalos Financeiros

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51237
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OBJETIVO: A motivação deste estudo é examinar a ocorrência de vocábulos que revelem traços linguísticos de maquiavelismo e narcisismo no discurso de líderes de empresas envolvidas em escândalos de corrupção no Brasil, à luz da teoria dos Altos Escalões. METODOLOGIA: Analisamos o discurso de líderes nos Relatórios Anuais das empresas Odebrecht S.A. e OAS S.A. Tais líderes no estudo estão envolvidos em operações fraudulentas detectada operação Lava Jato, uma investigação conduzida pela Polícia federal do Brasil. Os procedimentos metodológicos se fundamentam na concepção tridimensional do discurso: texto, prática discursiva e prática social. RESULTADOS: Os resultados sugerem que a utilização das palavras “nosso/nossos”, “mais”, “forte”, “maior”, “grande”, “melhor”, “confiança”, “valores” e “crescimento” remetem a características narcisistas. A análise semântica dos atos de fala nos revela traços maquiavélicos. CONTRIBUIÇÃO: Espera-se que os resultados dessa pesquisa possam instigar estudos que abordem as mudanças sociais decorrentes da veiculação desses discursos e possam despertar aos principais usuários das informações contidas nas Cartas das Administração de empresas, o reconhecimento de discursos que mascaram a real situação da empresa com intuito de gerar ganhos empresariais e pessoais, sem a preocupação com o prejuízo que podem causar a sociedade como um todo.
Citação ABNT:
D’SOUZA, M. F.; ARAGÃO, I. R. B. N.; LUCA, M. M. M. Análise da Ocorrência de Maquiavelismo e Narcisismo no Discurso nos Relatórios Administrativos de Empresas Envolvidas em Escândalos Financeiros. Revista de Educação e Pesquisa em Contabilidade, v. 12, n. 3, p. 402-420, 2018.
Citação APA:
D’souza, M. F., Aragão, I. R. B. N., & Luca, M. M. M. (2018). Análise da Ocorrência de Maquiavelismo e Narcisismo no Discurso nos Relatórios Administrativos de Empresas Envolvidas em Escândalos Financeiros. Revista de Educação e Pesquisa em Contabilidade, 12(3), 402-420.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.17524/repec.v12i3.1899
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Português
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