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Review of legal literature research in some higher education institutions in Latin America



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Summary: this revision article deals with practices around the literality of law training in some Latin American universities. To this end, the way in which different theoretical and conceptual perspectives have been used to talk about textual understanding and production in the legal field, in higher education institutions, was reviewed until the end of literature. An analysis was carried out of the articles published in 2007-2017 in Latin American magazines, relating to reading and writing processes in the legal field, both in training and in the world of work. The results showed that literality practices have focused on the repetition, conceptual and textual ownership of discursive genders, the adaptation of texts to the diverse realities of the partners and the importance of intertextuality in the textual construction of legal arguments.

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