The Use of the Narratives in the Research in Communication Lvia Melo BARBOSA Angelica de Ftima PIOVESAN Prof. Add to your understanding with Cleveland Clinic. Dra. Fabricia Borges Summary the present article has the objective to present a study on the use of the interviews narratives in qualitative research in education and communication, mediated for historical psychology partner. We approach the relations dialectics between time, memory and narratives through the interacionista theory, providing to a bigger understanding in the construction of the data and analyses of the results. We use the methodology of the qualitative research, aiming at one better understanding of the relations semioptics. Word-key: Narratives; memory; language; communication; culture. Introduction When studying the language, through theoreticians as Saussure (1970), Vigotski (2001; 1998; 1989), Bakhtin (1995; 2003), Barthes (2009), we can perceive that the verbal language in such a way, as written or photographic, as mediating instrument of the signs if it develops in the social environment. Saussure (1970) it considered that the study of the system of the lingustico sign it would be part of a science ampler than it assigned of semiologia: ' ' the science that studies the life of the signs in the seio of the life social.' ' (P.
16). Being thus, the system of the lingustico sign would be the model for the analysis of other systems of signs, in this article we will be considering as instruments used in the construction and analysis of the data in the Qualitative Research in Education and Communication through the speech of the narratives. Through the language we also perceive the importance of the narratives. To speak of narratives is to speak of time and of memory, we can add to these instruments the images, images these, that in turn, evoke memories and these memories can be told. This article has as objective to present the narratives, the memories as instruments in the qualitative research in education and communication mediated for partner-historical psychology.