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Seminarul de logică discursivă, teoria argumentării şi retorică
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The paper presents a study on a typology of civic identities of public contributors of online articles on forums and their possibilities of automatic identification. We analyse the dialogic means and exploration of automatic extraction of features from forum utterances.
The research suggests new perspectives for defining types of online commentators of public discourses addressing domains such as politics, arts, education, etc. In the investigation we apply some pragmalinguistics approaches on communication, mainly taken from polyphony and enunciation areas.
http://consilr.info.uaic.ro/2013/index.php Citeste tot
Studying discourses seems to be an endless occupation, mostly because of the different approaches to the concept of ‘discourse’, but also because of the ever changing media and contexts where discourses take place. Our attention has always been drawn to the idea that discourses are social interactions which leave traces in our lives. Citeste tot
The text deals with clichés, in the sense of phrases everybody uses just because they are in fashion. The difference between phrase and enunciation, between text and discourse is the foundation of the claim made in this study. A phrase – any phrase – can have a semantic of its own and this makes it worth using in some contexts. In other words, the phrases get meanings in context. But the changing of contexts could make a perfectly acceptable phrase become not so acceptable. Or, contexts evolve and resuming former truth can have the most unexpected results. Some notorious
phrases are discussed and proven out of date or simply inadequate. On the other hand, a well known phrase is saluted as happily enriched with a meaning which got lost over the years. When it comes to using phrases, we have discourses, and the meaning of any discourse is contextual. Clichés don’t work well all the time.
Keywords: context sensitive meaning, phrase vs. enunciation, text vs. discourse, clichés Citeste tot
In any book on Communication we find rules or even maxims, guiding us in being efficient. The idea of this text is that there is no rule in communication. There can be just one acceptable principle and it says: “Be appropriate!”. People have to do what they have to do in different situations, in different contexts, in order to get their intentions through. A good starting point could be the phrase of Ivan Preston: Meanings are in people, not in messages. From there, all one needs is wisdom, and our approach is not more encouraging on defining that then defining appropriateness.
Keywords: appropriateness, wisdom, rules in communication. Citeste tot
Any result of a discursive activity can be analyzed from at least two distinct perspectives: a logical one (aiming to establish the correctness of the thoughts, and the way each thought is related with the next one, in a clear, easy to follow judgement); a semiotic perspective would offer the possibility to understand the way the utterer has used the linguistic material (as signs, in communication), in order to reach the goal s/he is after, taking into account the relations between the signs and their users, as well as the interaction between the participants to the argument. In the present paper, we intend to stress out the logical perspective. Citeste tot
“The unspeakability of nature is the very possibility of language.”
James P. Carse
The act of speech involves the operation of discursive schematisation destined to influence the interlocutor, to make him or her accept and adopt new ideas and attitudes which are programmed by the initiator of the speech act, who wants his or
her interlocutor to act in a certain way. When you speak, you want the other to believe you. In order to believe, one has to understand. So, the speaker should make sure that the hearer has the best of chances to get to the message contained in a speech act.
Head hunters from Western Europe came to lure physicians from Romania to go work in their respective countries. More than 6,000 Romanian physicians accepted the invitation, and are now preparing their departure to France, Great Britain, Germany
and so on. Before that, other head hunters came to lure high school graduate to be in order to make them want to go to college in western universities.
A question arises: how is it possible to have interesting products while everybody seems to deny your quality as an institution? How come much blamed Romanian high schools can produce youngsters that could be interesting for colleges like
those in Oxford, or for universities like the one in Vienna?! Then, how come much blamed Romanian high education in medicine can produce interesting physicians for western countries (at their standards, I mean)?! Citeste tot
It seems that, in more recent years, there have been fewer and fewer cases in which political correctness (with its wooden language) has been accepted and taken seriously. More often than not, wooden language remains an instrument for ironists and is used for satirical purposes.
Therefore, better knowledge of the possibilities of language and good knowledge of the audience are necessary. Only within a context of communication in which both journalists and their readers are smarter than „theirs‟, can wooden language be used for rallying and laughing at dogmatists of any kind. Citeste tot
One of the domains that a PR structure permanently keeps under its observation is human resources management. Just like in the case of other activities within the organisation – management, internal communication, etc. – observation or, better said monitoring the human resources management activity is carried out in order to avoid discursive side-slips, side-slips that can affect, even severely, the relation between the organisation and its various publics. Citeste tot
By the nature of the strategic vision on which the academic construction I belong to is
founded, the person teaching Public Relations is situated somewhere on the border,
between the orientation towards the “privileged” profession – the journalism – and the
orientation towards the profession belonging to the journalists’ incontrovertible partners,
the PR. This strategy allows the graduate choosing a career in the field of journalism to
understand who the privileged partner, the PR person, is, wants and how this one
“operates”; this strategy also provides the person choosing a career in PR with important
knowledge on his/her privileged partner, the journalist. Citeste tot