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Lexical interferences between journalistic and political language in post-1989 Romania

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Publication: Language and Literature – European Landmarks of Identity, 8, p. 127-134
p-ISSN:1843-1577
Publisher:Universitatea din Pitești
Place:Pitești
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Abstract:The results of the events that took place in December 1989, freedom of speech and the democratic political system have had multiple effects on public communication. As a result, out of the manifestations of mediatised political discourse, the vocabulary has undergone radical transformations, being invaded, among other things, by new forms, which represent different realities. These new forms are heavily broadcast owing to the importance that language users assign to the mass media.
Key words:politics, journalism, language
Language: English
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