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Ipostaze ale oralităţii în construcţia titlului jurnalistic

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Publication: Limba română: diacronie și sincronie în studiul limbii române, II, p. 59
Editors:Rodica Zafiu, Adina Dragomirescu, Alexandru Nicolae
Publisher:Editura Universității din București
Place:București
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Abstract:The present paper aims to present and to analyse the main marks of orality used in the writing of journalistic titles, as well as their function in the Romanian and German journalistic communication in Romania.
We start from the finding that there are some elements specific to the oral communication at the level of journalistic title; these marks can reflect features that are inherent in the oral channel or features associated with orality for sociolinguistic reasons (elements classified under the diastratic varieties of the nonstandard Romanian and German – informal, colloquial and slang language).
The authoress proceeds from the following assumptions:
- there are essential (quantitative) differences regarding the presence of orality elements in the journalistic title between the pre- and post-revolutionary period;
- there is a (quantitative and qualitative) typologically relevant difference as regards the presence of orality elements in the journalistic title between the texts written in German, respectively, in Romanian.
The investigation is based on a selective material, extracted from Neuer Weg (NW) / Scânteia (S) (between 1949 - 1989), respectively, Allgemeine Deutsche Zeitung für Rumänien (ADZ) / Adevărul (A) (between 1990 - 2008).
The theoretical framework of the discussion represents the communication theory, bringing together the integrating vision of many approaches to enunciation, namely: dialogue analysis, conversation analysis, discourse analysis.
The concept of spoken language (oral code) or of written language (written code) refers to the way in which a message is produced and transmitted (intention of the locutor, the choice of linguistic elements governed by specific norms), and not its phonic or graphic realization.
The forms which produce an effect of orality can be placed on five linguistic levels: pragmatic- discursive, phonetic, morphological, syntactical and lexical level; the present paper will deal only with pragmatic-discursive marks which suggest evidence of orality in the journalistic title.
Language: Romanian
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