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Pragmatic elements in Hungarian radio texts

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Publication: The Proceedings of the International Conference Literature, Discourse and Multicultural Dialogue. Section: Language and Discourse, 4, p. 46-50
ISBN:978-606-93590-3-7
Editors:Iulian Boldea
Publisher:Arhipelag XXI Press
Place:Tîrgu-Mureş
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Abstract:This study is an analysis of texts broadcast by Hungarian radio stations from Romania. Our goal is to approach these textual constructions from the viewpoint of their pragmatic and linguistic features, taking into account, in the same time, the larger, contextual elements. We also include in our investigation another external factor, i.e. the communicator or presenter and the outer conditions of broadcasting, as it has been demonstrated that the lexical and syntactic choices made by the authors of these texts (choice of vocabulary, word order, etc) have direct implications in the generation of direct of implicated meanings, transmitted by such texts.
The analysis upon the editing of audiovisual broadcast texts in the Hungarian media from Romania is based on the research carried out by Sapientia University, Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences from Targu-Mures, the Department of Applied Linguistics. Our research focused on the quality of the Hungarian language that was used in the Hungarian audiovisual media in Romania.
Key words:pragmatic and textual features, linguistic and textual factors, word order, syntactic structure, language of the press
Language: Romanian
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1Luminiţa ChioreanDespre conectorii textuali. Cu referire la adverbEITM, 5, 295-3052013pdf
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264Angela Bidu-Vrănceanu, Cristina Călărașu, Liliana Ionescu-Ruxăndoiu, Mihaela Mancaș, Gabriela Pană DindeleganDicționar de științe ale limbiiEditura Nemira2001; 2005

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