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‘The Political Bestiary’. The Level of Discursive Practices in the Opinion Editorial

Publication: Journal of Romanian Literary Studies, 2, p. 97-112
Publisher:Arhipelag XXI Press
Abstract:The contribution of our article entitled 'The Political Bestiary’ consists in applying rhetoric notions to journalistic discourse – a controversial domain, especially in Romania, and mainly focused on the production of journalistic text rather than on deep analysis. The considerations regarding the discursive architecture as developed from Classical Rhetoric and discursive Ethos (applied to opinion-based journalistic discourse) - are all focused on the writing of Cristian Tudor Popescu and aim to maintain the interest for reading among the everyday individual. The extra-discursive Ethos gives value to the fame and authority of this critical voice of Romanian media. As a leader of opinion, he influences the reading and offers an ideatic plan to his own opinion on the events.
Language: English

Citations to this publication: 0

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