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Intertextuality, Dialogism and the Social Construction of Journalistic Discourse

Publication: Studia Universitatis Petru Maior. Philologia, 15, p. 126
Publisher:Universitatea Petru Maior
Place:Târgu Mureș
Abstract:Newspaper texts are informative, factitive, persuasive or seductive textual patterns, which become cardinal considering the fact that their message to the recipients may mark - from a decisional point of view - the evolution of social, economic or political aspects. Media has the capacity of both creating an event and introducing an actuality that is characteristic to media discourse, which parallels the objective reality of the day-to-day event.
This study attempts at revealing theoretical and methodological frames that allow us to emphasize features of the identity of a mold that is taking shape and gaining more and more authoritative conceptual linguistic landscape. To fully understand the undeniable effectiveness of the journalistic discourse, the relevance of language tools in the media must be noted which has become a means of synthesis, reflection and more or less sequential interpretation of the reality. The heteroglossic and dialogic approach helps us show how any meaning of the text appears in a social context that would have created a number of alternative contradictory meanings, and meaning and social significance arising from the convergent or divergent relations is found with those alternative meanings.
Key words:dialogism, discourse, heteroglossia, journalism, polyphony
Language: English

Citations to this publication: 1

References in this publication: 2

45Maria Cvasnîi CătănescuRetorică publicistică
De la paratext la text
Editura Universității din București2006
82Daniela Rovența-FrumușaniAnaliza discursului
Ipoteze și ipostaze
Editura Tritonic2004, 2005

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