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„Limbajul guvernanţilor” înainte şi după 1989

Publication: Limba română, LXII (1), Section Lexicologie, p. 71-87
Publisher:Editura Academiei
Abstract:In the communist period, when the official language had to be adopted by the entire population, there also existed a language of the ruled, one that had a clandestine circulation and made use of nicknames, ironical lexical creations, and jokes. In the post totalitarian political language, the language of the ruled has nowadays become official, being spread by the mass media. The multitude of patterns of expression is varied, ranging from nicknames, ironical and deprecatory lexical creations to slogans and overtly violent language.
Key words:
  • guvernanţi, guvernaţi, limbaj politic, limbaj posttotalitar, limbaj totalitar
  • political language, totalitarian language, post-totalitarian language, ruled, rulers
Language: Romanian

Citations to this publication: 1

References in this publication: 2

46Rodica ZafiuLimbaj şi politicăEditura Universităţii2007
58Liliana Ionescu-RuxăndoiuLimbaj și comunicare
Elemente de pragmatică lingvistică
All Educational2003

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