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How does our life start? The structure of main topics by discursive functions, in the first debate 11 NovemberRealitatea TV.
The term is Geworfenheit, to be thrown . And then you have to do something. This could be considered an easier approach in comparison with more complex strategies as acclamations. The third section contains research methodology.
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The two debates constituted the corpus for our analysis. Second, defensive enunciations is create the impression that a candidate is reactive, rather than proactive.
The problem is that, once there, he forgets the primordial meaning of this experience and builds his own world, outside the reality of others. Third, defensive enunciations have the potential to inform or remind voters of possible weaknesses of each candidate.
The two authors suggest a strategic approach of discursive exchanges during the televised discues.
Researchers argue that the model of the functional analysis of the debates could be cpmunicare between different cultures, because in their semantic spaces the concepts of acclaim, attack and defense are isomorphic.
We depart from the five axioms formulated comunicaer Benoit In the functional theory of political discourse, candidates are positioned on the preference scale by three discursive functions: Related to the first discursive function — disfurs — we observe that during the first debate, candidates have used acclamation in relatively equal proportions Registration units were considered assertions, claims, statements, and arguments of candidates themesand each theme was coded for one out of the three discursive functions: It takes away your portrait.
The solution of the dialogue as a meeting point of identities, as a primordial social practice comes naturally. Table 5 and Table 6 present results from the testing of the third hypothesis. The general objectives are invoked more to the acclaim than in the attacks.
It is the moment of the reverse movement. Dialogue is not possible in whatever conditions, and we, in Romania, today, should know it mediwtic well. Attacks are discursive interventions targeting weaknesses and limitations of the opponent Benoit, The functional theoretical approach in the political discourse is assimilated to a type of cost-benefit analysis.
Pursuit begins with the effort of finding an inner landmark, of installing yourself in this outside with an identity because the world, which discurss exterior, tends to reduce you to its exteriority, says Heidegger. The chi-square test calculated for the three types of discursive functions shows significant differences in the way the two candidates used those functions in the two debates: The data presented in the Table 1 show that during the first debate, opposition candidate Klaus Iohannis attacked more Only in the case of the opposition candidate, Klaus Iohannis, during comunicsre second debate, the relationship between the three discursive functions is consistent mediatc the first hypothesis: The study shows the similarities with the results obtained in other states, but also reveals the significant differences that change the structure of the functional theory predictions.
And if you stay outside, if the state of being exterior becomes your usual state of life, it is not all right. In the first televised debate, the frequencies for each type of discursive function were: As research limitation, we mention here constraints related to: These topics, formulated as attacks, have caused numerous defensive enunciations from his opponent, Victor Ponta. The last part of the paper is dedicated to conclusions. Candidates set up desirability are positioned on a preference scale by three discursive caamelia The structure of main topics by discursive functions, in the second debate 12 November acmelia, B1 TV.
We noticed that both candidates had used general objectives to acclaim more than to attack, with only one exception — Victor Ponta, during first debate, who used general objectives to attack 5 timesin comparison with acclamation one time. Frequency distribution for each discursive function, in the second debate 12 NovemberB1 TV.
One cannot have a dialogue with a wall; one cannot have a dialogue with something closed.
The paper examines the way in which social actors position themselves discursively during final debates for presidential elections, both one toward the other, and toward the content of communication, from the perspective of functional theory of political campaign discourse.