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Title: Po co komu negacja? : ideologiczne aspekty negacji w wiadomościach telewizyjnych
Authors: Łyda, Andrzej
Warchał, Krystyna
Keywords: negation; ideological nature of negation; language in the mass media; language in the television news; linguistic corpus analysis; linguistic mechanisms of negation
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Citation: M. Kita, M. Ślawska (red.), "Transdyscyplinarność badań nad komunikacją medialną. T. 1, Stan wiedzy i postulaty badawcze" (S. 210-224). Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Abstract: The authors notice that negation is more frequent in spoken language than in news and spoken English (dialogue), and that the number of verbal interaction users influences the number of negation used. Utterances characterized by a high level of spontaneity include more occurrences of negation than those prepared beforehand. The authors made an attempt to define if any qualitative and functional differences within the same utterance genre, namely television news, can be found between Polish and English, and if making negations can have ideological implications. The phenomenon of negation seems to constitute a perfect tool for polarizing a positively-marked description of “us”, and a negatively-organized description of “them”. The opinions are directly conveyed with the use of a given system of the receiver opinion who in order to accept the legitimacy of statements, their relevance and coherence, has to make an effort to imagine an alternative vision of the world, projected by the news senders. In this way, negation inscribes into the mechanisms of ideology.
ISBN: 9788322620670
Appears in Collections:Książki/rozdziały (W.Hum.)

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