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Title: Relative function in space of discourse in interaction
Authors: Kita, Małgorzata
Keywords: Język angielski studia i nauczanie; Języki obce używanie
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego
Citation: M. Wysocka, B. Leszkiewicz (red.), "On language structure, acquisition and teaching : studies in honour of Janusz Arabski on the occasion of his 70th birthday" (S.63-70). Katowice : Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego.
Abstract: The structuralist tradition used to give primacy to the interest of language system — abstract and decontextualized one, however in the work by de Saussure, fundamental for this theoretical-ideological-methodological orientation, one may observe a perception of social nature of language (as well as — what is important for an issue interesting for us — a rank of oral form of language existence). Only the intellectual climate of the end of the 60s of the last century in the United States — appearance and development of pragmatic linguistics and sociolinguistics, or these linguistic domains, which may be defined as integrationalist — directed linguistics to speaking, operating language, communicating in a situation. Such a way of understanding and practising linguistics quickly reached Europe, reached Poland. Its motto could be Roman Jakobson’s point of view expressed just in 1952: “Je pense que la réalité fondamentale á laquelle le linguiste a affaire, c’est l’interlocution — l’échange des messages entre émetteur et receveur, destinateur et destinataire, encodeur et decodeur” (JAKOBSON, 1963: 32).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/4373
ISBN: 9788322618530
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