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|Title:||NEWSPAPER NARRATIVE AS COMMUNICATIVE ACTION: NEOGRICE APPROACH|
|Authors:||Milostivaya, A. I.|
Милостивая, А. И.
|Keywords:||M (Manner)-principle;Communicative strategy;Newspaper narrative;Neogricianism;Q (Quantity)-principle;I (Informational value)-principle|
|Citation:||Milostivaya, AI. NEWSPAPER NARRATIVE AS COMMUNICATIVE ACTION: NEOGRICE APPROACH // SOCIAL AND CULTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF MODERN GLOBALISM (SCTCGM 2018). - 2019. - Серия книг: European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences. - Том: 58. - Стр.: 1032-1041|
|Series/Report no.:||SOCIAL AND CULTURAL TRANSFORMATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF MODERN GLOBALISM (SCTCGM 2018)|
|Abstract:||The article proposes a comprehensive multidimensional interpretation of the ontological status of a journalistic newspaper narrative within an alternative to the Cooperative Grice Principle spread in traditional pragmalinguistics, which is included in the theoretical and methodological toolkit of modern theory of speech activity called neogricianism. The focus of the research interest of the author of this article includes Levinson's maxims, since on the one hand, they are focused on the multi-subject nature of verbal communicative action, and, on the other hand, they represent an economical coding model not only of oral but also written communication, while Grice's maxims are traditionally applied to the analysis of oral dialogue. As an empirical material, the narrative "Surrogate alcohol poisoning in Siberia" was used from German newspapers ("Suddeyche Zeitung", "Zeit", "Frankfurter Rundschau") and the Russian mass media (Izvestia, Trud, and Novaya Gazeta). The analysis of communicative actions in the newspaper narrative from the perspective of non-theologians suggests a conclusion about the relevance of the Q-principle, I-principle and M-principle as its transcendental basis, which is based on the interaction and self-organization in communicative pairs "author of the text (narrator) - reader", "the author of the text (narrator) is the described character" and "the described character is a reader"|
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