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Manual of Romance Languages in the Media

Ed. by Bedijs, Kristina / Maaß, Christiane

Series:Manuals of Romance Linguistics 23

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September 2017
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2017
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978-3-11-031475-5
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3. Text Linguistic Approaches II: Textuality of Online Media

Rentel, Nadine

Abstract

In the present article, we describe how the methodological framework of text linguistics can be applied to the analysis of multimodal texts in the media. The first part of the article consists in describing the general research framework of the subject. After the discussion of key concepts and definitions concerning text linguistic approaches in the domain of the description and analysis of texts in the media, we will refer to the most relevant theories and models, highlighting the cross-references between general studies and those dedicated to Romance languages. The accent will then be put on research that focuses on various texts in French and Italian. In addition, we will have a closer look at the linguistic corpora on which the studies are based. To close this main part of the article, we will refer to the most relevant research results that have been obtained by basing the analyses on a text linguistic model. The article closes with a short summary and an outlook on new research perspectives.

Citation Information

Nadine Rentel (2017). 3. Text Linguistic Approaches II: Textuality of Online Media. In Kristina Bedijs, Christiane Maaß (Eds.), Manual of Romance Languages in the Media (pp. 54–72). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110314755-004

Book DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110314755

Online ISBN: 9783110314755

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