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Hypothesis and deduction in the studies of the discourse of advertising

Piotr Cap ; University of Łódź


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str. 41-57

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The paper is an attempt to show that a discourse type can in itself be an
analytic determinant, i.e. that it can effectively dictate methods of investigating
it. This claim is illustrated by a study of the discourse of advertising,
or rather, of how the discourse of advertising motivates an analyst
to adopt a specific track of analysis. In the paper, the discourse of
advertising is shown to possess certain properties which favor a deduction-
based approach to analysis, whereby an analyst is likely to postulate
about a given text’s function a priori, that is before an inquiry into
particular samples of textual data takes place. This approach may lead to
a number of analytic fallacies such as, for instance, underspecification
of data supporting the thesis or illustration of thesis with atypical or
even irrelevant data.

Ključne riječi

discourse analysis; linguistic pragmatics; advertising; linguistic methodology; deduction; ‘top-down’ analysis; induction; ‘bottom-up’ analysis; persuasion; rhetoric

Hrčak ID:

31345

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/31345

Datum izdavanja:

13.12.2002.

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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