SOCIO CULTURAL AND IDENTITY PATTERNS IN STEFAN AGOPIAN’S JOURNALISTIC WORK

Posted On Jul 27 2012 by

Permanently in search for some solid basis for the development of a socio-cultural and why not of literary awareness within the community, characterized by tension, the negotiation of identity and the sense of belonging are only partially solved and only at the discourse level through a periodical reconstruction of the identity image. At the same time, living within oneself, with oneself and with others represents a neuralgic aspect of the contemporary individual. Stefan Agopian’s journalistic work places itself within the society, this leading us to the idea that its statements are expressed with the help of being attributed to a …


VALUES AND VALUING OF INDIVIDUAL LIFE IN JOURNALISTIC DISCOURSE PERTAINING TO THE EUROPEAN UNION (ON THE BASIS OF SELECTED ARTICLES FROM THE BRITISH PRESS 2007–2008)

Posted On Oct 17 2011 by

The focus of this paper will concentrate on the discursive construction of personal identities through the participation of communicating individuals in interpersonal communication. Journalistic discourse, defined in terms of types of texts and text-processing activities embedded into social roles of communication participants and their culture, has been taken as the domain of research. Investigative perspective, namely, axiology, will be presented as a discipline being involved in searching for the essence of values. Having appealed to the value-related concepts of sign and meaning in general, the axiosemiotic approach will be applied to the objects belonging to the domain of journalistic study. …


VALUES AND VALUING OF INDIVIDUAL LIFE IN JOURNALISTIC DISCOURSE PERTAINING TO THE EUROPEAN UNION (ON THE BASIS OF SELECTED ARTICLES FROM THE BRITISH PRESS 2007–2008)

Posted On Oct 14 2011 by

The focus of this paper will concentrate on the discursive construction of personal identities through the participation of communicating individuals in interpersonal communication. Journalistic discourse, defined in terms of types of texts and text-processing activities embedded into social roles of communication participants and their culture, has been taken as the domain of research. Investigative perspective, namely, axiology, will be presented as a discipline being involved in searching for the essence of values. Having appealed to the value-related concepts of sign and meaning in general, the axiosemiotic approach will be applied to the objects belonging to the domain of journalistic study. …