Text Linguistics in the Context of the Communication Sciences

Author:Silviu Serban, Cristian Scarlat
Position:1Spiru Haret University of Bucharest, Faculty of Journalism, Communication and Public
Pages:534-538
 
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Text Linguistics in
1
Spiru Haret University of B
Rela
2
Spiru Haret
University of B
Rel
Abstract
: This paper tries to ana
of the preoccupation s
in its dom
the text in abstracto
, just the mes
transmitter and the receiver.
Keywords
: models of communic
The approaches developped
in t
transition from simplistic underst
involved, to some more comple
elements of communication. Insid
of interest from the "sending
me
preoccupations of
the relations
interdisciplinary study of
comm
linguistics is one of the effect-
sub
appro
ach of the text, that is speci
component parts, to the semiotic
a process, including the act of p
placed on the same direction trace
John Fiske appreciates that ther
understands communicat
ion as a
semiotic perspective and takes int
2)
While the “process” school
encodes, respectively decodes, th
es and Perspectives
s in the Context of the Communication
Silviu Şerban
1
, Cristina Scarlat
2
f Bucharest, Faculty of Journalism, Communica
elations,
silviuserban2000@yahoo.co.uk
of Bucharest, Faculty of Journalism, Communic
Relations, christinascarlat@yahoo.com
nalyse the conditions of emerging of text linguistics, taking in
omain, originated in the framework of the communication stu
cation, from the mechanistic transmission to interactivity a
ic orientation of the lin
guistic researches, not just to the mess
e act and to the con text where the exchange of the meanings
t as communicational occurrence, involving
both the membe
uction and the reception of the message, unlike conventional
essage
itself, ignoring the world that th e text refers
to, or the
nication
; theories of communication; text; textuality;
semiotics
n the studies relating to the act of communicatio
erstanding of it, focused on the complete determina
plex theories which tend to emphasize the intera
side
of this change of accent takes place also
a mo
messages
" to "exchange of meanings
". The placem
onship between
transmitter, receiver and
messa
munication
in which semiotics occupies a
signifi
subjects of the change
forementioned.
The transition
ecific to conventional linguistics,
after which the te
ic perspective in which the text is seen not only as a
f producing by t
he transmitter and that of receptio
aced by the models and theories of communication.
here are two major schools in the study of comm
s a process of transmitting messages and other th
into account the production and exchange of meani
ol focuses on some topics like how the transmit
the way in which the transmitter uses the channel o
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on Sciences
nication and Public
nication and Public
into consideration the roots
studies. Thus, th e change of
y and the exchange of the
essage itself, but also to t he
ngs takes p lace. As a result,
bers of the communication
nal linguistics which
studies
he u
sers of the message, the
tics
tion involve a gradual
ination of the elements
eraction bet
ween these
movement of
the center
cement in the center of
ssage
determined the
ificant position. Text
tion from the analytical
e text is reducible to its
as a product, but also as
tion by the receiver, is
on.
mmunication, one that
that defines it from a
anings.
(Fiske, 1990, p.
itter and the receiver
l of communication, or

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