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Author Neagu, Maria-Ionela editor Editor.

Title Information and Persuasion Studies in Linguistics, Literature, Culture, and Discourse Analysis Maria-Ionela Neagu, Domnita Tomescu [electronic resource]

Published Frankfurt a.M. Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften 2018, c2017

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Edition 1st, New ed.
Physical description 274 p.
Contents Persuasion matters. Maria-Ionela Neagu and Sky Marsen - I. PERSUASION: FROM STRUCTURE TO DISCOURSE - Les verbes persuasifs en roumain. Domnița Tomescu and Monica Busuioc - L'embrayage temporel au niveau de la séquence textuelle et son rôle argumentatif/persuasif. Diana Costea - Approximation as a means of persuasion in Romanian written press. Silvia Krieb Stoian - Consumption and myth in advertising. Loredana Stoica - Classroom code-switching: between information and persuasion. Ioana Jieanu - Conceptualizing emotions: fear, love, anger, and the Holocaust. Maria-Ionela Neagu - Dramaturgies de la persuasion dans le théâtre français des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. Ioana Galleron - Sandra Cisneros and Jhumpa Lahiri in dialogue on culture. Anca Dobrinescu - II. IDEOLOGY: BETWEEN INFORMATION AND PERSUASION/MANIPULATION - Manipulated memory: censuring the Romanian Holocaust under Ceauşescu and its aftermath. Arleen Ionescu - Communist propaganda: representing the Communist activist in the novels published during Ceaușescu's dictatorship. Mihaela-Claudia Trifan - Anne Frank - un symbole du trauma produit par la guerre. Diana Rînciog - Early empowerment and discursive agency: teenage users on the Internet. Raluca Petre - Revealing words in psychotherapy. Anca Spiridon - Manipulating written media consumers. Alexandra Codău
Summary This transdisciplinary study gathers research papers that reveal the multifarious facets of the concept of «persuasion». It is argued that regardless of its degree of intentionality, the act of persuasion underlying each information item prompts the interlocutors to cross the borders of political, historical, linguistic, narrative, psychotherapeutic, and even marketing configurations. The contributors' contention is that political thinking and ideology-grounded linguistic patterns act as a form of social control, both informing and shaping the sense of identity of the manipulated masses and of the oppressed. «Taking a sociolinguistic turn, this volume of interesting scholarly works addresses matters of ideological loadings in a variety of genres, contributing to the development of new research paradigms.» - Bledar Toska, University of Vlora «Ismail Qemali»
History notes Domnita Tomescu is Professor at the Philology Department, Faculty of Letters and Sciences, Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti. She is also a doctoral coordinator at Ovidius University of Constanta, and a researcher at "Iorgu Iordan-Al. Rosetti" Institute of Linguistics, Bucharest. Her major research and teaching interests focus upon Romanian Linguistics. Her publications include conference papers on the morpho-syntactic analysis of grammatical patterns exhibited by the Romanian language, as well as monographs and dictionaries published in collaboration with other reputed researchers. Maria-Ionela Neagu is Associate Professor at the Philology Department of Petroleum-Gas University of Ploiesti and a committed researcher whose major fields of study range from English Linguistics, Critical Discourse Analysis, Argumentation Theory and Cognitive Semantics to Applied Linguistics and ELT Methodology. She has published widely in reputed academic journals and volumes of national and international conferences.
Other author Tomescu, Domnita editor Editor.
Subject LIT004170
ISBN 9783631737439
Standard Number 9783631737439
10.3726/b12282