Telecinematic Discourse

Approaches to the language of films and television series

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  • Editors: Roberta Piazza1, Monika Bednarek2, and Fabio Rossi3
  • Format: PDF
  • Publication Year: 2011
  • e-Book ISBN 9789027285157

This cutting-edge collection of articles provides the first organised reflection on the language of films and television series across British, American and Italian cultures. The volume suggests new directions for research and applications, and offers a variety of methodologies and perspectives on the complexities of "telecinematic" discourse – a hitherto virtually unexplored area of investigation in linguistics. <br />The papers share a common vision of the big and small screen: the belief that the discourses of film and television offer a <i>re-presentation </i>of our world. As such, telecinematic texts reorganise and recreate language (together with time and space) in their own way and with respect to specific socio-cultural conventions and media logic. The volume provides a multifaceted, yet coherent insight into the <i>diegetic</i> – as it revolves around narrative – as opposed to <i>mimetic</i> – as referring to other non-narrative and non-fictional genres – discourses of fictional media. The collection will be of interest to researchers, tutors and students in pragmatics, stylistics, discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, communication studies and related fields.

Subjects: Discourse studies; Pragmatics

  • Affiliations: 1: University of Sussex; 2: University of Sydney; 3: University of Messina

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