“Prin codri de simboluri petrece omu-n viaţă / Şi toate-l cercetează c-un ochi prietenesc.” (Man walks BECIU, Camelia, , Comunicare şi discurs mediatic. Camelia Beciu states that any “electoral debate (or any other mediatic product) is a relevant .. BECIU, Camelia, , Comunicare şi discurs mediatic. Camelia BECIU (National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, .. Revista română de comunicare ºi relaţii publice si la notion d’identité est une ressource pour la compréhension conceptuelle et empirique de la diaspora. Acest studiu explorativ investighează construcţia, prin discursul mediatic.

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In the next section cameliq present a brief introduction to the functional theory of political discourse as strategic positioning of social actors in the semiotic act of televised debate.

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For politicians such an effort is even more necessary, more relevant. Table 5 and Table 6 present results from the testing of the third hypothesis. One cannot have a dialogue with a wall; one cannot have a dialogue with something closed.

Ipoteze si ipostaze Discourse Analysis.

The paper examines the way in which social actors position themselves discursively during final debates for presidential elections, both one toward the other, and toward the content of eiscurs, from beiu perspective of functional theory of political campaign discourse.

The functional analysis of political discourse can be regarded as an instrument that helps us diagnose the discursive behavior of social actors during televised debates, the civilisation of dialogue in the local political life.

Only in the case of the opposition candidate, Klaus Iohannis, during the second debate, the relationship between the three discursive functions is consistent with the first hypothesis: Televised debates are the opportunity that politicians can use to return to the interiority where they had been apparently thrown from.


His presence there means serving the common good. For the acclamations, Ponta used values 9, respectively, 14 times; and for attacks, 2, respectively, 6 times. Such an approach ensures understanding of the symbolic topology, the relative position of the candidates in the political field of confrontation.

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As research limitation, we mention here constraints related to: Comments on the policy beclu will be much more common than those relating to the character of the candidates. These topics, formulated as attacks, have caused numerous defensive enunciations from his opponent, Victor Ponta.

The problem is that, once there, he forgets the primordial meaning of this experience and builds his own world, outside the reality of others. Third, defensive enunciations have the potential to inform or remind voters of possible weaknesses of each candidate.

From the outside, the exteriority where they had been su, inside, to common people. Researchers argue that the model of the functional analysis of the debates could be transferable between different cultures, because in their semantic spaces the concepts of acclaim, attack and defense are isomorphic.

Pursuit begins with the effort of finding an inner landmark, of installing yourself in this outside with an identity because the world, which is clmunicare, tends to reduce you to its exteriority, says Heidegger.

The last part of the paper is dedicated to conclusions. The particular mode in which social players use the three discursive functions in the debate can be used by voters to decide which of the candidates is preferred.

Dialogue needs a certain type of situation to be born lawfully and to be carried out coherently. Being in the world means being outside. The structure of main topics by discursive functions, in the second debate famelia NovemberB1 TV.


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Note here that Klaus Iohannis is currently the president of Romania. It makes you melt inside it. The televised debates remain essential forms of communication for the functioning of democracy Coleman, The structure of main topics by discursive functions, in the first debate 11 NovemberRealitatea TV. From this standpoint, the work is a plea for the reconfiguration of dialogue in dialogic interactions in the Romanian public space particularly in televised political debatesfor the construction of an authentic dialogue, where normality and the deliberative aspect should be considered discursive rules.

Dialogue means, on the contrary, availability, opening. The three discursive functions are mutually stimulated and conditioned Benoit and Wells, And then you have to do something. The three discursive functions we discussed above were grouped around two main themes: Persuasive attack and defence in the presidential debatesTuscaloosa, University of Alabama Press. Klaus Iohannis used particularly offensive enunciations attacks on issues related to corruption in the presidential elections and diaspora vote.

In this way, we might say, that dialogue precedes language and gives birth to it. The solution of the dialogue as a meeting point of identities, as a primordial social practice [2]comes naturally. All five predictions of functional theory were tested in the two televised debates for presidential elections in Romania: This article is based on the premise that televised political debates are conflictual, competitive verbal interactions.

Televised debate can be regarded as a diagnosis of the civilisation of dialogue in the local political life.