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" The linguistic significance of a given utterance is understood against the background of language, while its actual meaning is understood against the background of other concrete utterances on the same theme, a background made up of contradictory opinions,... "
Playing with Power in Movies, Television, and Video Games: From Muppet ... - Sivu 2
tekijä(t) Marsha Kinder - 1991 - 277 sivua
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Interpreting Films: Studies in the Historical Reception of American Cinema

Janet Staiger - 1992 - 274 sivua
...utterances to very specific moments. The linguistic significance of a given utterance [for a listener] is understood against the background of language,...of contradictory opinions, points of view and value judgments—that is, precisely that background that, as we see, complicates the path of any word toward...
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Competing and Consensual Voices: The Theory and Practice of Argument

Patrick J. M. Costello, Sally Mitchell - 1995 - 225 sivua
...a dialogic view of language (as it does the personal identity project). Bakhtin (1981: 281) writes: actual meaning is understood against the background...of contradictory opinions, points of view and value judgements - that is precisely that background that, as we see, complicates the path of any word towards...
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The Political Films of Andrzej Wajda: Dialogism in Man of Marble, Man of ...

Janina Falkowska - 1996 - 196 sivua
...dialogized and pulsating with rich, contradictory lives. Bakhtin postulates in The Dialogic Imagination, "The linguistic significance of a given utterance...language, while its actual meaning is understood against other concrete utterances on the same theme, a background made up of contradictory opinions, points...
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Introducing Bakhtin

Sue Vice - 1997 - 240 sivua
...different sense of inevitability (Norman will have her wrath wreaked upon him). As Bakhtin puts it, ‘The linguistic significance of a given utterance is understood [...] against the background of other concrete utterances on the same theme, a background made up of contradictory opinions, points...
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Journeys of Fear: Refugee Return and National Transformation in Guatemala

Liisa North, Alan Simmons - 1999 - 337 sivua
...victim status. In each case, the women's discourse was produced "in a dialogue" that gains meaning "understood against the background of other concrete...contradictory opinions, points of view and value judgments" (Bakhtin 1981, 279, 281). The dialogue in this case included, but was not exclusive to, the conversation...
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The Routledge Language and Cultural Theory Reader

Lucy Burke, Tony Crowley - 2000 - 511 sivua
...that is, it is an understanding of an utterance's neutral sign ification and not its actual meaning. The linguistic significance of a given utterance is...contradictory opinions, points of view and value judgments — that is, precisely that background that, as we see, complicates the path of any word toward its...
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Something Completely Different: British Television and American Culture

Jeffrey S. Miller - 2000 - 250 sivua
...Bakhtin. Although language may help determine the meaning of a given "utterance," Bakhtin suggests, the actual meaning is "understood against the background...contradictory opinions, points of view, and value judgments—that is, precisely that background that, as we see, complicates the path of any word toward...
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Something Completely Different: British Television and American Culture

Jeffrey S. Miller - 2000 - 250 sivua
...Although language may help determine the meaning of a given “utterance,” Bakhtin suggests, the actual meaning is “understood against the background...contradictory opinions, points of view, and value judgments—that is, precisely that background that, as we see, cornplicates the path of any word toward...
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English Teachers at Work: Narratives, Counter Narratives and Arguments

Brenton Doecke, David Homer, Helen Nixon - 2003 - 359 sivua
...these four students spoke and wrote their way into English teaching. Their conversations took place 'against the background of other concrete utterances...of contradictory opinions, points of view and value judgements' that 'complicates the path of any word towards its object' (Bakhtin 1981: 281). What they...
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Surrealism and Architecture

Thomas Mical - 2005 - 362 sivua
...atmosphere of the word, the atmosphere that surrounds the object, makes the facets of the image sparkle... The linguistic significance of a given utterance is...contradictory opinions, points of view and value judgments - that is, precisely that background that, as we see, complicates the path of any word toward its object....
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