Sredstva harmonizacije v religioznem diskurzu

  • Irina Ščukina Permskij gosudarstvennyi universitet, Filologičeskij fakultet
Ključne besede: diskurz, religiozni množični mediji, virtualne pridige, verbalna in neverbalna sredstva harmonizacije

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Means of harmonization of religious discourse are considered by studying communicational behaviour (verbal and nonverbal) between the religion institution and believers. The following factors defining specificity of realization of harmonization in Orthodox and other religious texts are taken into account: the communication channel between the author and the reader, a defining speech genre, the command of language (communication code), and extra-linguistic factors. It is shown that sharing the general social, historical and national experience, as well as a lexical overlapping of actors on both sides of the communication channel are the deciding elements of the harmonization process. The analysis also shows that usage of rational argumentation is more likely to lead to harmonisation in comparison to other rhetoric tools (i. e. affective ones or story-telling). Rational and unemotional sermonic discourse is perceived as a sign of respect (namely, for the listener's intelligence). Another successful and much-applied way seems to be evoking a feeling of equality, unity and/or identity between clerics and their flocks.

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Irina Ščukina, Permskij gosudarstvennyi universitet, Filologičeskij fakultet
Irina Ščukina je diplomirala na katedri za ruski jezik Permske državne univerze (Rusija) in leta 1998 doktorirala iz filoloških znanosti z disertacijo Jezik na sceni v aspektu scenske norme. Dela na katedri ruskega jezika in stilistike na prej omenjeni univerzi. Je avtorica šestih knjig, med njimi dveh metodičnih priročnikov, zadnja je Jezikovna slika sveta: na poti k harmoniji. Prispevki o medkulturni komunikaciji (v ruščini), 2010.
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2012-12-14
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Ščukina, I. (2012). Sredstva harmonizacije v religioznem diskurzu. Ars & Humanitas, 6(2), 167-180. https://doi.org/10.4312/ars.6.2.167-180