• Couverture The linguistic bases of propaganda during the stalinist era in Poland

THE LINGUISTIC BASES OF PROPAGANDA DURING THE STALINIST ERA IN POLAND

Pawel Nowak

Aspects linguistiques du texte de propagande
Date de publication : janvier 2006
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Linguistic communication, usually understood as transfer of information or
as a linguistic contact between people, is a very vague and broad concept, as it
includes verbal actions, of various scopes, characterized by a variety of
purposes or intentions. One of the major communicative effects, especially in
mass communication, is the influence exerted on the receiver of the message. Of
the three types of reactions of the receiver, which stem from the latter's
understanding and interpreting the text being transmitted, i.e. the verbal, nonverbal
and mental reaction, it is the mental reaction that is the most important in
controlling the masses. The reaction consists in temporary or permanent
changes in the consciousness of the receivers, in shaping novel and augmenting
the existing attitudes and views in accordance with the views and judgments of
the sender of a given text. It is precisely a change

     
  • ISBN : 2-296-00007-X • janvier 2006 • 12 pages
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