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Year
2007
Issue
2
Pages
43-52
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Section History & Philology
Title Argumentative discourse's methodology
Author(-s) Kasiyanova Yu.I.
Abstract The article deals with some points of argumentative discourse. It discusses discourse's methodology, specific language signals which help us to analyze the process of communication.
Keywords аргументативный дискурс , семиотическая позиция , ментально-акциональный компонент , прагмадиалектика , аргументативное общение
UDC 81'42
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