discoursive


Related to discoursive: discursive, Discourse ethics

discoursive

(dɪsˈkɔːsɪv)
adj
an obsolete word for discursive
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However Malekoff (1997) reminds us that "the impression that the group is being unproductive during periods of nonverbal activity or discoursive detours, for example, is an unfortunate view that robs the members of their humanity and discredits their natural ability to connect without words of the practitioners direction" (p.
If quizzed further about why it is a good place, he may mention some of the factors discussed here, commenting on aspect, distance to homestead or whatever, but he is unlikely previously to have weighed these up in a discoursive manner.
Yet this discoursive practice, distinguishing whether "the folk" are the national majority or an ethnic minority, promotes seeing these various groups as different agents of national state building in Ukraine.
This discoursive integration of Eikhenbaum's individual contribution precludes any attempt at turning his work into a dogma.
To put it differently, the use of these here is not so much emotional as discoursive.
However, in contrast to the Avant-Garde narrative of the so called "85" artistic New-Wave, Lu's artistic practice and thinking, has since its very beginning been marked by "Searching Souls" in Chinese rural tradition and folk art, until the later "Farewell Tradition" which he repeatedly spoke of as a discoursive cornerstone, is seemingly in accordance but actually different from the above stated reconstruction of starting point inside the fashion of Chinese modernist art discourse framework.
This reality is not only discoursive but also material and entails objects used in or determining a situation.
limits of knowing, while keeping the distinctness of denotation, is enabled by the transition of discoursive activity, in the register under question, from intellect to will, and to its accompaniment love, which start to underpin the process of signification according to their own specific rules.
in Discoursive Problem Concerning Prophecies, 1588.
Therefore, fundamental here are the concepts of syntagm (the connections between actions along the discoursive or temporal chain) and of paradigm (the semantic correspondence of actions located at different points along the same chain).
Based on 18 semi-structured interviews with couples, the analysis focuses on couples' private discoursive strategies that reflect and enforce conservative cultural values, interfering with the nurturing father revolution.