dramatism


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dramatism

n. dramatismo, conducta espectacular y lenguaje dramatizado manifestados en ciertos trastornos mentales.
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Now, it again enlightens Chicago with its wonderful melodies and extreme dramatism. Sung in Italian with projected English titles by Francis Rizzo, this production features unique scenery constructed and painted by Cardiff Theatrical Services from Wales, United Kingdom.
For his analysis, he employs dramatism, a rhetorical criticism, which analyzes terms and their frequency in discourses to probe human relationships and motives.
KB+TP will be useful in advanced communication and rhetoric courses covering dramatism, posthumanism, or the rhetoric of science and technology, and individual chapters would be ideal for undergraduate courses interested in delving deeper into Burkean ideas and how they apply practically to society.
It is noteworthy that Goffman's sociological theory of "dramaturgy" was influenced by the "dramatism" of Kenneth Burke, a Shakespearean scholar.
Crable (2000) troubles this reading by explaining that Burke's application of the concept of representative anecdote "does work" by articulating dramatism as a preferable view of interactions (318).
In fact, the level of dramatism and clear departure from reality actually lead to discovery of the falsification.
This reading of the novel is best explained by Burke's idea of the "drama of human relations." Burke's "dramatism" uses the dramatic form as a way of approaching analysis and meta-analysis of events.
The result is a parody of the language and dramatism of erotic romance fiction and it produces a love story turned upside down in which the idealism of love becomes conflated with cliches, robots, and absurdity.
The dramatism used in television before some events in which are involved mentally ills feed s superficial messages.
There have been no record of losses incurred on account of the Greek crisis, so there should be no excessive dramatism on the topic.
These will be explored through the following research methods and modes of analysis: case study design, dramatism, narrative interviews, and thematic analysis.
For Halton, in failing to make this connection, Goffman's "dramatism not only narrows the range of the dramatic, but is prejudiced by a shallow sociological anti-naturalism that misses the deep sources of the dramatic in conduct" (39).