Linguists and social scientists have not yet reached a consensus regarding the universally agreed upon literal or connotative
meanings of Islamophobia as a word, or a concept.
The secondary layer, which handles the connotative
or symbolic level of meaning (Adeyanju, 2011), deals with indirect speech acts- utterances in which one says one thing and means another; or says one thing and means what one says and also means another illocution with a different propositional content (Adegbija, 1982:32).
It is necessary to profoundly grasp the characteristics of the new era, further broaden the horizons, and accelerate the process of transforming the national university from epitaxial development to connotative
With the assistance of denotative and connotative
terminologies, the discussion revolves around the transitivity system.
Denotative words can be substituted with connotative
ones by those who are cognitively refined.
The word good has a rich history and many connotative
meanings that are spread out over a good six pages in the Oxford English Dictionary.
This particular word, too, carried such a connotative
shock to the conscience of some who heard the president use it that it derailed the immigration deal that was under discussion.
meaning of the word 'Protocol' as used by both speakers means an accepted code of behaviour in an organisation.
To study the nuanced biases in narratives, the researchers expanded prior work presented in 2016 on "connotation frames" that give insights into how different verbs can empower or weaken different characters through their connotative
For Hall, making visible the processes through which meaning is produced and transformed--especially in terms of denotative and connotative
functions (3)--allows us to grasp how particular representations come to dominate, and recognize that representation is dependent on circuits of textual production and the exchange of meanings between members of a given culture.
He has been variously labeled in various societies as traitor, patriot, blasphemer, messiah, prophet and more-all connotative
of visions, danger, the extreme, the outre.
As physicians, we require both denotative and connotative
information for practice--that is, we need data and intuition, the science and art.