discoursive

Related to discoursive: discursive, Discourse ethics

discoursive

(dɪsˈkɔːsɪv)
adj
an obsolete word for discursive
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There are two main domains in which the comment and the news corpora differ: the presence of several instances of offensive speech among the Hungarian keyword comments, which can be regarded as a general discoursive feature, and the presence of keywords related to religion, specifically Islam.
The conceptual perspective and methodology lay the groundwork for a discoursive study of the EUGS and an empirical look at the EU's security policies in the eastern neighbourhood.
A common claim in much of the existing social constructivist literature is that one of the ways in which ideas and interests may change is through successfully (re)framing an issue in persuasive ways (in Hein, Bartsch, and Kohlmorgen's terminology, this relates to the "discoursive interface" (14)).
El analisis del corpus periodistico expuesto con anterioridad, si bien se ajusta a una orientacion inicial de base normativa, adopta una metodologia descriptiva y funcionalista, pues, como senala Hurtado (2003: 10), la perspectiva exclusivamente normativista "puede desvirtuar la descripcion gramatical o lexica del registro periodistico", por lo que se requiere un procedimiento "que intente deducir del analisis de los textos periodisticos una serie de rasgos capaces de definir este uso particular de la lengua" sobre todo, porque, como indica Fowler (1991), la escritura periodistica constituye un discurso que "is socially and institutionally originating ideology" (42), hasta el punto de que "the newspapers an its readers share a common 'discoursive competence'" (44).