epidictic


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epidictic

(ˌɛpɪˈdɪktɪk)
adj
(Rhetoric) a variant form of epideictic
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Secondly, I will take a critical look at Nkrumah's epidictic stance as a means of highlighting the major stories and incidents behind Ghana's independence struggle.
In conclusion, I ask what effects are produced in the interaction between autobiography, this literary and epidictic narrative genre and advertising's audiovisual semiotic system--at its roots a fundamentally persuasive system?
If we intended to characterize the representation collective that the epidictic discourse of the global society has contributed to form to beginnings of the third millennium in Latin America, we should indicate, at least, that in the political area is expressed arguing in favor of the democratic systems and non intervention of the forms of government; in the economic area, basing the relevancy of the free market systems; and in what is social, justifying the polarization and exclusion of important sectors of the population.