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Bakhtin II

See my previous post for Bakhtin’s first stratification — genre. Additionally, Bakhtin theorizes a second, professional stratification that “is interwoven with this generic stratification of language.”[1] This stratification can, by definition, resonate with or depart from specific genres, therefore enabling … Continue reading

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Bakhtin, CDA, D&G

Fairclough recommends that a critical discourse analysis consider the type or genre of discourse that is being analyzed. Rather than simply relegating the Berk & Associates report to a media or governmental type, it will be more illuminating to first … Continue reading

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