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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Labeling: a textual strategy of meaning construction
Author: Koch, IGV
Abstract: This article concerns the textual strategy of meaning construction named labeling, in which forms and nominal expressions are used as resources of construction and re-construction of speech objects. After defining labeling, the labels are classified into two main groups, the ones that nominate/categorize the content of former or subsequent clauses, and the ones that act on a meta-discursive basis in relation to what has been or will be said. The meta-discursive labels are also discriminated according to the qualification to the communicative act carried out by the characters to which the encapsulated text refers. The textual-discursive functions performed by the labels are also presented: cognitive, textual organization and argumentative orientation functions.
Subject: labeling
speech objects
content labels
meta-discursive labels
multifunctional labels
Country: Brasil
Editor: Editora Unisinos
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2006
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