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|Title:||Mikhail Bakhtin狂歡節概念的民主化意涵： 從批判取向論述分析的理論困境談起|
|Other Titles:||Democratization Implication in Mikhail Bakhtin’s Concept of Carnival: Reflections on the Theoretical Dilemma of Critically Oriented Discourse Analysis|
Bakhtin;carnival;critically oriented discourse analysis;democratization;form of language;re-signification
|Issue Date:||2016-09-09 13:55:25 (UTC+8)|
This paper aims to interpret the implication of democratization in Mikhail Bakhtin’s concept of carnival by reflecting upon the theoretical dilemma of “critically oriented discourse analysis” (CODA). The study found that Bakhtin attempted to proceed with “bottom-up” philosophy of language to address the dialectical relationship between linguistic and socio-political systems. Meanwhile, Bakhtin tried to deploy the specific “forms of language,” such as “differentiation” and “articulation,” to mobilize the deconstruction and reconstruction of meanings via the dialogic tension and antagonism. Based on the research findings, the paper concluded that Bakhtin’s concept of carnival not only illustrates how democratization functions onto language and text, but also it supplies with sufficient resources to overcome the theoretical dilemma of CODA.
|Relation:||新聞學研究, 108, 183-223|
Mass Communication Research
|Appears in Collections:||[Mass Communication Research] Articles|
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