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The basics of determining the speech of national traditions in literature

[Les bases de la détermination du discours des traditions nationales dans la littérature]

Eleonora Seisenbiyeva – Bibizhan Begmanova – Zhanar Aitova – Kuraly Tulebayeva – Kanipash Madibayeva

DOI: 10.18355/XL.2022.15.04.03

This article is dedicated to the study of the communicative organization of the French artistic dialogical discourse, with the aim of analyzing the structural and semantic components of this type of discourse, as well as the factors that determine their choice and interactions under conditions of concrete achievement. The object of the present study is the communicative structure of the dialogical texts of French prose of the end of the 20th and the beginning of the 21st century: its typology, its constitutive elements, as well as the factors which determine the choice and the combination of the replies. in the process of dialogical communication.
This study lies in the further development of the issues and methods of general linguistics, the theory of dialogic speech as a type of discourse, the theory of dialogue, text and the theory of vocal communication. It reflects scientific ideas about the specificity of dialogue in the work of art, its functions and types. The study of the diversity of the speech behavior of the participants in the dialogue is significant for the study of the text and the characters of the work of art as linguistic personalities.
The communicative organization of dialogue analyzed in this research and the findings of the study can serve as a basis for further study of the communicative characteristics of dialogue. The results obtained can be used in practical communication courses, theoretical courses and seminars on text linguistics and stylistics, as well as in various specialized courses on discourse analysis and discursive linguistics.

Key words: dialogue, discourse, communication, determinant

Pages: 28-37

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