КОМУНІКАТИВНІ СТРАТЕГІЇ АВТОРА В П’ЄСАХ НЕДИ НЕЖДАНОЇ
AbstractThe article analyzes interpretation of communicative strategy and tactics from different linguistic aspects; a classification of communicative strategies according to different criteria is given; author’s communicative strategies and tactics were revealed in the dramatic discourse of Neda Nezhdana, their pragmatic significance was clarified.Classification of general strategies by O. Issers, based on the degree of «globalization» of intentions, characterizes the typology of communicative strategies of a playwright within the framework of external communication, and is itself a division into basic and auxiliary (pragmatic, dialogue and rhetorical). The main strategy is the most significant and is related to the influence on an addressee, the auxiliary one is conditioned by the situation, control over the flow of communication and attracting the attention of an addressee. Within the framework of the paratext components of contemporary drama a playwright implements the main communicative strategy of suggestion and auxiliary pragmatic (formation of emotional mood, formation of aesthetic attention, self-presentation), dialogue (control of the theme and initiative) and rhetorical (drawing attention) strategies, using tactics of contributing to the fact, intrigue, reference to authority, pathetization, shock, creation of contradictions, author’s authority, going beyond the canon, forecasting, intimization, involvement in a dramatic action, for playingIn the context of external communication Neda Nezhdana uses tactics that help the potential reader to further decode author’s design, while at the same time intrigues him or her by creating an information vacuum or a broad associative spectrum in paratext elements.
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Корольова, В. (1). КОМУНІКАТИВНІ СТРАТЕГІЇ АВТОРА В П’ЄСАХ НЕДИ НЕЖДАНОЇ. Journal “Ukrainian sense”, (1). Retrieved from https://ukrsense.dp.ua/index.php/USENSE/article/view/229