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Dialogism in international communication texts: from the perspective of public diplomacy

In the new dimension of public diplomacy, the core of international communication texts is a cross-cultural dialogue between domestic communicators and overseas receivers. With Bakhtin's theory as a guideline and dialogism in texts as a breakthrough, this thesis analyzes the monologues and monophony... Full description

Journal Title: Cross-Cultural Communication April 30, 2013, Vol.9(2), p.5
Main Author: Guo, Mei
Other Authors: Hu, Wenhua
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Language: English
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Quelle: Cengage Learning, Inc.
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ispartof: Cross-Cultural Communication, April 30, 2013, Vol.9(2), p.5
description: In the new dimension of public diplomacy, the core of international communication texts is a cross-cultural dialogue between domestic communicators and overseas receivers. With Bakhtin's theory as a guideline and dialogism in texts as a breakthrough, this thesis analyzes the monologues and monophony in Chinese international communication texts, explores the linguistic approaches producing dialogism and presents a strategy on building the dialogism in international communication texts. Key words: Public diplomacy; International communication texts; Dialogism
language: English
source: Cengage Learning, Inc.
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