“Friends” and “Foes”:
Markers of a Reference Group in Political Discourse




For citation:

Novikova-Grund M.V. “Friends” and “Foes”:Markers of a Reference Group in Political Discourse . – Polis. Political Studies. 2000. No 4. P. 82 (In Russ.)



Abstract
The article offers semiotic approach to the cultural-political situation in modern Russia. With amplified conception of text, it becomes possible to analyze current events of political life applying communication theory methods, psycho-linguistic approaches, and it proves feasible to make use of certain elements of the systemic method of working with text - method which characteristic of scientific study of literature and which is generally applied, as a rule, to fiction, to belles-lettres, and not to heterogeneous political discourses.

Content No 4, 2000

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