Juridinė retorika: modernieji komparatyvistikos aspektai.
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Juridical rhetoric is an interdisciplinary discipline, that appeals on practical methodological achievements of communication, psycholinguistics, hermeneutics, semiotics and of other disciplines. The researched problem of the article is the application of modern comparativistic methodologies in some particular types of juridical discourse. The aim of this research is to enrich the expression of juridical rhetoric discourse with the aspects of form and intonation dynamics, as well as to consolidate the communicational efficiency. The methods that will be used to carry out the research – comparativistic, hermeneutic, functional analysis, which allows us to compare the characteristics of rhetorical discourse with the other time-arts in functional and semantic aspects. Problem research degree – the discourses of juridical rhetoric, the typologies of interaction and some form aspects have not been researched yet neither in Lithuania nor in the global scientific thought. The issues that the article is dealing with are topical to the public juridical discourse not only in theoretical, but also in practical aspects, because the intonation and dynamical suggestibility is an essential task in order to consolidate the communicational effect of some certain juridical communication types. The article names the theories of process communication that are more topical to the juridical rhetoric and discusses the model of Jacobson in more detail. In this part the intonation-expressional speech effect to the addressee – is being considered, where the addressee is overbearing in informational-appellate (defensive and accusatory) speeches. One can conclude that the intention of the speaker, to be precise, his value-position is the bases of structuring of composition in the discourse.
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