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The frequent repetition of terms such as "help" and "collaboration" confirms the fact that the enunciator interprets the organizational action in terms of reciprocal support.
The enunciators of this discourse are the neo-liberalism ideologues--advocates of unregulated or essentially laissezfaire global capitalism--and those who unknowingly help to disseminate this code by word or deed.
This analysis, based on sociological constructivism, requires a reflection about discursive interaction--about the positions of authority of the enunciators, the spokespersons, of the institutions.
This analogy between poet and Magus emphasizes their insightfulness, their faithfulness to their task and to higher ideals, their torturous journey, and their role as enunciators.
Annales historians often abandon narrative to examine problems in minuscule detail and act as "overt enunciators," expressing opinions, moralizing, and describing their own research process (e.
The plurality of signifieds is maintained by multiplication of theatrical enunciators (actors, music, rhythm of presentation, etc.
Second-person fiction particularly lends itself to such rigorous and radical deconstructions and therefore helps to question the narratological necessity or primariness of categories like story and discourse, the narrator figure, the system of interlocking narrative and communicatory levels, and the basic (realistic) presupposition that enunciators and characters exist (physically) on some level of the fictional world.
Victorious at last, enunciators botched their property skyward in slow motion, only to be blocked by aggregates of lamp black.
Churchill's central critique is that the dominant culture and its enunciators are engaged in an ongoing artistic and intellectual imperialism (sometimes unwitting, sometimes intended) that serves as an apologia for past wrongs and abuses, and that provides an ideational framework for continued subjugation.
In identifying so readily with the poet, failing to distinguish between enounced "I" and enunciating writer, readers forget their own roles as enunciators of the poems they read.
Maingueneau (2008), in his turn, understands that the enunciators themselves define their "status" and "way of speaking", putting themselves and the listener in a certain social position, stating their relation with a given knowledge and legitimating their speech.
To a far greater extent than in the past, we recognize "viewable disabilities" and make needed accommodations; in the school and work setting, to the increase of ramps on the curbs of streets, enunciators in elevators, and beyond.