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Отведение и идентичность в семейной интеракции: чревовещание как косвенность

С целью достижения более широкого понимания косвенности во взаимодействии автор возвращается к понятию отведения Бейтсона (психический процесс, при котором значение создается по аналогии) и трем соответствующим теоретическим концепциям: политропии Фридриха, языковой деятельности Беккера и диалогичности Бахтина – все они входят в общую теорию интертекстуальности. Для того чтобы показать, как эти понятия помогают понять механизмы косвенности в диалогическом общении, автор приводит примеры семейных диалогов, в которых один из членов семьи говорит от имени и голосом другого (автор называет это чревовещанием). Чревовещание создает смысл путем отведения, когда говорящий заимствует идентичности других и тем самым временно присваивает себе характеристики, ассоциированные с теми, чьи голоса он изображает. Таким образом, отведение понимается как тип косвенности, широко распространенный в речевом общении.


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