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'Jedinstvo u različitosti' - konceptualizacija jezika u Evropskoj uniji
Univerzitet u Beogradu, Ekonomski fakultet
Ključne reči: višejezičnost; diskurs Evropske Unije; pojmovne metafore
Sažetak
U radu se, kroz analizu metafora koje evropski zvaničnici koriste kada govore o pojmu JEZIKA, obrađuje višejezičnost, kao jedno od glavnih pitanja u Evropskoj Uniji. Korpus primera na kojima se rad zasniva čine saopštenja za štampu, izveštaji i govori Evropskog Komesara za multilingvizam, što predstavlja širi institucionalni okvir unutar kojeg su smeštene metafore. Na osnovu izdvojenih metaforičkih izraza, analizira se nekoliko pojmovnih mapiranja, poput JEZIK JE GRAĐEVINA, JEZIK JE POSLOVANJE i JEZIK JE OSOBA, u pogledu njihove potencijalne pragmatičke uloge, tj. ubeđivačke funkcije metafora kako bi se izrazili određeni društveno-politički vrednosni sudovi. Cilj ovog rada je da pokuša da ustanovi da li metaforički izrazi kao jezički izrazi pojmovnih metafora mogu obrazovati određene ideje čijih potencijalnih implikacija nismo svesni.
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