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ID number:674279
Published: 26.02.2009.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 3 units
References: Not used
Time period viewed: 2007.g. - 2009.g.
Table of contents
Nr. Chapter  Page.
  Table of Contents    2
  Summary    3
  Introduction    3
  Literature review    4
  Research Questions    5
  Corpus Analysis    5
  Analysis of Questionnaires    6
  Conclusions    7
  References    8
  Sources Analyzed    8
  Internet Sources    8

The meanings of notions differ in various texts of the same type of articles. Words are the same in their referential meaning but the effect achieved and the idea revealed by using them in articles and in specific situations tends to be different. The theme is important because comparing how similar (or the same) notional words are used to express different ideas, one can build up his own speech or written piece and give additional emphasis and meaning to certain general words to turn them into meaningful ideas.
The goal of this research is to prove that the conceptual meanings of words are different not only in what they mean but also in a way how they are communicated to the reader.
The following research questions were posed to reach the goal of the research.
1.Is meaning of notions in the researched articles only conceptual or referential too?
2.Do concepts expressed by the notions change when put into different context?
The methods of research are following.
1.Theoretical analysis (discourse analysis of the relevant notional words, drawing analogies, drawing conclusions, etc.).
2.Practical analysis (questionnaire survey).…

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