Ethnographic Presentation of Speaking in Chamber

Emin Krasniqi

Abstract


Every situation of discourse (Rugova,1978:126), either implicit or explicit, expresses its categories of grammatical, semantic and pragmatic values. Speaking situations in the chamber, (oda) in many planes, are typical and characteristic only for the category of interlocutors in this environment. The discourse differs from discourse (telling) and the other categories: speaking in chapel (church and mosque), in the case of the celebrations, marriage acts, inauguration and the written speech. In this discourse are included complexes of interactive rates and socializing means of social interaction, which define "scene" ,define "context and are obtained from the " referent ". Situations of speech, are ways and means of expression of the statement, but, even the suppression against the word ,is social competence of communication and Intelectology ( Ismajli, 1994:141).

DOI: 10.5901/ajis.2015.v4n2p313


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