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Areas for Integration of Critical Discourse Analysis into Empirical Tool of Political Research

Matytcina Marina

PhD in Philology

Associate Professor of the Department of Foreign Languages at Lipetsk State Technical University

398024, Russia, Lipetskaya oblast', g. Lipetsk, ul. Pr. Pobedy, 21, kv. 55

lipmarina@gmail.com

DOI:

10.25136/2409-8698.2019.2.29847

Review date:

25-05-2019


Publish date:

18-06-2019


Abstract.

The subject of the research of the areas for critical review of modern critical discourse analysis as a theoretical and practical discipline as well as anaylsis of new courses of development of modern critical discourse. The aim of this research is to describe practical use of critical discourse analysis and analyze new areas for critical discourse analysis development such as analysis of multimodal featurs thus underlying the reasonability of inclusion it into the methodological framework of modern science. The author of the article emphasizes the need in a scientifically-based definition of critical discourse analysis. Opportunities and limitations of critical discourse analysis demonstrate prospects of integration of this interdisciplinary quality method into empirical tools of political research, this proving the reasonabiilty and pratical importance of its integration into a set of methods of modern political research. The novelty of the research is caused by the fact that the author gives a description of soem limitations of critical discourse analysis as a scientific approach such as the absence of general principles and methods of research and scientific objectivity, inconsistency, inaccurate selection of material, consideration of the environment and heuristics of cognitive linguistics and analysis model. The author has also describes new trends of modern critical discourse. Obviously, the time has come to critically review theoretical and methodological approaches and gruonds typical for critical discourse analysis as a research method. 

Keywords: interdisciplinary, applied direction, scientific objectivity, social context, political science methodology, critical approach, critical discourse analysis, gender marking, corpus linguistics, quantitative methods
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