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Journal:   TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE (TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE SOCIETY OF IRAN)   SPRING 2007 , Volume 1 , Number 2; Page(s) 1 To 12.
 
Paper: 

TOWARDS FRAMING UNRELIABLE NARRATION: A RUDIMENTARY COGNITIVE MODEL

 
 
Author(s):  AGHA GOLZADEH F., NEMATI FATEMEH
 
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Abstract: 

This article is aimed at introducing unreliable narration in a cognitive framework. To reach that aim, a brief history of the term, its origin, its definitions and redemptions is given. Then, different views about the term across a variety of frameworks such as formalism, structuralism, and cognitive approach are discussed and compared.
Adapting the cognitive approach as the more adequate one, we draw' on Minsky's frame theory, Albaladejo Mayordomo's possible world theory, Sternberg's idea of narrative as a removed quotation and Yacobi's integration strategies to describe the cognitive processes and interpretive strategies involved in recognizing and responding to a narrative as unreliable. Reaching this description would lead us to a working cognitive paradigm for reading and teaching unreliable narration and other literary texts. The strength of this paradigm lies in the fact that it relies mostly on process-conscious and active engagement of the reader in the reading experience.

 
Keyword(s): UNRELIABLE NARRATION, COGNITIVE APPROACH, FRAME THEORY, POSSIBLE WORLD THEORY, NARRATIVE AS A REMOVED QUOTATION, INTEGRATION STRATEGIES
 
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