Paper Information

Journal:   THEATER   FALL 2016 , Volume - , Number 66 #L0072; Page(s) 12 To 27.
 
Paper: 

THE MOVEMENT OF DRAMATIC DISCOURSE FROM A POSITIVE FORM TOWARDS A NEGATIVE FORM: A SEMANTIC-SEMIOTIC APPROACH (WITH AN EMPHASIS ON OLEANNA)

 
 
Author(s):  SHAIRI HAMID REZA, HAMEDSAGHAIAN MAHDI, RAJABI MOHAMMADFARZAN
 
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Abstract: 

One of the important ways based on which dramatic discourses put semantic uncertainty at the top of their agenda is passing from a positive situation towards a negative situation. In this case, a discourses progresses towards a non-discourse. Non-discourse can provide a context for fluidity of the form-content relationship. In some cases, this fluidity can be created in a concrete and objective manner in the discourse, and in other cases, this objectivity is attenuated and reinforced from time to time. How, given the meaning deficiency, reduced cognitive aspect, negation of its existence system, linguistic insecurity, and increased tension process in a discourse context, can discourses become a place for discourse challenge, and as a result, a place for passing from a stable discourse situation towards an unstable discourse situation? In fact, discourse fluidity, is not only among the factors which attenuate the function of stable discourse, but also, by injection of negative situations, it would direct a discourse into a non-discourse. Relaying on play including Oleanna, the main objective of the present research is to demonstrate how a positive discourse moves towards a negative discourse, and eventually ends in a non-discourse. Undoubtedly, due to the fact that play discourses can find a way to a scene and can be performed, they are appropriate examples to investigate the conditions for discourse development and transition to a non-discourse aspect of the relationship.

 
Keyword(s): DISCOURSE, POSITIVE FORM, NEGATIVE FORM, FLUIDITY, NON-DISCOURSE, DAVID MAMET, OLEANNA (PLAY)
 
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