Tomasz Zarycki (Poland), Deputy Director, Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw НА РУССКОМ: https. Sociologist and social geographer, specializing in sociology of politics, sociology of culture, sociology of knowledge, critical sociology and discourse analysis. Tomasz Zarycki: „Ideologies of Eastness”. Higher seminar organised by the Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES), Södertörn University.
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M De Waele ed. Step by step the contex- tual, relational character of such notions as the meaning of words, sen- tences, texts, and inally notions of discourse and context itself, tomasz zarycki been recognized. Among the irst stages of this process was recognition of the contextual nature of tomasz zarycki meaning of particular words.
Another step in the development of linguistics was the recognition of contextuality in the function of words in a sentence Sgall et al. Speech acts Searle contextualized the rules for dividing text into units.
This implied the gradual recognition of the contextual character of the criteria of textuality. The deinition of text un- derwent gradual contextualization, which resulted in the emergence of tomasz zarycki modern notion of discourse.
Discourse, with tomasz zarycki relational rules—includ- ing such structures as genres, registers, or styles—started to be considered a context for particular texts. Soon, however, the arbitrariness of tomasz zarycki way in which discourses were deined became more and more obvious.
The next stage of this development was the questioning of the objectivity of the distinction between text and context. This was followed by a recognition of the social construction of context itself e. What is, in fact, still not fully contextualized by discourse analysis is the discipline itself.
As I would like to propose in this text, the next step in the process of contextualizing tomasz zarycki tools should be the recognition and systematic analysis of the relational character of discourse analysis itself.
The need for such an extension of contextualization is, how- ever, not yet fully recognized and much of discourse analysis is still done in tomasz zarycki old framework based on the assumption of the tomasz zarycki or neutral nature of the social science tools.
Full recognition of the relational char- acter of discourse analysis, and, in particular, of its tools, can been seen as a challenge that would imply the deconstruction of the still naturalized distinction between the discourse of discourse analysis itself and the re- maining social world, including its discursive aspects.