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“Prin codri de simboluri petrece omu-n viaţă / Şi toate-l cercetează c-un ochi prietenesc.” (Man walks BECIU, Camelia, , Comunicare şi discurs mediatic. Camelia Beciu states that any “electoral debate (or any other mediatic product) is a relevant .. BECIU, Camelia, , Comunicare şi discurs mediatic. Camelia BECIU (National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, .. Revista română de comunicare ºi relaţii publice si la notion d’identité est une ressource pour la compréhension conceptuelle et empirique de la diaspora. Acest studiu explorativ investighează construcţia, prin discursul mediatic.

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Comments on the policy themes will be much more common than those relating to the character of the candidates. Note here that Klaus Iohannis is currently the president of Romania.

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duscurs We depart from Benoit hypothesis regarding functions of the discourse in political campaigns: It takes away your portrait. Dialogue is not possible in whatever conditions, and we, in Romania, today, should know it too well.

The chi-square test calculated for famelia three types of discursive functions shows significant differences sii the way the two candidates used those functions in the two debates: The data show that the candidate who was already in power Victor Ponta prime-minister at that time used the defense strategy more often than the opposition candidate Klaus Iohannis, in both debates: We depart from the five axioms formulated by Benoit The structure of main topics comunicars discursive functions, in the first debate 11 NovemberRealitatea TV.

Both candidates used values more for acclamation than for attacks, during both debates. Victor Ponta used offensive enunciations much more on the Policies theme than on the Character theme. These topics, formulated as attacks, have caused numerous defensive enunciations from his opponent, Victor Ponta. Therefore we confirmed the third hypothesis. This article is based on the premise that televised political debates are conflictual, competitive verbal interactions.


The paper examines the way in which social actors position themselves discursively during final debates for presidential elections, both one toward the other, and toward the content of becik, from the perspective cakelia functional theory of political campaign cameila.

Therefore, the politician places himself only apparently in a space that is exterior to common people. Enunciations in the second debate 12 NovemberB1TV. Candidates use values more to acclaim than to attack. The discus hypothesis is partially confirmed we have more attacks than defense, acclamations occupying intermediate position.

In both televised debates, both candidates attacked more on future plans than on general objectives, but acclaimed more on future plans than on general objectives: The three discursive functions are mutually stimulated and conditioned Benoit and Wells, Benoit indicated three reasons for which candidates could limit their use of defensive enunciations defenses and be more offensive Benoit, This paper proposes an analysis of televised debates for presidential elections in Romania, in Novemberfrom the perspective of functional theory of political campaign discourse.

Klaus Iohannis used particularly offensive enunciations attacks becih issues related to corruption in the presidential elections and diaspora vote.

The two debates constituted the corpus for our analysis. From this standpoint, the functional theory of political discourse can be regarded as strategic positioning of social actors semiotic practices in the semiotic act of televised debate.

Acclamations are positive statements aiming to promote self-image, and to increase the social desirability of the candidate. It makes you melt inside it.

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The last part of the paper is dedicated to conclusions. And he has to do something about this situation. This could be considered an easier approach in comparison with more complex strategies as acclamations.

Enunciations in the first debate 11 NovemberRealitateaTV. With an expulsion outside. The difference could be explained when we take into account the qualitative content of the two discursive functions defense and attackand the role of political culture in the mechanism of Television debate.


However, the present study, but other studies conducted in Europe, such as the study of Isotalus in connection with the debates in Finland, do not fully confirm the assumptions of functional theory. Attacks are discursive interventions targeting weaknesses and limitations of the opponent Benoit, Such an approach ensures understanding of the symbolic topology, the relative position of the candidates in the political field of confrontation.

The particular mode in which social players use the three discursive functions in the debate can be used by voters to decide which of the candidates is preferred. And if you stay outside, if the state of being exterior becomes your usual state of life, it is not all right. Researchers argue that comunicaer model of the functional analysis of the debates could be transferable between different discus, because in their semantic spaces the concepts of acclaim, attack and defense are isomorphic.

Tensions of the discursive exchanges attack-defense invite the public, beyond the cognitive processes, to participate in the construction of the decision on their preference for a particular candidate. The defensive mediatjc of Victor Ponta focused on his past actions 40 and on his personal character 18 in the first debate; decreasing in frequency during the second debate 27 on past actions.

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From this point of view, the candidate in power at that time, Victor Ponta, was worse placed than his opponent, Klaus Iohannis. The two authors suggest a strategic approach of discursive exchanges during the televised debate. The solution of the dialogue as a meeting point of identities, as a primordial social practice [2]comes naturally.