Grammatical Cohesion of Magazine Articles
|1.||Genre of Magazine Articles||5|
|3.||Discourse Analysis of Grammatical Cohesion of Magazine Articles||6|
By revising theories it is become clear, that grammatical cohesion consists of referencing, substitution and ellipsis. The information available of the genre of magazine articles does not point out grammatical cohesion as an important mean, with which some specific purpose is tried to be reached. Grammatical cohesion is considered as a basic part of the text.
The results of the discourse analysis show that the referencing is the most frequently used stylistic device of grammatical cohesion in magazine articles, whereas substitution and ellipsis are used rarely. All kinds of references can be found in magazine articles. They help to the author to describe the situation better, by avoiding repetition of one word. Text becomes more reader – friendly.
To improve this work, the study of more articles should be done and also different research methods should be used, for example, the analysis of another author’s research of the same questions.
1. Grammatical cohesion consists of references, ellipsis and substitution.
2. Genre of magazine articles are specific by its layout, headlines, sub-headlines and language (audience)
3. Tool of grammatical cohesion that is used most frequently is referencing.
4. To get useful results, has to do discourse analysis of at least 5 magazine articles.
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