Discourse Analysis: Interpreting Repertoires

Berliani, Hermanola
This article is a preprint of DA project. This study intended to describe approaches and explain the value of the interpretative repertoire as the first basic unit of analysis in Discourse Analysis. This study employ a methodological approach in wide form both in social psychology as well as modern theories of empirical exemplary discourse; the development of 'race' relationships. The data reveals and predicts that language and people are separate entities, and the language is a neutral medium
more » ... etween social actors and the world. This analysis tends to look for similar rather than variations within and across accounts, to merge accounts into categories like "attitude," and to shrink or ignore social action locations.
doi:10.17605/osf.io/rxfn6 fatcat:ls7igzaldbe6pop24qzk54bne4