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2019 | 57 | 2(114) | 40-48
Article title

Literary Discourse: a Methodological Proposal for Knowledge Organization

Title variants
PL
Dyskurs literacki: propozycja metodologiczna dla organizacji wiedzy
Languages of publication
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Abstracts
EN
PURPOSE/THESIS: The complexity of subject analysis in knowledge organization is significantly incre­ased when the material consists on imaginative literature and fiction. This situation reveals a lack of methodological studies on subject analysis of fiction literature compared with the subject analysis of scientific literature. APPROACH/METHODS: The methodology is the literary discourse analysis applied to two short stories by a Brazilian writer. Results and conclusions: The short stories were analysed in order to demonstrate how this kind of analysis can be an alternative to the information representation in knowledge organization. ORIGINALITY/VALUE: The originality of the work lies in its choice to deal with the literary discourse analysis as a methodology for the knowledge organization.
PL
CEL/TEZA: Analiza treści dokumentu w ujęciu organizacji wiedzy jest procesem złożonym, szczególnie w sytuacji, w której przedmiotem opisu jest literatura piękna. Problemem jest tutaj jednak brak badań o charakterze metodologicznym związanych z analizą treści literatury pięknej. KONCEPCJA/METODY BADAŃ: Metodologia badań zakłada wykorzystanie analizy dyskursu literackiego w odniesieniu do dwóch brazylijskich opowiadań. WYNIKI I WNIOSKI: Zastosowana analiza dyskursu miała na celu pokazanie alternatywnego podejścia do reprezentacji informacji w ujęciu organizacji wiedzy. ORYGINALNOŚĆ/WARTOŚĆ POZNAWCZA: Oryginalność badań polega na wykorzystaniu analizy dyskursu literackiego jako metody w obszarze organizacji wiedzy.
Year
Volume
57
Issue
Pages
40-48
Physical description
Dates
received
2019-11-05
accepted
2019-12-03
Contributors
  • São Paulo State University, Brazil
  • São Paulo State University, Brazil
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Document Type
Publication order reference
YADDA identifier
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