Definition of the noun jakobson
What does jakobson mean as a name of something?
- United States linguist (born in Russia) noted for his description of the universals of phonology (1896-1982)
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The Empire Writes Back (2002)
Theory and Practice in Post-colonial Literatures by Bill Ashcroft, Gareth Griffiths, Helen Tiffin
Jakobson refers to the importance of metaphor in the literary schools of romanticism and symbolism, and posits the predominance of metonymy in the so- called 'realist' school. This has greatly exercised many structuralist and poststructuralist ...
by Timothy Corrigan
"46 By inter- semiotic transposition Jakobson means translating from literature to cinema, for example. But, given the fundamental semantic differences between poetry and extraliterary prose, ...
The Ordering Mirror (1977)
Readers and Contexts
Presumably Jakobson means that a poem or novel which is used to illustrate some situation in history or psychology is denied its true life in favor of the half-life of being an illustration. Eichenbaum uses Shklovsky to expound the idea of ...
Gesture and Thought (2008)
by David McNeill
By the poetic function, Jakobson means a process whereby syntagmaticsequences come to have paradigmaticoroppositionalvalues. Recursionisthe mechanismofthisfunc- tion (Silverstein 1985), andit works for gestureaswellas for speech ...
Communication from Ancient Times to the Information Age by Theresa Enos
Jakobson, Roman (1896–1982) Structuralist linguist who contributed an influen- tial model of communication and important con-cepts relating to style. Born in Moscow, Roman Jakobson was a member of the Russian Formal-ist School and the ...
by Josef Vachek
Jakobson, Remarques sur revolution phonologique du russe compared a celle des autres langues slaves, TCLP 2 (1929) Ja31a R. Jakobson, Die Betonung und ihre Rolle in der ...
by Ian Buchanan
Jakobson, Roman (1896-1982) Russian linguist, formative member of both the * Russian Formalists (the *Moscow Linguistic Circle as well as *Opoyaz) and the * Prague Linguistic Circle, and one of the founding fathers of *structuralism.
by Mona Baker, Kirsten Malmkjær
Traditionally , translation scholars (pre- Jakobson) ...
by David Herman, Manfred Jahn, Marie-Laure Ryan
(JAKOBSON). Six functions of language were identified by the Russianborn American linguist Roman Jakobson (1896–1982), each corresponding to one of the six factors of verbal communication. The six factors are the addresser ...
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In poetic language, in which the sign as such takes on an autonomous value, this sound symbolism becomes an actual factor and creates a sort of accompaniment to the signified. (Roman Jakobson)
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