Quantitative Data Analysis of Water Concept in English Water Management Metadiscourse
Linguistic research
Nataliia Kovalyk
Lviv University of Trade and Economics, Ukraine
Lesia Tymochko
Lviv University of Trade and Economics, Ukraine
Published 2020-04-20
https://doi.org/10.15388/RESPECTUS.2020.37.42.41
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Keywords

discourse
metadiscourse
concept
frame analysis
quantitative data analysis

How to Cite

KovalykN. and TymochkoL. (2020) “Quantitative Data Analysis of Water Concept in English Water Management Metadiscourse”, Respectus Philologicus, (37(42), pp. 91-103. doi: 10.15388/RESPECTUS.2020.37.42.41.

Abstract

This paper deals with the comparative analysis of the possibility to apply both linguo-cognitive and quantitative methods in the study of structure of mental units, e.g. concepts. The current research continues our overall and integrated study of English ecological discourse and is the next in a number of logical research series of this scientific challenge (Ковалик 2017; Ковалик, Тимочко 2018). The study object of this paper is WATER concept in English water management metadiscourse. The research is carried out on the basis of the original text of the EU Water Framework Directive 2000/60 / EC. The aim of the paper is not only to conduct a frame-based analysis of WATER concept using Svitlana Zhabotynska’s methodology of conceptual analysis (Жаботинська 1999) but also to analyse the concept occurrences in the researchable metadiscourse. In the present investigation, the conceptual structure of WATER concept is modelled through basic frame schemas and is considered as an open system. The research takes a new look at the application of linguo-cognitive and quantitative data analyses in the study of WATER concept in English water management metadiscourse.

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