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Redundancy (language)
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Linguistics, Rhetoric, Connotation, Double Negation, Emphasis, Tautology, RAS Syndrome, Acronym and Initialism, Tongue-in-Cheek - Buch, gebundene Ausgabe, 112 S., Beilagen: Paperback, Erschienen: 2010 Betascript Publishers High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! In the study of language, redundancy is the construction of a phrase that presents some idea using more information than is necessary for one to be able understand the idea. Oftentimes, redundancies occur in speech unintentionally, however, redundant phrases can also be deliberately constructed for emphasis, in order to avoid the possibility of others' misinterpretation of a very important idea. In rhetoric, the term 'redundancy' tends to have a negative connotation and may be perceived as improper because of its use of duplicative or unnecessary wording (and some people expand the definition to include self-contradictory wording, similar to double negation); however, it remains a linguistically valid way of placing emphasis on some expressed idea. Through the use of repetition of certain concepts, redundancy increases the odds of predictability of a message's meaning and understanding to others.

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Redundancy (language) - Lambert M. Surhone; Miriam T. Timpledon; Susan F. Marseken
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Redundancy (language)
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Lambert M. Surhone; Miriam T. Timpledon; Susan F. Marseken

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Redundancy (language)

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6130339402

High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! In the study of language, redundancy is the construction of a phrase that presents some idea using more information than is necessary for one to be able understand the idea. Oftentimes, redundancies occur in speech unintentionally, however, redundant phrases can also be deliberately constructed for emphasis, in order to avoid the possibility of others' misinterpretation of a very important idea. In rhetoric, the term 'redundancy' tends to have a negative connotation and may be perceived as improper because of its use of duplicative or unnecessary wording (and some people expand the definition to include self-contradictory wording, similar to double negation); however, it remains a linguistically valid way of placing emphasis on some expressed idea. Through the use of repetition of certain concepts, redundancy increases the odds of predictability of a message's meaning and understanding to others.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9786130339401
ISBN (ISBN-10): 6130339402
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