Роль транснационализма в конструировании европейских идентичностей: анализ «транс-европейских» дискурсов

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Транснационализм - это многогранное явление, оказывающее влияние на общество и ведущее к смене парадигмы национальной принадлежности. Транснационализация неоднозначно оценивается в контексте Европейского Союза, где обсуждаются, оспариваются и узакониваются новые общности и зарождающиеся пост-национальные идентичности. Данная статья - это попытка осмыслить восходящие процессы дискурсивного конструирования идентичностей в публичной сфере посредством анализа дискурсов членов неправительственной организации «активных» граждан. В работе используется критический дискурс-анализ (КДА), позволяющий показать, каким образом дискурсивные стратегии и языковые приемы, используемые говорящими и непосредственно связанные с указанием на транснациональные фреймы, конструируют модели принадлежности к современной Европе. В статье предлагается классификация параметров транснационализма, реализующихся в дискурсах и подразделяющихся на национально-центрический, евроцентрический и космополитический.


Франко Заппеттини

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Университет Генуи 5 Via Balbi, 16126 Генуя, Италия

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