I. V. Arnold points out the following properties of stylistic function: 1. Written English - More formal - Full forms - The norm is observed, except e-mail letters. More precisely, register [or stylistic] variation appears to be as multidimensional as social variation. Tweets with positive Dimension 3 coordinates tend to focus on promoting the Trump campaign–encouraging readers to vote for Trump, to join him and his supporters on campaign stops, and to access the campaign’s material online. Synt – connotation is acquired by a neutral w. in a context. The spoken has an advantage over the written: it presupposes the presence of the interlocutor and also there are all kinds of gestures which together with intonation give additional information. M.Short, “Stylistics is an approach to the analysis of literary texts using linguistic description”. In Britain, USA and some other countries – stylistics is the study of styles in literary (fictional, belles-letters) texts, . EM are those phonetic, morphological, word-building, lexical, phraseological and syntactical forms which exist in language as a system for the purpose of logical and/or emotional intensification of the utterance. For example, we do not know the range of discursive styles and rhetorical strategies used on this account. His Tweets then remained relatively informal throughout the Republican primaries. We found that the style of his tweets varied systematically over time depending on the communicative goals of Trump and his team. 2. Alternatively, Tweets with negative Dimension 5 coordinates tend to do the exact opposite, often involving Trump commenting critically on the actions or decisions of particular people. - Two varieties of the language – spoken and written English. 4. And you are? lexicology, syntax, text linguistics, and intonation), stylisticians analyze both the style of specific texts and stylistic variation across texts. Join. Since Trump’s unprecedented success, many studies have attempted to explain how he overcame these obstacles to become the 45th President of the United States [7–12]. Dimension 4 shows a relatively simple trend over time (see Figs 4 and 5), with a gradual fall in engagement since 2011, aside from spikes around the time of various seasons of The Apprentice, especially the final season in 2015, not long before Trump would declare. Stylistic function may be achieved by connotations of different word forms and syntactical patterns , expressed verbally or implicit. For example, previous research has identified a series of dimensions of stylistic variation based on a factor analysis of the relative frequencies of a large set of grammatical features in a corpus representing a range of written and spoken genres [35]. This presentation does not affect our analysis. One of these dimensions was interpreted as being associated with a narrative style, contrasting texts exhibiting frequent use of features such as past tense and third person pronouns, which are especially common in genres like fiction and biographies, with texts exhibiting frequent use of features such as present tense and attributive adjectives, which are especially common in non-narrative genres like news broadcasts and official documents. This strategy was perhaps especially useful for attracting working-class voters, who are generally thought to have been largely responsible for Trump’s victory [84], although this view has been disputed [85]. However, the analysis of Twitter data using MDA is problematic because tweets are so short, resulting in the relative frequencies of linguistic features in individual tweets being unreliable estimates of their relative frequencies in the population of tweets from which they are drawn. This need not be the case. Allusion and decompozition of set phrase. We then track how the form of Trump’s tweets changed over time across these dimensions of stylistic variation, focusing especially on the 2016 presidential campaign, so as to better understand the communication strategy of Trump and his team. Funding: The author(s) received no specific funding for this work. Antonomasia and oxymoron as stylistic devices. Second, we considered the individual linguistic features most strongly associated with each pole of the dimension, based on the coordinates and contributions for each feature for that dimension. component in its mng if it intensifies what is named by the word through imagery or any other way. In many ways, Twitter was Donald Trump’s primary communication platform during the 2016 Republican primaries and presidential campaign. Is the Subject Area "Twitter" applicable to this article? Regardless of one’s political persuasion or one’s opinion of Donald Trump, we believe it is of critical importance to understand the unique and ultimately effective communication strategy Trump and his team implemented on social media during the 2016 campaign. Using the terminology of statistical control, the variation within a stable system. ~ Thin-skinny-tiny-slim -> skinny is stylistically marked in a language as a system – that is paradigmatic stylistic markedness!!! Isobelle Clarke, By the time of the Iowa Caucuses at the start of 2016, the use of the Web Client had almost disappeared, with most posts originating from Android and iPhone devices. Chapter 1 Stylistic Questions. The corpus analysed for this study was sourced from the Trump Twitter Archive (http://www.trumptwitterarchive.com/) [32], which is a continuously updated archive of the tweets sent from the @realDonaldTrump Twitter account harvested directly from Twitter.com starting 2009-05-04. Expressive means (EM) and stylistic devices (SD) 7. This study examines stylistic variation patterns in L1 and L2 Chinese, focusing on two linguistic structures: morphosyntactic particle DE and subject pronoun. Crucially, this conception of stylistic variation is amenable to statistical analysis, as style can be measured based on the use of linguistic features across the texts in a corpus. View Stylistic Variation Research Papers on Academia.edu for free. Common core ws, foreign ws are avoided + phrasal vs  Informal- casual (people know each other well, mainly English ws are used, no terms, no passive voice), intimate (between members of a closely knit social group or family, ws ununderstandable to others, inverted ws, gestures). – литературоведение: analyses characters, exposition…). Stylistic variation is an individual's language (vernacular) depending on the social context of the language (vernacular) use. investigate these questions. Critiques are realised using a range of rhetorical strategies: self-reference to introduce Trump’s alternative, especially in a more positive light than his targets, signalling an “us versus them” dichotomy [80]; modals of necessity to mark the previous actions under attack; passive constructions to emphasise the patient of the act [80]; and rhetorical questions to set up attacks and place blame. G.J. This is a challenge linguists must accept. It doesn’t change with the changes in other parameters in the equation. Syntagmatic stylistic markedness -  is acquired by a neutral w. in a context, A man who had been           smothered           in        mud, cut                       by       flints. I. Galperin – “the investigation of the inventory of special language media, which by their ontological features secure the desirable effect of the utterance and certain types of texts”. The amount of care that was given to composing each tweet is probably unknowable. Alternatively, tweets with negative Dimension 3 coordinates tend to be declarative and externally-focused, presenting Trump’s opinions and descriptions, both positive and negative, of people and events, as well as giving general business advice. Expressiveness, imagery, emotiveness, intensity. Using Corpora to Explore Linguistic Variation. Literary studies 3. This page(s) are not visible in the preview. The figure below shows a rectangular solid with a fixed volume. Like Dimension 3, this dimension has not been identified in previous MDA research, although there is a clear basis for its interpretation in linguistic appraisal theory [76]. Proto-Germanic was never written down, but its existence and much of its vocabulary and structure can be confidently inferred from the many systematic correspondences in words and grammatical structures shared by its descendants. In particular, based on our stylistic analysis of the language of the Trump Twitter account, we propose four hypotheses about how Trump and his team were able to use Twitter effectively during the candidacy. MCA has only been applied in a small number of studies in linguistics, for example to identify confounding variables in a corpus-based analysis of inflectional variation in Dutch [61], and to identify usage patterns in polysemic words [62], as well as in our own research on abusive language and trolling on social media [54, 56–57]. Validation, How should MAHs use the revised Variation sGuideline ? Trump also directly referenced running for President on this day: The URL in this tweet links to an unofficial poll posted on the website poll.fm asking people for ‘your vote for Republican presidential candidate’, for which Trump received 5% of the 449,964 votes. The MCA has thus effectively isolated the effect of text length on Dimension 1, allowing us to largely control for variation in the length of tweets, despite the fact we did not directly factor tweet length into our analysis. Syntagmatic one:  ~ Power spoils absolutely everyone. For example, we know in general that English-language texts written in a more informal style tend to be characterised by relatively frequent use of contractions, interjections, and pronouns, whereas texts written in a more formal style tend to be characterised by relatively infrequent use of these features and relatively frequent use of nouns, prepositions, and determiners [35]. extra stuff: Some general background: Goodwin, Charles and Duranti, Alessandro. There is also considerable variation over time in the use of the three main sources (see Fig 1): the Web Client was used almost exclusively up until 2013, after which both the Web Client and Android devices were used together until Trump declared his candidacy in 2015, at which point the use of the iPhone became increasingly common. For more information about PLOS Subject Areas, click 1. Notably, there are relatively few tweets per day before 2011, making trends during this period less meaningful. But, because the lingo for variation equations is so specific, it's not really that hard. Language: formal, neutral, informal Formal: mainly in writing ( classical tradit grammar), impersonal patterns, passive voice, abstract ws   Neutral (consultative)- used bw people who don’t know each other well/ in official situations; emphasis on message, not emotions. For instance, examples 17 and 18 have very strong positive coordinates on Dimension 4 and are directly engaging with other people and their perspectives: The features most strongly associated with these tweets include WH-words and question marks, which are used in these tweets to ask questions–not only to interact with users and to seek their opinions, but as a way to reflexively recognise the viewpoint of others and suggest new ways of thinking. Even within 1 speaker, depending on the company and situation. Alan Cruttenden, author of Gimson's Pronunciation of English, offers a clear definition of free variation by giving an example: "When the same speaker produces noticeably different pronunciations of the word cat (e.g. moves investigation of disc. From 2009 until 2012, the Trump Twitter account was relatively formal, aside from a spike in 2011 around the time of the Birther controversy. Basically, MDA finds the main dimensions of stylistic variation in a corpus of texts by extracting common patterns of grammatical co-occurrence across the texts through a multivariate statistical analysis of the relative frequencies of a range of grammatical forms (e.g. E.g, ~ I take it = I understand. Self-branding practices of this type have been found to occur frequently on social media not only by public figures but also by ordinary people as a way to achieve visibility and gain status [75]. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0222062.g004, https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0222062.g005. His more informal style returned in force only after the Access Hollywood tape was released, which risked derailing his campaign in its final month. In hindsight, it seems Trump had decided to run by this date at the latest, and that this decision was echoed by a shift in his tone on Twitter, especially by a rise in self-promotional discourse. The account was most active in February 2013: Trump was criticising president Obama, who had just begun his second term, as well as the talk show host Bill Maher, against whom he had filed a lawsuit, while also promoting the World Golf Championships, hosted at the Trump National Doral Miami, and the upcoming 13th season of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice. For instance, examples 7 and 8 have very strong negative coordinates on Dimension 2 and are written in a more formal and expository style, at least for Twitter: The features most strongly associated with these tweets are almost all linked by a more formal style–more informationally dense, composed of complex noun phrases, which generally require careful planning by the author [35]. 2. 33. We see clear shifts in the way the campaign uses Twitter depending on their general communicative goals, including appealing to different audiences, promoting the campaign, defending Trump against criticisms, deflecting controversies, and attacking opponents–all of which are fundamental to successful political campaigns [81]. Alternatively, tweets with negative Dimension 4 coordinates tend to provide categorical judgements about other people, events, institutions, and policies, without marking the claims as subjective opinions, much less engaging with the opinions of others. Moreover, these tweets often include hashtags to increase their visibility, which have been shown to be common in self-promotional tweets [75], as well as capitalisation and exclamation marks, which are used for emphasis. 1 Answer. I’m Eleanor Grey. Preamble 2. Similarly, second person pronouns are common in these tweets and are used both to interact with specific users and to reference their viewpoints. We also tracked how the tweets in the corpus varied over time across these four dimensions, to see how the style of the account changed. In this study, we present the first detailed description of stylistic variation on the Trump Twitter account based on a multivariate analysis of grammatical co-occurrence patterns in tweets posted between 2009 and 2018. Next, he talks about the Commonwealth Games Federation, the most famous organization of the Commonwealth. The mean tweet length per day in the corpus is 17 words, but this rose to 33 words after Twitter increased the character limit for posts from 140 to 280 characters on 2017-11-07. Similarly, these tweets often contain other features used to refer to external entities, including possessive proper nouns and nominalisations, as well as predicative adjectives, copulas, and superlatives, all of which are used to describe or assign characteristics to people or things [35]. In addition, the 100 tweets most strongly associated with each pole of each dimension are included in the Supporting Materials (see S4 File). 37. However, despite media reports highlighting this aspect of the campaign [27], critical tweets did not dominate his timeline, which generally focused on promoting his campaign and expressing his own political positions. - There are many short sentences, exclamations, interjections. Including tweet length as a supplementary variable allowed us to assess the degree to which variation across each dimension was predicted by text length, without affecting our main analysis. EM are those phonetic, morphological, word-building, lexical, phraseological and syntactical forms which exist in language as a system for the purpose of logical and/or emotional intensification of the utterance. Variation which used to be described as 'free' has lately been described as fitting within identifiable linguistic and/or social parameters. share | improve this question | follow | edited Jul 15 '17 at 14:20. Fourth, Trump and his team appear to have struck a balance between using Twitter for criticism and promotion. It is the ability of language sign to yield extralinguistic information about some people, objects, phenomena and their emotional evaluation with the help of a figurative expression. Intensity – making greater in amount strength or degree, the intention to emphasize a certain part of the text or message: Variation is a natural part of any language. Conceptualization, built to deal with stylistic variation, and produces natural variation recognisable by humans. Each dimension consists of a positive pole and a negative pole, where each pole is associated with a set of co-occurring grammatical features that tend to be in complementary distribution with each other–i.e. Tweets from mobile devices tend to follow a similar pattern, although they are more likely to be used late at night and before noon, especially from Android devices, which were especially common during the campaign. Similarly, hashtags are used to enrich tweets with minimal expenditure of characters by linking tweets on the same topic together, while URLs, the most strongly associated feature with this pole of the dimension, essentially allow unlimited space to extend the content of the tweet. Some of the most influential studies . First, we considered the individual tweets most strongly associated with each pole of the dimension, as indicated by the coordinates and contributions for each text on that dimension. toward rich human contexts away from the preoccupation with pure structures  of mainstream .....[read full text]. Bibliography 1. of a word. The second has to do with the possibility that . _ You must a friend of Lorraine’s. Methodology, - the mental picture that is created in our mind by figurative use of language. Our overarching aim is to produce an objective, impartial, and data-driven description of variation and change in the linguistic style used on @realDonaldTrump–one of the most important and influential social media accounts in history. For instance, examples 25 and 26 have very strong negative coordinates on Dimension 5 and are highly critical of others: The features most strongly associated with these tweets include various markers of impersonal narrative. Investigation, 24. E.g. This general form of discourse appears to be one with which Trump was familiar long before he ran for president and one that he used as a basis for his campaigning style. The Newspaper style (NPS) of the English Language. The claims commonly found in the media that Trump’s Twitter posts were lacking in strategy [82–83] are difficult to reconcile with these results. broad scope, and wide readership – a perfect fit for your research every time. We used a 60-day moving average to facilitate the identification of broad trends in the dataset; other windows gave similar results, although clear trends could have been obscured by taking very large windows. For each dimension, we interpreted the underlying stylistic pattern it represents based on two types of information. The theory of conceptual blending (conceptual integration – объединение) was proposed by Mark Turner (a liter. The Eng L is a rule governed system within which we find enormous amount of flexibility and creativity. also the question of individual variation within a corpus of translated text. These two tweets also contain many of the most indicative features of this unengaged style: attributive and predicative adjectives and the copula tend to be used by Trump to describe subjects in absolute terms with maximum authorial investment, without entertaining the possibility of alternative descriptions or viewpoints, while amplifiers, superlatives, interjections, capitals, and exclamation marks tend to be used to emphasise the certainty of the point being made, contributing to a hyperbolic and uncompromising style. Stylistic differentiation of the English vocabulary, 32. English common core: stylistically neutral, short words, have antonyms). The notion of style 3. No, Is the Subject Area "Social communication" applicable to this article? No, Is the Subject Area "Semantics" applicable to this article? However, not long before Trump declared his candidacy, his use of this critical style rose back up to middling levels. aunty, lambkin, compound words: i.e. Understanding this social media strategy is an important part of understanding the Trump campaign–and more generally of understanding how to successfully run or for that matter how to successfully oppose political campaigns online, which are becoming a crucial part of modern politics. Syntagmatically = foregrounding (linguistic unit becomes stylistically marked in a context)]. PLOS ONE promises fair, rigorous peer review, frequent use of full stops). Competing interests: The authors have declared that no competing interests exist. Everyone speaks at least one language, and probably most people in the world speak more than one. For example, in terms of the Trump presidency, the Democratic National Committee hack, the New York Times anonymous op-ed, and the fake news crisis are all major news items that are directly linked to collections of online language data. affectionate, diminuative, pejorative suffixes i.e. In comparison to other major candidates in the 2016 Republican primaries and the 2016 Presidential election, Donald Trump entered the race with a lack of support from politicians in his own party [1–3], the mainstream media [4], and large private donors [5], all of which have traditionally been seen as necessary for a successful campaign [3, 6]. Which sentence is correct in English? Take, for example, the following argument: A severe depression will occur given that the economy collapses. dialectal variation persists in this region and throughout the United Kingdom as a whole. Stylistics, study of the devices in languages (such as rhetorical figures and syntactical patterns) that are considered to produce expressive or literary style. The economy collapses if inflation soars. His degree of engagement shows an especially strong fall immediately after he declared, reflecting a steady stream of tweets categorically asserting the inevitable success of his campaign. This defensive strategy may have insulated Trump and his supporters from these attacks, while helping to present Trump as an outsider who was standing up to mainstream politicians and media outlets. It is also informative to look back through Trump’s timeline before the campaign began to see if we can perhaps find the roots of this campaigning style of discourse. by Alessandro Duranti and Charles Goodwin. We speak to a stranger … These differences exist because certain linguistic forms are more or less suitable for realising different communicative goals in different communicative contexts. What factors would influence the choice of stylistic variation made in utterances below? Alternatively, adjectives in Trump’s Twitter have been found to be primarily negative and little variation was observed in the range of positive adjectives used [21]. The structure of his speech is not really expressive but also not very important for that what he wants to say. To conduct a short-text MDA of the Trump Twitter Corpus, we first part-of-speech tagged each tweet in our corpus using the Gimpel Twitter Tagger, which is designed specifically for the grammatical analysis of Twitter [64]. Writing – review & editing, Affiliation Finally, the use of the Android stopped entirely on 2017-03-25, not long after Trump’s inauguration, when Trump was advised to switch to an iPhone for security reasons [34]. 25, 26. 3. Imagery automatically calls up expressiveness. At first you can find a structured speech. Stylistic function is realized within stylistic context and it may be characteristic of various models of discourse. Formal analysis, Although these tweets tend to be far less interactive, they often contain non-initial mentions, which are generally used by Trump and his team to provide extra information about the people he is referring to, as opposed to interacting with them directly. In fact, we see one especially clear yet unexplained inflection point across multiple dimensions around 2015-02-03, not long before Trump formed his exploratory committee. Multidimensional Analysis (MDA) [35] is a standard method for the statistical analysis of stylistic variation in corpus linguistics [38]. This research project, including data collection, was approved by the University of Birmingham research ethics committee. We therefore exclude Dimension 1 from further stylistic analysis and focus on the interpretation of Dimensions 2 to 5 for the rest of this paper, confident that these dimensions are not confounded by variation in tweet length. To be gone on smb = to be violently in love  with. So, inflation soars only if a severe depression will occur. Because the aim of our study was to identify patterns of stylistic variation on the Trump Twitter account, we removed all retweets (11,303), leaving 21,739 tweets in our corpus, totalling 362,653 word tokens. We would also like to thank Matteo Fuoli, Susan Hunston, Dong Nguyen, Bob Waibel, Emily Waibel, and Bodo Winter, as well as the academic editor of this paper, Chris Danforth, and two anonymous reviewers for their comments on this paper, as well as audience members at the 2018 Corpus and Discourse International Conference at Lancaster University and the 2018 American Association of Corpus Linguistics Conference at Georgia State University, where we first presented this research. These tweets, however, are not simply mini-narratives: they often describe events, but crucially they tend to provide a critical assessment of the actions of the actors involved. These tweets also tend to contain various types of pronouns, which are generally associated with interactive discourse [35], including second person pronouns, which are often used to interact with other accounts. The goal of this study is therefore to discover the most important general patterns of stylistic variation on the Trump Twitter account and to see how the style of language used on this account changed over time. For example, broad topical patterns in the tweets sent during the general election from the accounts of Trump and Clinton have been compared through content analysis [18] and sentiment analysis [15], notably finding that Trump tended to be more positive than Clinton in the lead up to the election. Variation which used to be described as 'free' has lately been described as fitting within identifiable linguistic and/or social parameters. 6. How about your Russian after the holiday? I discern three trends. However, others are the variables which change in different situations. Change over time in this dimension offers further support for this basic interpretation (see Figs 4 and 5). of language variation. The mean number of likes and retweets received by the Trump Twitter account per day rose substantially over time (see Fig 1, plotted using a logarithmic scale, base 10). Гальперин решил ничего не говорить по этой теме, добавляю тока то, что в шпорах: Parad. Answer. Join Yahoo Answers and get 100 points today. When Stylistic and Social Effects Fail to Converge: a variation study of complementizer choice 1. 2 Architecture and Domain We aim to with generating restaurant recommen- dations as part of an interactive system. - Syntactical peculiarities: ellipsis, unfinished sentences, inversion or d..... a) The contents of the giving discourse, as compared to its neutral equivalent referring to the same unit of reality. 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