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Published: 17.09.2009.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: 4 units
References: Used

Following the comprehensive explanation of the basic theoretical implications of structuralism by Raman Selden (1989), it becomes clear that structuralists are interested mainly in what Ferdinand de Saussure, their predecessor in the theoretical field of linguistics has called by the term ‘langue’ in his posthumously collected Course in General Linguistics. He divides language into ‘langue’ (the system of language, the language as a system of forms) and ‘parole’ (the combination and use of those forms) (Maley [online]), besides, Saussure was interested in ‘langue’, its general rules and codes rather than parole, and particular cases of language in action (ibid.). Translating Saussure’s terms of ‘langue’ and ‘parole’ into structuralist terms, Selden (1989) says: “Ferdinand de Saussure, whose linguistic theories influenced structuralism, called the system ‘langue’ and utterance ‘parole’.” (Selden, 1989: 62)…

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