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Morales-López E. (2019) Discourse analysis: The constructivist perspective and transdisciplinarity. In: Massip-Bonet À. , Bel-Enguix G. & Bastardas-Boada A. (eds.) Complexity applications in language and communication sciences. Springer, Cham: 187–205. Fulltext at
This paper explores how discourse analysis can benefit from the main tenets of complexity theory: including its holistic (or systemic) perspective in the research of any object, always in relation to its emergency conditions; and transdisciplinarity as methodology. If applied to the study of discourse, it revitalizes ethnography as an empirical methodology, constructivism as a theoretical starting position, and the integration of discourse analysis with rhetoric, argumentation theory and semiotics, among other disciplines.

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