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macrostructure

(măk′rō-strŭk″tūr)
The overall or gross structure of an entity.
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This leads us to this particular function of macrostructures discourse analysis which is to capture the relevant element, and significant aspect of the news reports.
The macrostructure, microstructure observations and impact test were carried out and evaluated.
By differentiating components through color-coding, students began to recognize the differences between items within corresponding macrostructures.
In this migration system, the main framework of which is drawn by macrostructures, good relations between states have impacted tourism as well, along with mutual trade, and in the course of time caused tourism to play a key role in the system.
As shown above, if [delta] is small, the waves are governed by the properties of the macrostructure, if, however [delta] is large, the waves 'feel' more microstructure (see for example [3]).
CDA attempts to expose such forces by examining the relationship between semantic macrostructures, local meanings, and how one influences the other: "It is precisely in these macro-micro links that we encounter the crux for a critical discourse analysis" (Van Dijk, 2009, p.
The global processes, or the macrostructures, determine the overall meanings of the elements, or macrostructures, of the discourse.
1 to 3 document the macrostructures of penetration weld 1.
Aspects of the formation of various types of micro- and macrostructures in solids and liquids, the physical mechanisms of which remain to a large degree unclear, are of particular importance [2].
Figure 4 compares the macrostructures of the ingots produced by electroslag remelting and ESR TC with a diameter of 500 mm, melted from the same electrodes in a single ESR furnace and at the same type of slag 1/3-1/3-1/3 and at the same power, generated in the slag pool.
In consequence, this present study tries to look for the answers to several questions: what the text is about, which semantic macrostructures (topics) can be deduced from the text, how they are linked, which are the assumptions regarding the other-migrant's discourse.
When referring to macrostructures (chapter 2), the book advocates their analytical character because that is what users (LSP students and translators) really need.