ANGER REPRESENTATION IN BIBLICAL DISCOURSE

Keywords: anger, Bible, conflict, discourse, representation

Abstract

This article aims at presenting anger as a negative emotion that generates conflict recorded and represented in the Biblical discourse. The main objective of this study is to present the cognitive, functional, and pragmatic dimensions of anger as an emotion leading to conflicts, wars and destruction. In this study the applied research methodology belongs to the discursive psychology incorporating the research tools of cognitive, and functional linguistics as well as Speech Act Theory to analyze the research material coming from The Holy Bible: New International Version, (HBNIV, 1984).

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Online sources
[1] https://allpsych.com/dictionary/emotion.
Published
2020-09-03
How to Cite
Oberda, K. (2020). ANGER REPRESENTATION IN BIBLICAL DISCOURSE. Studia Methodologica, 50, 23-33. https://doi.org/10.25128/2304-1222.20.50.03