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Revista signos

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MARINKOVICH, Juana  and  BENITEZ, Ricardo. Aproximaciones al análisis intertextual del discurso científico. Rev. signos [online]. 2000, vol.33, n.48, pp.117-128. ISSN 0718-0934.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-09342000004800009.

One of the fundamental areas in the study of discourse is intertextual analysis, particularly if we share the notion that one of the requirements for a text to be considered as such is to identify how it depends on prior knowledge of other texts. In fact, various specialists have revised and expanded knowledge on the phenomenon of intertextuality. The purpose of this work is, on one hand, to revise the various concepts currently associated with intertextuality and, on the other, to establish a basic framework that will help analyze discourse from this perspective, particularly scientific discourse. This type of discourse provides fertile ground for intertextual analysis due to the ever-increasing relevance of studies on how scientific communities build their own discourse.

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