By Teun A. van Dijk
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This paragraph does not provide specification; rather it gives a generalization: the actual decision is part of a larger issue. Such a generalization is important in the specification of context or backgrounds to a story. Lebanese Committee Named to Secure Release of Moslem, Christian Hostages New York Times Service BEIRUT — The Lebanese cabinet appointed on Wednesday a special committee to secure the release of hostages held by rival Moslem and Christian militias and to investigate the fate of other missing persons.
We observe again that macroreduction in the press is based on deletion of irrelevant local details, and on the script-based subsumption of normal conditions, components, or consequences under a higher level macroaction, in which actors may be represented only by their role designations. S. AND AUSTRALIAN PROTESTS AGAINST INDONESIA as main headline. From this rather informal discussion of topics in news discourse, we may provisionally conclude that the main principles of macrostructure interpretation are also relevant for news discourse.
Macrorules essentially reduce information. This reduction can take place in three different ways. First, we can simply delete all information that is no longer relevant in the rest of the text, such as local details. Second, we can take a sequence of propositions and replace them by one generalization. Instead of saying that we have a cat, a dog and a canary, we can more succinctly say that we have pets. Third, we can replace a sequence of propositions that denote the usual conditions, components, or consequences of an act or event by one macroproposition that denotes the act or event as a whole.
News As Discourse by Teun A. van Dijk