Since "descripted" is a traditional term for "described" (used in legal circles for legally-binding documents and instruments), it seems logical to me that "descripted discourse" is probably communication or linguistics that have been described and annotated, according to certain parameters for the purpose of "discourse analysis." (See Wikipedia definition and branches of the science of discourse analysis.) It stands to reason that before an analyst can study communication and linguistic patterns, those patterns and methods of discourse must be described. Of course, no scientist worth her/his salt would merely say their experiment described the conversation between two people in order to study the patterns -- the term would be scientifically descripted discourse. Just a guess, but it sounds good, doesn't it?
Kronos or Cronus was usually descripted with a sickle.
they are good descriptive words to describe the main subject.
indirect discourse is a part of a sspeech indirect discourse is indirect discourse
what is a discourse
critical discourse analysis is an interdisciplinary approach of discourse analysis
by their intended audience
Discourse can mean to talk at length and formally about a topic. Such as: "The lecturer gave a discourse on the environment ... "
Discourse is the way different people speak. Google "The Tree Metaphor" for a nice demonstraion about discourse
I took a class on discourse analysis.
Discourse on Metaphysics was created in 1686.
Discourse on the Method was created in 1637.
Discourse on Inequality was created in 1754.
Heavenly Discourse was created in 1927.
Discourse Studies was created in 1999.
Reverse Discourse was created in 2002.
smell, hear, feel (texture), taste, see (visual)
Text is description, discourse is speech.
There are four major types of discourse. These major types of discourse include argumentation, narration, description, as well as an exposition.
Oral discourse - "well" or "so" - like you would when you are just about to tell a story. Written discourse - "however" or "on the other hand" - shows digression from one topic to another.
Discourse is key to an open, trustworthy,and understanding relationship.
Any discourse which is created for the purpose of military or in the context of military.
A Discourse on the Study of the Law was created in 1758.
Discourse about the Provision of Money was created in 1502.
King Follett discourse was created in 1844.