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Text as interface between institution and audience

The text acts as an interface between the institution that has created the text and the audience that will recieve the text. There are three basic ways of looking at the role of the text in this relationship.

An Active institutional view is that meaning is 'transmitted' by the text from the institution to the audience. The institution is seen as active and the audience as passive reciever.


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