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The organon model[1][2]
The organon model[1][2]

The organon model, formulated by German psychologist and linguist Karl Ludwig Bühler (27 May 1879 – 24 October 1963), [3] defined the functions of communication according to which linguistic communication can be described. Bühler's work influenced Roman Jakobson for his communication model.

Bühler identified the following three communicative functions:

  • the expressive function (Ausdrucksfunktion)
  • the representation function (Darstellungsfunktion)
  • the conative function (Appellfunktion, i.e. appealing function).

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  1. ^ Bühler, Karl (1934). Sprachtheorie. Oxford, England: Fischer.
  2. ^ Bühler, Karl (1934/1990). The Theory of Language: The Representational Function of Language (Sprachtheorie), p. 35. Translated by Donald Fraser Goodwin. Amsterdam: John Benjamin's Publishing Company. ISSN 0168-2555.
  3. ^ "Kommunikation im Wandel –Vergangenheit und Zukunft im Blick". May 21, 2015.
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