|Title:||DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF POLITICAL SPEECH|
|Authors:||ID Mešnjak, Monika (Author)|
ID Šabec, Nada (Mentor) More about this mentor...
|Files:|| UNI_Mesnjak_Monika_2012.pdf (1,19 MB)|
|Work type:||Undergraduate thesis (m5)|
|Typology:||2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis|
|Organization:||FF - Faculty of Arts|
|Abstract:||Nowadays, research on political speeches has become an important subject of linguistic studies. Discourse presents a language above the sentence or above the clause. Functional approach to discourse analysis is an effective way of determining the basic characteristics of political speech. Its purpose is to perceive language as a social practice. Language users do not function in isolation, but rather in a set of cultural, social, and psychological composition. Therefore discourse analysis must focus on how politicians think and consequently design their speech. In order to achieve this, metafunctions of language must be determined, as well as other functional components, which together combine the systemic functional linguistics. Political speeches are also known for their use of figures of speech, such as euphemisms, substitution, and metaphors, and other devices of language structures, for instance cohesion, the rule of three, and parallelism. This is why discourse analysis is a useful tool for translators and interpretors. Translating political speech is an important, even crucial part of spreading the discourse across individual language barriers, making it available to international audiences, giving it greater power and influence, and thus reaching more people. |
|Keywords:||political speech, discourse analysis, process, metafunctions, translation|
|Year of publishing:||2012|
|Publication date in DKUM:||17.09.2012|
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