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Title: A Critical discourse analysis of President Bush’s speech outlining Strategy for Victory in Iraq
Other Titles: Ph©n tÝch diÔn ng«n phª ph¸n bµi ph¸t biÓu cña Tæng thèng G.W. Bush ph¸c th¶o chiÕn L­îc giµnh th¾ng lîi ë Iraq
Authors: Tran Thi Van, Thuy
Keywords: A Critical discourse analysis of President Bush’s speech outlining Strategy for Victory in Iraq
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: ULIS
Abstract: Language has been long considered a means of communication. We learn language to communicate to one another, to construct the actual world around us as well as the possible worlds in the mind. Language is also said to be a social phenomenon. It reflects the reality, and simultaneously demonstrates the ways we understand and think about the worlds. And thus, any study of language should be the study of language in use. However, not every one sees the study of language as “an inquiry into the way a language is used … other than that expressed by conventional means” (Winddowson, 1975). This is the first reason leading me to the choice of studying and viewing Mr. Bush’s speech as discourse (language in use) with an attempt to prove that seeing and analyzing this speech as a discourse – a communicative and interpersonal process we can go to the heart of the transcript speech to uncover the intended messages.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1896
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