Nominalizations in scientific and political genres

To this end and based on the proposed approach, it aims to critically and eclectically exemplify and dissect three speeches delivered by Mr. Barack Obama, former president of the US, to first manifest the integrated approach practicality and adeptness through analysis; then by virtue of analysis to unveil how language is manipulated and distorted by orators in order to convey seamlessly intended messages and political creeds to the audience.

Nominalizations in scientific and political genres

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Contact Bahram Kazemian Grammatical metaphor is divided into two broad areas:
Item Preview Selection of these textbooks was motivated by consulting 10 ELT professors. Analysis started by identifying nominalization instances and recurrent patterns of nominalization in the books through adopting a mixed approach.
Personal Information: Science Publishing Group Grammatical metaphor is divided into two broad areas: This article focuses on the first type of grammatical metaphor, i.

Nominalizations in scientific and political genres: A systemic functional linguistics perspective International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences IJHSS Bahram Kazemian Download Find in your library Abstract Language, science and politics go together and learning these genres is to learn a language created for codifying, extending and conveying scientific and political knowledge.

Grammatical metaphor is divided into two broad areas: This article focuses on the first type of grammatical metaphor, i.

Nominalizations in scientific and political genres

The principal objective of the current work is to analyze a corpus comprising 10 scientific and 10 political texts.

The Ideational Grammatical Metaphor framework was used to carry out an analysis on these texts to pinpoint their similarities and dissimilarities.

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The analysis indicates that Ideational Grammatical Metaphor has dominated political and scientific texts and is used approximately with the same frequency in both genres and the prevailing process types in both are material and relational types. Consequently, the tone of the writing is more abstract, pretentious and formal.

In science, instances of IGM enable technicalizing and rationalizing; and in politics they deal with dominance, provocation, persuasion toward an intended objective.

Based on the findings of this study, some implications can be drawn for academic writing and reading as well as translators and teachers involved in writing and reading pedagogy.In scientific, this is done by several important functions like encapsulating, compacting and creating technical, expert and professional terms .

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Nominalizations in Scientific and Political Genres: A Systemic Functional Linguistics Perspective transfer these features from one language into the other. Besides, many times, students relate metaphor to the lexical domain of language and literature and don’t know the influential role of metaphor in a grammatical sense.

nominalizations in scientific textbooks and the dearth of studies of this type, the current study explores the and genres (Liardét, ), through a series of choices of “what goes together with Raghami, ), in political and health texts (Tabrizi & Nabifar, ), in English.

Nominalizations in scientific and political genres

The Study of Process and Quality Nominalizations in the Abstracts of Linguistic Research Articles Lei YUE & Yi ZHANG* genres, including academic discourse, such as abstracts in research articles. is often used in scientific, legal and political style, because these styles are comparatively formal (Hu Zhuanglin.

Nominalizations in Scientific and Political genres: A systemic functional linguistics perspective.