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political power
held by politicians, the police force and those working in law court
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personal power
those who hold power as a result of the occupation or role e.g teacher
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social power
those who hold power as a result of social variables such as class, gender and age
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instrumental power
used to maintain and enforce authority
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influential power
used to influence or persuade others
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what falls under the categorie fairclough
power behind discourse, power in discourse and ideology
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power in discourse
the ways in which language is manifested through language
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power behind discourse
the focus on the social and ideological reasons behind the enactment of power
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ideology
a set of belief systems, attitudes or a world held by an individual or groups
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noun
often defined by the name of a person, animal, place, concept or thing. it identifies what we want to talk about
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example of propper nouns
Christmas
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examply of abstract nouns
dream, hope
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examply of concrete nouns
blanket
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material verb
describles actions or events e.g hit, run, eat
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relation verb
describes state of being e.g seem, appear
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dynamic verb process
process where there is a change in state over time e.g paint, remove, eat
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stative verb process
process where the situation remains constant e.g love, hot, believe
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singular first person subject
I
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singular first person object
me
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singular first person possessive
my
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singular second person subject
you
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singular second person object
you
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singular second person possesive
your
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singular third person subject
he/she
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singular third person object
him/her
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singular third person possesive
his/her
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first person PLURAL subject
we
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first person PLURAL object
us
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first person PLURAL possesive
our
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second person plural subject
you
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second person plural object
you
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second person plural possesive
your
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third person plural subject
they
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third person plural object
them
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third person plural possessive
their
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imperetives
oommand
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interogotive
question
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declaratives
statement
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exclamatives
exclamation marks
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phonology
study of the sound system
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phonetics
deals with actual sound and speach
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synthetic personalisation
construction between producer and reciever
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formulation
the rewording of anothers contribution by a powerful participant to impose a certain understanding
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power asymmetry
a marked difference in the power status of individuals involved in discourse
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unequal ecounter
an alternative term for asymmetrical, highlighting the power one speaker has over another
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constraints
ways in which more powerful participants may control or block the contributions of the less powerful participant
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deborah Tannen and (language and gender)
claims that to many men a complaint is a challenge to find a solution
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episemic
high level of reliability 'will' however not certain
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deontic
much stronger and deffinite 'must'
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those who hold power as a result of the occupation or role e.g teacher

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personal power

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those who hold power as a result of social variables such as class, gender and age

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used to maintain and enforce authority

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used to influence or persuade others

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