Language and power summary

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  • Created on: 29-03-14 23:38
U O C L E L X B E F D X G I C Y Y V G A V
P O L I T I C A L P O W E R H A N J N G O
B B I B C N R O M P F Q E U I L G X D F B
N X R E P I S T E M I C M O D A L I T Y C
X S J A G E N D A S E T T I N G G P L M T
B U N E Q U A L E N C O U N T E R X O P P
D E C L A R A T I V E S E N T E N C E S V
G T B Y V J D E W E I T U E P F K U Q D O
H T A T I X I Y H P G S P W V J C O D N F
Y N S R D E O N T I C M O D A L I T Y H L
I M P E R A T I V E S E N T E N C E S W N
O Y B X Y H T R D D K G R N B G O P Q K C
V F A E X N J R R M M U A F J W G E V R V
T R A N S A C T I O N A L S P E E C H U N
C U S K R A V U Q B Q S K A I E Q E F C L
F A L L Q Q U N B E G N H W F Y T X C I H
L K I N F L U E N T I A L P O W E R H T C
W O N Y Q J P H P D L R G J D Y F S J U F
O S O C I A L G R O U P P O W E R I M I R
W I B F H F W D G L Y S K V W O J B M J Y
A W V A A D M F V F G U G A N W V O J H I

Clues

  • A power relationship when one participant is more powerful than another (7, 9)
  • A set of topics that needs to be covered by a powerful participant (6, 7)
  • Modal auxilary verbs e.g. "must" which express degrees of necessity and obligation (7, 8)
  • Modal auxilary verbs that clarify any degrees of possibility (9, 8)
  • Power held as a result of social variables (6, 5, 5)
  • Power held by the police, politicians and those working with the law (9, 5)
  • Power used to influence/persuade (11, 5)
  • Sentences that form commands/orders (10, 9)
  • Sentences that make a statement (11, 9)
  • Speech that has the aim of getting something done (13, 6)

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