power in language

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this makes the agreement look like instuctions which show power through instucting the student.
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graphology
graphology is used through putting the main points into bold and eg 'READ THIS CAREFULLY'
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imperatives
they are used to tell the student what they should follow, ' respect for others'
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exclaimatives
shows the student the expressin of how the person in power would say it to show the urgency of the matter
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pre modifiers
they give more detail which entice's the student to read on more to what they have to follow
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in direct
the use of indireect language shows that its what a group of people have to follow, trying to sound less blunt and forceful.
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personal pronouns
they are used to directly adress the audience, showing power through calling out the individual.
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personal pronouns
this theory is proved by Fairclough, showing the second person prounoun whuch creates a bond, creating synthetic personalisation. influencing power
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grices maxims
to show power the text follows the maxims to make complete sense, it stays relivent and has a high quality throughout
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graphology is used through putting the main points into bold and eg 'READ THIS CAREFULLY'

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they are used to tell the student what they should follow, ' respect for others'

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shows the student the expressin of how the person in power would say it to show the urgency of the matter

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they give more detail which entice's the student to read on more to what they have to follow

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