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Volume :46 Issue : 178 2020      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

The Cohesion Mechanisms in the Speeches of his Highness the Amir of Kuwait During the Years 2018-2019.

Auther : Dr. Najah T. El-Zaidy

The Goal of the Study: To explain the mechanisms of cohesion in the speeches of the Emir of Kuwait during the years 2018-2019, considering the importance of those speeches in recent times due to their great influence, contemplation of the current events, their variety in term of occasions and topics as well as the appreciation His Highness has locally and internationally.
Study Methodology: It used the descriptive method based on inventory (complete and partial).
Sample and Study Data: The research was applied to (13) letters, which are all the speeches of His Highness, from January 1st, 2018 until the end of March 2019.
Study Results: The study found out that Cohesion in those letters was one of the most important things that maintained the text through two important ways: grammatical cohesion via referrals and coherence via repetition. In addition, using statistics in following up repetition and referrals had great benefits in controlling the results and the ability of applying them on other letters. Also, applying textual criteria on important political texts had a great benefit of identifying the directions of the originator of this text as well as what the means and mechanism of that textual can express of His Hinges insights and way of thinking.
Conclusion: Those who write those speeches linguistically should take into consideration: paying attention to the statistic data as an important mechanism in textual studies, especially with such important political texts, and building those speeches via the different textual coherence criteria due to the fact that the latter is important content and form-wise and makes a great impact on the addressees.


Keywords: Towards Text, Textual Coherence, Cohesion, Referral.

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