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LINGUISTIC MANIPULATION: DEFINITION AND TYPES
LINGUISTIC MANIPULATION: DEFINITION AND TYPES

Author(s): Akopova Asya
Subject(s): Cognitive linguistics
Published by: Удружење за развој науке, инжењерства и образовања
Keywords: theory of speech manipulation; intentional manipulation; non-intentional manipulation; communication; legal linguistics;

Summary/Abstract: The article touches upon basic aspects of the theory of speech acts that is defined as influence exercised upon a human being or a group of people through speech and related non-verbal means by the speaker in order to achieve definite aims, i.e. to change the listener’s behavior, his mental set, intentions, perceptions, evaluations, etc. in the course of verbal interaction.

  • Issue Year: 1/2013
  • Issue No: 2
  • Page Range: 78-82
  • Page Count: 4
  • Language: English