Critical Linguist and Critycal Discourse Analysis


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Critical Linguist and Critycal Discourse Analysis

  1. 1.   Bitalika Nita Fitri Febrina  Jeehan Alamudi  Rahayu Setyowati  Yolanda Prismawati
  2. 2. Michael Alexander Kirkwood Halliday (often M.A.K. Halliday) (born 13 April 1925) is a British-born Australian linguist who developed the internationally influential systemic functional linguistics model of language.
  3. 3. Two famous theory by Halliday 1. Language as Social Semiotic       the social interpretation of language and meaning. text, context, regis- ter, code, lingual system, social structure
  4. 4. 2 . Linguistics as Social Action takes language as the primary dimension of human cooperative activity.
  5. 5. Halliday’s trail in Critical Lingustics 1. View in the nature instrumental in linguistics. 2. View in the influence of social hierarchy on the social structure 3. view of the text is a process sosiosemantics 4. view of the unity of the text with its context
  6. 6. Critical Discourse Analyze  The analysis of language in use by using the paradigm of critical language.  Critical discourse analyze using the text to be analyzed. The result is not to obtain an overview of aspects of language, but rather relate to the context.
  7. 7. Halliday’s trail in critical discourse analysis 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The views of the projected text to a high level. The views of the dicourse as a action The views about the rule of context in the production and interpretation of discourse The views of the dialectical relationship between micro structure and macro structure The views of the study of language is the study of the nature of text trilogy – the context – the context of interrelated cultural
  8. 8. Conclusion Halliday theories,’ language as social semiotics’ and ‘Language as social politics action’ implementation applyed can be find in critical linguistics Fowler, and critical discourse analisys Fairclough.
  9. 9. Thank You 
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