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Issue № 45. August 2014

Discourse Markers in Oral Political Discourse

Galina M. Vishnevskaya, Nikita I. Kremen

Galina M. Vishnevskaya — Ph.D., Professor, Ivanovo State University, Ivanovo, Russian Federation.
E-mail: galamail2002@mail.ru

Nikita I. Kremen — graduate student, Ivanovo State University, Ivanovo, Russian Federation.
E-mail: kremen.nikita@gmail.com

The article discusses linguistic aspects of modern political discourse. The research aims at describing the use of discourse markers by American politicians in political debates. The classifications and functions of discourse markers as reflected in linguistic literature are analyzed. Special attention is given to the distribution of the units in question and their intonation characteristics in the speech of American politicians.

Keywords

Political linguistics, political discourse, discourse markers, functions, distribution patterns, intonation patterns.

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