LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF SURAT AN-ANUR BASED ON SPEECH ACT THEORY

  • Shahriar Giti University of Mohaghegh Ardabili
  • Shahla Mohammad Karimi Universiti of Mohaghegh Arabili
  • Fatemeh yusefi University of Mohaghegh Ardabili
Palavras-chave: Speech Action, Discourse Analysis, Surah Noor, J. L. Austin

Resumo

Speech theory is one of the most important linguistic theories. This theory is subdivided into discourse analysis which is one of the approaches proposed in the field of linguistics. This theory in the thirties by Jay. L. Austin was raised. The present study, considering the context and content of the verses, has analyzed Surah Noor from the perspective of spoken action. This study concludes with an analytical-comparative method. The structures used in these verses are: statement, exhortation, commitment, and revelation. The purpose of Sura is to warn in the form of punishment. In This chapter highlights the importance of protecting the privacy and respect of individuals in the community and in the family.

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2020-04-23
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GITI, S.; MOHAMMAD KARIMI, S.; YUSEFI, F. LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF SURAT AN-ANUR BASED ON SPEECH ACT THEORY. Gênero & Direito, v. 9, n. 03, 23 abr. 2020.
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