An Overview of Focal Approaches of Critical Discourse Analysis

Maryam Jahedi, Faiz Sathi Abdullah, Jayakaran Mukundan

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This article aims to present detailed accounts of central approaches to Critical Discourse Analysis. It focuses on the work of three prominent scholars such as Fairclough’s critical approach, Wodak’s discourse-historical approach and Van Dijk’s socio-cognitive approach. This study concludes that a combination of these three approaches can be useful to critical analysis of texts.

Keywords: Critical Discourse Analysis; Discourse-historical Approach; Socio-cognitive Approach


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