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haghparast L. The Representation of Social Actors in the Story of Bahman's Vengeance Seeking from Shahnama and Bahmanama (Based on the Socio-semantic Elements in Critical Discourse Analysis). LRR. 2012; 3 (2) :1-27
URL: http://lrr.modares.ac.ir/article-14-3705-en.html
Ph.D.و Student of Persian language and literature Ferdowsi University of Mashhad
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The main aim of this research is finding the similarities and differences between the representations of social actors in the two different versions of Bahman’s vengeance seeking. Accordingly, the author tried to find the ideological background behind the two texts and show the difference in impression by studying socio-semantic elements that Theo Van Leeuwen offered in his suggested pattern and comparing them with the corresponding parts in Shahnama and Bahmannama. The results showed that some branches of the two main methods are exclusion, and inclusion is to some extent visible in both texts. Also association, dissociation, nomination and categorization along with their subsets are the techniques used to represent the social actors. Analysis of the two texts clearly shows that Bahman in Shahnama is seeking legitimacy for his goal while he has the authority and individuality in Bahmannama while he does not need to use persuasive and approval seeking techniques; so representations of social actors in Shahnama are more than in Bahmannama and they were used deliberately.
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Article Type: Research Paper | Subject: Discourse Analysis|Sociology of Language|The use of language
Published: 2011/11/30

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