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Surname 1 First Last Name Name of Instructor Course Date Discourse Analysis of The Great Barrier Reef Conservation The discourse analysis used for many purposes that includes; analysis of spoken work, written or used as a sign language or an event that could be semiotic. Discourse analysis objects include: conversations, the written and communication explained out as propositions, as sentences, as speech. As opposed to the traditional linguistics, the discourse analysis figures out the use of language in the natural setting. Another related field is the text linguistics. However, discourse analysis is different such that it reveals out the social-psychological behaviors of an individual as opposed to the structure of the text in the text linguistics(Fairclough, 15). The topics involved in discourse analysis include; dimensions, genres, the relation with power and context and the relation to memory. In the Great Barrier Reef, the disposal concerning the destruction of spoilage of the Great Barrier Rift at the marine park in need for the expansion of the port in the Abbot point in Australia has been a major issue that receives much attention from the media. The media is seen to play a significant role in showing out the risk perceptions of different people, and the impact it has on the decision making in the policy sector. Media analysis is seen to give out the answers to how the risks were being presented, the person behind the risk perceptions, how this media coverage has changed with the change in time. The outcome of the study is expressed out in four themes that is; socioeconomic, environmental, industrial and equilibrium disasters.
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Surname 2 The four essential features of the discourse analysis are as follows. The text or the conversation should be easily or naturally found. This indicates that the text should not be invented, like in the pragmatics, psycholinguistics, or in the philosophy of the linguistics . Some analysts are against this idea while others are for it. The words that are being used should be easy to understand in the context. This could help in getting the defense for the distant background. The analysts should also be very sensitive to the wording that shows the non-literal meaning(Stubbs, 14). Finally, the analysts should be able to explain the actions that can be social and outline the consequences that could be seen from the words as it is enjoyed by the individuals who wrote the piece. Australia natural environment is being endangered. Bleaching which results from the change in the climate has damaged approximately a quarter of the coral in a period of twelve months, and scientists do not seem to find a solution for it. With the help of photos and data, Guardian report has been given out showing the investigation of how devastation has been done on the reef and the major ways of how it can be controlled(Mark,07). The force that attracted Richard Vevers was the smell that arose from the ridge showing the death of something. He
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