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    STUDIA PHILOLOGIA - Issue no. 4 / 2006  
         
  Article:   TECHNIQUES OF MANIPULATION IN POLITICAL DISCOURSE / MANIPULATIONSTECHNIKEN IM POLITISCHEN DISKURS.

Authors:  RALUCA OCTAVIA ZGLOBIU.
 
       
         
  Abstract:  The aim of this paper is not to describe in depth the mechanisms of manipulation and to carry out an exhaustive analysis of the matter as Muchielli (2002), Slama-Cazacu (2000), Bellenger (1992) or Wierbicki (1996) have so successfully done in their extensive studies dedicated to the problems of manipulation, but to point out a few key aspects of the problem of manipulation seen from the perspective of the political discourse. Manipulation will not be viewed and discussed as a phenomena that may occur in discourse (any type of discourse), but as an important procedure widely used nowadays in political discourse, as well as an important tool for gaining control and power within the political arena.  
         
     
         
         
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