King Abdullah II Anti-Terrorism Ideology: A Critical Discourse Analysis Perspective

Sami K. Khawaldeh, Wafa abu Hatab

Abstract


The present paper investigates Anti-terrorism Ideology (ATI) in King Abdullah II of Jordan political discourse following a critical discourse methodology and focusing on three speeches delivered in 2015. The socio-cognitive approach is adopted as an analytical framework to decipher the underlying ideological attitudes and meanings that are encoded in these speeches. The study revealed that semantic aspects including lexical choices, repetition, and presupposition have been employed to construct (ATI) that aimed at creating a negative mental image of terrorists and a positive image of Islam.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijl.v10i6.13202

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