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This book gives a precise look over first personal pronouns and modality in political discourses of Abdelilah Benkirane on the base of Hallidayian Systemic Functional Grammar from critical perspective of Norman Fairclough.
For this importance, the speeches of Abdelilah Benkirane during the campaign for the elections of November 2011 are critically analyzed in order to arrive at a better understanding of the nature of his political discourse.
At the end it is concluded that Abdelilah Benkirane uses “we” and “I” the most in his speeches for creating an intimate relationship with his audience.
Furthermore, by using different modal auxiliaries especially the frequent use of high value, Benkirane presents his attitudes on the Arab spring and the 20th February movement, which can influence the attitudes and beliefs of his audience.
Nabil Belmekki graduated an MA in Applied linguistics from Moulay Ismail University and earned distinguished student prizes.
Currently, he is pursuing PhD in Discourse Creativity & Society at Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah, Fes.
He is also a teacher of English.
Discourse Analysis, Semiotics and language education constitute his major research areas.
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