The Compound Control in the Sermons of the Umayyad Authority
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Universidad de Granada
Controlled speechComplexDirectionSermons, ShannonUmayyad authority
Jameel Badawi Hamad Al-Magsoosi, Ahmed Abdulridha Kadhim (2023). The Compound Control in the Sermons of the Umayyad Authority .Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers,Vol. 14(5).618-625. [DOI: 10.47750/jett.2023.14.05.055]
The research addresses the effectiveness of compound direction in shaping directive discourse. It grants the speaker the right to gather a greater number of directive mechanisms to establish a beneficial discourse strategy. This makes each directional approach complement the other, supporting the accomplishment of discourse actions and assisting in achieving the various purposes and goals of the speaker. This type of compound direction is manifested by utilizing directive mechanisms such as the use of invocation, command, prohibition, interrogation, warning, and others. This was practiced by the speakers of authority during times of preventing opposition and revolutions. Compound direction stirs the behavior of the addressees, manipulating their minds for quick response, creating a unified directional discourse characterized by the content of power, intensity, and aggression.