Emotive Language in Real Estate Advertisements on the Internet
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The goal of the research:
to find out how often emotive language is used in the real estate advertisements on the Internet according to changes in market buoyancy
To achieve the goal of the research, the following objectives have been set:
to find out the secondary sources on the language of advertisements
to find out ten advertisements that were published on the Internet at different time
to examine the difference of the language of these advertisements according to the market buoyancy
to draw relevant conclusions
to present the results in the form of a report
In the real estate advertisements on the Internet emotive language is more frequently used under the conditions of property market standstill.
The main method used in the present research paper is linguistic discourse analysis, which comprises analyzing the ways that specific features of language contribute to the interpretation of texts in their various contexts.
Real estate advertisements on the Internet
The present paper is divided into four parts, each of them being called a chapter.
This chapter contains the literature review, which describes research on the similar topics, made previously and published.
In this chapter the method and procedure of the present research are presented. It consists of the description of the method used in the research and the plan, according to which the work has been done.
This chapter is considered to be the most important part of the present research, since it comprises the results. In this chapter the obtained findings are shown and depicted in the form of a bar graph.
This is the last chapter which is devoted to the conclusion. In this chapter the whole work is summed up and the conclusions are provided.…
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