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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Reading 1.3

Reading 1.3

Rules and regulation

In this reading 1.3, it explains how the way of the language is organized can tell us about the relationship between the writer and the intended audience. The forms of language in use are a part of as well as a consequence of social process. It is the way we speak and write indicates the social circumstance of both writer and reader. Language can allows us to manage our behavior, as well as influencing or controlling that of others.

If a writer understands how a people in a particular social groups use language, then se that language to manipulate them. Rules are instruction for behaving in ways which will bring about an intended or desired state. By writing the rules, a rule writer is claiming the knowledge and authority to command obedience of these rules.

If the writer and reader agree on their roles relationship, then the writer establishes dominance over the reader. This is a power relationship. In this relationship, the writer of the rules is the commander and the readers are commanded. Furthermore declarative and imperative express the relation between speaker and addressee in differing ways. Declarative is statements which assert something as a fact, as if the reader or listener cannot argue with it. Examples during the presentation, the presenter said that ‘the sky is blue/ ‘I am a boy’.

Impact from the rules and regulation are:
* Give us awareness towards rules and regulation in our daily life.
* The important of having rules and regulation in a society of a community.

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