Un corpus discursivo de los discursos de Donald Trump entre 2015 y 2022

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Miguel Castro Fernandez
Polytechnic José Antonio Echeverría


Este estudio examina las elecciones lingüísticas de Trump durante las crisis de 2015 y 2022. También se centra en el uso que hace Trump de estructuras modales, formas comparativas y superlativas y pronombres. Los objetivos del estudio se lograron: los sustantivos, pronombres y auxiliares modales fueron utilizados con mayor frecuencia por Donald Trump y las palabras utilizadas con mayor frecuencia por Donald Trump entre 2015 y 2022 utilizando el paradigma tridimensional de Análisis Crítico del Discurso de Fairclough (1995). Trump usa "yo" y "nosotros" para enfatizar la superioridad y supremacía estadounidense en sus conversaciones, según el estudio.

Los resultados de este estudio revelaron que Trump utilizó encuestas para evaluar su popularidad en la campaña electoral. Cuando las encuestas favorecían a la campaña de Trump.


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