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Analytical Study of Quotations in Mohammad Daoudia’s Journalistic Writings

Author Affiliations

  • 1Al-Huson University College, Al-Balqa Applied University, Jordan

Res. J. Language and Literature Sci., Volume 11, Issue (1), Pages 1-6, January,19 (2024)


Language is a means of communication and knowledge that individuals utilize to express their desires and share their cultural innovations through various disciplines. In order to enrich their writing, authors rely on a multitude contemporary and former sources, including linguistic and historical citations and quotations texts. The present study aims atexamining the quotations in MohammadDaoudia’s newspaper articles. The study's data were comprised of articles authored by Daoudia and published on Jordanian news websites in January 2022. The findings showed that the writer quoted directly and indirectly from a wide range of historical, religious, poetic, prose, and official sources. Additionally, the results demonstrated that the writer used these quotations in various ways and for functions.


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