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:: Volume 11, Issue 36 (1-2024) ::
qjal 2024, 11(36): 229-251 Back to browse issues page
Lexical analysis of surveillance discourse in Iran's legal system; Emphasizing Foucault's paleontological method
Mahdi Hadavand , Javad Yahyazadeh *
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"check", as a fundamental discourse in public law, builds the foundation of modern legal systems. It can even be claimed that the most important function of the legal government, i.e. guaranteeing and protecting the rights and freedoms of citizens, is also realized through check. However, the multiplicity of check vocabulary and the ambiguity in understanding the dimensions and multifaceted functions of this discourse have made it necessary to clarify the vocabulary of check. Therefore, the main question of this article is "What are the lexical systems of check discourse in Iran's legal system?" In order to answer this question, with a qualitative method based on Foucaultian paleontology and data collection through a library, an effort was made to analyze the discourse of check with special emphasis on "object" among the four Foucaultian paleontological elements - "object", "subject", "concepts" and "Strategy", the lexical system of monitoring at three levels, "lexical", "terminological" and "its practical examples in Iran's legal system" should be examined. The findings of this research show that firstly, eight important keywords can be highlighted from among the many words corresponding to check and by checking the lexical, idiomatic and practical meanings, they can be used in a precise language in their appropriate context. It is also possible to classify the check lexical system based on the lexical and terminological inference obtained, based on two important components "depth" - including shallow and deep lexical system - and "substance" - including administrative (both financial and policing), political and judicial - and from this Row revealed some inappropriate language usages in Iran's legal system.
Keywords: Check, Discourse, Object, Archeology, Foucault, Denotative analysis.
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
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hadavand M, yahyazadeh J. Lexical analysis of surveillance discourse in Iran's legal system; Emphasizing Foucault's paleontological method. qjal 2024; 11 (36) :229-251
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Volume 11, Issue 36 (1-2024) Back to browse issues page
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