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    Hi!I'm currently doing my A2 English Language coursework, and for it, I have chosen 4 political speeches, from 2 men from different countries, and 2 women from different countries and I was wondering what my hypothesis should be for it?Thanks
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    What element of language are you wanting to focus on? Looking at those speeches provides a whole host of things you could study. For example: how different genders use language to exert power, how different contexts effect how politicians use language (so looking at what is going on in each country at the time of the speech and seeing how/if it effects the language), how age impacts on language of politics (if they are of varying ages)...
 
 
 
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