Mechanisms Of Influence on The Recipient in The Language of The Prophet's Speech a Deliberative Study

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The hadith of the Prophet represents a masterpiece of human communication and a class of sacred and great texts after the Holy Qur’an. It is pragmatically controlled by a combination of linguistic and non-linguistic elements.

The Noble Messenger (may God bless him and his family) is the first teacher sent as a mercy to the worlds, and he is the most eloquent of the Arabs and the most eloquent of eloquents, and his hadiths narrated about him are the path that leads to the rulings of this religion.

Research and studies have abounded on the language of the Prophet’s discourse, but there is an aspect in it that did not receive the required attention related to the mechanisms of influencing the recipient, and it is a topic in the field of deliberation, which has increased interest and research in it recently, because it touched in its topics what other approaches overlooked.

In our view, such studies are useful, because many people read and hear the hadiths of the Prophet, but without knowing all of their contents and implications, as well as the extent of their impact on the recipient and the extent of the interaction of those addressed with them.

We divided the research into two sections, a preface and a conclusion. In the preface, we explained: pragmatics and the language of the Prophet’s discourse. In the first topic, we dealt with (mechanisms of influence on the linguistic recipient), which includes (suspense and excitement), (and enticement), (repetition), (similarity) and (softening.f). General Atmosphere (Report) and (Intonation(

As for the second topic, it was devoted to (non-linguistic mechanisms of influence on the recipient), which included (silence), (using hand movement), (changing the sitting position), (changing facial features), (smiling) and (drawing on the ground), and stamping. The search mentioned the most important findings of the search

I ask God to bless us with good deeds and useful knowledge and to guide us to what He loves and is pleased with.

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