Emerging Trends in Pakistani Politics: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Political Leaders’ Hate Speeches
The study aims to examining the global ramifications of various statements made by Pakistani politicians. The primary goal of this article is to analyses a politician's speech in the framework of sociology. Critical Discourse Analysis has become increasingly important as a teaching technique. Employ projected lectures and interviews to analyse the effects of the concepts, particularly in Pakistani culture. Throughout history, notable individuals have utilised languages as a tool for measurement. CDAs are required to provide contextual and meaning-based analyses of any kind of speech or interview while working. They give the context in which the speakers' assertions regarding their own social, political, regional, or cultural roots fair consideration. Analysis has grown in relevance and is now an essential teaching tool. Critical discourse analysis has significant benefits for spoken and written communication. "Interpretation" is the second level in the Fairclough framework. In this phase, we attempt to determine why a speaker is discussing a certain issue and what they want to achieve by doing so. Specialists in Critical Discourse Theory (CDT) believe that both the language and its effects present a serious issue. Critical studies analyze these popular discourses and narratives to determine how strongly these ideologies and prejudices are represented. Critical Discourse
Key words: CDA, Famous People, Interpretation, Genres, Speeches, Interviews, Philosophies, Politicians, and Outcomes.