عنوان مقاله [English]
In the educational works, the motivational function of the word is individualized and, therefore, the audience is important. The stimulatory or motivational role of language is the role of the audience, and more than anything else, it seeks to convey the thought implied in the text to the audience. Each writer uses specific methods to stimulate the audience and instill ideas with respect to the idea and purpose of expressing an issue.
This research, using a descriptive-analytical method, studies the expressions of the provocative role of language in the speeches of Malakal Shaeri Bahr and seeks to answer this question. What is the effect of the increasing role of the stimulating role of language in the teaching-promotional discourse of spring poetry in the way of using linguistic and expression elements?
The findings of the research show that the manifestations of this role can be studied in two different levels of "language" and "image" in the poems of Malakal-Sharai Bahar. At the level of language, the frequent frequency of verbs of command and prohibition, types of repetitions, pseudo-imperatives, action verbs, calligraphy, types of treasures and palaces and exceptions, emphasizing the word, meaningful displacement of syntactic components of abyss, and the presentation and delay of vocabulary are the most used. On the image level Also, "allegorical and epic images" have been used to illustrate this role. The community studied in this research is the post-spring postwar period, the content of most of which is social content.