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Ideology so is subsuming category which includes science and metaphysics” (1993, p. 6). All of these cases can be the reflex of this fact that how much the question of ideology is important for CDA. Generally, we can say that the ideology governing a discourse is responsible for a major part of the circumstances taking place in that discourse. It determines the attitude of participants and adjusts the nature of the relation, which is between them. It is also responsible for other involving factors within the discourse that have an unconscious impact on the participants.

According to Halliday, this is not limited to the material process and can be generalized and applied to all other process types (1997). However, the impact of the participants on each other or in the exact words, the impact of the Agent on the other participants is not the only case of ergative type. It can be viewed from another view, too. It is possible to consider the causation instead of the impact. In this case, according to these writers, in the same book, there is a participant, which is in the most relation and engagement with the process.

6. 7. 8. CDA addresses social problems Power relations are discursive Discourse constitutes society and culture Discourse does ideological work Discourse is historical The link between text and society is mediated Discourse analysis is interpretative and explanatory Discourse is a form of social action. And McKenna (2004, pp. 10-14) generally mentions eight characteristics for CDA as they follow  Teleology According to this feature, CDA has a teleological view to the questions of power, dominance, justice, fairness, etc.

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