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    Abstract

    The discourse theory can be found to be applied in an everyday basis in common

    social consociations and interactions (through conversations with family and friends) but

    its usage is expanded also to the journalistic, scientific and political communication

    practices. Mainly, though, it seems to be influencing covertly the way in which political

    decisions are made, and especially decisions concerning social policy. The main founders

    of the discourse theory through contemporary history were Nietzsche and post-structural

    French philosopher Michel Foucault, and recent developers were denounced Ernesto

    Laclau and Chantal Mouffe. The implementation of social policy is firmly interlinked

    with discourse analysis and Critical Discourse Analysis is to be seen as the most fruitful

    source of critical research. The modern currents of scientific analysis recognize however

    also a more optimistic way, the Positive Discourse Analysis that also finds applications in

    fields of social policy. This short study will attempt to justify the importance of critical

    discourse analysis in the modern social sciences, and it will attempt a small theoretical

    introduction in a new type of research design and on its effect in the exercise of social

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    1 William Outhwaite: Habermas, A Critical Introduction, Polity Press, Cambridge UK, 1994.

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