The children’s persuasion
I look at persuasion in various speech acts and in different kinds of texts. Persuasion is present both in commands, orders, prohibitions, as well as advice, instructions, questions, evaluations, etc., mutatis mutandis in advice texts, teaching texts, valuation texts, directive texts and so on, that is to say — everywhere. It is possible to decode it in a sort of texts, like citations, a mode of expression, an imitative text, a copycat text, a reproduced text and also ad hoc held conversations and small talks. Persuasion is present also in words accompanying recreation. It is important to children and whose carers whose utterances are the subject of this article.