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Este trabajo estudia la frecuencia y las funciones de los marcadores de implicación que utilizaron los candidatos de las principales fuerzas políticas españolas en sus discursos de campaña para las elecciones generales de 2016 en España. Nuestro objetivo es analizar la manera en que los líderes de los principales partidos políticos españoles se relacionaron con sus votantes a través del uso de marcadores de implicación en sus discursos. Para poder alcanzar este objetivo, recopilamos las transcripciones de los mítines de los candidatos presidenciables españoles y de un debate celebrado entre dichos candidatos durante la campaña electoral de 2016 y aplicamos una metodología de análisis de corpus. Los resultados permiten observar que los dirigentes políticos españoles utilizaron los marcadores de implicación de manera distinta según se tratase de un mitin de campaña o de un debate televisado. En las conclusiones señalamos qué marcadores de implicación parecen utilizarse más en la comunicación político-electoral española en la actualidad y las implicaciones que esto conlleva.

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