The composition of David Cameron’s Speech on Radicalization, Islamic Extremism, and the Failure of State Multiculturalism can be split into six parts, according to the issues Cameron addresses. 

Cameron begins his speech by announcing the topic that he will be addressing. Like this, the audience is informed of his intention. Cameron’s next remarks are structured according to the main ideas of his speech.

In the first part of the speech, Cameron addresses the issue of Islamic extremism and makes a clear distinction between the ideology and the Islamic religion which is generally a peaceful one. In this way he tries to show the audience that he does not want to attack an entire religious group, but only an extreme category.

In the second part of the speech, Cameron...

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