Politcal Discourse Analysis A Method for Advanced Students
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Description: Norman Fairclough and Isabela Ietcu-Fairclough present their distinctive approach to political discourse analysis in this accessible new textbook. Adopting a critical discourse analysis approach with an emphasis on the dialectical-relational aspect, the book is divided into four sections, and begins by developing the analytical framework, then moves on to look at concepts and ideology. In a separate section a wide selection of case studies are analysed, including political texts from a variety of contexts and locations, with up to date examples including the recent economic crisis. The conclusion puts forward the authorsâ view of the field of political discourse analysis, moving towards their theory of political discourse and a methodology for researching it, and arguing for this approach against others. Presented it in an accessible format, this exciting new text is suitable for students and researchers in the fields of politics and discourse analysis.
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List price: $32.99
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Publication date: 12/6/2013
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
|List of illustrations|
|Political discourse analysis and the nature of politics|
|Practical reasoning: a framework for analysis and evaluation|
|Critical discourse analysis and analysis of argumentation|
|The economic crisis in the UK: strategies and arguments|
|Values as premises in the public debate over bankers' bonuses|
|Deliberation as genre in the parliamentary debate on university tuition fees|