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Silence and Concealment in Political Discourse
This book constitutes a significant contribution to political discourse analysis and to the study of silence, both from the point of view of discourse analysis as well as pragmatics, and it is alsoExpand
Melani Schröter and Charlotte Taylor (eds), Exploring Silence and Absence in Discourse: Empirical Approaches
This book fills a significant gap in the field by addressing the topic of absence in discourse. It presents a range of proposals as to how we can identify and analyse what is absent, and promotes theExpand
Cross-media studies as a method to uncover print media’s silencing practices and linguistic discrimination of sexual minorities in Uganda
Cross-media studies as a method to uncover print media’s silencing practices and linguistic discrimination of sexual minorities in Uganda
A comparative analysis of the keyword multicultural(ism) in French, British, German and Italian migration discourse
This chapter looks into discourses about migration in four European countries through the lens of cultural keywords (cf. Williams 1983; Bennett et al. 2005; Wierzbicka 1997); using Corpus AssistedExpand
Contrastive analysis of keywords in discourses: Intégration and Integration in French and German discourses about migration
This article suggests a theoretical and methodological framework for a systematic contrastive discourse analysis across languages and discourse communities through keywords. This constitutes aExpand
Addressee orientation in political speeches: tracing the dialogical other in argumentative monologue
This article suggests that the addressees as the dialogical ‘other’ loom large in monological political speeches. However, political speeches are produced under conditions of addressee heterogeneity,Expand
80,000,000 HOOLIGANS†
The late eighties and early nineties in Germany were not only marked by the fall of the Wall and German unification, but also by the dramatisation of the political issue of asylum, resulting inExpand
Patterns of discourse semantics: A corpus-assisted study of financial crisis in British newspaper discourse in 2009
Corpus-assisted analyses of public discourse often focus on the lexical level. This article argues in favour of corpus-assisted analyses of discourse, but also in favour of conceptualising salientExpand
How words behave in other languages: The use of German Nazi vocabulary in English
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This paper undertakes a systematic investigation into the use of German Nazi vocabulary in English, demonstrating that borrowed words may be used in ways that differ notably from their use in the donor language. Expand
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