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The Changing Voice of the Anti-Abortion Movement: The Rise of "Pro-Woman" Rhetoric in Canada and the United States
When journalists, academics, and politicians describe the North American anti-abortion movement, they often describe a campaign that is male-dominated, aggressive and even violent in its tactics,Expand
Storylines in the Sands: News, Narrative and Ideology in the Calgary Herald
This article presents a critical discourse analysis of the principal storylines through which the Calgary Herald framed the oil sands between May 1, 2010, and May 31, 2011. The analysis reveals thatExpand
You dissin me? Humiliation and post 9/11 global politics
Despite a growing awareness about the importance of emotions to global politics, the discipline of International Relations is still working towards adequate theorisations and investigations of theirExpand
The Kantian Imperative: Humiliation, Common Sense, Politics
Acknowledgments Introduction: Humiliation, Common Sense, Morality Part I - The Kantian Imperative 1 Kant's Imperative Image of Morality 2 Common Sense Recognition 3 Cultivating a Kantian MoralExpand
Arguing Abortion: The New Anti-Abortion Discourse in Canada
Abstract. This article analyzes the nature of contemporary anti-abortion discourse in Canada. Based on a rigorous qualitative and quantitative analysis of the public discourse of a wide variety ofExpand
Ears Wide Shut: Epistemological Populism, Argutainment and Canadian Conservative Talk Radio
Abstract. Although scholars have identified political talk radio (PTR) as an important site of political socialization, the current literature has largely failed to examine the political relevance ofExpand
Climate Hypocrisies: A Comparative Study of News Discourse
ABSTRACT This paper conducts a comparative study of how the idea of hypocrisy was invoked in media coverage of climate change in 12 newspapers from four countries (Canada, Australia, the UnitedExpand
Questioning Political Theory
For Marx, a question is never merely a neutral and unmediated expression of a problem. In his eyes, a question inherently expresses certain interests and enables certain resolutions while disallowingExpand