‘The man who hated Britain’ – the discursive construction of ‘national unity’ in the Daily Mail

@article{Stoegner2016TheMW,
  title={‘The man who hated Britain’ – the discursive construction of ‘national unity’ in the Daily Mail},
  author={Karin Stoegner and R. Wodak},
  journal={Critical Discourse Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={13},
  pages={193 - 209}
}
  • Karin Stoegner, R. Wodak
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • Critical Discourse Studies
  • ABSTRACT In 2013, the British right-wing tabloid Daily Mail triggered a fierce controversy, focused on antisemitism and patriotism/nationalism. It was sparked by the publication of an article on the British economist Ralph Miliband with the provocative headline ‘The man who hated Britain’. The lead refers to Ed Miliband, then leader of the British Labour Party: ‘Ed Miliband’s pledge to bring back socialism is homage to his Marxist father. So what did Miliband Snr really believe in? The answer… CONTINUE READING
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