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Discourse and Manipulation T E U N a . Va N D I J K

  title={Discourse and Manipulation T E U N a . Va N D I J K},
  author={U N I V E R S I Tat P O M P E U Fa B R A and Brown Rc and ea Na}
A B S T R A C T. 'Manipulation' is one of the crucial notions of Critical Discourse Analysis that requires further theoretical analysis. This article offers a triangulated approach to manipulation as a form of social power abuse, cognitive mind control and discursive interaction. Socially, manipulation is defined as illegitimate domination confirming social inequality. Cognitively, manipulation as mind control involves the interference with processes of understanding, the formation of biased… 
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