Echoes from Abroad - Speeches for the Domestic Audience: Queen Beatrix' Address to the Israeli Parliament

@inproceedings{Sauer1996EchoesFA,
  title={Echoes from Abroad - Speeches for the Domestic Audience: Queen Beatrix' Address to the Israeli Parliament},
  author={C L A Sauer},
  year={1996}
}
The paper discusses the development of rhetorical analyses of political addresses from classical antiquity to modern political communication. A specific genre, the epideictic address', is described in detail. It concerns addresses by representative persons. Most epideictic addresses turn out to be hybrid' texts because they combine an orientation towards rhetorical-political persuasion with an impetus to new expressions' which henceforward may be used in order to link socio-cultural practices… CONTINUE READING

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