International high finance against the nation?

  title={International high finance against the nation?},
  author={Karin St{\"o}gner and Karin Bischof},
  journal={Journal of Language and Politics},
This article analyses antisemitic elements in the Austrian print media discourse about the 2008–2010 economic crisis. The relevant discursive statements are examined in the light of a theoretical understanding of antisemitic discursive threads as found in the prevalent modes of presentation of the economic and financial crisis in the media. The first main finding is the broad avoidance of openly antisemitic stereotypes, with the exception of the Neue Kronen Zeitung. The second main… 

The Antisemitic Backlash to Financial Power: Conspiracy Theory as a Response to Financial Complexity and Crisis

ABSTRACT This article argues that the role of antisemitism in the populist backlash to financial power represents an empirical blind spot in IPE. I argue that the uncertainty and complexity of

Antisemitism in the global populist international

  • Jelena Subotić
  • Political Science
    The British Journal of Politics and International Relations
  • 2021
This article explores the relationship between antisemitism and international politics, specifically the potent role that antisemitism plays in the development and maintenance of the global populist

On conductive argumentation

Inspired by Aristotle and modern political theory, Fairclough and Fairclough (2012) introduce a model into Political Discourse Analysis (PDA) on the basis of deliberation and conductive

Food to politics: Representations of genetically modified organisms in cartoons on the Internet in China

It is found that China’s GM cartoons peaked during controversial social events from the end of 2012 to 2016, which is consistent with the Baidu Media Index on GM headline news.



Secondary Antisemitism, the Economic Crisis and the Construction of National Identity in the Austrian Print Media

This paper deals with the question of antisemitism in relation to the construction of national identity in late capitalist and post-Nazi societies. Its argument centres on the concept of ‘secondary

‘We are the new Jews!’ and ‘The Jewish Lobby’ – antisemitism and the construction of a national identity by the Austrian Freedom Party

In this article I will analyse the role of antisemitism for the construction of a national identity and an exclusive national in-group in the discourse of the Austrian Freedom Party (FPO). The

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

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

“Calculated Ambivalence” and Holocaust Denial in Austria

At the “zero hour” of 1945, and emerging from the ruins of World War II, the ruling elite of what would become Austria’s Second Republic, were preoccupied with how to cope with the frequently

Anti-Semitism and National Socialism

as is expressed, for example, in the notion of equality before the (abstract) law, or in the principle of one person, one vote. As a person, the individual is concrete, embedded in real class

Discourse and Discrimination : Rhetorics of Racism and Antisemitism

Preface. Chapter 1. 'Race', Racism and Discourse. Chapter 2. The Linguistic and Rhetorical Analysis of racism and Antisemitism. Chapter 3. The Coding of a Taboo: Antisemitic Discourse in Postwar

The Past Is Another Country: Myth and Memory in Postwar Europe

Fifty years after the catastrophe, Europe understands itself more than ever as a common project, yet it is far from achieving a comprehensive analysis of the years immediately following the Second

Treating the Symptom Not the Condition: Crisis Definition, Deficit Reduction and the Search for a New British Growth Model

It has taken quite a while for a consolidated crisis discourse to emerge in Britain in response to the seismic events of 2007–09. But one is now clearly evident, widely accepted and deeply implicated

Uncouth Nation: Why Europe Dislikes America

Foreword vii Preface xi Introduction 1 Chapter 1: Anti-Americanism as a European Lingua Franca 11 Chapter 2: European Anti-Americanism: A Brief Historical Overview 38 Chapter 3: The Perceived

Dialectic of Enlightenment

Dialectic of Enlightenment is, quite justifiably, one of the most celebrated and often cited works of modern social philosophy. It has been identified as the keystone of the 'Frankfurt School', of