The discursive structures of totalitarian ideology

@inproceedings{Wang2003TheDS,
  title={The discursive structures of totalitarian ideology},
  author={Y. Wang},
  year={2003}
}
Realist approaches to the study of ideology have treated ideologies as static ideas that mediate between presumed social realities and political powers. In this research the researcher views ideology as discursive practice that constitutes social realities through producing its subjects. A series of formal narrative models are established to tackle the fundamental discursive structures of ideological texts. Temporal narrative analysis is used to reconstruct grand narrative in terms of causality… Expand
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