2 edition of Linguistic analysis of political elites found in the catalog.
Linguistic analysis of political elites
Robert S. Frank
Bibliography: p. 46-52.
|Series||Sage professional papers in international studies,, ser. no. 02-022|
|LC Classifications||JX1291 .F68|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||73092216|
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. The comparative study of political elites by Putnam, Robert D. Publication date This book takes an innovative view of language and politics in a unique democratic setting, charting the terrain of political identities and discourses in New Zealand through detailed linguistic analysis of interactions with its voters to understand how Kiwis form their political selves.
approaches, key concepts in political science, political theory and political ideo-logy, comparative politics and U.S. politics, and international relations. The text draws on academic and applied contributions to political discourse in an effort to show students that political science is a field of inquiry with many practical uses. On Linguistics and Politics Noam Chomsky interviewed by Günther Grewendorf Protosociology, Vol. 6, , pp. QUESTION: Professor Chomsky, for nearly four decades now you have been the leading figure in generative grammar, which is the most influential paradigm in modern linguistics, and you have become one of the leading Western intellectuals in the political campaign against.
The political dimension is explored in the book "Language and Politics," reviewed by Emmanuel Alvarado review by Emmanuel Alvarado In Language and Politics John E. Joseph argues that language is political from top to bottom by exemplifying the numerous ways in which politics and language interact and are ultimately dependent upon one another. Errol A. Henderson, in Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, & Conflict (Second Edition), Cultural diversity within the postcolonial states often provided a basis for ethnic, linguistic, or religious mobilization by political elites who appealed to ethnic nationalism, or religious fundamentalism – often euphemisms for chauvinism and demagoguery – to mobilize their followers for political.
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Get this from a library. Linguistic analysis of political elites: a theory of verbal kinesics. [Robert S Frank]. Political Speeches. Ever wondered about the persuasive strategies and techniques employed in political speeches. A Literary Linguistic analysis of the features used in political speeches can illuminate the effects of such strategies and techniques to anyone, in addition to providing a more general understanding of how speeches are organised!.
The first section, with papers by van Dijk, Cushing, Wilson, Fairclough & Mauranen, Jucker and Gruber, concerns itself with the definition of political discourse, with particular linguistic aspects such as non-modal meaning, persuasive tactics or metalinguistic negation, and with recent trends of political discourse such as conversationalisation.
Elites have been described both as the bulwarks of democracy and its very antithesis. Political Elites, first published inreviews the literature on the role of elites in politics. It deals with both the 'classic' elite theorists - Mosca, Pareto, Michels, Burnham and C.
Wright Mills - and with many of the empirical and theoretical works on elites by modern political scientists and 5/5(1). The present analysis of Trump's speech exposes many aspects, most specifically on pretentiousness in deliberate cal Discourse Analysis (PDA) model from van Dijk () and Dunmire Author: Patricia Dunmire.
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analysed. The linguistic devices explored in this debate include political rhetoric, politeness strategies and propaganda language. This study analyses the effectiveness of the linguistic strategies the candidates use.
Keywords: critical discourse analysis, political rhetoric, politeness, propaganda, power. “The book is organized in such a way as to update readers on contemporary linguistic scrutiny into political discourse and to provide a methodological review.
The volume deftly shows some of the ways the political world is constructed not only through, but also by language.”.
a rich and meticulous empirical analysis of a paradigmatic case of linguistic. I examine and compare political elites’ competing principles and conceptions around Book.
Much of the material and the method itself derive from Wittgenstein's work in the early 30s. The book was originally envisaged as a lucid and well organized account of Wittgenstein's distinctive form of linguistic philosophy to enable the Vienna Circle to incorporate these valuable methods into their own programme of analysis.
This book presents a new approach to comparative politico-linguistic discourse analysis. It takes a transdisciplinary stance and combines analytical tools from linguistic discourse analysis (keywords, metaphors, argumentation, genre) and political science (political.
forces in Iraq. The method of analysis was to locate expressions where linguistic choices seem to have been made in order to convey certain views. The following rhetorical strategies were analyzed: metaphors, metonymies, analogies, pronouns, the active or passive voice of transitive verbs, sound-bites, three-part lists and contrastive pairs.
In Political Writing, Adam Garfinkle demonstrates how political rhetoric can be communicated through blogs, speeches, and reports, it provides a valuable assessment and guide on how a message can be conveyed in a convincing and insightful manner.
Andrew S. Crines finds that it provides an insightful introduction to rhetorical theory, the character of political elites, and the intellectual. This book is unique in its kind. It is the first scholarly work to attempt a comprehensive and fairly detailed look into the lingering legacies of the communist totalitarian modes of thought and expression in the new discourse forms of the post-totalitarian era.
The book gives also new and interesting insights into the ways the new, presumably democratically-minded political elites in post. The Linguistic Society of America (LSA) publishes the peer-reviewed journal, Language, four times per year. The LSA is the largest national professional society representing the field of linguistics.
In this book an impressive array of political theorists offer conflicting views on the form of democratic elitism practiced in the United ng the political elite as "the power holders of the body politic," Harold Lasswell explains that the division into elite and mass is universal, while Robert Dahl confirms that key political.
This book for the first time deals specifically with the role of language in this process, showing how critical linguistic analysis can provide further crucial insights into media representations of crime and criminals.
Through case studies the book develops a toolkit for the analysis of language and images in examples taken from a range of media.
The Controvercy over Political Correctness on College Campuses. Dell Publishing, New York Brennan, Theresa: "Foreword" to Richard Feldstein: Political Correctness. A Response from the Cultural Left.
University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolisix-xix. Cameron, Deborah: Feminism and Linguistic Theory. Macmillan, Houndsmill This article examines the various forms that political elite theory took, from the end of the nineteenth century to the s and s.
The career patterns, forms of recruitment, and duration and turnover among the political elite are studied. The article also discusses the role of the political elite. It is concluded that the use of the concept of the political elite can help in the. This bibliography brings together a wide variety of materials relevant to the study of political elites, drawn from the literature in anthropology, sociology, political science, history, economics, social psychology, psychology, psychiatry and the humanities.
The authors searched over English language social science journals from to as well as books and monographs for relevant. In this book an impressive array of political theorists offer conflicting views on the form of democratic elitism practiced in the United States.
Defining the political elite as "the power holders of the body politic," Harold Lasswell explains that the division into elite and mass is universal, while Robert Dahl confirms that key political.Noam Chomsky, American theoretical linguist whose work from the s revolutionized the field of linguistics by treating language as a uniquely human, biologically based cognitive capacity.
He helped to initiate and sustain what came to be known as the ‘cognitive revolution.’ Learn more .Further, as far back associal commentator Christopher Lasch, in a book entitled The Revolt of the Elites and the Betrayal of Democracy (published posthumously), excoriated what he called.