1 edition of Political linguistics found in the catalog.
|Statement||[edited by] Jan Blommaert, Chris Bulcaen.|
|Series||Belgian journal of linguistics -- 11, 1997|
|Contributions||Blommaert, Jan., Bulcaen, Chris., Conference of the Linguistic Society of Belgium (1995 : Antwerp)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 312 p.|
|Number of Pages||312|
George Lakoff, a UC Berkeley professor of linguistics and cognitive science, thinks he knows why. Conservatives have spent decades defining their ideas, carefully choosing the language with which to present them, and building an infrastructure to communicate them, says Lakoff. The Political Mind is a passionate, erudite, and groundbreaking book that will appeal to anyone interested in how the mind works and how we function socially and politically. About George Lakoff George Lakoff is the Richard and Rhoda Goldman Distinguished Professor of Cognitive Science and Linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley.
The Linguistics of Political Argument: The Spin-Doctor and the Wolf-Pack at the White House (Routledge Advances in Corpus Linguistics series) by Alan Partington. This book examines the relationship between the White House, in the person of its press secretary, and the press corps through a linguistic analysis of the language used by both sides. Get this from a library! The Chomsky update: linguistics and politics. [Raphael Salkie] -- This is a guide to both Noam Chomsky's work in linguistics and his politics. It deals with his theory of the structure of language, the "transformational generative grammar", as well as his.
(Australian Journal of Linguistics, February ) "Some books are written to be read, and other books are reference works. Political Correctness: A History of Semantics and Culture is unusual in that it is both jam-packed with detailed information and yet makes for a good read. Everyone should read this book and also keep it on the shelf as an. Cognitive science and linguistics professor George Lakoff talked about his book, The Political Mind: Why You Can’t Understand 21st-Century American Politics with an 18th Century the.
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As of Volume 9 (/95) John Benjamins Publishing Company is the official publisher of the Belgian Journal of Linguistics, the annual publication of the Linguistic Society of Belgium. Each volume is topical and includes selected papers from the international meetings organised by the LSB.
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 : As of Volume 9 (/95) John Benjamins Publishing Company is the official publisher of the Belgian Journal of Linguistics, the annual publication of the Linguistic Society of Belgium.
Each volume is topical and includes selected papers from the international meetings organised by the LSB. After a programmatic introduction by Jan Blommaert, three sections can be discerned in this volume. The Politics of Linguistics surveys two centuries of debate over autonomy.
The discussion includes the political implications of the birth of the modern field of linguistics in the Romantic movement, the views of Marx and Engels on language, the attack on structural linguistics by both Hitler and Stalin, the role of Christian missionary groups and the military in building the field in the Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Papers originally presented at the Conference of the Linguistic Society of Belgium, held at the University of Antwerp, December "--Preface.
Language, Politics, and Composition Noam Chomsky interviewed by Gary A. Olson and Lester Faigley Journal of Advanced Composition, Vol. 11, No. Ever since the publication in of Syntactic Structures, Noam Chomsky has been a towering eminence in linguistics and the philosophy of language, and since the s, he has remained an astute and outspoken social critic Compositionists familiar.
The Politics of Linguistics surveys two centuries of debate over autonomy. The discussion includes the political implications of the birth of the modern field of linguistics in the Romantic movement, the views of Marx and Engels on language, the attack on structural linguistics by both Hitler and Stalin, the role of Christian missionary groups and the military in building the field in the.
In this post, I’m sharing 10 inspiring books about language and linguistics that I’ve loved and I think you will too. The Etymologicon.
The most recent language book I’ve finished at the time of writing, The Etymologicon is a wonderfully flowing book. any good political linguistics books you'd recommend. empirical and design issues in institutional theory. The book is intended for scholars and graduate students in political science, public policy, public administration, and law.
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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 Linguistics of Political Argument. DOI link for The Linguistics of Political Argument. The Linguistics of Political Argument book. The Spin-Doctor and the Wolf-Pack at the White House. It will be of vital interest to all linguists interested in corpus-based linguistics and pragmatics, as well as sociolinguists and students and scholars Cited by: Applied linguistics addresses the most pressing and controversial areas of contemporary language use, including intercultural communication, political and commercial persuasion, the impact of new technologies, the growth of English, language in education, and /5(2).
This book provides a comprehensive overview of current research in African languages, drawing on insights from anthropological linguistics, typology, historical and comparative linguistics, More This book provides a comprehensive overview of current research in African languages, drawing on insights from anthropological linguistics.
Noam Chomsky is an intellectual, political activist, and critic of the foreign policy of the United States and other governments. Noam Chomsky describes himself as a libertarian socialist, a sympathizer of anarcho-syndicalism, and is considered to be a key intellectual figure within the left-wing of.
Noam Chomsky (born December 7, ) is an American linguist, philosopher, and political activist. His theories made the modern scientific study of linguistics possible. He is a leader in peace activism and opposition to U.S. foreign policy.
I was drawn to this book mostly because I knew of the authors reputation as a cognitive scientist and as someone who was known for spelling out how cognitive science overlaps with, and largely explains, many of the phenomena that we recognize as falling along the left-right spectrum of political ideologies/5.
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Alan Partington is Professor of Political Linguistics at Bologna University, Italy. He is the author of Patterns and Meanings in Discourse (with Alison Duguid and Charlotte Taylor, ), The Linguistics of Laughter: A Corpus-Assisted Study of Laughter-talk at the White House (Routledge, ), Persuasion in Politics (with Charlotte Taylor, ) and The Linguistics of Political Argument.
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The goal of this book is to re-contextualize the notion.Linguistics can help conservatives and liberals agree on objective reality again. the endless repetition of stale political vocabulary dilutes our focus on real : Tom Syverson.
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