Duisburger Arbeiten zur Sprach- und Kulturwissenschaft

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Pütz, Martin / Neff-van Aertselaer, JoAnne / van Dijk, Teun A. (Hrsg.): Communicating Ideologies: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Language, Discourse, and Social Practice. XXXI/671 S. - Frankfurt am Main / Berlin / Bern / Bruxelles / New York / Oxford / Wien: Lang, 2004.
ISBN: 3-631-52604-0

This volume grew out of the 29th International LAUD Symposium, held on March 27-29, 2002 at the University of Koblenz-Landau in Landau. The book represents one of the first modern studies that explores the relationships between language, discourse, and ideology from an international, multidisciplinary perspective. Therefore, it is centrally concerned with ideology and the mutual constitution of social practices and social structures through discourse. Unlike several earlier studies, the volume takes into account a number of linguistic theories and methods, thereby focussing on text and discourse as well as ecolinguistics and language policy. Many of the articles include detailed analyses of political texts and the media from particular socio-historic contexts, and all posit the ideological role of language in the enactment of activities, identities, and perspectives.


Preface S. VII
van Dijk, Teun / Neff-van Aertselaer, JoAnne / Pütz, Martin:
  Introduction: Language, discourse and ideology S. XIII
Part I – Theoretical Issues: Discourse, Ideology, and Acts of Identity
Section 1: Theoretical Models in Discourse and Ideology
van Dijk, Teun:
  Discourse, knowledge and ideology: Reformulating old questions and proposing some new solutions S. 5
Wood, Tahir:
  Ideology: The power of prior discourse S. 39
Koerner, E. F. K.:
  Ideology, 'Resonanzbedarf', and linguistic-philological scholarship S. 57
Martin, Jim:
  Negotiating difference: Ideology and reconciliation S. 85
McAndrew, John:
  Towards a framework for analyzing ideology: Applying intertextuality, heteroglossia and systemic functional linguistics S. 119
Núñez Perucha, Begoña:
  Ideology, cognition and discourse revisited: Exploring counter-ideologies S. 175
Section 2: Language, Ideology and Identity
Altendorf, Ulrike:
  Language change and changing ideologies in and around RP S. 203
Wodak, Ruth / Weiss, Gilbert:
  Visions, ideologies and utopias in the discursive construction of European identities: Organizing, representing and legitimizing Europe S. 225
Määttä, Simo K.:
  The European Union and the promotion of regional or minority languages: Ideologies of language in EC law and EU language policies S. 253
Edwards, John:
  Ecolinguistic ideologies: A critical perspective S. 273
Crowley, Terry:
  What can linguistics do for Pacific languages S. 291
van der Walt, Christa:
  Globalization-speak in higher education: How we talk about lifelong learning S. 327
Part 2: Political Discourse and the Media
Section 3: Political Discourse in Spoken Channels
Philips Valentine, Lisa/ McDougall, Allan K.:
  Constructing equality: Ideological transformation in Canadian political discourse S. 357
Ribas Bisbal, Montserrat:
  Dominant public discourse and social identities: Immigration in Catalan parliamentary discourse S. 391
Antelmi, Donella / Santulli, Francesca:
  The construction of agreement as a rhetorical strategy: An example of political communication in Italy S. 415
Levanova, Albina:
  Ideological premises in political discourse generation: An example from Russia S. 439
Section 4: Political Discourse in Printed Channels
Sotillo, Susana M.:
  Political discourse in cyberspace and outcomes in real time S. 465
Hünig, Wolfgang:
  Political cartoons in the First World War: British and German perspectives S. 503
Neff-van Aertselaer, JoAnne:
  Dialogic turbulence in social change advertising: Church versus state in Spain S. 547
Section 5: Political Discourse in Mixed Channels
Kurteš, Svetlana:
  Semantics of hate speech: A model of analysis S. 577
Lauerbach, Gerda:
  Statements to the press: Ideology in argumentative strategies and rhetorical stance S. 595
Schieß, Raimund:
  "Too close to call": CNN's politics of captions in the coverage of the Florida recount S. 637
Subject Index S. 667