Diskursmuster - Discourse Patterns

Band 34:
Meier-Vieracker, Simon / Kämper, Heidrun / Warnke, Ingo H. (Hrsg.): Invective Discourse. VI/232 S. - Berlin / Boston: de Gruyter, 2024.
ISBN: 978-3-11-114613-3
Alternatives Medium:
E-Book (PDF). Berlin / Boston: de Gruyter. ISBN: 978-3-11-114655-3

Invective phenomena with the purpose or effect of marginalization and exclusion, of insult and debasement, of discrimination and verbal aggression have long been in the focus of discourse-analytical research. Among the various linguistic disciplines that deal with invective communication, discourse approaches have a particular analytical potential. They shift the focus to discursive conditions and the effects of power relations which make invective practices possible in the first place, and shed light on their contextual and epistemic embeddings.a

The interdisciplinary volume is devoted to the forms, formats, and effects of invective communication in both contemporary and historical discourse constellation, from different cultural contexts and in diverse media constellations. The contributions from the fields of linguistics, literature, and sociology thus demonstrate the potentials of discourse-analytical approaches in the study of invectives and invectivity.


Meier-Vieracker, Simon / Kämper, Heidrun / Warnke, Ingo H.:
  Introduction: Discourse Analysis and Invectivity S. 1
Scharloth, Joachim:
  Notes on Invectivity and Metainvectivity S. 11
Niehaus, Michael:
  Intentionalität vs. Normierung
Zu einem systematischen Aspekt des Diskriminierungsbegriffs
S. 27
Lasch, Alexander:
  who called them, Sunday *Indians or Shwannaks, that is, white people, the most opprobrious name they could invent
Powerful Constructions in the Service of Verbal Devaluation
S. 45
Widder, Roman:
  Unfreiwillige Publikumsinvektive und metainvektive Resonanz S. 71
Engel, Sonja / Gräbner, Mirjam:
  The Gammler as Invective Social Figure
A Proposal for Narrative Discourse Analysis
S. 93
Weber, Daphne:
  “Politik den Profis überlassen”?
Konstellationen des Invektiven im Kontext von Demonstrationen und Bürgerbeteiligung
S. 115
Markewitz, Friedrich:
  “Der Draht ist gut, hält uns ab vom dummen Leben” S. 129
Peiter, Anne D.:
  Invektiven im Genozid
Zu Zeugnissen von überlebenden Tutsi
S. 149
Meier-Vieracker, Simon:
  Mention and Use
Invective and Metainvective Discourse Among Football Fans
S. 177
Parisi, Pierluigi / Henn-Memmesheimer, Beate:
  Vernetzung der Diskurse in der Invektive
Der Fall Silvia Romano
S. 199
Index S. 231