Language, Power and Ideology

Studies in political discourse

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The topic of Language and Ideology has increasingly gained importance in the linguistic sciences. The general aim of critical linguistics is the exploration of the mechanisms of power which establish inequality, through the systematic analysis of political discourse (written or oral). This reader contains papers on a variety of topics, all related to each other through explicit discussions on the notion of ideology from an interdisciplinary approach with illustrative analyses of texts from the media, newspapers, schoolbooks, pamphlets, talkshows, speeches concerning language policy in Nazi-Germany, in Italofascism, and also policies prevalent nowadays. Among the interesting subjects studied are the jargon of the student movement of 1968, speeches of politicians, racist and sexist discourse, and the language of the green movement. Because of the enormous influence of the media nowadays, the explicit analysis of the mechanisms of “manipulation”, “suggestion”, and “persuasion” inherent in language or about language behaviour and strategies of discourse are of social relevance and of interest to all scholars of social sciences, to readers in all educational institutions, to analysts of political discourse, and to critical readers at large.
[Critical Theory, 7]  1989.  xx, 288 pp.
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Table of Contents
Notes on contributors
vii
Introduction
xiii
Part I. Language and totalitarism
1
Structures of consensus-making and intervention: The concept of Nazi language policy in occupied Holland (“Deutsche Zeitung in den Niederlanden” 1940 to 1945)
Christoph Sauer
3
Language policy during the fascist period: The case of language education
Gabrielle Klein
39
The political speech of Futurism and its relationship to Italian Fascism
Rosita Schjerve-Rindler
57
War with words
Herbert E. Brekle
81
Part II. Language of politics/or politicians
93
Some remarks on linguistic strategies of persuasion
Karl Sornig
95
Credibility and political language
Werner Holly
115
1968: The power of political jargon — a “Club-2” discussion
Ruth Wodak
137
Phonological variation in parliamentary discussions
Sylvia Moosmüller
165
Social prejudice as a resource of power: Towards the functional ambivalence of stereotypes
Uta M. Quasthoff
181
Part III. Institutions, control and discourse in specific settings
197
Mediating racism: The role of the media in the reproduction of racism
Teun A. van Dijk
199
Manipulationstrategies in newspapers: A program for critical linguistics
Florian Menz
227
The case of W.: A critical journey to the border between psychiatry and justice
Ernst Strouhal
251
Revising the patriarchal paradigm: Language change and feminist language politics
Marlis Hellinger
273
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