Manipulation and Ideologies in the Twentieth Century

Discourse, language, mind

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| University of Neuchâtel
| University of Lugano
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This book is a collection of 12 papers dealing with manipulation and ideology in the 20th century, mostly with reference to political speeches by the leaders of major totalitarian regimes, but also addressing propaganda within contemporary right-wing populism and western ideological rhetoric. This book aims at bringing together researchers in the field of ideology reproduction in order to better understand the underlying mechanisms of speaker-favourable belief inculcation through language use. The book covers a wide range of theoretical perspectives, from psychosocial approaches and discourse analysis to semantics and cognitive linguistics and pragmatics. The book’s central concern is to provide not only a reference work with up-to-date information on the analysis of manipulation in discourse but also a number of tools for the scholar, some of them being developed within theories originally not designed to address belief-change through language interpretation. Foreword by Frans van Eemeren.
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Table of Contents
Foreword: Preview by review
Frans H. van Eemeren
ix–xvi
Introduction
Louis de Saussure and Peter J. Schulz
1–14
Manipulation, memes and metaphors: The case of Mein Kampf
Paul Chilton
15–43
Morpho-syntactic and textual realizations as deliberate pragmatic argumentative linguistic tools?
Paul Danler
45–60
Towards a typology of manipulative processes
Eddo Rigotti
61–83
Are manipulative texts ‘coherent’?: Manipulation, presuppositions and (in-)congruity
Andrea Rocci
85–112
Manipulation and cognitive pragmatics: Preliminary hypotheses
Louis de Saussure
113–145
The role of misused concepts in manufacturing consent: A cognitive account
Nicholas Allott
147–168
Manipulation in the speeches and writings of Hitler and the NSDAP from a cognitive pragmatics viewpoint
Regina Blass
169–190
An integrated approach to the analysis of participant roles in totalitarian discourse: The case of Ceausescu’s Agent roles
Cornelia Ilie
191–211
Racist manipulation within Austrian, German, Dutch, French and Italian right-wing populism
Manfred Kienpointner
213–235
Intertextuality, mental spaces and the fall of a hero: Pinochet as a developing topic
Carlos Inchaurralde Besga
237–250
Stalinist vs. fascist propaganda: How much do they have in common?
Daniel Weiss
251–274
Press instructions as a tool to manipulate the public under the German Nazi government — with an eye towards the German Democratic Republic
Jürgen Wilke
275–303
“[...] all in all, the book is an invaluable contribution and should be a 'must read' for anybody investigating manipulation and ideology. It shows that researchers can come to similar conclusions by means of different approaches and thus suggests that an eclectic, data-driven approach may be what is ultimately needed.”
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2005053672