Democracy in Contemporary Egyptian Political Discourse

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When politicians and pundits in the Middle East discuss democracy, do they mean it? Looking at public discourse about democracy in contemporary Egypt, Dunne proposes a fresh way of reading Arabic political discourse. She charts a method combining ethnographic research into communities of people producing political discourse with investigation of the texts themselves, using tools from anthropology, pragmatics, and sociolinguistics — a method with broad applicability to political discourse generally. Taking off from the premise that all discourse is based in social interaction, this book demonstrates that looking at the ways individuals and groups use public discourse to perform critical social and political functions yields entirely new perspectives on the significance of the discourse.

Democracy in Contemporary Egyptian Political Discourse is a valuable resource for students of linguistics, political science, democracy studies, Arabic language, and Middle East area studies.

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
v
1. Introduction: Context, data, methods
1–12
2. Political talk as mediated discourse
13–42
3. Situating the Discourse
43–72
4. Identities under construction
73–94
5. Power relations replicated and challenged
95–125
6. Conclusion: The irresistible discourse
127–132
References
133–137
Appendix A: Transliteration and transcription key
139–140
Appendix B: Excerpt from Mubarak speech delivered October 5, 1999
141–149
Appendix C: Excerpt from Mubarak speech delivered November 13, 1999
150–158
Appendix D: September petition text
159–163
Appendix E: Excerpts from two articles by Fahmi Huwaydi
164–169
Appendix F: Excerpts from two articles by Hala Mustafa
170–176
Index
177–178
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Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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