Journal of Language and Politics 10:1
[Journal of Language and Politics, 10:1] 2011. iii, 137 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Power of discourse or discourse of the powerful? The reconstruction of global childhood norms in the drafting of the UN Convention on the Rights of the ChildAnna Holzscheiter | pp. 1–28
Clogged systems and toxic assets: News metaphors, neoliberal ideology, and the United States “Wall Street Bailout” of 2008Jennifer R. Horner | pp. 29–49
Interdiscursivity between political and religious discourses in a speech by Sadat: Combining CDA and addressee rhetoricEmad Abdul-Latif | pp. 50–67
“We must agree on our vision” New Zealand Labour’s discourse of globalisation and the nation from 1999–2008Peter Skilling | pp. 68–87
Media construction of socio-political crises in NigeriaInnocent Chiluwa | pp. 88–108
False dichotomies of disability politics: Theory and practice in the discourse of Norwegian NGO professionalsJan Grue | pp. 109–127
Balabanova Ekaterina. Media, Wars and Politics: Comparing the Incomparable in Western and Eastern EuropeReviewed by Majid KhosraviNik | pp. 129–132
Ruth Wodak & Michał Krzyżanowski (eds.). Qualitative Discourse Analysis in the Social SciencesReviewed by Julie Uldam | pp. 133–137
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