Journal of Language and Politics 12:1
[Journal of Language and Politics, 12:1] 2013. iii, 155 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
“Grab a pen and paper” Interaction v. interactivity in a political radio phone-inJoanna Thornborrow and Richard Fitzgerald | pp. 1–28
Evidencing international threat: Examining Iraq Survey Group’s post-invasion verification of Iraq’s WMD threatGordon C. Chang, Kerstin Lueck and Hugh B. Mehan | pp. 29–58
Rebranding the Scottish Executive: A discourse-historical analysisJohann Wolfgang Unger | pp. 59–79
A political-semiotic introduction to the Estonian “bronze-night” discoursePeeter Selg | pp. 80–100
The visual construction of language hierarchy: The case of banknotes, coins and stampsMark Sebba | pp. 101–125
Strategies of reframing language policy in the liberal state: A recursive modelJohn E. Petrovic and Aaron M. Kuntz | pp. 126–146
A. Mayr (ed.). Language and Power: An Introduction to Institutional DiscourseReviewed by Felicitas Macgilchrist | pp. 147–151
B. Murphy. Corpus and Sociolinguistics: Investigating Age and Gender in Female TalkReviewed by Raymond Oenbring | pp. 152–156
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