Discourse and politics of migration in Italy

The production and reproduction of ethnic dominance and exclusion

Special issue of Journal of Language and Politics

Monica Colombo | University of Milano-Bicocca
[Journal of Language and Politics, 12:2] 2013.  iii, 159 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Discourse and politics of migration in Italy: The production and reproduction of ethnic dominance and exclusion
Monica Colombo
Continuity and change in anti-immigrant discourse in Italy: An analysis of the visual propaganda of the Lega Nord
John Richardson and Monica Colombo
“Clandestino” Institutional discourses and practices for the control and exclusion of migrants in contemporary Italy
Fabio Quassoli
The representation of migrants in the Italian press: A study on the Corriere della Sera (1992–2009)
Lorenzo Montali, Paolo Riva, Alessandra Frigerio and Silvia Mele
Imagined communities and othering processes: The discursive strategies of established Italian residents in a Milan city neighbourhood
Roberta Marzorati
The looking glass: From the citizen to the migrant in Italians’ naïve imagery
Silvia Gattino and Anna Miglietta
Review of Political Discourse Analysis: A Methods for Advanced Students by Isabela Fairclough and Norman Fairclough
Manfred Kienpointner
Review of Contesting Europe’s Eastern Rim Cultural Identities in Public Discourse by Ljiljana Saric, Andreas Musolff, Stefan Manz, and Ingrid Hudabiunigg
Franco Zappettini
Review of Politics, Religion and Gender Framing and Regulating the Veil by S. Rosenberger and B. Sauer
Shaimaa el Naggar
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