Multimodality, Politics and Ideology

Special issue of Journal of Language and Politics 15:3 (2016)

Editors
| Örebro University
| University of Southern Denmark
[Journal of Language and Politics, 15:3]  2016.  v, 126 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
Multimodality, politics and ideology
David Machin and Theo van Leeuwen
243–258
Software as ideology: A multimodal critical discourse analysis of Microsoft Word and SmartArt
Gunhild Kvåle
259–273
The politics of office design: Translating neoliberalism into furnishing
Ian Roderick
274–287
Opening up the NHS to market: Using multimodal critical discourse analysis to examine the ongoing commercialisation of health care
Gavin Brookes and Kevin Harvey
288–303
Humour, ridicule and the de-legitimization of the working class in Swedish Reality Television
Göran Eriksson
304–321
Strategic diagrams and the technologization of culture
Per Ledin and David Machin
322–336
Mike the Knight in the neo-liberal era: A multimodal approach to children’s multi-media entertainment
Fredrik Lindstrand, Eva Insulander and Staffan Selander
337–351
When corporations come to define the visual politics of gender: The case of Getty Images
Giorgia Aiello and Anna Woodhouse
352–368
Subjects
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General