Journal of Language and Politics

Volume 3, Issue 1 (2004)

2004.  
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Editorial
New directions in research on political discourse?
Ruth Wodak
1–2
Articles
Composing “panacea texts” at the European Parliament: An intertextual perspective on text production in a multilingual community
Eugène Loos
3–25
On the use of the personal pronoun we in communities
Isabel Íñigo-Mora
27–52
Representations of the European Union and the nation(-state) in Italian party discourse: A critical analysis of electoral platforms and parliamentary debates
Ankica Kosic and Anna Triandafyllidou
53–80
“The spoilt children of Europe” German press coverage of the Nice Treaty referenda in Ireland
Helen Kelly-Holmes and Veronica O'Regan
81–116
Debates
Political Discourse Analysis from the point of view of Translation Studies
Christina Schäffner
117–150
Nativization of English in India and its effect on multilingualism
E. Annamalai
151–162
Book Reviews
Review of Philips & Jorgensen (2002): Discourse Analysis as Theory and Method
Reviewed by Yannis Stavrakakis
163–167
Review of Phillipson (2003): English Only Europe? Challenging Language Policy
Reviewed by Irène Bellier
168–173
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Subjects

Main BIC Subject

CF: Linguistics

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General