Journal of Language and Politics 6:2
[Journal of Language and Politics, 6:2] 2007. 156 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Preface: New and different perspectives on Language and/in PoliticsRuth Wodak | pp. 143–145
‘I’ll tell you what the truth is’: The interactional organization of confiding in political interviewsAnita Fetzer and Marjut Johansson | pp. 147–177
Detecting stories: Revealing hidden ‘voices’ in public political discourseShaul R. Shenhav | pp. 177–200
The ‘spectre of anti-Americanism’ in the British public debate over the 2003 invasion of IraqJoseph Burridge | pp. 201–221
One message, many tongues: An exploration of media multilingualism in Nigerian political discourseTunde Olusola Opeibi | pp. 223–248
Language ideology, citizenship, and identity: The case of modern GermanyHolly Hansen-Thomas | pp. 249–264
Bringing Discourse Theory into Media Studies: The applicability of Discourse Theoretical Analysis (DTA) for the Study of media practises and discoursesNico Carpentier and Benjamin De Cleen | pp. 265–293
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