Ruth Wodak

Ruth Wodak

is author/editor of the following titles:

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The Discourse Studies Reader: Main currents in theory and analysis
Edited by Johannes Angermuller, Dominique Maingueneau and Ruth Wodak
[Not in series, 184]  2014.  ix, 417 pp.
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Discourse and Socio-political Transformations in Contemporary China
Edited by Paul Chilton, Hailong Tian and Ruth Wodak
[Benjamins Current Topics, 42]  2012.  ix, 150 pp.
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Communicating Gender in Context
Edited by Helga Kotthoff and Ruth Wodak
[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 42]  1997.  xxvi, 424 pp.
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Language, Power and Ideology: Studies in political discourse
Edited by Ruth Wodak
[Critical Theory, 7]  1989.  xx, 288 pp.
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The Language of Love and Guilt
Ruth Wodak and Muriel Schulz
[Not in series, 27]  1986.  x, 253 pp.

is editor/board member of the following book series:

is editor/board member of the following journals:

is author of the following articles:

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Angermuller, Johannes, Dominique Maingueneau and Ruth Wodak. 2014. “The Discourse Studies Reader. An Introduction”. In The Discourse Studies Reader: Main currents in theory and analysis, 1–14
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Wodak, Ruth. 2014. “2007. ‘Pragmatics and Critical Discourse Analysis. A cross-disciplinary Analysis.’ Pragmatics and Cognition, 15 (1): 203–225, selected 203–207, 215–218”. In The Discourse Studies Reader: Main currents in theory and analysis, 401–410
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Chilton, Paul, Hailong Tian and Ruth Wodak. 2012. “Preface”. In Discourse and Socio-political Transformations in Contemporary China, vii–ix
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Chilton, Paul, Hailong Tian and Ruth Wodak. 2010. “Preface”. In Discourse and Socio-Political Transformations in Contemporary China, 485–487
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Wodak, Ruth. 2009. “The semiotics of racism: A critical discourse-historical analysis”. In Discourse, of Course: An overview of research in discourse studies, 311–326
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Wodak, Ruth. 2006. “Critical Linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis”. In Handbook of Pragmatics: 2006 Installment, 1–24
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Wodak, Ruth. 2006. “‘Doing Politics’”. Journal of Language and Politics  5:3, 299–303
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Wodak, Ruth and Scott Wright. 2006. “The European Union in Cyberspace”. In Languages of the Internet, 251–275
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Chilton, Paul and Ruth Wodak. 2005. “Preface”. In A New Agenda in (Critical) Discourse Analysis: Theory, methodology and interdisciplinarity, xi–xii
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Oberhuber, Florian, Christoph Bärenreuter, Michał Krzyżanowski, Heinz Schönbauer and Ruth Wodak. 2005. “Debating the European Constitution”. Journal of Language and Politics  4:2, 227–271
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Wodak, Ruth. 2004. “Preface”. In Communicating/Doing Politics, 381–383
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Wodak, Ruth. 2005. “Inter/trans/post-disciplinarity and the study of language and/in politics”. Journal of Language and Politics  4:2, 169–171
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Wodak, Ruth. 2004. “New directions in research on political discourse?”. Journal of Language and Politics  3:1, 1–2
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Wodak, Ruth. 2003. “Populist discourses”. Document Design  4:2, 132–148
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Wodak, Ruth. 2003. “Editorial”. Journal of Language and Politics  1:2, 197–198
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Wodak, Ruth. 2003. “6. Discourses of silence”. In Discourse and Silencing: Representation and the language of displacement, 179–209
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Wodak, Ruth. 2002. “Introduction”. In Identity Politics, 1–2
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Wodak, Ruth. 2002. “5. Fragmented Identities”. In Politics as Text and Talk: Analytic approaches to political discourse, 143–169
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Wodak, Ruth and Paul Chilton. 2002. “Introducing the Journal of Language and Politics ”. In Identity Politics, v
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Weiss, Gilbert and Ruth Wodak. 2000. “7. Discussion: The EU Committee Regime and the Problem of Public Space. Strategies of depoliticizing unemployment and ideologizing employment policies”. In European Union Discourses on Un/employment: An interdisciplinary approach to employment policy-making and organizational change, 185
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Wodak, Ruth. 2000. “4. From Conflict to Consensus? The co-construction of a policy paper”. In European Union Discourses on Un/employment: An interdisciplinary approach to employment policy-making and organizational change, 73
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Kotthoff, Helga and Ruth Wodak. 1997. “Preface”. In Communicating Gender in Context, vii
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Wodak, Ruth. 1997. ““I know, we won’t revolutionize the world with it, but…””. In Communicating Gender in Context, 335
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Wodak, Ruth. 1995. “Critical Linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis”. In Handbook of Pragmatics: Manual, 204–210
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Wodak, Ruth and Muriel Schulz. 1991. “My mom and I are the best friends”. In Levels of Linguistic Adaptation: Selected papers from the International Pragmatics Conference, Antwerp, August 1987, 267
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Wodak, Ruth. 1989. “Normal–deviant–disturbed?”. In From Sign to Text: A semiotic view of communication, 333
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Wodak, Ruth. 1989. “1968”. In Language, Power and Ideology: Studies in political discourse, 137