Paul Chilton

List of John Benjamins publications for which Paul Chilton plays a role.

Book series

Journals

Titles

Discourse, Politics and Media in Contemporary China

Edited by Qing Cao, Hailong Tian and Paul Chilton

Subjects Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Pragmatics | Sino-Tibetan languages

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.
Subjects Discourse studies | Pragmatics

Discourse and Socio-Political Transformations in Contemporary China

Edited by Paul Chilton, Hailong Tian and Ruth Wodak

Special issue of Journal of Language and Politics 9:4 (2010) v, 157 pp.
Subjects Discourse studies | Pragmatics
Subjects Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Pragmatics
Subjects Discourse studies | Pragmatics

Political Discourse in Transition in Europe 1989–1991

Edited by Paul Chilton, Mikhail V. Ilyin and Jacob L. Mey

[Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 36] 1998. xi, 272 pp.
Subjects Discourse studies | Pragmatics

Articles

At the centre of populism is a problem of meaning. We could simply say it is a semiotic problem, but I would like to go further, and say that it’s a cognitive problem, one intrinsic to the human nervous system. It is a characteristic of our species that becomes highly active and significant in… read more | Article
Tian, Hailong and Paul Chilton 2014 Chapter 8. Issues in discourse approach to social transformations in China: A synopsisDiscourse, Politics and Media in Contemporary China, Cao, Qing, Hailong Tian and Paul Chilton (eds.), pp. 195–208
This chapter discusses theoretical and methodological issues concerning doing critical discourse analysis in China. The authors believe that China’s unique social, cultural and political context justifies an assumption that the Western originated paradigm of critical discourse analysis needs… read more | Article
Chilton, Paul, Hailong Tian and Ruth Wodak 2012 PrefaceDiscourse and Socio-political Transformations in Contemporary China, Chilton, Paul, Hailong Tian and Ruth Wodak (eds.), pp. vii–ix
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Chilton, Paul, Hailong Tian and Ruth Wodak 2012 Reflections on discourse and critique in China and the WestDiscourse and Socio-political Transformations in Contemporary China, Chilton, Paul, Hailong Tian and Ruth Wodak (eds.), pp. 1–18
The term “critical”, as used by scholars writing under the banner of Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA), is in need of review in a new global intellectual environment in which diverse philosophical and political traditions are increasingly in contact with one another. This chapter is particularly… read more | Article
Chilton, Paul 2011 ManipulationDiscursive Pragmatics, Zienkowski, Jan, Jan-Ola Östman and Jef Verschueren (eds.), pp. 176–189
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Chilton, Paul, Hailong Tian and Ruth Wodak 2010 PrefaceDiscourse and Socio-Political Transformations in Contemporary China, Chilton, Paul, Hailong Tian and Ruth Wodak (eds.), pp. 485–487
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Chilton, Paul, Hailong Tian and Ruth Wodak 2010 Reflections on discourse and critique in China and the WestDiscourse and Socio-Political Transformations in Contemporary China, Chilton, Paul, Hailong Tian and Ruth Wodak (eds.), pp. 489–507
The term “critical”, as used by scholars writing under the banner of Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA), is in need of review in a new global intellectual environment in which diverse philosophical and political traditions are increasingly in contact with one another. This essay is particularly… read more | Article
Chilton, Paul 2009 Get and the grasp schema: A new approach to conceptual modelling in image schema semanticsNew Directions in Cognitive Linguistics, Evans, Vyvyan and Stéphanie Pourcel (eds.), pp. 331–370
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Chilton, Paul 2008 Reflections on blends and discourseMental Spaces in Discourse and Interaction, Oakley, Todd and Anders Hougaard (eds.), pp. 251–256
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The paper has two related aims. One is to outline a proposal for a spatially motivated model of discourse, called Discourse Space Theory. The other is to use this framework to explore, in a relatively formalised way, the spatial basis of the conceptual complexities arising in the uses of the… read more | Article
Editorial
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Chilton, Paul 2005 Vectors, viewpoint and viewpoint shiftAnnual Review of Cognitive Linguistics: Volume 3, Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, Francisco José (ed.), pp. 78–116
Cognitive Linguistics has developed many insights into language but no systematic formalism. This article proposes that the discipline can benefit from standard geometrical formalisms. It outlines an approach called Discourse Space Theory (DST) that uses coordinate geometry and vector spaces. It… read more | Article
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Chilton, Paul and Ruth Wodak 2005 PrefaceA New Agenda in (Critical) Discourse Analysis: Theory, methodology and interdisciplinarity, Wodak, Ruth and Paul Chilton (eds.), pp. xi–xii
Miscellaneous
Chilton, Paul 2003 ManipulationHandbook of Pragmatics: 2002 Installment, Verschueren, Jef, Jan-Ola Östman, Jan Blommaert † and Chris Bulcaen (eds.), pp. 1–16
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Chilton, Paul 2002 IntroductionParliamentary Discourse, pp. 1–3
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Discussion
Chilton, Paul and Christina Schäffner 2002 1. Introduction: Themes and principles in the analysis of political discoursePolitics as Text and Talk: Analytic approaches to political discourse, Chilton, Paul and Christina Schäffner (eds.), pp. 1–41
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Wodak, Ruth and Paul Chilton 2002 Introducing the Journal of Language and PoliticsIdentity Politics, p. 
Introduction
Chilton, Paul 1998 Making Sense of the Cold War’s CollapsePolitical Discourse in Transition in Europe 1989–1991, Chilton, Paul, Mikhail V. Ilyin and Jacob L. Mey (eds.), pp. 15 ff.
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