List of John Benjamins publications for which Michal Hamo plays a role.
“I have nothing to do but agree”: Affiliative meta-discursive follow-ups as a resource for the reciprocal positioning of journalists, experts and politicians-as-experts in television news. Follow-ups in Political Discourse: Explorations across contexts and discourse domains, Weizman, Elda and Anita Fetzer (eds.), pp. 57–802015.
The present study explores the distinctions, hybridization and ambiguities of the reciprocal positioning of journalists and experts on the news, by examining a corpus of Israeli television news items combining interviews with affiliated journalists and external experts. The analysis reveals a… read more | Article
Review of Weizman (2008): Positioning in Media Dialogue: Negotiating Roles in the News Interview. Pragmatics & Cognition 19:3, pp. 591–5952011.
Dialectic textual negotiation: Redemption and sovereignty in manifestos of the Israeli religious settlers’ movement. Journal of Language and Politics 10:3, pp. 416–4352011.
The present study proposes a discourse-immanent view (following Wodak 2001) of political manifestos, examining them as sites for textually negotiating tensions and paradoxes, rather than focusing on their persuasive aspects. This approach is applied to the analysis of two founding documents of the… read more | Article