Ethnography, discourse, and hegemony
Special Issue of Pragmatics 13:1 (2003)
[Pragmatics, 13:1] 2003. ca. 125 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Original publisher: International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)
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Table of Contents
IntroductionJan Blommaert, James Collins, Monica Heller, Ben Rampton, Stef Slembrouck and Jef Verschueren | pp. 1–10
Actors and discourses in the construction of hegemonyMonica Heller | pp. 11–31
Orthopraxy, writing and identity: Shaping lives through borrowed genres in CongoJan Blommaert | pp. 33–48
Hegemony, social class and stylisationBen Rampton | pp. 49–83
“The reading wars in situ”James Collins | pp. 85–100
Class and parenting in accounts of child protection: A discursive ethnography under constructionStef Slembrouck | pp. 101–134
A touch of class: The erasion of group-based social inequality as a hegemonic process in political discourseJef Verschueren | pp. 135–143
Political cross-discourse: Conversationalization, imaginary networks, and social fields in GalizaCelso Alvarez-Cáccamo and Gabriela Prego-Vázquez | pp. 145–162
Discourse theory and the study of ideological (trans-)formations: Analysing social democratic revisionismPatrick De Vos | pp. 163–180
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