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by Ruth Wodak,Rudolf de Cillia,Martin Reisigl,Karin Liebhart


Wodak, Rudolf de Cillia, Martin Reisigl and Karin Liebhart Translated by Angelika Hirscr fansr Richard Meer rähd. We relate all these topics primarily to the discursive construction of 'national' identity which is based on the formation of sameness and difference.

The Discursive Construction of National Identity Ruth Wodak, Rudolf de Cillia, Martin Reisigl and Karin Liebhart Translated by Angelika Hirscr fansr Richard Meer rähd.

PDF On Aug 1, 2010, Frances Julia Riemer and others published Ruth Wodak, Rudolf De Cillia, Martin Reisigl . Springer Science+Business Media .

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Ruth Wodak is Distinguished Professor of Discourse Studies at Lancaster University. Rudolf de Cillia is Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Vienna.

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Home Browse Books Book details, The Discursive Construction of National Identity. The Discursive Construction of National Identity. This volume examines European discourses of national identity, paying particular attention to Austria. The authors interpret ongoing transformations of the self and the other through a combination of historical theory and methodology and political science. However, we have also observed new, salient developments that deserve our critical attention.

Wodak, de Cillia, Reisigl and Liebhart. In the tradition of critical discourse analysis, the authors have developed a method of description and analysis of national identity which has applications to many other western European states

Wodak, de Cillia, Reisigl and Liebhart. In the tradition of critical discourse analysis, the authors have developed a method of description and analysis of national identity which has applications to many other western European states. The authors interpret ongoing transformations in the self- and other-definition of national identity using an innovative approach which combines theory and methodology and political science approaches.

By Ruth Wodak, Rudolf de Cillia, Martin Reisigl and Karin Liebhart', Discourse Studies, vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 504-506. By Ruth Wodak, Rudolf de Cillia, Martin Reisigl and Karin Liebhart. Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press.

Published: 28 January 2010. Ruth Wodak, Rudolf De Cillia, Martin Reisigl, Karin Liebhart: The Discursive Construction of National Identity. Frances Julia Riemer.

Reisigl, Martin & Wodak, Ruth (2001). Discourse and Discrimination. Wodak, Ruth, de Cillia, Rudolf, Reisigl, Martin, & Liebhart, Karin (Ed. (1999). Edinburgh: EUP. Wodak, Ruth (E. (1997). Gender and Discourse. (1989).

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How do we construct national identities in discourse? Which topics, which discursive strategies and which linguistic devices are employed to construct national sameness and uniqueness on the one hand, and differences to other national collectives on the other hand? The Discursive Construction of National Identity analyses discourses of national identity in Europe with particular attention to Austria.In the tradition of critical discourse analysis, the authors analyse current and on-going transformations in the self-and other definition of national identities using an innovative interdisciplinary approach which combines discourse-historical theory and methodology and political science perspectives. Thus, the rhetorical promotion of national identification and the discursive construction and reproduction of national difference on public, semi-public and semi-private levels within a nation state are analysed in much detail and illustrated with a huge amount of examples taken from many genres (speeches, focus-groups, interviews, media, and so forth). In addition to the critical discourse analysis of multiple genres accompanying various commemorative and celebratory events in 1995, this extended and revised edition is able to draw comparisons with similar events in 2005. The impact of socio-political changes in Austria and in the European Union is also made transparent in the attempts of constructing hegemonic national identities.
The Discursive Construction of National Identity (Critical Discourse Analysis) ebook
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Ruth Wodak,Rudolf de Cillia,Martin Reisigl,Karin Liebhart
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