Language and Power
Language in Social Life is a major series which highlights the importance of language to an understanding of issues of social and professional concern. It will be of practical relevance to all those wanting to understand how the ways we communicate both influence and are influenced by the structures and forces of contemporary social institutions.
Language and Power was first published in 1989 and quickly established itself as a ground-breaking book. Its popularity continues as an accessible introductory text to the field of Discourse Analysis, focusing on:
The question of language and power is still important and urgent in the twenty-first century, but there have been substantial changes in social life during the past decade which have somewhat changed the nature of unequal power relations, and therefore the agenda for the critical study of language. In this new edition, Norman Fairclough brings the discussion fully up-to-date and covers the issue of 'globalisation' of power relations and the development of the internet in relation to Language and Power. The bibliography has also been fully updated to include important new reference material.
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Review: Language and PowerUser Review - Jason Antoniewicz - Goodreads
Read this a long time ago and it was one of a small number of texts which reframed how I thought about language use in many contexts. Interesting stuff. Read full review
Review: Language and PowerUser Review - Геллее Авбакар - Goodreads
Norman Fairclough is very famous and considered to be the father of Critical discourse analysis, but the most notable thing is his works is that he is making a comparison between the society and the ... Read full review
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Social Linguistics and Literacies: Ideology in Discourses
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Analysing Discourse: Textual Analysis for Social Research
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ANTH 117/LING 117, LANGUAGE AND POWER
ANTH 117 LANGUAGE AND POWER. Claudia Strauss, Fall 2007 ... Norman Fairclough, Language and Power. Margaret Wetherell et al., Discourse Theory and Practice ...
www.pitzer.edu/ academics/ faculty/ strauss/ syllabus%20for%20117-07.pdf
Linguistics and Education : Language and Power in Bourdieu: On ...
Language and Power in Bourdieu: On Hasan's “The Disempowerment Game”. Lilie Chouliaraki Corresponding Author Contact Information ...
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Language in the Courtroom
Language and power in the courtroom. It has been argued that language has become the 'primary ... Language and Power. London: Longman. Gumperz, John. 1982. ...
www.ljp.utk.edu/ iafl/ 1997/ abstracts/ lang_courtroom.htm
Language and Power
Language and Power. Norman Fairclough. London: Longman. 2001. Description. Language and Power is about how language works to maintain and change power ...
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Research on Language andpower: Talking Empowerment?
language and power: Rampton (differences in the language use and lin- ... with respect to language and power leads these authors to treat them as ...
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Norman Fairclough - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Language and Power (1989; now in a revised second edition 2001) explored the .... Talbot, M., K. Atkinson & D. Atkinson (2003) Language and Power in the ...
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Preface: Power of Language and Power behind Language -- Ng 14 (4 ...
Power of Language and Power behind Language. Sik Hung Ng. Victoria University of Wellington. References. Bales, rf (1956). Interaction process analysis. ...
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Developing Curriculum and Audience: The Case of the Module ...
The module “Language and Power” was constructed a decade ago to address the language ... Language and Power. There has been a great deal of discussion on ...
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This term’s ICS discussion group will look at some of the issues surrounding language and power in academic research. Each of the four sessions will explore ...
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Recent work includes Fairclough's own Language and Power (1989) and. Phillipson's Linguistic Imperialism (1992). It is not, in other words, a neutral ...
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