Ideology: A Multidisciplinary Approach
The definition of ideology continues to occupy scholars across a wide range of disciplines. In this book, Teun A van Dijk sketches a challenging new multidisciplinary framework for theorizing ideology. He defines ideology as the basis of the social representations of a group, its functions in terms of social relations between groups, and its reproduction as enacted by discourse. Contemporary racist discourse is examined to illustrate these ideological relations between cognition, society and discourse.
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Chapter 18 Dominant Ideologies?
Chapter 19 Institutions
Part III Discourse
Chapter 21 Discourse Structures
Chapter 22 Context
Chapter 23 Reproduction
Chapter 24 From Cognition to Discourse
Chapter 25 Persuasion
Chapter 9 Consciousness
Chapter 10 Common Sense
Chapter 11 Knowledge and Truth
Chapter 12 Identity
Chapter 13 Social Cognition
Part II Society
Chapter 15 Groups
Chapter 16 Group Relations
Chapter 17 Elites
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