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9780333970232

Critical Discourse Analysis Theory and Interdisciplinarity

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    9780333970232

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    0333970233

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2003-02-22
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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Summary

Can discourse analysis techniques adequately deal with complex social phenomena? What does "interdisciplinarity" mean for theory building and the practice of empirical research? This volume provides an innovative and original debate on critical theory and discourse analysis, focussing on the extent to which critical discourse analysis can and should draw on the theory and methodology of a range of disciplines within the social sciences.

Author Biography

Gilbert Weiss and Ruth Wodak are both at the Austrian Academy of Sciences.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
Gilbert Weiss
Ruth Wodak
Acknowledgements viii
Notes on Contributors ix
Introduction: Theory, Interdisciplinarity and Critical Discourse Analysis
1(34)
Gilbert Weiss
Ruth Wodak
Part I Critical ≠ Critical ≠ Critical
Critical Discourse Analysis and the Rhetoric of Critique
35(12)
Michael Billig
Critical Discourse Analysis and the Development of the New Science
47(16)
Carlos A.M. Gouveia
Reflexivity and the Doubles of Modern Man: The Discursive Construction of Anthropological Subject Positions
63(22)
Marianne W. Jørgensen
Part II Debating and Practising Interdisciplinarity
The Discourse-Knowledge Interface
85(25)
Teun A. van Dijk
Critical Discourse Analysis and Evaluative Meaning: Interdisciplinarity as a Critical Turn
110(20)
Phil Graham
Texts and Discourses in the Technologies of Social Organization
130(20)
Jay L. Lemke
Identities in Flux: Arabs and Jews in Israel
150(17)
Marcelo Dascal
Political and Somatic Alignment: Habitus, Ideology and Social Practice
167(32)
Suzanne Scollon
Voicing the 'Other': Reading and Writing Indigenous Australians
199(24)
Jim R. Martin
Part III From Theory to Social and Political Practice
Activist Sociolinguistics in a Critical Discourse Analysis Perspective
223(18)
Patricia E. O'Connor
Discourse at Work: When Women Take On the Role of Manager
241(31)
Luisa Martin Rojo
Concepcion Gomez Esteban
Cross-Cultural Representation of `Otherness' in Media Discourse
272(25)
Carmen Rosa Caldas-Coulthard
Interaction between Visual and Verbal Communication: Changing Patterns in the Printed Media
297(16)
Christine Anthonissen
Index 313

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