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FAIRCLOUGH Discourse and Social Change
Table of contents. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item He writes in an admirably lucid way about some very complex issues.
It is a book to which those interested in the critical analysis of discourse and ideology should pay close attention. Moreover, students will benefit from the clearly presented examples, which Fairclough uses to show the methods of critical discourse analysis. Fairclough has written a strong book.
He is clear and honest about his motivations, and straightforward in his findings. For these reasons alone, the book deserves wide reading, but all the more so because the author has combined his scholarly and pedagogical purposes well in this very readable and useful work.
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Designed to be of use to researchers and advanced students, it contains many examples of discourse. Find a copy online Links to this item Table of contents. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Attempting to combine social theory and linguistics, Fairclough shows how the study of language can take account of issues of social structure and change, such as the relations of power and ideology.
Read more Reviews Editorial reviews. Publisher Synopsis 'Norman Fairclough's new book presents an original argument for a critical, text-oriented form of discourse analysis. User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Be the first. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Similar Items Related Subjects: 9 Discourse analysis.
Social change. Analyse du discours. Changement social. Sociale verandering. All rights reserved. Remember me on this computer. Cancel Forgot your password? Norman Fairclough. Print book : English View all editions and formats. Discourse analysis. View all subjects. User lists Similar Items. Norman Fairclough Find more information about: Norman Fairclough.
Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1. Approaches to Discourse Analysis -- 2. Michael Foucault and the Analysis of Discourse -- 3. A Social Theory of Discourse -- 4. Intertextuality -- 5. Text Analysis : Constructing Social Reality -- 7. Discourse and Social Change in Contemporary Society -- 8. Doing Discourse Analysis -- References -- Index. Home About Help Search.
Discourse and/as Social Practice – the Analysis of the Problem of Resistance and Hegemony
Table of contents. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Finding libraries that hold this item He writes in an admirably lucid way about some very complex issues. It is a book to which those interested in the critical analysis of discourse and ideology should pay close attention.
This is the reason motivating many revisions of Foucault's method mainly by attempting to introduce a theory of action in order to make a socially active subject link discourse and reality. CDA authored by Norman Fairclough introduces a three-dimensional concept of discourse as text, discursive practice and social practice and uses the Gramscian concept of hegemony rather than ideology to strategically try and surpass the charge for discourse determinism. Seeing discourse as social practice enables us to combine the perspectives of structure and action, because practice is at the same time determined by its position in the structured network of practices and a lived performance, a domain of social action and interaction that both reproduces structures and has the potential to transform them. Gramsci's concept of hegemony sees cultural production as a tool that maintains domination by securing the spontaneous consent of the subordinated. The results suggest a possible subversive intervention into the sphere of discursive practices hegemonic struggle of different voices for supremacy in the order of discourse defining the reception of Zagorka and indicate that detailed empirical research on discursive effects in a series of domains is a method of research on political investment of the order of discourse into social change.
The motivation and diffusion of language change have been modelled and discussed in frequently conflicting terms, often focused on an isolated set of features rather than more integrative sociolinguistic concerns. We present a case study of language change in Austrian German along a broad range of lexical, syntactic as well as textual features, approached through a corpus based on genres situated in the pertinent fields of news reporting, education and business. While recent sociolinguistic studies relate language change to individual genres, sets of genres e. This case study includes quantitative and qualitative analyses of a broad set of linguistic features in written genres from social fields that previous research has shown to be highly significant for language change in terms of impact and as indicators of ongoing change e. Our selection of genres in these fields is guided by several considerations: continued existence since at least , established and formally taught, well-researched, publicly accessible, written, fact-rather than opinion-oriented, and planned, formalised text structure. While some of the selection criteria were necessarily also pragmatic due to limited funding, they assured maximum comparability.
NORMAN FAIRCLOUGH Discourse and Social Change. Polity Press, This is a very ambitious, not to say audacious book It seeks to bring together.
Discourse and social change
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