The Routledge Handbook of Critical Discourse Studies

The Routledge Handbook of Critical Discourse Studies

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The Routledge Handbook of Critical Discourse Studies provides a state-of-the-art overview of the important and rapidly developing field of Critical Discourse Studies (CDS). Forty-one chapters from leading international scholars cover the central theories, concepts, contexts and applications of CDS and how they have developed, encompassing: * approaches * analytical methods * interdisciplinarity * social divisions and power * domains and media. Including methodologies to assist those undertaking their own critical research of discourse, this Handbook is key reading for all those engaged in the study and research of Critical Discourse Analysis within English Language and Linguistics, Communication, Media Studies and related more

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  • Hardback | 696 pages
  • 174 x 246 x 50.8mm | 1,260.99g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 15 black & white tables
  • 1138826405
  • 9781138826403

Table of contents

1. Approaches Norman Fairclough: CDA as dialectical reasoning Teun van Dijk: Socio-cognitive approach Martin Reisigl: Discourse Historical Approach Per Ledin & David Machin: Multi-modal Critical Discourse Analysis Christopher Hart: Cognitive Linguistic Critical Discourse Studies Piotr Cap: Spatial Cognition Nicholas Subtirelu & Paul Baker: Corpus-based approaches Dalia Gavriely: Cultural Critical Discourse Analysis Tom Bartlett: Positive Discourse Analysis 2. Analytical methods Meriel Bloor and Thomas Bloor: Systemic Functional Linguistics John Flowerdew: Critical Discourse Studies and context Michal Krzyzanowski: Ethnography and Critical Discourse Studies Alexandra Polyzou: Pragmatics Carl Ng: Metaphor Manfred Keinpointer: Rhetoric and argumentation Isabela Fairclough: Deliberative discourse 3. Interdisciplinarity Bernhard Forchtner: Critical Discourse Studies & Social Theory Nico Carpentier: Discourse-theoretical analysis (DTA) Sean Phelan: Critical Discourse Analysis & Media Studies Mariana Achugar: Critical Discourse Analysis and History Laura Filardo Llamas & Michael Boyd: Critical Discourse Analysis & Politics Crispin Thurlow: Critical discourse studies in/of applied contexts 4. Social Divisions and Power David Block: Class and class warfare Susana Martinez Guillem: Race/Ethnicity Michelle Lazar: Feminist Critical Discourse Studies Heiko Motschenbacher: Sexuality in Critical Discourse Studies Ruth Wodak: Discourses about Nationalism Christian Chun: Neoliberalism, globalization and Critical Discourse Studies Aditi Bhatia: The Discursive Construction of Terrorism and Violence John E Richardson: Fascist discourse 5. Domains and Media Rebecca Rogers: Critical Discourse Analysis and Educational Discourses Jothie Rajah: Legal discourse Arran Stibbe: Critical Discourse Analysis and Ecology Darren Kelsey: Journalism Felicitas Macgilchrist: Textbooks Alon Lischinsky: Critical Discourse Studies and branding Theo van Leeuwen: The critical analysis of musical discourse Emilia Djonov & Theo van Leeuwen: Software Majid KhosraviNik: Social Media & 'Web 2.0' Goran Eriksson: Critical Discourse Analysis of reality television John Bateman: Critical Discourse Analysis and filmshow more

About John Richardson

John Flowerdew is Emeritus Professor at City University of Hong Kong and a visiting professor at Lancaster University. He has authored and co-authored several books including: Advances in Discourse Studies (with V. K. Bhatia and R. Jones, 2008), Critical Discourse Analysis in Historiography (2012), Discourse in English Language Education (2013), and Discourse in Context (2014). He serves on the editorial boards of a range of international journals, including Critical Discourse Studies, Journal of Pragmatics, Journal of Language and Politics, and Journal of English for Specific Purposes. John E Richardson is a Reader in Critical Discourse Studies at Loughborough University. He is Editor of the international journal Critical Discourse Studies and has authored or edited several books including: Analysing Media Discourses (2011), Analysing Fascist Discourse (2013), Advances in Critical Discourse Studies (with M. Krzyzanowksi, D. Machin, and R. Wodak, 2014), and British Fascism: A Discourse-Historic Analysis (forthcoming).show more