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Norman Fairclough
Lancaster University
SociologyPolitical scienceCritical discourse analysisSocial scienceDiscourse analysis
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#2Maycon Silva Aguiar (UFRJ: Federal University of Rio de Janeiro)
Neste texto, resumo de que modo minha abordagem, a Analise Critica do Discurso (ACD), modificou-se ao longo dos ultimos 30 anos; e, entao, apresento sua versao mais recente: a ACD como “raciocinio dialetico”. Essa versao enfatiza a relacao entre critica, explanacao e acao. Discuto como essa visao de ACD pode apoiar a acao politica, com a finalidade de mudar a vida social para melhor, referindo-me ao “Kilburn Manifesto” por transcender o neoliberalismo. O foco no raciocinio dialetico diferencia e...
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#2Isabela Fairclough (UCLan: University of Central Lancashire)H-Index: 5
ABSTRACTWe argue for a procedural approach to ethical critique in CDA based upon the ‘argumentative turn’ in CDA advocated in our recent publications. This is not a matter of abandoning substantive critique, or abandoning the long-standing commitment of our version of CDA to critique of domination and of ideology, but of integrating them into a deliberative procedure for critical questioning, from an impartial and unbiased standpoint. The advantage of this position is that it enables us to accen...
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Jakob Mey (Pragmatics: an introduction. Blackwell, Oxford, 1993) differentiates between ‘micropragmatics’ and ‘macropragmatics’, and suggests that the latter can be understood in two ways: ‘an extensional way of simply enlarging the units we’re looking at’ in terms of either co-text or context, or ‘digging down’ to ‘the intensional base of pragmatics, putting emphasis on those factors that, albeit not explicitly expressed in any text, still determine the form of that text in ways that are diffic...
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Este trabalho e baseado na apresentacao da conferencia sobre discurso da midia na Universidade Strathclyde, em setembro de 1992...
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#2Isabela FaircloughH-Index: 5
Interpretive political science focuses on the meanings that shape actions and institutions, and the ways in which they do so. This Handbook explores the implications of interpretive theory for the study of politics. It provides the first definitive survey of the field edited by two of its pioneers. Written by leading scholars from a range of disciplinary backgrounds, the Handbook’s 32 chapters are split into five parts which explore: the contrast between interpretive theory and mainstream politi...
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List of contributors Acknowledgements 1. Introduction, Norman Fairclough Part I: Language Awareness: Critical and Non-critical Approaches 2. The appropriacy of 'appropriateness', Norman Fairclough Part II: Critical Language Awareness in Diverse Educational Contexts 3. Critical literacy awareness in the EFL classroom, Catherine Wallace 4. Making it work - communication skills training at a black housing association, Pete Sayers 5. Principles and practice of CLA in the classroom, Romy Clark 6. Who...
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