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Contemporary discourses of hate and radicalism across space and genres

Author: Monika Weronika Kopytowska
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2017]
Series: Benjamins current topics, Volume 93.
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This unique volume brings together various academic voices and critical reflections on discursive manifestations of hate and radicalism in contemporary public discourses. The authors venture into an array of socio-political contexts and public spaces, providing a compelling overview of similarities and divergences, continuities and discontinuities, outward hatred and the "politics of denial", the use of collective  Read more...
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Contemporary discourses of hate and radicalism across space and genres.
Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2017]
(DLC) 2017020008
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Monika Weronika Kopytowska
ISBN: 9789027264985 9027264988
OCLC Number: 1003132184
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction: Discourses of hate and radicalism in action / Monika Kopytowska --
Saying the unsayable: Denying the Holocaust in media debates in Austria and the UK / Ruth Wodak --
Dehumanizing metaphors in UK immigrant debates in press and online media / Andreas Musolff --
Mobilizing against the Other: Cyberhate, refugee crisis and proximization / Monika Kopytowska, Lukasz Grabowski and Julita Wozniak --
The hate that dare not speak its name? / Robbie Love and Paul Baker --
The paranoid style in politics: Ideological underpinnings of the discourse of Second Amendment absolutism / Adam Hodges --
The politics of being insulted: The uses of hurt feelings in Israeli public discourse / Zohar Kampf --
Representing "terrorism": The radicalisation of the May 2013 Woolwich attack in British press reportage / Matthew Evans and Simone Schuller --
"Threatening other" or "role-model brother"? China in the eyes of the British and Hungarian far-right / Anna Szilágyi --
Political crisis and the Rise of the Far Right in Greece: Racism, nationalism, authoritarianism and conservatism in the discourse of Golden Dawn / Panagiotis Sotiris --
Discursive violence and responsibility: Notes on the pragmatics of Dutch populism / Michiel Leezenberg.
Series Title: Benjamins current topics, Volume 93.
Responsibility: edited by Monika Kopytowska, University of Lódz.

Abstract:

This unique volume brings together various academic voices and critical reflections on discursive manifestations of hate and radicalism in contemporary public discourses. The authors venture into an array of socio-political contexts and public spaces, providing a compelling overview of similarities and divergences, continuities and discontinuities, outward hatred and the "politics of denial", the use of collective symbols and construction of individual identities. Multiple genres are taken under scrutiny, including blogs, forums, internet websites and newspaper coverage, political speeches and debates, news reports and broadcast interactions, with a view to capturing the themes and pragma-rhetorical strategies within texts abundant with radical and hateful messages. In addition to examining discourse dynamics and the underlying logic of such texts, the contributors to this monograph explore the ideological motivations and the consequences they might have for social actions on both an individual and collective level.Highly relevant in the contemporary world, divided by conflicts, power and resource struggles, right-wing extremism, and crusades against the imaginary Other, the book presents state-of-the-art interdisciplinary research that should be of interest to specialists in pragmatics, rhetoric, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, as well as media and communication studies.Originally published as a special issue of Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 3:1 (2015).

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