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Discourse, identity and legitimacy : self and other in representations of Iran's nuclear programme

Author: Majid KhosraviNik
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2015]
Series: Discourse approaches to politics, society, and culture, v. 62.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Case studies
History
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KhosraviNik, Majid.
Discourse, identity and legitimacy.
Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, [2015]
(DLC) 2015025309
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Majid KhosraviNik
ISBN: 9789027268211 9027268215
OCLC Number: 919495781
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1.1. Background --
1.2. A sketch of Iran's nuclear programme --
1.3. The research focus --
1.4. Socio-political context of Iran --
1.5. The structure of the book --
2.1. Introduction --
2.2. Iran before the 1979 Revolution --
2.2.1. Ghajars, Constitutional Revolution and Reza Shah (Pahlavi I) --
2.2.2. Mohammad Reza Shah (Pahlavi II) --
2.2.3. Mossadegh and the nationalisation of the oil industry --
2.2.4. Towards the Islamic Revolution --
2.3. Iran after the Islamic Revolution: Changes in the grand rhetoric and themes --
2.3.1. Revolutionary Period (1979-1981) --
2.3.2. War Period (1980-1988) --
2.3.3. Economic Reforms Period 1989-1997 (Rafsanjani) --
2.3.4. Political Reforms Period 1997-2005 (Khatami) --
2.3.5. Radical conservative rise 2005-2013 (Ahmadinejad) --
2.4. Political structure of the Islamic Republic of Iran --
3.1. Critical Discourse Analysis --
3.2. The critique/critical in CDA --
3.2.1. CDA and Habermas --
3.3. Discourse in CDA --
3.4. Analysis in CDA --
3.5. Power and ideology in CDA --
3.6. Analysis of meanings in society (language in use) --
3.7. Discourse-Historical Approach (DHA) --
3.7.1. CDA and Self/Other presentation --
3.8. CDA and the media --
3.9. CDA and the international contexts --
3.10. Discourse analysis, Iran and nuclear issue --
4.1. The press in Iran --
4.1.1. Historical development of the press (before the Revolution) --
4.1.2. Historical development of the press (after the Revolution) --
4.1.3. Jameah newspaper --
4.1.4. Newspaper closures --
4.1.5. Issues and challenges --
4.2. The press in Britain --
4.2.1. The state and the press --
4.2.2. Political authority and the press --
4.2.3. Economic model and the press --
4.2.4. Ownership of the press --
4.2.5. Approaches to journalism --
4.2.6. Approaches to press and media analysis --
4.2.7. Current issues --
5.1. Methods in Self and Other presentation --
5.2. Methods in the Discourse-Historical Approach --
5.2.1. Topoi --
5.3. Presupposition and the repertoire of old knowledge --
5.4. Deontic modalisation --
5.5. Recontextualisation --
5.6. Conversationalisation and vagueness --
5.7. UK data selection --
5.7.1. The spike --
5.7.2. The Times' background --
5.7.3. The Guardian's background --
5.8. Iranian data selection --
5.8.1. Kayhan's background --
5.8.2. Shargh's background --
5.9. English translation --
6.1. Discourse topics analysis --
6.2. Textual analysis: a short example --
6.3. Referential strategy --
6.3.1. A note on the Persian language --
6.3.2. Referential strategy: Self --
6.3.3. Referential strategy: Other --
6.3.4. Referential strategy: the nuclear programme --
6.4. Predicational strategy in Kayhan --
6.4.1. Predicational strategy: Self --
6.4.2. Predicational strategy: the Other --
6.5. Argumentative strategy --
6.5.1. Macro legitimatory arguments --
6.5.2. Topoi in macro-legitimatory arguments --
6.5.3. Micro-legitimatory argumentation --
6.6. Other discursive qualities --
6.6.1. Presuppositions --
6.6.2. Recontextualisation of the news --
7.1. Discourse topics analysis --
7.2. Shargh's contents --
7.2.1. Textual analysis: reported official content --
7.2.2. Textual analysis: non-official content --
7.3. Reported official content --
7.3.1. Referential strategy --
7.3.2. Predicational strategy --
7.4. Non-official content --
7.4.1. Referential strategy --
7.4.2. Predicational strategy --
7.5. Argumentative strategies --
8.1. Discourse topics analysis --
8.2. Textual analysis: a short example --
8.3. Referential strategy --
8.3.1. Referential strategy: Self (the West) --
8.3.2. Referential strategy: Other (Iran) --
8.3.3. Referential strategy: Iran's nuclear programme --
8.4. Predicational strategy --
8.4.1. Predicational strategy: Self --
8.4.2. Predicational strategy: Other --
8.5. Argumentative strategy --
8.5.1. Topos of threat: we are right because they are (constructed as) a threat --
8.6. Presupposition and shared knowledge --
8.6.1. Presupposition triggers --
9.1. Discourse topics analysis --
9.2. Textual analysis: a short example --
9.3. Referential strategy --
9.3.1. Referential strategy: Self (West) --
9.3.2. Referential strategy: Other (Iran) --
9.3.3. Referential strategy: Iran's nuclear programme --
9.4. Predicational strategy --
9.4.1. Predicational strategy: Self --
9.4.2. Predicational strategy: Other --
9.5. Argumentative strategy --
9.6. Presupposition and shared knowledge --
9.7. Automatic processes --
10.1. Self and Other in Iranian dailies --
Kayhan --
Shargh --
10.2. Self and Other in the British dailies --
The Times --
The Guardian --
10.3. Overall remarks.
Series Title: Discourse approaches to politics, society, and culture, v. 62.
Responsibility: by Majid KhosraviNik.

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