Manipulation and ideologies in the twentieth century.
Philadelphia : J. Benjamins Pub. Co., 2005
Louis de Saussure; Peter Schulz
|描述：||1 online resource (xvi, 312 p.)|
|内容：||1. Foreword: Preview by review (by Eemeren, Frans H. van), pix-xvi; 2. Introduction (by Saussure, Louis de), p1-14; 3. Manipulation, memes and metaphors: The case of Mein Kampf (by Chilton, Paul), p15-43; 4. Morpho-syntactic and textual realizations as deliberate pragmatic argumentative linguistic tools? (by Danler, Paul), p45-60; 5. Towards a typology of manipulative processes (by Rigotti, Eddo), p61-83; 6. Are manipulative texts 'coherent'?: Manipulation, presuppositions and (in-)congruity (by Rocci, Andrea), p85-112; 7. Manipulation and cognitive pragmatics: Preliminary hypotheses (by Saussure, Louis de), p113-145; 8. The role of misused concepts in manufacturing consent: A cognitive account (by Allott, Nicholas), p147-168; 9. Manipulation in the speeches and writings of Hitler and the NSDAP from a cognitive pragmatics viewpoint (by Blass, Regina), p169-190; 10. An integrated approach to the analysis of participant roles in totalitarian discourse: The case of Ceausescu's Agent roles (by Ilie, Cornelia), p191-211; 11. Racist manipulation within Austrian, German, Dutch, French and Italian right-wing populism (by Kienpointner, Manfred), p213-235; 12. Intertextuality, mental spaces and the fall of a hero: Pinochet as a developing topic (by Inchaurralde Besga, Carlos), p237-250; 13. Stalinist vs. fascist propaganda: How much do they have in common? (by Weiss, Daniel), p251-274; 14. Press instructions as a tool to manipulate the public under the German Nazi government - with an eye towards the German Democratic Republic (by Wilke, Jurgen), p275-303|
|叢書名：||Discourse approaches to politics, society, and culture, v. 17.|
|責任：||edited by Louis de Saussure, Peter Schulz.|