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Communication and discourse theory : collected works of the Brussels Discourse Theory Group

Author: Leen Van Brussel; Nico Carpentier; Benjamin de Cleen
Publisher: Intellect Bristol, UK ; Chicago, USA 2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Leen Van Brussel; Nico Carpentier; Benjamin de Cleen
ISBN: 9781789380545 1789380545
OCLC Number: 1101130511
Description: vi, 312 Seiten : Diagramme
Contents: Introduction: Discourse Theory, Media and Communication, and the Work of the Brussels Discourse Theory GroupNico Carpentier, Benjamin De Cleen, and Leen Van BrusselSection 1: Political IdeologiesChapter 1: Crisis, Austerity, and Opposition in Mainstream Media Discourses in GreeceYiannis MylonasChapter 2: (Re)Articulating Feminism: A Discourse Analysis of Sweden's Feminist Initiative Election CampaignKirill Filimonov and Jakob SvenssonChapter 3: The Stage as an Arena of Politics: The Struggle between the Vlaams Blok/Belang and the Flemish City TheatresBenjamin De CleenSection 2: The Politics of Everyday Life Chapter 4: A Discourse-Theoretical Approach to Death and Dying Leen Van BrusselChapter 5: Putting Your Relationship to the Test: Constructions of Fidelity, Seduction, and Participation in Temptation IslandNico CarpentierSection 3: Production Chapter 6: The Postmodern Challenge to Journalism: Strategies for Constructing a Trustworthy IdentityJo Bogaerts and Nico CarpentierChapter 7: The Particularity of Objectivity: A Poststructuralist and Psychoanalytical Reading of the Gap between Objectivity-as-a-Value and Objectivity-as-a-Practice in the 2003 Iraqi War CoverageNico Carpentier and Marit TrioenSection 4: Audiences and ParticipationChapter 8: The Articulation of "Audience" in Chinese Communication Research Guiquan XuChapter 9: Articulating the Visitor in Public Knowledge Institutions Krista Lepik and Nico CarpentierChapter 10: To be a Common Hero: The Uneasy Balance between the Ordinary and Ordinariness in the Subject Position of Mediated Ordinary People in the Talk Show Jan PubliekNico Carpentier and Wim HannotSection 5: Activism and Resistance Chapter 11: Online Barter and Counter-Hegemonic Resistance Giulia AiraghiChapter 12: Activist Fantasies on ICT-Related Social Change in Istanbul Itir AkdoganChapter 13: Contesting the Populist Claim on "The People" through Popular Culture: The 0110 Concerts versus the Vlaams BelangBenjamin De Cleen and Nico CarpentierBiographies Previous Publications
Responsibility: edited by Leen Van Brussel, Nico Carpentier, and Benjamin De Cleen.

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