[Journal of Language and Politics, 3:3] 2004. 170 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Preface: The power of language in political discourseRuth Wodak | pp. 381–383
Controversial works of art: Some notes on public conflictsTasos Zembylas | pp. 385–407
Bush’s and Gore’s language and gestures in the 2000 US presidential debates: A test case for two models of metaphorsAlan Cienki | pp. 409–440
The metaphors of globalization and trade: An analysis of the language used in the WTORoya Ghafele | pp. 441–462
The articulation of nation and politics in the Scottish pressMichael Higgins | pp. 463–483
“Clean and green — That’s the way we like it”: Greening a country, building a nationPeter Teo | pp. 485–505
Racializing language: A history of linguistic ideologies in the US CensusJennifer Leeman | pp. 507–534
Rudolf de Cillia, Hans-Jürgen Krumm & Ruth Wodak. Die Kosten der Mehrsprachigkeit. Globalisierung und sprachliche Vielfalt. The Cost of Multilingualism. Globalisation and Linguistic DiversityReviewed by Jon Milner | pp. 535–541
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