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The Resource The Routledge handbook of language in conflict, edited by Matthew Evans, Lesley Jeffries and Jim O'Driscoll

The Routledge handbook of language in conflict, edited by Matthew Evans, Lesley Jeffries and Jim O'Driscoll

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The Routledge handbook of language in conflict
Title
The Routledge handbook of language in conflict
Statement of responsibility
edited by Matthew Evans, Lesley Jeffries and Jim O'Driscoll
Title variation
  • Handbook of language in conflict
  • Language in conflict
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Editor
Subject
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eng
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DLC
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illustrations
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index present
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non fiction
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bibliography
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1956-
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  • Evans, Matthew B.
  • Jeffries, Lesley
  • O'Driscoll, Jim
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  • Routledge handbooks in applied linguistics
  • Routledge handbooks
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  • Discourse analysis
  • Language and international relations
  • Written communication
  • Rhetoric
  • Press and propaganda
  • Opposition (Linguistics)
  • Critical discourse analysis
Label
The Routledge handbook of language in conflict, edited by Matthew Evans, Lesley Jeffries and Jim O'Driscoll
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
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  • txt
  • sti
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  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: the origins of the Routledge Handbook of Language in Conflict / Lesley Jeffries and Jim O'Driscoll -- Section 1: Text in conflict: 1. Introduction: textual choice and communication in conflict / Lesley Jeffries -- 2. Discursive (re)construction of the prelude to the 2003 Iraq War in op/ed pieces: dialectics of argument and rhetoric / Ahmed Sahlane -- 3. Stark choices and brutal simplicity: the blunt instrument of constructed opposition in news editorials / Matt Davies -- 4. Projecting your 'opponent''s views: linguistic negation and the potential for conflict / Lisa Nahajec -- 5. Ideological positioning in conflict: the United States and Egypt's domestic political trajectory / Gibreel Sadeq Alaghbary -- 6. Homosexuality in Latvian and Polish parliamentary debates 1994-2013: a historical approach to conflict in political discourse / Joanna Chojnicka -- 7. Conflict and categorisation: a corpus and discourse study of naming participants in forced migration / Charlotte Taylor -- 8. Hate speech: conceptualisations, interpretations and reactions / Sharon Millar -- Section 2: Interaction in conflict: 9. Introduction / Jim O'Driscoll -- 10. Conflict, disagreement and (im)politeness / Maria Sifianou -- 11. Offence and conflict talk / Michael Haugh and Valeria Sinkeviciute -- 12. Conflict interaction: insights from Conversation Analysis Phillip Glenn -- 13. Conflict in political discourse: conflict as congenital to political discourse / Petter Bull and Anne-Marie Simon-Vandenbergen -- 14. Discourse features of disputing in small claims hearings / Karen Tracy and Danielle M. Hodge -- 15. Leadership in conflict: disagreement and consensus negotiation in a start-up team / Christian J. Schmitt and Rosina Marquez-Reiter -- 16. Interaction and conflict in digital communication / Sage L. Graham -- Section 3: Languages in conflict: 17. Introduction: conflict with the stuff of language / Jim O'Driscoll -- 18. Ethnicity, conflict and language choice: the case of northern Ghana / Paul Kerswill and Edward Salifu Mahama -- 19. Language and conflict in the Mapuche context / Robbie Felix Penman -- 20. Linguistic Landscape as an arena of conflict: language removal, exclusion and ethnic identity construction in Lithuania / Irina Moore -- 21. 'You are shamed for speaking it or for not speaking it good enough': the paradoxical status of Spanish in the US Latino community / Pilar G. Blitvich -- 22. Hate crimes: language, vulnerability and conflict / Kamran Khan -- 23. Language ideologies in conflict at the workplace / Julia de Bres and Anne Franziskus -- Section 4: Linguistics in conflict: 24. Introduction: the potential for Linguistics to change conflict in the 'real' world / Lesley Jeffries -- 25. The value of linguistics in assessing potential threats in an airport setting / Dawn Archer, Cliff Lansley and Aaron Garner -- 26. Threatening contexts: an examination of threatening language from linguistic, legal and law enforcement perspectives / Tammy Gales -- 27. Talk in mediation: metaphors in acrimonious talk / Madeline M. Maxwell and Scott V. Anderson -- 28. Conflicts of policy and self-representation in the UK asylum process / Rachel Hanna -- 29. On agency, witnessing and surviving: interpreters in situations of violent conflict / Rebecca Tipton -- 30. The Irish language in Belfast: the role of a language in post-conflict resolution / Marcus Mac Coinnigh, Linda Ervine and Pol Deeds -- Afterword / Oliver Ramsbotham and Tom Woodhouse -- Index
Control code
043995316
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xviii, 591 pages
Isbn
9781138643840
Isbn Type
(hbk)
Lccn
2018054751
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
The Routledge handbook of language in conflict, edited by Matthew Evans, Lesley Jeffries and Jim O'Driscoll
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: the origins of the Routledge Handbook of Language in Conflict / Lesley Jeffries and Jim O'Driscoll -- Section 1: Text in conflict: 1. Introduction: textual choice and communication in conflict / Lesley Jeffries -- 2. Discursive (re)construction of the prelude to the 2003 Iraq War in op/ed pieces: dialectics of argument and rhetoric / Ahmed Sahlane -- 3. Stark choices and brutal simplicity: the blunt instrument of constructed opposition in news editorials / Matt Davies -- 4. Projecting your 'opponent''s views: linguistic negation and the potential for conflict / Lisa Nahajec -- 5. Ideological positioning in conflict: the United States and Egypt's domestic political trajectory / Gibreel Sadeq Alaghbary -- 6. Homosexuality in Latvian and Polish parliamentary debates 1994-2013: a historical approach to conflict in political discourse / Joanna Chojnicka -- 7. Conflict and categorisation: a corpus and discourse study of naming participants in forced migration / Charlotte Taylor -- 8. Hate speech: conceptualisations, interpretations and reactions / Sharon Millar -- Section 2: Interaction in conflict: 9. Introduction / Jim O'Driscoll -- 10. Conflict, disagreement and (im)politeness / Maria Sifianou -- 11. Offence and conflict talk / Michael Haugh and Valeria Sinkeviciute -- 12. Conflict interaction: insights from Conversation Analysis Phillip Glenn -- 13. Conflict in political discourse: conflict as congenital to political discourse / Petter Bull and Anne-Marie Simon-Vandenbergen -- 14. Discourse features of disputing in small claims hearings / Karen Tracy and Danielle M. Hodge -- 15. Leadership in conflict: disagreement and consensus negotiation in a start-up team / Christian J. Schmitt and Rosina Marquez-Reiter -- 16. Interaction and conflict in digital communication / Sage L. Graham -- Section 3: Languages in conflict: 17. Introduction: conflict with the stuff of language / Jim O'Driscoll -- 18. Ethnicity, conflict and language choice: the case of northern Ghana / Paul Kerswill and Edward Salifu Mahama -- 19. Language and conflict in the Mapuche context / Robbie Felix Penman -- 20. Linguistic Landscape as an arena of conflict: language removal, exclusion and ethnic identity construction in Lithuania / Irina Moore -- 21. 'You are shamed for speaking it or for not speaking it good enough': the paradoxical status of Spanish in the US Latino community / Pilar G. Blitvich -- 22. Hate crimes: language, vulnerability and conflict / Kamran Khan -- 23. Language ideologies in conflict at the workplace / Julia de Bres and Anne Franziskus -- Section 4: Linguistics in conflict: 24. Introduction: the potential for Linguistics to change conflict in the 'real' world / Lesley Jeffries -- 25. The value of linguistics in assessing potential threats in an airport setting / Dawn Archer, Cliff Lansley and Aaron Garner -- 26. Threatening contexts: an examination of threatening language from linguistic, legal and law enforcement perspectives / Tammy Gales -- 27. Talk in mediation: metaphors in acrimonious talk / Madeline M. Maxwell and Scott V. Anderson -- 28. Conflicts of policy and self-representation in the UK asylum process / Rachel Hanna -- 29. On agency, witnessing and surviving: interpreters in situations of violent conflict / Rebecca Tipton -- 30. The Irish language in Belfast: the role of a language in post-conflict resolution / Marcus Mac Coinnigh, Linda Ervine and Pol Deeds -- Afterword / Oliver Ramsbotham and Tom Woodhouse -- Index
Control code
043995316
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xviii, 591 pages
Isbn
9781138643840
Isbn Type
(hbk)
Lccn
2018054751
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations

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