References on the Analysis of Discourses of Dissent
KLAdams at ASU.EDU
Thu Jun 17 19:03:48 UTC 2004
Here are some additional references to some of my work on opposition:
1) Adams, Karen L. Deliberate Dispute and the Construction of Oppositional Stances. 1999. Pragmatics 9.2:231- 248.<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
2)----- Democrats vs. Republicans vs. Others: the Construction of Major and Minor Identities. 1999. In J. Verschueren, ed. Language and Ideology: Selected Papers from the 6th International Pragmatics Conference, 1-13. Antwerp, Belgium: International Pragmatics Association
3) ----. Creating 'To the Contrary Selves.' 1999. In C. Basham, S. Fiksdal & P. Rounds, eds. "Notion of Person," Special issue of Language Sciences 21: 303-311.
4) Adams, K.L. and Anne Winter. Gang Graffiti as a Discourse Genre. 1997. Journal of Sociolinguistics 1.3:337- 360.
From: Critical Discourse/Language/Communication Analysis [mailto:CRITICS-L at NIC.SURFNET.NL]On Behalf Of Teun A. van Dijk
Sent: Wednesday, June 16, 2004 5:02 AM
To: CRITICS-L at NIC.SURFNET.NL
Subject: References on the Analysis of Discourses of Dissent
A Mexican student asked my assistance in finding studies in CDA that do not focus on dominant discourse, but specifically analyse discourses of dissent, opposition or resistance. I agree with him that such CDA studies are less frequent than studies of dominant discourse, and would like to have your suggestions, from your own work of that of others, about some books and articles that specifically deal with this kind of perspective/data.
Appended to this message I cite the studies I have found in my own Big Bibliography. But I guess there is much more and hope to have some suggestions from you.
If you have suggestions to complete the list below, please post them on this list, because they might also be useful for other subscribers to Critics-L.
Thanks in advance.
Teun A. van Dijk
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Departament de Traducció i Filologia
E-mail: teun at discourse-in-society.org
SOME REFERENCES ON DISCOURSE AND DISSENT
Agger, B. (1990). The decline of discourse: Reading, writing, and resistance in postmodern capitalism. New York: Falmer Press.
Bass, J. D. (1979). The Rhetorical Opposition to Controversial Wars: Rhetorical Timing as a Generic Consideration. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 43(5), 180-191.
Bergvall, V. L., & Remlinger, K. A. (1996). Reproduction, resistance and gender in educational discourse: the role of Critical Discourse Analysis. Discourse & Society 7(4), 453-479.
Bhatia, V., & Coleman, W. D. (2003). Ideas and Discourse: Reform and Resistance in the Canadian and German Health Systems. Canadian Journal of Political Science-Revue Canadienne de Science Politique, 36(4), 715-739.
Brush, P. S. (1999). The influence of social movements on articulations of race and gender in Black women's autobiographies. Gender & Society, 13(1), 120-137.
Coles, R. L. (1998). Peaceniks and Warmongers Framing Fracas on the Home Front: Dominant and Opposition Discourse Interaction During the Persian-Gulf Crisis. Sociological Quarterly, 39(3), 369-391.
Condit, C. M., & Lucaites, J. L. (1993). Malcolm-X and the Limits of the Rhetoric of Revolutionary Dissent. Journal of Black Studies, 23(3), 291-313.
Crenshaw, C. (1997). Resisting whiteness' rhetorical silence. Western Journal of Communication, 61(3), 253-278.
Daniel, J. H. (1995). The discourse on Thomas v. Hill: A resource for perspectives on the black woman and sexual trauma. In Kathy Weingarten (Ed.), Cultural resistance: Challenging beliefs about men, women, and therapy. (pp. 103-117). New York, NY: Harrington Park Press/Haworth Press.
Fisher, R. M. (1985). Rhetoric and American democracy: black protest through Vietnam dissent. Washington, DC: University Press of America.
Fisher, S. (1991). A discourse of the social: Medical talk/powertalk/oppositional talk? Discourse & Society, 2, 157-182.
Fisher, S., & Davis, K. (Eds.). (1993). Negotiating at the margins. The gendered discourse of power and resistance. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Garrett, M. M. (1993). Wit, Power, and Oppositional Groups: A Case Study of "Pure Talk". Quarterly Journal of Speech, 79(3), 303-318.
Gruber, H. (1993). Öffentlicher Dissens. (Public dissent). Wiener Linguistische Gazette, 47, 1-27.
Forrester, M. A., & Ramsden, C. (2000). Discursive ethnomethodology: Analysing power and resistance in talk. Psychology, Crime and Law, 6(4), 281-304.
Hacker, K. L., Coste, T. G., Kamm, D. F., & Bybee, C. R. (1991). Oppositional readings of network television news: Viewer deconstruction. Discourse & Society, 2, 183-202.
Hellesnes, J. (1992). Tolerance and Dissent: Theory of Discourse Regarding Mill and Rorty. Deutsche Zeitschrift fur Philosophie, 40(3), 245-255.
Hill, J. H. (1992). "Today There Is No Respect": Nostalgia, "Respect" and Oppositional Discourse in Mexicano (Nahuatl) Language Ideology. Pragmatics, 2(3), 263-280.
Houston, M., & Kramarae, C. (1991). Women speaking from silence: Methods of silencing and of resistance. Discourse & Society, 2, 387-399.
Jablonski, C. J. (1990). Dissent and the Challenge of Peace: An Alternative View. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 76(3), 310-311.
Jordan, J. W. (2003). Sabotage or Performed Compliance: Rhetorics of Resistance in Temp Worker Discourse. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 89(1), 19-40.
Kingfisher, C. P. (1996). Women on Welfare: Conversational Sites of Acquiescence and Dissent. Discourse & Society, 7(4), 531-557.
Levinson, B. A. (1998). The moral construction of student rights: Discourse and judgment among Mexican secondary school students. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 27(1), 45-84.
Little, D. L. (1999). Independent Workers, Dependable Mothers: Discourse, Resistance, and AFDC Workfare Programs. Social Politics, 6(2), 161-202.
MacKenzie, F. (1992). The Worse It Got, the More We Laughed: A Discourse of Resistance Among Farmers of Eastern Ontario. Environment and Planning D-Society & Space, 10(6), 691-713.
Miller, M. (1994). Intersystemic Discourse and Coordinated Dissent: A Critique of Luhmanns Concept of Ecological Communication. Theory Culture & Society, 11(2), 101-121.
Müller-Hartmann, A. (2000). The discourse of race and southern literature, 1890-1940: From consensus and accommodation to subversion and resistance. New York: Peter Lang.
Nichols, L., & Feltey, K. M. (2003). The Woman Is Not Always the Bad Guy: Dominant Discourse and Resistance in the Lives of Battered Women. Violence Against Women, 9(7), 784-806.
Pélissier Kingfisher, C. (1996). Women on welfare: conversational sites of acquiescence and dissent. Discourse & Society 7(4), 531-557.
Rivera, R. (2004). A study of liberation discourse. The semantics of opposition in Freire and Gutierrez. New York: P. Lang.
Shugar, G. W., & Slonczewska, E. (1989). The interactional context of oppositional discourse. Polish Psychological Bulletin, 20(2), 113-126.
Talbot, J., Bibace, R., Bokhour, B., & Bamberg, M. (1996). Affirmation and resistance of dominant discourses: The rhetorical construction of pregnancy. Journal of Narrative & Life History, 6(3), 225-251.
Viollet, C. (1988). Discourse Strategies - Power and Resistance: A Socio-Enunciative Approach. In G. Seidel (Ed.), The Nature of the Right: A Feminist Analysis of Order Patterns. (pp. 61-79). Amsterdam: Benjamins.
Walker, R.. B. J. (1984). Contemporary Militarism and the Discourse of Dissent. In R. B. J. Walker (Ed.), Culture, Ideology and World Order. (pp. 302-322). Boulder and London: Westview Press.
Werbner, P. (1996). The Making of Muslim Dissent: Hybridized Discourses, Lay Preachers, and Radical Rhetoric Among British Pakistanis. American Ethnologist, 23(1), 102-122.
Weingarten, K. (1995). Radical listening: Challenging cultural beliefs for and about mothers. In: Weingarten, Kathy. (Ed.), Cultural resistance:Challenging beliefs about men, women, and therapy. (pp. 7-22). New York, NY: Harrington Park Press/Haworth Press.
Wilson, C. (1986). Rhetoric, Reality and Dissent: The Vietnam Policy of the British-Labor Government, 1964-1970. Social Science Journal, 23(1), 17-31.
Worrall, D. (1992). Radical culture. Discourse, resistance and surveillance, 1790-1820. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press.
Zelizer, B. (1995). Journalisms Last Stand: Wirephoto and the Discourse of Resistance. Journal of Communication, 45(2), 78-92.
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