[lg policy] TOC: Journal of Language and Politics Vol. 10, No. 3 (2011)

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Journal of Language and Politics Vol. 10, No. 3 (2011)

Publisher: John Benjamins

Journal Title: Journal of Language & Politics
Volume Number: 10
Issue Number: 3
Issue Date: 2011

Main Text:

2011. iv, 165 pp.

Table of Contents


The discursive construction of the separation wall at Abu Dis:
Graffiti as political
David I. Hanauer

Visual discourses of the role of women in war commemoration: A multimodal
analysis of British war monuments
Gill Abousnnouga and David Machin

The commemoration of March 24th, 1976: Understanding the exceptionality of the
present political discourse about the “Dirty War” in Argentina
Lucas M. Bietti

“Uma revolução democrática é sempre uma revolução inacabada” — or — “A
democratic revolution must always remain unfinished”: Commemorating the
Portuguese 1974 revolution in newspaper opinion texts
Filipa Perdigão Ribeiro

Naming China: Taiwan’s National Day speeches as identity politics
Hui-Ching Chang and Richard Holt

Dialectic textual negotiation: Redemption and sovereignty in manifestos of the
Israeli religious settlers’ movement
Gadi Taub and Michal Hamo

Language, rights and the language of language rights: The need for a new
conceptual framework in the political theory of language policy
Yael Peled

Book reviews

Simpson, Paul and Andrea Mayr (2009). Language and Power: A Resource Book
for Students
Reviewed by Kristian Naglo

Dolón, Rosana and Júlia Todolí (eds.) (2008). Analysing Identities in Discourse
Reviewed by Jinjun Wang


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