[lg policy] TOC: Journal of Language & Politics Vol 13, No. 1 (2014)

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Journal Title: Journal of Language & Politics
Volume Number: 13
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2014

Main Text:

2014. vi, 204 pp.

Table of Contents

Editorial – Journal of Language and Politics – Looking to the Future
Michał Krzyżanowski, David Machin and Ruth Wodak
v - vi


Shaping discourses of multilingualism through a language ideological
debate: The case of Swedish in Finland
Francis M. Hult and Sari Pietikainen
1 - 20

Political loanwords: Postwar constitutional arrangement and the
co-occurrence tendencies of anglicisms in contemporary Bosnian
Adnan Ajsic
21 - 50

Direct and indirect speech in Spanish language news reports
Kareen Gervasi
51 - 76

What can software tell us about political candidates?: A critical analysis
of a computerized method for political discourse
Sara E.N. Kangas
77 - 97

Discursive strategies of instrumentalizing history in mainstream Turkish
political discourse: The case of the negative other presentation of the CHP
Can Küçükali
98 - 119

Foreign metaphors and Arabic translation: An empirical study in
journalistic translation practice
Samia Bazzi
120 - 151

Monitoring anti-minority rhetoric in the Czech print media: A critical
discourse analysis
Tess Slavíčková and Peter Zvagulis
152 - 170

The ideational clinch of the Roman Catholic Church and the EU: The
Europeanization of the Catholic clergy’s discourse?
Petr Kratochvíl and Tomáš Doležal
171 - 197


Review of F. Macgilchrist (2011). Journalism and the Political Discursive
Tensions in News Coverage of Russia.
Reviewed by Philipp Casula
198 - 201

Review of G. Erreygers and G. Jacobs (eds.) (2005). Language, Communication
and the Economy.
Reviewed by Nasrin Kowkabi
202 - 204

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