Civil Society, Rhetoric of Resistance, and Transatlantic Trade (eBook, PDF) - Eliasson, Leif Johan; Huet, Patricia Garcia-Duran
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This book investigates the politics of transatlantic trade, specifically the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership negotiations. Using a novel approach, the authors analyze the rhetorical choices made by opponents and supporters of an agreement, and the logical behind their arguments. Opponents used emotive frames and strategically chosen issues to increase public opposition to the negotiations; supporters countered, but also accommodated, parts of opponents’ rhetoric in hopes of quelling discontent. The study also highlights the resulting changes to EU trade policy, thus contributing…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This book investigates the politics of transatlantic trade, specifically the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership negotiations. Using a novel approach, the authors analyze the rhetorical choices made by opponents and supporters of an agreement, and the logical behind their arguments. Opponents used emotive frames and strategically chosen issues to increase public opposition to the negotiations; supporters countered, but also accommodated, parts of opponents’ rhetoric in hopes of quelling discontent. The study also highlights the resulting changes to EU trade policy, thus contributing to the literatures on trade policy, politicization, and rhetorical analysis.

Autorenporträt


Leif Johan Eliasson is Professor in the Department of Political Science and Economics at East Stroudsburg University, USA.

Patricia Garcia-Duran Huet is Associate Professor in the Economic History Department at the University of Barcelona, Spain.

Inhaltsangabe
1. Chapter 1: Introduction. Why Look At Trade And Rhetoric?
2. Chapter 2: Previous Attempts at Transatlantic Trade Agreements, and the Rationale for Launching the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Negotiations
3. Chapter 3: Theory and Method
4. Chapter 4: The Campaign Against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
5. Chapter 5: Supporters' Rhetoric in the Public Duel
6. Chapter 6: What Underlies the Rhetoric in the Public Rhetorical Duel?
7. Chapter 7: Why Opponents Prevailed, and lessons from Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Negotiations