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Discourses of Brexit provides a kaleidoscope of insights into how discourse influenced the outcome of the EU referendum and what discourses have sprung up as a result of it. Working with a wide variety of data, from political speeches to Twitter, and a wide range of methods, Discourses of Brexit presents the most thorough examination of the discourses around the British EU referendum and related events. It provides a comprehensive understanding of the discursive treatment of Brexit, while also providing detailed investigations of how Brexit has been negotiated in different contexts.…mehr

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Discourses of Brexit provides a kaleidoscope of insights into how discourse influenced the outcome of the EU referendum and what discourses have sprung up as a result of it. Working with a wide variety of data, from political speeches to Twitter, and a wide range of methods, Discourses of Brexit presents the most thorough examination of the discourses around the British EU referendum and related events. It provides a comprehensive understanding of the discursive treatment of Brexit, while also providing detailed investigations of how Brexit has been negotiated in different contexts. Discourses of Brexit is key reading for all students and researchers in language and politics, discourse analysis and related areas, as well as anyone interested in developing their understanding of the referendum.


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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Taylor & Francis Ltd.
  • Seitenzahl: 268
  • Erscheinungstermin: 12. Februar 2019
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781351041850
  • Artikelnr.: 55281677
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1. Introduction: context, history and previous researchVeronika Koller, Susanne Kopf, Marlene MiglbauerPart I: Discursive drivers of the Brexit vote2. Values as tools of legitimation in EU and UK Brexit discoursesSamuel Bennett3. 'This is about the kind of Britain we are': national identities as constructed in parliamentary debates about EU membership Nora Wenzl4. Ambient affiliation and #Brexit: negotiating values about experts through censure and ridiculeMichele Zappavigna5. 'Britain is full to bursting point!': immigration themes in the Brexit discourse of the UK Independence PartyPiotr Cap6. 'The British people have spoken': voter motivations and identities in vox pops on the British EU referendumMarlene Miglbauer andVeronika Koller7. 'Friends don't let friends go Brexiting without a mandate': changing discourses of Brexit in The GuardianUrsula Lutzky andAndrew KehoePart II: Discursive consequences of the Brexit vote8. 'The referendum result delivered a clear message': Jeremy
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"This publication makes a timely contribution to the fields of both social sciences and, in particular, to discourse analysis ... It will, in fact, appeal to researchers, students and a broader audience that is interested in populism or Brexit but also discourse and the way it shapes identity and opinion. It is well written with clearly presented thought-provoking research that is a credit to its contributors and editors alike." Sharon Hartle, Iperstoria, Issue 15 - Spring/Summer 2020 "Addressing a wide range of data and methods, Discourses of Brexit decodes the political, social and discursive strategies that shaped the 'No' vote on the British EU referendum ... a valuable contribution to both political science and discourse studies." Salomi Boukala, Panteion University of Socialand Political Sciences, Greece "We have been told that 'Brexit means Brexit'. This book finds that it means rather more than that. Contributors explore the many things Brexit has been made to mean across genres and media. [...] It will be of interest and use to political scientists, media scholars and many others concerned with the future of political debate in Britain." Alan Finlayson, University of East Anglia, UK "Do we really need to talk about how we talk about Brexit? We do, and the present volume shows why. It is tightly organized, chapters meticulously cross-referenced, and, for an edited volume, remarkably coherent in style. In these qualities it even surpasses Steve Buckledee's monograph, The Language of Brexit, the research area's trailblazer." Christophe Fricker, SAGE Journal of European Studies 49(3-4) 1-24…mehr