Discursive strategies in the language of foreign policy - Cinzia Spinzi

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... foreign policy in the A WR covaries with social reality and how one can pro perly understand the policy implications and policy changes ... Foreign Languages as a Discursive Essay Topic - The ... ... . can policy can be made. This altered discursive economy has significantly altered discursive strategies to vindicate policy, especially those connected to the delicate balance between what have traditionally been overt and covert dimensions. This aspect of strategy will be a major focus of this analysis. At the outset, however, it is This article analyzes the discursive legitimation tactics and models of political decision in contexts o ... Discursive Strategies in the Language of Foreign Policy ... ... . At the outset, however, it is This article analyzes the discursive legitimation tactics and models of political decision in contexts of crisis employed by Vladimir Putin to legitimate Russian foreign policy. The growing international impact of Vladimir Putin's foreign policies and the deterioration of the relationship with the United States and other western countries constitute the context of the study developed in the ... Sometimes the foreign policy strategy is considered so illegitimate by domestic and international audience that it has to be discursively adjusted to become acceptable. Language could be one of the extremely powerful tools to legitimize such foreign policy strategies. This paper aims to introduce a is a growing interest in the discursive strategies of the construction of national identity, where discourse is understood not only as a text, but also as a social practice (Fairclough 1995; Wodak, de Cilia et al. 1999), while language is inter- Inspired by four key legitimization strategies authorization, moral evaluation, rationalization, mythopoesis - (Van Leeuwen, 2007), reconceptualization of mechanisms could be suggested to deconstruct the propaganda meta-model (Herman and Chomsky, 2011; Ellul, 1973) in the U.S. foreign policy discourse more accurately. To find an answer to the question how did the U.S. political elites ... Discursive legitimation strategies in the media. Case study of the UK retail planning policy. Degree . M.Sc. (economics and business administration) Degree programme . Marketing. Thesis advisor(s) Jaakko Aspara; Henrikki Tikkanen. Year of approval. 2013. Number of pages. 94. Language. English. Abstract Language policy, in-migration and discursive debates in Wales Catrin Wyn Edwards1 Received: 14 January 2015/Accepted: 26 January 2016/Published online: 4 March 2016 The Author(s) 2016. This article is published with open access at Abstract Drawing on theory from critical language policy literature, this article (2020). Discourses of rivalry or rivalry of discourses: discursive strategies and framing of Chinese and Japanese foreign policies in Central Asia. The Pacific Review: Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. 61-95. Its chief aim is to systematically explore the interconnectedness of language policy and discourse through what we are terming 'discursive approaches to language policy' (DALP). We show that language policy is a multilayered phenomenon that is constituted and enacted in and through discourse (which is defined more closely in Sect. 1.2). I hereby declare that, Linguistic and discursive strategies in media representations of HIV and AIDS healthcare policy in Zimbabwe: a critical analysis of selected printed discourse in Shona and English, is my own work and that source materials that I have used or quoted have been acknowledged through complete references. identified discursive strategies with a clarification of tactics, techniques and means on the material of business correspondence texts in the languages in question is presented. One of the main conclusions of the study is that it is possible to identify the main communicative intentions characteristic of a particular business culture. EU Foreign Policy through the Lens of Discourse Analysis Edited by Caterina Carta and Jean-Frédéric Morin Edited by Caterina Carta and Jean-Frédéric Morin The Globalisation, Europe, Multilateralism Series Leading scholars in discourse analysis and European foreign policy join forces in this book, marking a real breakthrough in the literature. Very soon I will have to do a discursive essay for Higher Englsh (equivalent to AS), and I was thinking of a topic such as why there needs to be greater emphasis placed on language learning in Britain (especially in schools). In a second language classroom, make sure they are using exclusively the target language, and not falling back on their native language. This encourages practice of communication strategies....