This book brings together work on critical discourse analysis, organised in four sections. The first examines the development of an analytical framework for researching language in relation to power and ideology. The second section deals with the theme of discourse and contemporary social and culture change. Chapters in the third section mainly address discourse analysis based outside language studies, arguing for the use of textual analysis in discourse analysis as a method of social research. The final section is concerned with critical language awareness, educational applications of critical discourse analysis within language programmes in schools and educational institutions.
Table of Contents
General Editor's Preface Acknowledgements General IntroductionSECTION A: LANGUAGE IDEOLOGY AND POWER Introduction 1. Critical and descriptive goals in discourse analysis 3. Discourse representation in media discourse 3. Language and ideology SECTION B: DISCOURSE AND SOCIOCULTURAL CHANGE Introduction 4. Discourse, change and hegemony 5. What might we mean by 'enterprise discourse'? 6. Critical discourse analysis and the marketization of public discourse: the universities 7. Ideology and identity change in political television SECTION C: TEXTUAL ANALYSIS IN SOCIAL RESEARCH Introduction 8. Discourse and text: linguistic and inter-textual analysis within discourse analysis SECTION D: CRITICAL LANGUAGE AWARENESS Introduction 9. Critical language awareness and self-identity in education 10. The appropriacy of 'appropriateness' Bibliography and References Index