Discourse and Discrimination is a study of how racism, antisemitism and ethnicism are reflected in discourse. The authors first survey five established discourse analysis approaches before providing their own model and three case-studies. Drawing on a wide range of sources, they question why racism and anti-Semitism are still virulent worldwide.
Taylor and Francis; October 2000
- ISBN 9781134579570
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- Title: Discourse and Discrimination
- Author: Martin Reisigl; Ruth Wodak
About The Author
Martin Reisigl is based at the University of Vienna and is co-author of The Discursive Construction of National Identity. Ruth Wodak is Professor of Applied Linguistics in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Vienna. Her books include Disorders of Discourse, Gender and Discourse, and Language, Power and Ideology.