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Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017.
XIX, \1 s. 3 illus. online zdroj.
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ISBN 9783319407036
Postdisciplinary Studies in Discourse
Printed edition: ISBN 9783319407029
Chapter 1: Problematising Self and Politics in Activist Discourse -- Chapter 2: Discourse Theory on the Logics of Articulation, Politics and Subjectivity -- Chapter 3: The Pragmatic Dimension of Discourse as Articulation -- Chapter 4: Articulating the Problematic Of Integration in a Minority Debate -- Chapter 5: Self and Politics in Activist Discourse -- Chapter 6: Conclusion.
This book focuses on the discursive processes that allow activists to make sense of themselves and of the modes of politics they engage in. It shows how political and metadiscursive awareness develop in tandem with a reconfiguration of one’s sense of self. The author offers an integrated pragmatic and poststructuralist perspective on self and subjectivity. He draws on Essex style discourse theory, early pragmatist philosophy, and linguistic pragmatics, arguing for a notion of discourse as a multi-dimensional practice of articulation. Demonstrating the analytical power of this perspective, he puts his approach to work in an analysis of activist discourse on integration and minority issues in Flanders, Belgium. Subjects articulate a whole range of norms, values, identities and narratives to each other when they engage in political discourse. This book offers a way to analyse the logics that structure political awareness and the associated boundaries for discursive self-interpretation..
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