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Behind the Veil of Familiarity
Margarita Carretero Gonzalez, Encarnacion Hidalgo-Tenorio
This collection of essays, published to commemorate the centenary of C.S. Lewis's birth, provides a panoramic view of Lewis's many-sided personality. Readers will not only find full coverage of the aspect of Lewis that means most to them - the fri...
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"This is a timely and significant collection that probes the most disturbing and dangerous political phenomenon of our civilisation. Anyone concerned about the resurgence of populism and nationalism will benefit from the insights of the contributors to this volume. Understanding what is going on is but a first step, but a crucial one." Paul Chilton, Lancaster University, UK
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Encarnacion Hidalgo-Tenorio works as a full professor in English linguistics at the University of Granada, Spain. Miguel-Angel Benitez-Castro is a lecturer in English Language and TEFL at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the University of Zaragoza, Spain. Francesca De Cesare is an associate professor in Spanish Language and Translation Studies at the University of Naples 'L'Orientale', Italy.
INTRODUCTION: UNRAVELLING POPULIST DISCOURSE Populism, a difficult concept to define Populism is a strategy * Populism is an ideology * Populism is a discursive style * Populism as a global phenomenon * Types of populism * The aims and contents of this edited volume * References * ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS * CHAPTERS * POPULISM, POLITICS AND COMMUNICATION * 1 - The Politics of Authenticity in Populist Discourse Enrique Arroyas Langa and Victoria Fernandez Ilundain 2 - The rising of populist parties in Italy. Techno-populism between neo-liberalism and direct democracy Emiliana De Blasio and Michele Sorice 3 - Rewriting the news: The Amphibian relationship between populist Podemos and print media in Spain Ismael Ibanez-Rosales 4 - Populism and the media factor: The Portuguese case in a European comparative perspective Paula do Espirito Santo and Rita Figueiras 5 - Populist discourse in the 21st century. The definition of otherness in Twitter in the cases of Spain, Bolivia and Venezuela Javier G. Marin and Oscar G. Luengo A CORPUS-BASED DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF POPULISM * 6 - Us vs. Them: Polarisation and populist discourses in the online electoral campaign in Spain An Ruiz-Sanchez and Manuel Alcantara-Pla 7 - Imagining the people in UKIP and Labour Ruth Breeze 8 - 'For the many, not the few': A transitivity analysis of Labour's 2017 manifesto as a driving force for promoting a populist Britain Leanne Bartley 9 - Little old UK voting Brexit and some Austrian friends: A corpus-driven analysis of the 2016 UK right-wing tabloid discourse Pascual Perez-Paredes 10 - Disability in the populist press: An investigation of British tabloids Maria Cristina Nisco 11 - Speculations about the future: Populism and climate change in contemporary news discourse Katherine E. Russo RETHORIC, CRITICAL DISCOUSE ANALYSIS AND POPULISM * 12 - Populist metaphorical utterances John Keating and Belen Soria 13 - Populismus in National Socialism: Aesthetization and language in the Nazi rhetoric Christina Holgado Saez and Leopoldo La Rubia de Prado 14 - Donald Trump is a Conqueror: How cognitive analysis of Trump's discourse reveals his worldview Heather McCallum-Bayliss 15 - Left-wing poulist discourses in the Greek press Themis Kaniklidou 16 - New politics and the voice of the people. A study on populist language in Spanish political discourse Francisco Jose Sanchez Garcia 17 - Metaphors portraying right-wing politician Geert Wilders in cartoons Charles Forceville and Natasa van de Laar