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Critical Discourse Analysis - Paul Chilton



Date Submitted: 29-Oct-2010
From: Mikel Kobylski
Subject: Critical Discourse Analysis - Paul Chilton
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Notice: Greetings!
I'm looking for Paul Chilton's publications which I listed here:
If anyone has access to these publications, I'd be very grateful for your help. Thanks in advance!

(1985) Language and the Nuclear Arms Debate, Pinter, London, 244pp. (Introduction, pp. xiii-xxiii; chapter listed below, pp. 103-27)
(1988) Orwellian Language and the Media, Pluto Press, London.

(1996) Security Metaphors: Cold War Discourse from Containment to Common European Home, Peter Lang, Berne and New York.

(1982) 'Nukespeak: Nuclear Language, Culture and Propaganda' in C. Aubrey (ed.), Nukespeak: The Media and the Bomb, Comedia Publishing Group, London, pp. 94-112