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Mon Nov 25 2019

TOC: Journal of Language & Politics 18 / 5 (2019)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <>

Date: 15-Nov-2019
From: Karin Plijnaar <>
Subject: Journal of Language & Politics Vol. 18, No. 5 (2019)
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Publisher: John Benjamins

Journal Title: Journal of Language & Politics
Volume Number: 18
Issue Number: 5
Issue Date: 2019

Main Text:

2019. iv, 151 pp.

Table of Contents


“Immigration, that’s what everyone’s thinking about …”: The 2016 British EU referendum seen in the eyes of the beholder
Simona Guerra
Pages 651–670

We can(’t) do this: A corpus-assisted critical discourse analysis of migration in Germany
Tim Griebel and Erik Vollmann
Pages 671–697

Alignment, ‘politeness’ and implicitness in Chinese political discourse: A case study of the 2018 vaccine scandal
Dániel Z. Kádár and Sen Zhang
Pages 698–717

I did not say that the government should be plundering anybody’s savings: Resistance to metaphors expressing starting points in parliamentary debates
Kiki Yvonne Renardel de Lavalette, Corina Andone and Gerard J. Steen
Pages 718–738

Creating the conditions for human division and structural inequality: The foundation of Singapore’s education policy
Nadira Talib
Pages 739–759

Who are we?: Contesting meanings in the speeches of national leaders in Taiwan during the authoritarian period
Jennifer M. Wei and Ren-feng Duann
Pages 760–781


Review of Albaugh, Ericka A. & Kathryn M. de Luna, Eds. (2018) Tracing Language Movement in Africa
Reviewed by Yingzhu Chen and Ming Yue
Pages 782–785

Review of Tollefson, James W. & Miguel Pérez-Milans (2018) The Oxford Handbook of Language Policy and Planning
Reviewed by Iair G. Or
Pages 786–789

Review of Sheyholislami, Jaffer (2011) Kurdish Identity, Discourse, and New Media
Reviewed by Omer Tekdemir
Pages 790–793

Review of Mammadov, Azad (2018) Studies in Text and Discourse
Reviewed by Yunhua Xiang
Pages 794–797

Review of Clampitt-Dunlap, Sharon (2018) Language Matters: A Sociolinguistic Analysis of Language and Nationalism in Guam, The Philippines, and Puerto Rico
Reviewed by Le Cheng and Chen Cheng
Pages 798–801

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

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