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Thu Jun 25 2020

TOC: Journal of Language & Politics 19 / 4 (2020)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <>

Date: 19-Jun-2020
From: Karin Plijnaar <>
Subject: Journal of Language & Politics Vol. 19, No. 4 (2020)
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Publisher: John Benjamins

Journal Title: Journal of Language & Politics
Volume Number: 19
Issue Number: 4
Issue Date: 2020

Main Text:

2020. iv, 170 pp.

Table of Contents


“So my position is…”: So-prefaced answers and epistemic authority in British news interviews
Ian Hutchby
pp. 563–582

Separatists or terrorists? Jews or Nigerians? Media and cyber discourses on the complex identity of the “Biafrans”
Innocent Chiluwa and Isioma M. Chiluwa
pp. 583–603

Why do politicians cite others in political debates? A functional analysis of reported speech in a Japanese political debate
Masaki Shibata
pp. 604–623

Wrestling between English and Pinyin: Language politics and ideologies of coding street names in China
Guowen Shang
pp. 624–645

A contrastive analysis of reports on North Korea’s missile program: The New York Times and China Daily
Weishan Liang
pp. 646–665

Who are ‘the people’? Uses of empty signifiers in propagandistic news discourse
Olga Pasitselska and Christian Baden
pp. 666–690

Legitimizing austerity in crisis-hit Greece: (Re-)articulating ‘social-democracy’ in political discourses of the socialist and left-populist parties
E. Dimitris Kitis and Dimitris Serafis
pp. 691–711

Book Reviews:

Jan Zienkowski & Ruth Breeze (eds). Imagining the Peoples of Europe. Populist discourses across the political spectrum
Reviewed by Martina Berrocal
pp. 712–715

Vaia Doudaki & Nico Carpentier (eds). Cyprus and its Conflicts: Representations, Materialities and Cultures
Reviewed by Andreas Anastasiou
pp. 716–719

Lorella Viola & Andreas Musolff (eds). Migration and Media. Discourses about identities in crisis
Reviewed by Aleksandra Salamurović
pp. 720–724

Marcia Macaulay. Populist Discourse: International Perspectives
Reviewed by Shuangshuang Lu
pp. 725–728

Tommaso M. Milani (ed.). Queering Language, Gender and Sexuality
Reviewed by Tracy Simmons
pp. 729–732

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
                            Discourse Analysis
                            Linguistic Theories

Subject Language(s): English (eng)
                            Greek, Modern (ell)
                            Igbo (ibo)
                            Japanese (jpn)
                            Pinyin (pny)

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