Discourse

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Routledge, 1 dic 2004 - 176 pagine
Sara Mills offers an accessible and comprehensive analysis of the term 'discourse' and explores the theoretical assumptions underlying it. This handy, easy to follow pocket guidebook for students provides:
* straightforward working definitions
* historical developments of the term
* studied analysis of Michel Foucault
* discussion of the appropriation of the term 'discourse' by feminist, colonial and post-colonial discourse theorists
* examples of literary and non-literary texts to illustrate the use of 'discourse'.
 

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Sommario

Introduction
1
Cultural theorycritical theoryliterary theory
7
Linguistics
8
Cultural theory and models discourse
9
Michael Foucault and discourse
14
Literature as a discourse
20
Discourse and ideology
26
Ideology and Truth
29
Confessional discourse
72
Discourses of femininity and heterosexuality
77
Access to discourse
87
Discourses in conflict
89
Conclusions
91
Colonial and postcolonial discourse theory
94
Othering
95
Challenging othering
105

The Subject
30
Economic determinants of discourse
31
Language discourse and ideology
38
Discursive structures
43
The episteme
50
The statement
54
Discoursediscourses
55
The archive
56
Exclusions within discourse
57
Circulation of discourses
60
Conclusions
67
Feminist theory and discourse theory
69
Psychoanalysis and discourse theory
109
Conclusions
114
Discourse analysis and critical discourse analysis
116
Discourse analysis
119
Social psychologist and conversational analysis
126
Critical discourse analysis
131
Conclusions
141
Glossary
144
Further Reading
148
Bibliography
152
Index
165
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