Published October 2, 2007
by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
Discursive Constructions of Identity in European Politics (Language and Globalization) Richard C. M. Mole In the study of European politics and society ever-greater importance is attached to the role of ideational factors such as identity and discourse. 'Discursive Constructions of Identity in European Politics' is published by Palgrave. For more information about the book, Dr Mole, and the Mellon Programme, use the links at the top of the article. This book looks at the discursive construction of European identities in a variety of institutional and non-institutional contexts and through a variety of social and political actors. Its multilevel and interdisciplinary approach - rooted in the Discourse-Historical tradition of Critical Discourse Analysis - allows for a comparison of identity constructions at different levels of Europe's. In synergy with DHA, the author convincingly makes the case for the need to understand the construction of European identities in the ever- transforming social, political and .
This book looks at the discursive construction of European identities in a variety of institutional and non-institutional contexts and through a variety of social and political actors. This book examines EU discourses on Turkey in the European Commission, European Parliament and three EU member states (France, Germany and Britain), to reveal the discursive construction of European identity through EU representations of Turkey. Chapter 2 The Discursive Construction of National Identity (pp. ) Since the s, the term ‘discourse’ has become common currency in an everyday research sense in a variety of humanities and social science disciplines, including the applied branches of linguistics. This volume examines European discourses of national identity, paying particular attention to Austria. The authors interpret ongoing transformations of the self and the other through a combination of historical theory and methodology and political science.
Chapter five, which completes the third section of the analytical aspects of the book, focuses on “the bottom-up discursive construction of identities of European migrants () as bearers of European social identities () in a variety of semi-private discursive practices and everyday interactions” (page ). discursive construction of pasts and politics of the past, In his book. Strategies of Remembrance, they heightened awareness of a 'European identity' and common European . Wodak, Ruth () Doing Europe’: the Discursive Construction of European Identities. In: Discursive Constructions of Identity in European Politics. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. Full text not available from this repository. Krzyzanowski begins the book with an extensive discussion of the role of European identity in social and political discourse, explicating that despite the plethora of debates concerning “role, meaning and identity of Europe” (page 9), the question of European identity remains salient even today because “those identities are still constructed by a variety of actors and in a vast array of .