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Language Use in the Public Sphere

Methodological Perspectives and Empirical Applications

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Edited By Inés Olza Moreno, Óscar Loureda Lamas and Manuel Casado

This book comprises a range of general discussions on tradition and innovation in the methodology used in discourse studies (Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis, Argumentation Theory, Rhetoric, Philosophy) and a number of empirical applications of such methodologies in the analysis of actual instances of language use in the public sphere – in particular, discourses arising in the context of the debate on the presence of religious symbols in public places.
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INÉS OLZA, ÓSCAR LOUREDA & MANUEL CASADO-VELARDEPreface

Part I. Tradition and Innovation in the Methodology of Discourse Studies

TOMÁS ALBALADEJORhetoric and Discourse Analysis

MANUEL CASADO-VELARDETrust and Suspicion as Principles of Discourse Analysis

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