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Discourse, Ideology and Specialized Communication


Giuliana Elena Garzone and Srikant Sarangi

Contents: Giuliana Garzone/Srikant Sarangi: Discourse, Ideology and Specialized Communication: a Critical Introduction – Srikant Sarangi: Other-orientation in Patient-centred Healthcare Communication: Unveiled Ideology or Discoursal Ecology? – Giuseppina Cortese: The Right To Be Just Other Children: Protectionist and Liberationist Ideologies in the Discourse of Children’s Rights – Donella Antelmi: Manifest Ideology and Hidden Ideology in Legal Language: Definitions and Terms – Chiara Degano: ‘Good’ and ‘Bad’ Subjects: Ideology in Social Research – Marc Silver: Rethinking ‘Ideology’: A Critical Analysis of How Historians Read and Respond to Ideology – James Archibald: Responsible Mediation or Communicating the True Message across the Cultural Divide – Francesca Bargiela-Chiappini/Elisa Turra: Organizational Change from Old to New Economy: Exploring Consensus and Conflict in Business Meetings – Gina Poncini/Lorene Hiris: When (Un)ethical Behavior is an Issue for the Industry: An Examination of CEO Letters of Securities Brokerage Firms – Sylvain Dieltjens/Priscilla Heynderickx: Strategic Uses of the Pronoun We in Business Communication – Estrella Montolío Durán: Advising without Committing: the Use of Argumentative Reservation in Texts Written by Consultants – John Douthwaite: Gender and Ideology in Advertising – Robin Anderson: Genre Bending in Economic Journalism: an Analysis of the Lex Column in the Financial Times – Maria Freddi: Ideology and Ethics in the Discourse of Designers: a Corpus Study – Paola Catenaccio: De-humanising the Alien: the Construction of Migrants’ Rights in EU Legislation – Davide Mazzi: The Rhetoric of Judicial Texts: the Interplay of Reported Argumentation and The Judge’s Argumentative Voice – Lidia De Michelis: «A Forward-looking Country»: Britain™ and the Unbearable Lightness of ‘Corporate’ National Identity – Antonio Pinna: Evaluation and Ideology in Political Discourse: the Use of Modal Verbs in G. W. Bush’s Presidential Speeches – Alison Duguid: Men at Work: how Those at Number 10 Construct their Working Identity.