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Discourse analysis and austerity : critical studies from economics and linguistics

Discourse analysis and austerity : critical studies from economics and linguistics

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Power, Kate (Katherine Anne), editor. Ali, Tanweer, editor. Lebdušková, Eva, editor.
Title Statement
Discourse analysis and austerity : critical studies from economics and linguistics / edited by Kate Power, Tanweer Ali and Eva Lebduková.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Routledge,   2019.  
Physical Medium
xxii, 351 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Routledge frontiers of political economy ;253
ISBN
9781138632547 (hardback : alk. paper) 9781351802918
Content Notes
Introduction: interdisciplinary approaches to austerity discourses : a case study in why and how economists and discourse analysts should work together / Kate Power, Tanweer Ali and Eva Lebduková -- Approaching austerity through discourse -- Deep interdisciplinarity and responses to crisis / Bob Hodge -- Austerity and the eclipse of economic alternatives : the theoretical terrain of neoliberal economic crisis narratives / Ellen Russell -- Historical perspective -- Austerity in the commons : a corpus critical analysis of austerity and its surrounding grammatical context in Hansard (1803-2015) / Lesley Jeffries & Brian Walker -- "Less state" in austerity : a concept masking the central agent of neoliberal policies / Nuria Giniger & Irene Sotiropoulou -- Discourses of crisis and representation of Greece in a period of austerity / Bessie Mitsikopoulou & Christina Lykou -- The notion of "crisis" -- The recent economic crisis in Brazil and beyond : some discussions on the weight of empirical issues, methodology and rhetoric / Eduardo Strachman & Inês Signorini -- Tales of austerity, and a crisis of wealth distribution / Naoise McDonagh -- Discursive uses of "abnormality" in the Greek crisis / Yannis Stavrakakis & Antonis Galanopoulos -- Metaphors -- Are the metaphors underlying institutional and academic discourse on austerity reliable predictors of the stances adopted? / Catherine Resche -- Metaphors in times of crisis : legitimizing austerity? / Antonella Luporini -- Argumentation -- The "eternal character" of austerity measures in european crisis policies : evidence from the fiscal compact discourse in Austria / Stephan Pühringer -- The mirage of expansionary fiscal consolidation to resolve the euro-area crisis / Giuseppe Mastromatteo & Sergio Rossi -- Why should we all tighten our belts? : on arguments for austerity in political discourse / Emanuele Brambilla -- Responses to "crisis" -- The austerity discourse of the Romanian economic-political elites : neoliberal or (pseudo)european? / Alina Bârgaoanu & Loredana Radu -- An analysis of el roto's newspaper cartoons discourse as social indictment against Spanish austerity policies / Piedad Fernández Toledo & Virginia Villaplana-Ruiz.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Economic policy. Fiscal policy. Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Foreword by Ann Pettifor
Foreword by Darren Kelsey
Acknowledgements
Introduction: Interdisciplinary* approaches to austerity discourses: A case study in why and how economists and discourse analysts should work together Kate Power, Tanweer Ali and Eva Lebduskova


Part I: Approaching austerity through discourse
1. Deep interdisciplinarity and responses to crisis Bob Hodge
2. Austerity and the eclipse of economic alternatives: The theoretical terrain of neoliberal economic crisis narratives Ellen Russell


Part II: Historical perspective
3. Austerity in the Commons: A corpus critical analysis of austerity and its surrounding grammatical context in Hansard (1803-2015) Lesley Jeffries & Brian Walker
4. ''''Less State'''' in austerity: A concept masking the central agent of neoliberal policies Nuria Giniger & Irene Sotiropoulou
5. Discourses of crisis and representation of Greece in a period of austerity Bessie Mitsikopoulou & Christina Lykou


Part III: The notion of ''''crisis''''
6. The recent economic crisis in Brazil and beyond: Some discussions on the weight of empirical issues, methodology and rhetoric Eduardo Strachman & Ines Signorini
7. Tales of austerity, and a crisis of wealth distribution Naoise McDonagh
8. Discursive uses of ''''abnormality'''' in the Greek crisis Yannis Stavrakakis & Antonis Galanopoulos


Part IV: Metaphors
9. Are the metaphors underlying institutional and academic discourse on austerity reliable predictors of the stances adopted? Catherine Resche
10. Metaphors in times of crisis: Legitimizing austerity? Antonella Luporini


Part V: Argumentation
11. The ''''eternal character'''' of austerity measures in European crisis policies: Evidence from the Fiscal Compact discourse in Austria Stephan Puhringer
12. The mirage of expansionary fiscal consolidation to resolve the euro-area crisis Giuseppe Mastromatteo & Sergio Rossi
13. Why should we all tighten our belts? On arguments for austerity in political discourse Emanuele Brambilla


Part VI: Responses to ''''crisis''''
14. The austerity discourse of the Romanian economic-political elites: Neoliberal or (pseudo)European? Alina Bargaoanu & Loredana Radu
15. An analysis of El Roto''''s newspaper cartoons discourse as social indictment against Spanish austerity policies Piedad Fernandez Toledo & Virginia Villaplana-Ruiz


Conclusion Kate Power, Tanweer Ali, Eva Lebduskova
Index

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