The crisis: or, a discourse

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“The publication of this book is a call to join with the National Institute for Civil Discourse in its mission of improving our spaces for civic dialogue. Fundamentally, I believe that to achieve the aspirations expressed in our founding documents, we must be able to engage in civil public conversations among citizens of the greatest possible Brand: Routledge.

Discourse and Crisis: Critical perspectives brings together an exciting collection of studies into crisis as text and context, as unfolding process and unresolved problem.

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Crisis is viewed as a complex phenomenon that – in its prevalence, disruptiveness and (appearance of) inevitability – is both socially produced and discursively : Book Description.

The state of political discourse in the United States today has been a subject of concern for many Americans. Political incivility is not merely a problem for political elites; political conversations between American citizens have also become more difficult and tense.

Make no mistake we have a crisis of civility in this country today. The National Institute for Civil Discourse was founded out of one such tragedy—the attempted assassination of former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords in by a lone shooter. It is such attempts at reasserting identity-in-crisis (due to migration) that are the focus of the volume Migration and Media: Discourses about identities in crisis.

This four-part book explores the representational strategies used to frame current migration debates as crises of Pages:   Crisis seems to be everywhere. Economic crises, environmental crises, gun-violence crises, national security crises abound.

This article focuses on the meaning of calling something a ‘crisis’ and argues that crisis discourse is a key factor in hegemonic change. The crisis: or John Trimbur's much-cited essay, "Literacy and the Discourse of Crisis," persuasively argues for a view of literacy crisis discourse as "always strategic," and demonstrates the ways in which it has reified "the meritocratic educational order" ().

Discourse and Crisis: Critical perspectives brings together an exciting collection of studies into crisis as text and context, as unfolding process and unresolved problem. Crisis is viewed as a complex phenomenon that – in its prevalence, disruptiveness and (appearance of) inevitability – is both socially produced and discursively constituted.

He is the editor of a new book called A Crisis of Civility. Political Discourse and its Discontents (Routledge, ). Democracy Works is created by the McCourtney Institute for Democracy at Penn State and recorded at WPSU Penn State, central Pennsylvania’s NPR station. The book offers multiple critical perspectives: in-depth linguistically informed analyses of the discourses of power and collaboration implicated in crisis construal and recovery; detailed.

book in the con text of crisis research and the (critical) analysis o f discourse. It also presents a detailed overview of the cas e studies a discourse book Parts I, II and III, w hich make.

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Timothy J. Shaffer and Dr. Kate Kenski discuss. Where: @UA_SBS Tent When: Sat, Mar 2, pm - pm MST. Crisis, what crisis. A feminist analysis of discourse on masculinities and suicide.

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My library. The Trope of Crisis Lynn C. Lewis Oklahoma State University So, to update the discourse of literacy crises, I want at the outset to recognize the inescapability of these newly wired states of being and how their ubiquity has set off various moral panics—typically articulated in the highest register of crisis discourse—about diminished attention spans, antisocial geeks, online bullying.

“This timely book investigates the extent to which the Euro crisis has affected collective identities in Europe.

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Through a detailed investigation of elite discourses in Ireland, Germany, and Poland, the author demonstrates that the various debates about the crisis reflect rather than Brand: Palgrave Macmillan. First, the company may, of course, wish to Vol. 23, No. 2 Imaife Repair Discourse and Crisis Communication assuage the concerns of their attackers, the environmentalists.

However, the opin- ions of its stockholders are important, if they are aware of the controversy. Gov- ernmental regulators may fine or otherwise sanction the by: Introduction; 3. Discourse in crisis, crisis in discourse (by De Rycker, Antoon); 4. 'Crisis' in Modernity: A sign of the times between decisive change and potential irreversibility (by Chalozin-Dovrat, Lin); 5.

Part I: Organizational discourse; 6. Serving a high-risk warrant: The role of context in police crisis negotiations (by Royce, Terry D. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ([vii], pages) Contents: 1. Discourse in crisis, crisis in discourse / Zuraidah Mohd Don C̀risis' in Modernity: A sign of the times between decisive change and potential irreversibility / Lin Chalozin-Dovrat --pt.I Organizational discourse Taking advantage of electronic information bases, Altheide, whose previous interpretive studies of the mass media are well known, uses a "tracking discourse" method to show how the nature and use of the word "fear" by mass media have changed over the years.

His analysis examines how some of the topics associated with fear (e.g., AIDS, crime, immigrants, race, sexuality, schools, children) have. The Boy Crisis is yet another attack on the progress of women, although as subtle as such an attack can be in a period of mass rallies for civil and human rights.

And I am appalled by the women who signed on to the book with rave reviews/5. This article describes the theory of image restoration discourse as an approach for understanding corporate crisis situations. This theory can be used by practitioners to help design messages during crises and by critics or educators to critically evaluate messages produced during by: Provides an in-depth analysis of the Eurozone crisis discourse on the Internet in order to advance the field of transnational digital public sphere research Offers a thorough discussion of the public sphere literature with a strong focus on the mediality of public discourses and the transforming Brand: Palgrave Macmillan.

The Refugee Crisis and Religion is an important and timely book. The world is experiencing an unabated growth in the numbers of desperate refugees and internally displaced persons. At the same time, lamentably, it is also experiencing an increasing reluctance by States to meet their treaty obligations to protect those fleeing persecution.

Orientalism is a book by Edward W. Said, in which the author developed the idea of "Orientalism" to define the West's historically patronizing representations of "The East"—the societies and peoples who inhabit the places of Asia, North Africa, and the Middle East.

Said argued that Orientalism, in the sense of the Western scholarship about the Eastern World, is inextricably tied to the Author: Edward W. Saïd. Ian Parker (born ) is a British psychologist and psychoanalyst.

He is Emeritus Professor of Management in the School of Business at the University of Leicester. In his first book, The Crisis in Modern Social Psychology, and How to End It Critical commentaries on his work on discourse analysis were included in his book Critical Influences: Derrida, Foucault, Lacan, Žižek.

Colonial discourse inevitably arrives at Gulliver's confusion, where the boundaries between the colonized and the colonizer disappear. 9 In this confusion, the security of discourse falls apart, and unless the colonialist is able to escape the brainwashing of his own system of thought, he must, like Gulliver, fall into the crisis of not.

It is not just the universalism of the crisis-of-man discourse that feels gaseous, it is also the high-minded, sonorous quality of it all.

“At midcentury,” Greif explains, man became “the figure everyone insisted must be addressed, recognized, helped, rescued, made the center.”.

"An important book, a brilliant book, an exasperating book In The Age of the Crisis of Man: Thought and Fiction in America,the gifted essayist Mark Greif, who reveals himself to be also a skillful historian of ideas, charts the history of the 20th-century reckonings with the definition of 'man.'"—Leon Wieseltier, New York Times Book Review.

The Age of the Crisis of Man depends on the reader’s willingness to grant that there is a larger meaning to the book’s rectitude, or, in a language perhaps more resonant with Greif’s own, to. Crisis management is a process designed to prevent or lessen the damage a crisis can inflict on an organization and its stakeholders.

As a process, crisis management is not just one thing. Crisis management can be divided into three phases: (1) pre-crisis, (2). No time to lose: Historic examples of civility may help today's civil discourse, according to new book. Tuesday, Ap Kansas State University assistant professor of communication studies Timothy J.

Shaffer is co-editor and author of the book "A Crisis of Civility?. Examining the news coverage of the economic crisis in Greece, this book develops a framework for identifying discourses of legitimation of actors, political decisions, and policies in the news. This study departs from the assumption that news is a privileged terrain where discursive struggles (over power) are represented and take : Vaia Doudaki, Angeliki Boubouka.