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Attitudes towards Europe : language in the unification process.

Musolff, A. and Good, C. and Points, P. and Wittlinger, R. (2001) 'Attitudes towards Europe : language in the unification process.', Aldershot: Ashgate.

Abstract

British Discourse on Europe: British national identity in the European context, Gerlinde Mautner; Representations of Germany in the context of European integration in Margaret Thatcher’s autobiographies, Ruth Wittlinger; A province of a federal super state, ruled by an unelected bureaucracy – keywords of the Euro-sceptic discourse in Britain, Wolfgang Teubert; German Discourse on Europe: Words, phases and argumentational structures in the German debate on Europe in the early post-war period, Heidrun Kämper; Euro: the career of a European neologism in German press texts (1995–1999), Dieter Herberg. Comparative Studies: The European debate in and between Germany and Great Britain, Colin Good; The metaphorization of European politics: movement on the road to Europe, Andreas Musolff; Attitudes to Europe – mediated by translation, Christina Schäffner; Der Ton wird schärfer. Stereotypes in media translation, Arachne van der Eijk-Spaan.

Item Type:Book
Keywords:National identity, Stereotypes, European integration, Federal super state.
Full text:Full text not available from this repository.
Publisher Web site:https://www.ashgate.com/isbn/075461431X
Record Created:04 Mar 2009
Last Modified:08 Apr 2009 16:23

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