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Micro–meso–macro movements; a multi-level critical discourse analysis framework to examine metaphors and the value of truth in policy texts
Talib,Nadira1; Fitzgerald,Richard2
2016
Source PublicationCritical Discourse Studies
ISSN17405912 17405904
Volume13Issue:5Pages:531-547
Abstract

This paper presents detailed methods for constructing a flexible philosophical–analytical model through which to apply the analytic principles of CDA for the interpretation of metaphors across policy texts. Drawing on a theoretical framing from Foucault and the augmentation of Nietzsche’s views on valuation, we sketch a framework for examining ways in which evaluative semantic categories can be linked to sociological theories in order to bring out their relevance for the purpose of critical discourse analysis. This multi-level research framework draws upon a relationship between language analysis, the philosophical study of valuation, and political economy as a composite formulation of values through which neo-liberalism is discursively entwined and progressed through a system of principles of e/valuation.

KeywordCritical Discourse Analysis Evaluation Foucault Metaphor Neo-liberalism Nietzsche Policy Analysis Political Economy Truth Valuation
DOI10.1080/17405904.2016.1182932
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Indexed BySSCI
Language英语
WOS Research AreaCommunication
WOS SubjectCommunication
WOS IDWOS:000384400500006
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionDEPARTMENT OF COMMUNICATION
Corresponding AuthorTalib,Nadira
Affiliation1.School of Communication and Arts The University of Queensland,Brisbane,Australia
2.Department of Communication University of Macau,Macau,China
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Talib,Nadira,Fitzgerald,Richard. Micro–meso–macro movements; a multi-level critical discourse analysis framework to examine metaphors and the value of truth in policy texts[J]. Critical Discourse Studies,2016,13(5):531-547.
APA Talib,Nadira,&Fitzgerald,Richard.(2016).Micro–meso–macro movements; a multi-level critical discourse analysis framework to examine metaphors and the value of truth in policy texts.Critical Discourse Studies,13(5),531-547.
MLA Talib,Nadira,et al."Micro–meso–macro movements; a multi-level critical discourse analysis framework to examine metaphors and the value of truth in policy texts".Critical Discourse Studies 13.5(2016):531-547.
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