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- Jonathan Charteris-Black: Analysing Political Speeches – Rhetoric, Discourse and Metaphor
- Politicians and Rhetoric
Politicians and Rhetoric.
Review: "Analysing Political Speeches: Rhetoric, Discourse and Metaphor"
Palgrave, ; Politicians and Rhetoric: The persuasive power of metaphor Palgrave, 2nd Edition, He is on the editorial board of Metaphor and the Social World. The book analyses political speeches from a range of theoretical approaches ranging from classical rhetoric to contemporary approaches such as the discourse-historical approach and critical metaphor analysis. Readers will understand a range of discourse theories that account for relationships between the linguistic features of speeches and the social and cultural contexts where they are spoken. Each chapter is based around a detailed analysis of the discourse features of a particular speech. The speeches chosen to illustrate particular discourse theories are seminal ones by British and American politicians and military leaders.
Jonathan Charteris-Black: Analysing Political Speeches – Rhetoric, Discourse and Metaphor
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Jonathan Charteris-Black Jonathan. Charteris-Black uwe. Exploring speeches by public figures such as Emma Watson, Tony Blair, Donald Trump, Julia Gillard and Lady Gaga, this engaging textbook explains the ways in which political speeches can be analysed. It examines the role of language in speeches and how it can be used to challenge or reinforce prevailing social, cultural and political attitudes.
It addresses the vital need to raise awareness of metaphor's role in myth making, simplification by binary thinking, and affective evaluation, which often operate at an unconscious level for the audiences of political speeches. The second edition helpfully includes several new references to recent work on metaphor and ideology. Some politicians' speeches have become salient elements of collective experiences, they are repeated over and over again, they are quoted and re-contextualised. The precise, detailed and careful analyses of speakers, speeches, and the images metaphors employed over decades and centuries make it abundantly clear that the genre of speeches retains its important role in spite and also perhaps because of the new media and new forms of politics.
Stanley G. Jonathan Charteris-Black sets out to raise critical awareness of the language used by political leaders to convince others. Such rhetoric functions through a discourse of legitimisation in which political myths are created.