Contesting Europe's Eastern Rim: cultural identities in public discourse

Ljiljana Šarić (Editor), Andreas Musolff (Editor), Stefan Manz (Editor), Ingrid Hudabiunigg (Editor)

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Abstract

Since 1989, Europe's eastern rim has been in constant flux. This collection focuses on how political and economic transformations have triggered redefinitions of cultural identity. Using discursive modes of identity construction (deconstruction, reconstruction, reformulation, and invention) the book focuses on the creation of opposition to old and new outsidersA" and insidersA" in Europe. The linguistic study of discourse elements in connection with an exploration of the significance of metaphors in anchoring individual and collective identity is innovative and allows for a unique analysis of public discourse in Europe.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBristol
PublisherMultilingual matters
Number of pages248
ISBN (Print)978-1-84769-324-2, 1-84769-324-5
Publication statusPublished - 15 Nov 2010

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NameMultilingual matters
PublisherMultilingual matters/Channel vieew publications

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cultural identity
Eastern Europe
discourse
collective identity
invention
metaphor
opposition
reconstruction
linguistics
economics

Bibliographical note

Šaric, L., Musolff, A., Manz, S., & Hudabiunigg, I. (Eds.) (2010). Contesting Europe's Eastern Rim: Cultural Identities in Public Discourse. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

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Šarić, L., Musolff, A., Manz, S., & Hudabiunigg, I. (Eds.) (2010). Contesting Europe's Eastern Rim: cultural identities in public discourse. (Multilingual matters). Bristol: Multilingual matters.
Šarić, Ljiljana (Editor) ; Musolff, Andreas (Editor) ; Manz, Stefan (Editor) ; Hudabiunigg, Ingrid (Editor). / Contesting Europe's Eastern Rim : cultural identities in public discourse. Bristol : Multilingual matters, 2010. 248 p. (Multilingual matters).
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Bristol : Multilingual matters, 2010. 248 p. (Multilingual matters).

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Šarić L, (ed.), Musolff A, (ed.), Manz S, (ed.), Hudabiunigg I, (ed.). Contesting Europe's Eastern Rim: cultural identities in public discourse. Bristol: Multilingual matters, 2010. 248 p. (Multilingual matters).