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The Resource Vox populi : populism as a rhetorical and democratic challenge, edited by Ingeborg van der Geest (Independent Argumentation Scholar), Henrike Jansen (Associate Professor of Argumentation Theory, Faculty of Humanities, Leiden University) and Bart van Klink (Professor of Legal Methodology, Faculty of Law, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands)

Vox populi : populism as a rhetorical and democratic challenge, edited by Ingeborg van der Geest (Independent Argumentation Scholar), Henrike Jansen (Associate Professor of Argumentation Theory, Faculty of Humanities, Leiden University) and Bart van Klink (Professor of Legal Methodology, Faculty of Law, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands)

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Vox populi : populism as a rhetorical and democratic challenge
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Vox populi
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populism as a rhetorical and democratic challenge
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edited by Ingeborg van der Geest (Independent Argumentation Scholar), Henrike Jansen (Associate Professor of Argumentation Theory, Faculty of Humanities, Leiden University) and Bart van Klink (Professor of Legal Methodology, Faculty of Law, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
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eng
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"This timely and engaging book examines the rise of populism across the globe. Combining insights from linguistics, argumentation theory, rhetoric, legal theory and political theory it offers a fully integrated characterization of the form and content of populist discourse. Throughout the book, eminent scholars address questions central to the topic, such as: how does populism manifest itself rhetorically; how does it relate to liberal democracy; and how can the populist challenge be confronted? Carefully selected case studies are used to examine how populist behaviour deviates from that which we would expect to be the norm in a liberal democracy, for example through the use of obnoxious language and refusal to substantiate vulgar claims. The book also provides key insights into more fundamental issues, such as the opposition between the 'real' people versus the elite and the longing for a 'Heimat'. Offering an in-depth analysis and evaluation at the intersection of language, law and politics, Vox Populi will be of great benefit to students and scholars from a range of disciplines"--
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JC423
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.V69 2020
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non fiction
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  • van der Geest, Ingeborg
  • Jansen, Henrike
  • Klink, Bart van
  • Edward Elgar Publishing
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  • Populism
  • Rhetoric
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Vox populi : populism as a rhetorical and democratic challenge, edited by Ingeborg van der Geest (Independent Argumentation Scholar), Henrike Jansen (Associate Professor of Argumentation Theory, Faculty of Humanities, Leiden University) and Bart van Klink (Professor of Legal Methodology, Faculty of Law, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Contents: Part I. Conceptual issues -- 1. Introduction: The study of populism / Henrike Jansen, Bart van Klink and Ingeborg van der Geest -- 2. The rhetorical stance of populism / David Zarefsky and Dima Mohammed -- 3. On populism as a 'spectre', and unmanageable concept / Massimo La Torre -- Part II. Construction of the people -- 4. Identifying populism in political discourse: A two-step corpus analysis / Henk Pander Maat -- 5. The populist construction of 'one nation' in politics: The case of Turkey / Yeliz Demir -- 6. The different faces of populism: Discursive shifts under obama and trump / Carina van de Wetering -- Part III. Populism as a style -- 7. Suggesting outsider status by behaving improperly: The linguistic realisation of a populist rhetorical strategy in dutch parliament / Ton van Haaften and Maarten van Leeuwen -- 8. Populism and parliamentary argumentation games / Bertjan Wolthuis -- 9. Low style the high way: Rhetorical mainstreaming of populism / Lisa Storm Villadsen -- Part IV. Democracy and representation -- 10. The immediacy of populism and the unrest of democracy: A phenomenological inquiry into the public sphere / Luigi Corrias -- 11. The promise and peril of designing: A radical democratic populism / Laura M. Henderson -- 12. The policy dimension of populism: A comparative approach of party system analysis / Oliver W. Lembcke -- Part V. Responses to populism -- 13. Values in populism and argumentative counter-strategies: The case of viktor orbán / Marija Sniečkutė -- 14. From fact-checking to rhetoric-checking: Extending methods for evaluating populist discourse / H. José Plug and Jean H. M. Wagemans -- 15. How to confront the populist challenge? / Bart van Klink and Ingeborg van der Geest -- Index
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1 online resource (288 pages)
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online
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9781789901412
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(e-book)
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computer
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rdamedia
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Vox populi : populism as a rhetorical and democratic challenge, edited by Ingeborg van der Geest (Independent Argumentation Scholar), Henrike Jansen (Associate Professor of Argumentation Theory, Faculty of Humanities, Leiden University) and Bart van Klink (Professor of Legal Methodology, Faculty of Law, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Contents: Part I. Conceptual issues -- 1. Introduction: The study of populism / Henrike Jansen, Bart van Klink and Ingeborg van der Geest -- 2. The rhetorical stance of populism / David Zarefsky and Dima Mohammed -- 3. On populism as a 'spectre', and unmanageable concept / Massimo La Torre -- Part II. Construction of the people -- 4. Identifying populism in political discourse: A two-step corpus analysis / Henk Pander Maat -- 5. The populist construction of 'one nation' in politics: The case of Turkey / Yeliz Demir -- 6. The different faces of populism: Discursive shifts under obama and trump / Carina van de Wetering -- Part III. Populism as a style -- 7. Suggesting outsider status by behaving improperly: The linguistic realisation of a populist rhetorical strategy in dutch parliament / Ton van Haaften and Maarten van Leeuwen -- 8. Populism and parliamentary argumentation games / Bertjan Wolthuis -- 9. Low style the high way: Rhetorical mainstreaming of populism / Lisa Storm Villadsen -- Part IV. Democracy and representation -- 10. The immediacy of populism and the unrest of democracy: A phenomenological inquiry into the public sphere / Luigi Corrias -- 11. The promise and peril of designing: A radical democratic populism / Laura M. Henderson -- 12. The policy dimension of populism: A comparative approach of party system analysis / Oliver W. Lembcke -- Part V. Responses to populism -- 13. Values in populism and argumentative counter-strategies: The case of viktor orbán / Marija Sniečkutė -- 14. From fact-checking to rhetoric-checking: Extending methods for evaluating populist discourse / H. José Plug and Jean H. M. Wagemans -- 15. How to confront the populist challenge? / Bart van Klink and Ingeborg van der Geest -- Index
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (288 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781789901412
Isbn Type
(e-book)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote

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