Political Language

Duguid, A. and A. Partington, 2017. Lexical primings in transdiscoursive political messaging: how they are produced and how they are received. In M. Pace-Sigge and K. J. Patterson (eds) Lexical Priming: Applications and advances. STUDIES IN CORPUS LINGUISTICS, p. 67-92, Amsterdam / Philadelphia:John Benjamins

Duguid Alison 2015. Public apologies and press evaluations. In M. Bondi et al (ed.), Knowledge dissemination in and through the Media, Cambridge ScholarsPress, pp. 163-181.

Partington, A. 2015. Corpus-assisted comparative case studies of representations of the Arab world. In P. Baker and T. McEnery (eds) Corpora and Discourse Studies, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 220-243.

Duguid, Alison. 2014. Old and Young:  changing evaluations of intergenerational diversity in G. Balirano, M.C. Nisco (eds), Languaging Diversity: Identities, Genres, Discourses. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Partington, Alan. 2013. Corpus Analysis of Political Language. In C. Chappelle (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell.

Marchi, Anna and Alan Partington. 2012. Does ‘Europe’ have a common historical identity?’ In P. Bayley and G.Williams (eds) European Identity: What the Media Say, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 118-149.

Duguid, Alison. 2009. Insistent voices-government messages. In J. Morley and P. Bayley (eds) Corpus Assisted Discourse Studies on the Iraq Conflict: Wording the War, London: Routledge, pp. 234-260.

Duguid, Alison. 2007. Soundbiters bit: Living in a contracted dialogistic space, the uncomfortable life at Number 10, data from the Hutton enquiry, a corpus assisted discourse studies approach. In Discourse and Contemporary Social Change, Bern Peter Lang, pp. 73-94.

Duguid, Alison. 2007. Men at Work: how those at Number 10 Construct their working Identity. In G. Garzone and S. Srikant (eds) Discourse, Ideology and Specialized Communication, Bern: Peter Lang, pp.453–484.

Ferrari, Federica. 2007. G. W. Bush’s public speeches to the nation: exploiting emotion in persuasion. In N. Fairclough, G. Cortese and P. Ardizzone (eds) Discourse and Contemporary Social Change: Linguistic Insights, 54, Bern: Peter Lang, pp. 381-404.

Ferrari, Federica. 2007. Metaphor at Work in the Analysis of Political Discourse: Investigating a ‘Preventive War’ Persuasion Strategy, Discourse and Society, 18:5, 603-625.

Ferrari, Federica. 2008. Bush versus Blair: keywords heading the nation, Issues in Political Discourse, Hauppauge NY :Nova, pp. 1-28.

Ferrari, Federica. 2010. Gender and identification in political discourse: the (American) woman: as and beyond a category for analysis, Political Linguistics, 1:31, 39-54.

Miller, Donna and Jane Johnson. 2009. Strict vs. nurturant parents? A corpus-assisted study of congressional positioning on the war in Iraq. In J. Morley and P. Bayley (eds) Corpus Assisted Discourse Studies on the Iraq Conflict: Wording the War, London: Routledge, pp. 34-73.

Morley, John and Paul Bayley (eds). 2009. Corpus Assisted Discourse Studies on the Iraq Conflict: Wording the War, London: Routledge.

Partington, Alan. 2003. The Linguistics of Political Argument: The Spin-doctor and the Wolf-pack at the White House, London: Routledge

Partington, Alan 2003. Rhetoric, bluster and on-line gaffes: the tough life of a spin-doctor. In J. Aitchison (ed) New Media Language, London: Routledge, pp. 116-125.

Partington, Alan and Charlotte Taylor. Persuasion in Politics (2nd edition), Milano: LED.