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Political discourse in transition in Eastern and Western Europe, 1989-1991

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Published by John Benjamins Publishing in Amsterdam .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Paul A. Chilton, Mikhail V. Ilyin, Jacob L. Mey.
SeriesPragmatics & beyond -- 36
ContributionsChilton, Paul., Ilyin, Mikhail V., Mey, Jacob L.
The Physical Object
Pagination272p. ;
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17855516M
ISBN 109027250480

The transition Eastern Europe has experienced in the last few decades has not been easy; however, most of the countries are now looking to Western Europe for trade and economic development. Cooperation continues between Eastern and Western Europe, and the European Union (EU) has emerged as the primary economic and political entity of Europe. Political Discourse in Transition Europe. Jan ). Political Discourse in Transition Europe John Benjamins Publishing Company. is a melting pot of Eastern and Western.

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Political discourse in transition in Eastern and Western Europe, 1989-1991 Download PDF EPUB FB2

The political discourse of the Cold War period disintegrated and gave way to competing alternatives. The contributors to this volume - linguists discourse analysts and social scientists - shed light on the two years of transition () during which political concepts and political interaction changed in dramatic and sometimes violent ways.

Political discourse in transition in Europe Ed. by PAUL A. CHILTON, MIKHAIL V. ILYIN, and JACOB L. MEY. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, Pp.

x, Reviewed by ALI EMINOV, Wayne State College This volume was inspired by a conference on political discourse held in Moscow intwo weeks before the Berlin wall was torn down.

Political Discourse in Transition in Europe ; raxy; Comment; ; Political Discourse in Transition in Europe Paul. The solution summarizes the effects of the rapid political changes in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union that took place between and due to the reprecussions of the Cold War.

Specifically, it describes the political, social and economic changes that took place during this timeframe.

$ Add Solution to Cart. ZG: In Eastern Europe, after the “return to Europe” and Western realignment during the “transition” period, there developed a global realignment after the crisis, when partly due to disillusionment with the neoliberal period, these countries started to redevelop their global relations with non-Western countries and realign their.

This chapter examines discourse in the process of social change in Eastern and Central Europe. It discusses the application of a transdisciplinary framework and critical discourse analysis in evaluating societal transition in this region, focusing on the case of the recontextualization of the European Union's strategy to develop a knowledge-based economy and information society in.

“The book will appeal to researchers and practitioners who are interested in the matters of corruption and democratic transformation on a broader level. the book provides a welcome addition to the academic discourse on corruption in Eastern Europe, the political and economic transformation of authoritarian states, and public perceptions of a transition that is ongoing, with no clear end.

Soviet troops stationed in eastern Europe were under strict instructions from the Soviet leadership not to intervene in the political affairs of the Eastern Bloc nations and remained in their barracks.

Faced with ongoing civil unrest, the SED deposed Honecker on 18 October and replaced him with the number-two-man in the regime, Egon Krenz.

Rethinking the State and National Security in Eastern Europe. Ursula Doroszewska - - In Will Kymlicka & Magda Opalski (eds.), Can Liberal Pluralism Be Exported?: Western Political Theory and Ethnic Relations in Eastern Europe.

Oxford University Press. Part V: Populist Political Communications in Eastern Europe. Bosnia and Herzegovina: Populism in Transition [Nedžma Džananović and Mia Karamehić] Croatia: The Rise of Populism on the Path From Communism to European Integration [Marko Mustapić and Ivan Hrstić] Czech Republic: The Rise of Populism From the Fringes to the Mainstream.

What is Threatening the West. Islam/Communism, Religion/Politics and the Rational/Irrational Discourse. This book is unique in its kind. It is the first scholarly work to attempt a comprehensive and fairly detailed look into the lingering legacies of the communist totalitarian modes of thought and expression in the new discourse forms of the post-totalitarian era.

The book gives also new and interesting insights into the ways the new, presumably democratically-minded political elites in post. Accounts of the transition in eastern central Europe have tended to be fragmentary, with particular features emphasised to the exclusion of others. In the first section of this encyclopaedic essay, Hungarian political scientist Elemér Hankiss pieces together a mosaic of interpretations of transition.

Europe’s Roma (Gypsies) were much in the news in Claims of discrimination and racism—including appeals to the U.K. Human Rights Act of —filled the British press. In May Germany returned to their native Kosovo 60 of the estima Roma who had enjoyed a temporary protected status since the outbreak of the Kosovo conflict in In the Czech Republic the.

Its population numbered more than million, and distinct nationalities lived within its borders. It also boasted an arsenal of tens of thousands of nuclear weapons, and its sphere of influence, exerted through such mechanisms as the Warsaw Pact, extended throughout eastern Europe.

Within a year, the Soviet Union had ceased to exist. The transition occurring in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) is clearly having a dramatic impact on labour relations and labour markets. The shift from a centrally planned system of production and allocation to a market economy is fundamentally changing the relationship between enterprise managers, the workforce, the state and the trade unions.

This volume draws together historians and political scientists of Eastern and Western European politics to address these questions. The collection begins with an historical overview of socialism in Western Europe and moves toward the suggestion of a framework for a post-socialist discourse.

Thirty years ago, a wave of optimism swept across Europe as walls and regimes fell, and long-oppressed publics embraced open societies, open markets and a more united Europe. Three decades later, a new Pew Research Center survey finds that few people in the former Eastern Bloc regret the monumental changes of   4.

Critical discourse analysis and the marketization of public discourse: the universities. Discourse, change and hegemony. Ideology and identity change in political television. Section C Dialectics of discourse: theoretical developments. Introduction. Discourse, social theory and social research: the discourse of welfare reform.

Nationalism, anti-liberalism and ultra-conservatism mark the political discourse in Central Europe today. What was once referred to as the ‘kidnapped West’ now seems to imitate its former captor. Jacques Rupnik seeks causes for the decline of the liberal consensus in Central Europe afterfollowing the trajectories of some of its major political thinkers.

Patterns of Migration in Central and Eastern Europe: Post-socialist Transition and Other Factors Affecting Mobility “We asked for workers. We got people instead” – Max Frisch In these last decades, the favourite myth elaborated by the western populist political discourse was that of a new phenomenon of immigration that was threatening their societies.Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Political Corruption and Governance Ser.: Corruption and Democratic Transition in Eastern Europe: The Role of Political Scandals in Post-Milosević Serbia by Marija Zurnić (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at .This book examines the relationship between corruption scandals and transitional processes in post-Milošević Serbia after The study challenges the view that corruption has always been understood as a conflict between private interests and the public good, as these concepts are defined in Western democracies, and explores how anti-corruption discourse has been used for political.