A Cultural Approach to Discourse

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ISBN-13:
9780230505391
Einband:
eBook
Seiten:
233
Autor:
S. xu
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PDF
eBook Format:
eBook
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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Shi-xu critiques universalism in discourse studies in terms of the cultural consequences of its current white, western standpoint and advocates a culturally pluralist approach, a theory and research methodology from an innovative position between Eastern and Western cultures. Practical research strategies are illustrated by examples drawn from culturally wide ranging discourses. This is a book to interest any scholar or student of discourse looking outside their own intellectual tradition.
Preface and Acknowledgements Introduction PART 1: THEORY AND METHODOLOGY Discourse and Reality Introduction Representationalism A Reality-Constitutive View of Discourse Meaning and Context Conclusion Discourse and Culture Introduction The Universalist Discourse Critical Studies of Culture Theorizing from In-Between Cultures A Pluralist Account of Discourse The Goals of CAD Conclusion Political Ethnography Introduction Foundationalism versus Interpretivism An In-Between-Cultural Stance Discourse Research Strategies Conclusion PART II: PRACTICAL STUDIES Deconstructing the Other Place Introduction The Construction of the Other Place and Contradiction Imperialist Pleasure and Prejudice Conclusion Reading Non-Western Discourses Introduction Discourse and Reading Cultural Others Contextualizing Research on Non-Western Discourse Making Sense out of the Other's Accounts Conclusion Fanning the Sparks of Hope from History Introduction Identity: A Historical-Comparative Approach The Reconstruction of Historical Data Analysing Discourses of Identity Conclusion Promoting New Discourses of the Other Introduction Intercultural Studies Power in Intercultural Communication Formulating and Warranting New Discourses of Cultural Others Conclusion Notes References Index
Shi-xu critiques universalism in discourse studies in terms of the cultural consequences of its current white, western standpoint and advocates a culturally pluralist approach, a theory and research methodology from an innovative position between Eastern and Western cultures. Practical research strategies are illustrated by examples drawn from culturally wide ranging discourses. This is a book to interest any scholar or student of discourse looking outside their own intellectual tradition.

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