Surviving Through Obliqueness: Language of Politics in Emerging Democracies
Hartford (linguistics, Indiana U.) and Obeng (linguistics and African studies, Indiana U.) present eight chapters on the relationship between language and politics that cover a wide scope regionally and topically. Specific topics include the conceptual words of Tanzanian President Nyerere's ideology, the rhetorical strategies used by former Albanian leader Enver Hoxha in h...more
Hardcover, 136 pages
Published February 1st 2007 by Nova Science Publishers
(first published May 2002)
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