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Surviving Through Obliqueness: Language of Politics in Emerging Democracies

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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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