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The term return is used in the English texts of contemporary Palestinian political authors writing on the Right of Return of Palestinians to their homes and homeland. The first part of this article is dedicated to a semantic analysis of return as a radial category with a core meaning and...
Nationalistic discourse is often associated with the flag waving of popular culture, political views of extremist right-wing parties or the routine rhetoric of `us' versus `them', pervading social life in general. However, nationalistic discourse is to be found even in academic writings by the...
Recent discursive research suggests that contemporary racism is typically accomplished in terms of subtle, flexibly managed and locally contingent discussion of the `problems' associated with minority groups. This study contributes to this work by focusing on the ways in which a particular...
Discourse research has repeatedly dealt with interruptions as indicators of power and dominance, especially in the context of gender and status. But little research has used doctor—patient communication as a database. From a total of 576 medical interviews, 48 were selected for a qualitative...
Although the theme of forgiveness has been studied extensively in various fields of humanities and social science, it has thus far been neglected by discourse scholars. Drawing on data from the Israeli political discourse between 1997 and 2004, this article analyzes the ways in which apologies...
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