Critical discourse method: Tracking the ideological shift in Australian Labor governments 1983-1986

McKenna, Bernard (2001). Critical discourse method: Tracking the ideological shift in Australian Labor governments 1983-1986. In Hugh Trappes-Lomax (Ed.), Change and Continuity in Applied Linguistics. Selected Papers from the Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (Edinburgh, Scotland, September 1999). British Studies in Applied Linguistics 15. (pp. x-x) Clevedon, Buffalo: British Association for Applied Linguistics in association with Multilingual Matters.

Author McKenna, Bernard
Title of chapter Critical discourse method: Tracking the ideological shift in Australian Labor governments 1983-1986
Title of book Change and Continuity in Applied Linguistics. Selected Papers from the Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (Edinburgh, Scotland, September 1999). British Studies in Applied Linguistics 15.
Place of Publication Clevedon, Buffalo
Publisher British Association for Applied Linguistics in association with Multilingual Matters
Publication Year 2001
Series British studies in applied linguistics 15
ISBN 1853595268
Editor Hugh Trappes-Lomax
Start page x
End page x
Language eng
Subjects 220201 Business and Labour History
220307 Hermeneutic and Critical Theory
Abstract/Summary A brief narrative description of the journal article, document, or resource. The following articles appear in this issue: "Changing Views of Language in Applied Linguistics" (Gillian Brown); "Society, Education, and Language: The Last 2000 (and the next 20?) Years of Language Teaching" (Michael Stubbs); "The Secret Life of Grammar Translation" (Malcolm J. Bensen); "Changing Views of Language Learning" (Susan Gass); "Change and Continuity in Second Language Acquisition Research" (Florence Myles); "Rethinking Interactive Models of Reading" (Martin Gill); "Continuity and Change in Views of Society in Applied Linguistics" (Ben Rampton); "Talking Disability: the Quiet Revolution in Language Change" (Mairian Corker); "Critical Discourse Method of Field: Tracking the Ideological Shift in Australian Labor Governments 1983-1986" (Bernard McKenna); "Risk as the Mobilizing Dynamic of a Society Bent on Change: How Metaphors Help Stabilise the Developing Discourse of the Learning Society and How They Don't" (Alison Piper, Charmian Kenner); "The Role of Idioms in Negotiating Workplace Encounters" (Almut Josepha Koester); "Looking At Changes From the Learners Point of View: An Analysis of Group Interaction Patterns in Cross Cultural Settings" (Tan Bee Tin). (KFT)

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