5 edition of European Union Discourses on Un/Employment found in the catalog.
by John Benjamins Publishing Co
Written in English
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This book presents the findings of new empirical research regarding shifts in public discourses and attitudes in Greek society as a result of the crisis. These findings have shown different shades of Euroscepticism and anti-German sentiments, but they have also revealed a normative conflict within Greek society itself. The book shows how economic crises and strict policy conditionality. Discourses in European Union organizations: Aspects of access, participation, and exclusion Wodak, Ruth The aim of this paper is to make processes of co-constructing, negotiating, defining, legitimizing, and justifying inclusion/exclusion in European Union (EU) organizations transparent, both on a structural and on a.
Her recent books are Discourse and Discrimination (with Martin Reisigl, Routledge ), Methods of Critical Discourse Analysis (with Michael Meyer, Sage ), and European Union Discourses on Un/employment (with Peter Muntigl and Gilbert Weiss, Benjamins ). He has researched and published extensively on discourses in the European Union and its institutions and on discourses of European identity in national politics and the media. Florian Oberhuber (Mag., Dr.) is a Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute.
Based on empirical research, this book closely analyses how European identities are discursively produced. It focuses on discourse from members of a civic association active in promoting democracy and attempting participation in the transnational public sphere. Unlike previous books that have addressed the question of European identity from top-down stances or through methodological. European Union policy, such discourses also become transnational. Different political discourses on a certain subject, for example, can be an obstacle to European cooperation, a source of cooperation or a source of strife. In the case of immigration, when two nations produce similar.
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Author(s): Peter Muntigl 1, Gilbert Weiss 1 and Ruth Wodak 2Cited by: European Union Discourses on Un/employment The book is a powerful synthesis of sociological, discoursal and linguistic analysis, and I think it will do much to enhance the claims of discourse analysts to have a substantive contribution to make to social scientific research.” Ambivalence and heterogeneity of identity discourses in Pages: European Union Discourses and Unemployment: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Employment Policymaking and Organizational Change (Dialogues on Work & Innovation) | Peter Muntigl, Gilbert Weiss, Ruth Wodak | download | B–OK.
Download books for free. Find books. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Ch. The European Union: Policy-making through organizational discursive practices / Peter Muntigl --Ch. Markets, Unemployment and the Rhetoric of Globalization. Struggle as Metaphor in European Union Discourses on Unemployment Article (PDF Available) in Discourse and Society 10(1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Discourses of un/employment in Europe: The Austrian case Article in Text - Interdisciplinary Journal for the Study of Discourse 22(3) January with 27 Reads How we measure 'reads'. TY - BOOK. T1 - After Full Employment.
T2 - European Discourses on Work and Flexibility. A2 - Stråth, Bo. PY - Y1 - N2 - The framework of this book is the structural mass unemployment and social marginalisation that have haunted Europe since the s.
“An impressive book that serves as an invaluable guide to what discourse analysis is, to its main analytic approaches, research methods and techniques, and to the myriad ways in which it applies to European Union politics. The book provides deep insights into the nature, promise and problems of the EU while showing how discourse analysis.
The European Union plays an increasingly central role in global relations from migration to trade to institutional financial solvency. The formation and continuation of these relations – their narratives and discourses - are rooted in social, political, and economic historical relations emerging at the founding of European states and then substantially augmented in the Post-WWII era.
The Baltic States from the Soviet Union to the European Union Identity, Discourse and Power in the Post-Communist Transition of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
By Richard Mole. First Published Paperback $ Hardback $ eBook $ ISBN Book Description. More than just reminding us that migrant voices matter, this book discusses the operationalization and integration of migrant narratives in the overall discourse and proposes a critical reflection on.
and most recently Discourse Studies, the latter two of which he still edits. Gilbert Weiss, PhD in Social and Economic Sciences, is a Research Associate at the Research Centre for Discourse, Politics and Identity at the Austrian Academy of Sciences. Recent publications include European Union Discourses on Un/employment.
European Union discourses on un/employment: An interdisciplinary approach to employment policy-making and organizational change.
Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Myers-Scotton, Carol (). Social motivations for codeswitching. Oxford: Oxford University Press. This book builds upon our knowledge of the far-reaching economic, political and social effects of the Euro crisis on the European Union by providing a unique study of European identities.
In particula. This open access book reports on research carried out as part of the European Union co-funded C.O.N.T.A.C.T. project which targeted hate speech and hate crime across a number of EU member states.
It showcases the bearing that discourse analytic research can have on our understanding of this phenomenon that is a growing global cause for concern. [Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture, 11] x, pp. x, pp. European Union Discourses on Un/employment: An interdisciplinary approach to employment policy-making and organizational change.
This study looks at how, over a period of several years, unemployment in two genres (speeches and Presidency Conclusions) generated in organizations of the European Union (EU) is constructed both as a `problem' and a `fight' and how these formulations can be viewed as closely connected under an overarching metaphor of `struggle'.
This study looks at how, over a period of several years, unemployment in two genres (speeches and Presidency Conclusions) generated in organizations of the European Union (EU) is constructed both as a 'problem' and a 'fight' and how these formulations can be viewed as closely connected under an overarching metaphor of 'struggle'.
A synthesis of discourse analytic and cognitive-semantic. This book offers a transdisciplinary perspective on the question of how political legitimacy is constructed in the postnational setting of the European Union, drawing on the use of ‘EU constitution speak’ in commentaries published in Polish and French broadsheets.
Wodak, R.,European Union Discourses on Un/employment. An interdisciplinary approach to employment policy-making and organizational change. An interdisciplinary approach to employment policy-making and organizational change. Aimed at a diverse readership, it is based on a three year European Union (EU) project into education, training, guidance and employment (ETG) programmes for young adults across six countries.
Insights are grounded in the lives and stories of disadvantaged young adults, and of those who work with them, bringing to life unintended impacts of.Get this from a library!
European Union discourses on un/employment: an interdisciplinary approach to employment, policy-making and organizational change. [Peter Muntigl; Gilbert Weiss; Ruth Wodak] -- Employment is clearly one of those fields of political activity that reveal the manifold problems and difficulties accompanying the process of European integration and supranational.