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Introduction: the return of populists and the people: discursive approaches to populism across disciplines

Introduction: the return of populists and the people: discursive approaches to populism across disciplines
Introduction: the return of populists and the people: discursive approaches to populism across disciplines
This chapter introduces the themes of the volume: Populism research and Discourse studies. It gives a detailed and state of the art overview of concepts in populism research as well as approaches to discourse and how they are linked to each other. It shows the tensions and connections amongst populism theories and assumptions of discourse research. Discourse studies is introduced as an interdisciplinary project bringing together research methodologies and theories that emerged from the linguistic turn of the social sciences and the discursive turn of linguistics. In this discussion, the case studies represented in this volume are situated on the disciplinary, methodological and political map that becomes apparent.
Palgrave Macmillian
Kranert, Michael
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Kranert, Michael
Kranert, Michael
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Kranert, Michael

Kranert, Michael (2020) Introduction: the return of populists and the people: discursive approaches to populism across disciplines. In, Kranert, Michael (ed.) Discursive Approaches to Populism Across Disciplines: The Return of Populists and the People. Palgrave Macmillian.

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This chapter introduces the themes of the volume: Populism research and Discourse studies. It gives a detailed and state of the art overview of concepts in populism research as well as approaches to discourse and how they are linked to each other. It shows the tensions and connections amongst populism theories and assumptions of discourse research. Discourse studies is introduced as an interdisciplinary project bringing together research methodologies and theories that emerged from the linguistic turn of the social sciences and the discursive turn of linguistics. In this discussion, the case studies represented in this volume are situated on the disciplinary, methodological and political map that becomes apparent.

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Submitted date: 28 February 2020
Accepted/In Press date: 30 June 2020
Published date: 2020

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Author: Michael Kranert
Editor: Michael Kranert

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