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PCS 1+2-2015 | Over the Top: Appeal of Embarrassment and Exaggeration in Political Speech

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PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization
1+2-2015: Over the Top: Appeal of Embarrassment and Exaggeration in Political Speech

Articles
Richard D. Anderson, Jr.: Not Easily Embarrassed: Political Metaphor and the Cooperative Construction of Political Identity in the Russian State Duma
Giovanna Leone / Gloria Gabrielli / Bruno Mazzara / Alice Roseti: How Can the European Project Be Saved? Between Elaboration and Dismissal. An analysis of documentaries broadcast by public Italian television on terrorist violence and ideology during the Anni di Piombo
Patrizia Catellani / Mauro Bertolotti: The Effects of Counterfactual Attacks and Defences in Politics
Lieuwe Kalkhoven: “A Piece of Trash of the Worst Cabinet Ever”. The Rhetorical Use of Exaggeration by the Dutch Populist ‘Party for Freedom (PVV)’
Peter Bull: Collectivism and Individualism in Political Speeches from the UK, Japan and the USA: a cross-cultural analysis
Christ’l De Landtsheer: Political Color of Metaphor, with Focus on Black: The rise and fall of the Flemish extreme right Vlaams Blok and Vlaams Belang

Articles No. 2
Robert E. Gilbert: The Tea Party Movement in The United States: Democracy in Action or Democracy in Disarray
Bram Wauters / Hilde Van Liefferinge: Does Family Politicization Affect Party Membership Activity? A Study of Four Flemish Parties
Hebbah N. Elgindy / Lauree Tilton-Weaver: Beyond Frequency of Discussions: Understanding How Discussions with Parents Relate to Adolescent Political and Civic Development
Sara Zamir / Shmuel Chichek: Political Efficacy Among Adolescents from Different Sectors Studying in Different Tracks whithin the Israeli Education System
Daniel B. German: The State of America Today II: The Move to a DICE Economy

Book Reviews
Petronella Schijvenaars: Right-Wing Populism in Europe: Politics and Discourse
Annelien Van Remoortere: Narcissism and politics, dreams of glory. J. M. Post.
Christian Nestler: Freedom Rising. Human Empowerment and the Quest for Emancipation
Russell F. Farnen: Political Psychology, Neuroscience, Genetics and Politics by George E. Marcus
Magali Clobert: Understanding interreligious relations
Yannick van Hoof: The political psychology of Israeli Prime Ministers

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1866-3427

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6. Jahrgang 2015

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1+2

Date of publication

09.01.2017

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215

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Englisch

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17 x 24 cm

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PCS – Politics, Culture and Socialization
1+2-2015: Over the Top: Appeal of Embarrassment and Exaggeration in Political Speech

Articles
Richard D. Anderson, Jr.: Not Easily Embarrassed: Political Metaphor and the Cooperative Construction of Political Identity in the Russian State Duma
Giovanna Leone / Gloria Gabrielli / Bruno Mazzara / Alice Roseti: How Can the European Project Be Saved? Between Elaboration and Dismissal. An analysis of documentaries broadcast by public Italian television on terrorist violence and ideology during the Anni di Piombo
Patrizia Catellani / Mauro Bertolotti: The Effects of Counterfactual Attacks and Defences in Politics
Lieuwe Kalkhoven: “A Piece of Trash of the Worst Cabinet Ever”. The Rhetorical Use of Exaggeration by the Dutch Populist ‘Party for Freedom (PVV)’
Peter Bull: Collectivism and Individualism in Political Speeches from the UK, Japan and the USA: a cross-cultural analysis
Christ’l De Landtsheer: Political Color of Metaphor, with Focus on Black: The rise and fall of the Flemish extreme right Vlaams Blok and Vlaams Belang

Articles No. 2
Robert E. Gilbert: The Tea Party Movement in The United States: Democracy in Action or Democracy in Disarray
Bram Wauters / Hilde Van Liefferinge: Does Family Politicization Affect Party Membership Activity? A Study of Four Flemish Parties
Hebbah N. Elgindy / Lauree Tilton-Weaver: Beyond Frequency of Discussions: Understanding How Discussions with Parents Relate to Adolescent Political and Civic Development
Sara Zamir / Shmuel Chichek: Political Efficacy Among Adolescents from Different Sectors Studying in Different Tracks whithin the Israeli Education System
Daniel B. German: The State of America Today II: The Move to a DICE Economy

Book Reviews
Petronella Schijvenaars: Right-Wing Populism in Europe: Politics and Discourse
Annelien Van Remoortere: Narcissism and politics, dreams of glory. J. M. Post.
Christian Nestler: Freedom Rising. Human Empowerment and the Quest for Emancipation
Russell F. Farnen: Political Psychology, Neuroscience, Genetics and Politics by George E. Marcus
Magali Clobert: Understanding interreligious relations
Yannick van Hoof: The political psychology of Israeli Prime Ministers

Conference Section
Announced conferences in 2017

Download of Table of Contents / Inhaltsverzeichnis herunterladen

 

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Publisher

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1866-3427

eISSN

2196-1417

Volume

6. Jahrgang 2015

Edition

1+2

Date of publication

09.01.2017

Scope

215

Language

Englisch

Format

17 x 24 cm

DOI

https://doi.org/10.3224/pcs.v6i1-2

Homepage

https://pcs.budrich-journals.com

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