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Words of Conflict, Words of War : How the Language We Use in Political Processes Sparks Fighting - Fathali M Moghaddam

Words of Conflict, Words of War

How the Language We Use in Political Processes Sparks Fighting

By: Fathali M Moghaddam (Editor), Professor Rom Harre (Editor)

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"Words of Conflict, Words of War: How the Language We Use in Political Processes Sparks Fighting" is a fascinating exploration of the narratives leaders use to position both themselves and others in the course of political processes that lead to peace or conflict. Drawing on the relatively new field of "positioning theory," expert essays provide insights into the ways words position us-for better or worse-and influence our intended results. The focus on narratives, from the interpersonal to the international, leads to a better understanding of political processes and conflict resolution.

Part one of the study deals with micropolitics and personal positioning. Part two explores positioning by political parties and factions. Links between micro and macro are illustrated by leadership studies of individuals such as President Barak Obama, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President George W. Bush, Governor Sarah Palin, and the Reverend Ian Paisley. The focus throughout is on how a leader can use language to redirect collective politics in support of conflict or of peace.

.".. Recommended for libraries supporting coursework in social psychology or rhetoric." -

Catholic Library World

Words, Conflicts, and Political Processesp. 1
Micropolitics and Personal Positioningp. 29
"Do I Have to Say Yes?" A Positioning Theory Perspective on Prioritizing and Dividing Work in Schoolp. 31
A Positioning Theory Analysis of Language and Conflict in Political Processesp. 47
Contradictions of Care: How Welfare Political Conflicts in Care Management Can Be Viewed through Positioning Theoryp. 69
Prepositioning, Malignant Positioning, and the Disempowering Loss of Privileges Endured by People with Alzheimer's Diseasep. 89
Barack Obama's College Years: Rewording the Pastp. 105
The Right to Stand and the Right to Rulep. 111
Conflict as Ghettoizationp. 125
Political Parties and Factionsp. 137
From Dr. No to Dr. Yes: Positioning Theory and Dr. Ian Paisley's Endgamep. 139
Mutual Radicalization: Bush, Ahmadinejad, and the "Universal" Cycle of Out-group Threat/In-group Cohesionp. 155
Political Positioning in Asymmetric Intergroup Conflicts: Three Cases from War-torn Mindanaop. 173
Indigenous Peoples are Disadvantaged, but They Were Here First: A Positioning Analysisp. 189
Afterwordp. 201
Name Indexp. 209
Subject Indexp. 213
About the Editors and Contributorsp. 217
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ISBN: 9780313376764
ISBN-10: 031337676X
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 220
Published: 5th May 2010
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.88  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.52