CDA AS DIALECTICAL REASONING: CRITIQUE, EXPLANATION AND ACTION

Norman Fairclough

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In this chapter I summarize how my approach to CDA has changed over 30 years, and then present the most recent version of it: CDA as ‘dialectical reasoning’. This emphasizes the relationship between critique, explanation and action. I discuss how this view of CDA might support political action to change social life for the better, referring to the ‘Kilburn Manifesto’ for transcending neoliberalism.  The focus upon dialectical reasoning and political action differentiates this chapter from one in an earlier Routledge Handbook (Fairclough 2012). 


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Critical Discourse Analisys

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