Cognitive Rhetoric

The cognitive poetics of political discourse

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This book sets out a framework for investigating audience responses to political discourse. It starts from the premise that audiences are active participants who bring their own background knowledge and political standpoint to the communicative event. To operationalise this perspective, the volume draws on concepts from classical rhetoric alongside contemporary research in cognitive stylistics and cognitive linguistics (including schema theory, Text World Theory, Cognitive Grammar, and mind-modelling, amongst others). It examines the role played by the speaker’s identity, the arguments they make, and the emotions of the audience in the – often critical – reception of political text and talk, using a diversity of examples to illustrate this three-dimensional approach – from political speeches, interviews and newspaper articles, to more creative text-types such as politicised rap music, television satire and filmic drama. The result of this wide-ranging application is a holistic and systematic account of the rhetorical and ideological effects of political discourse in reception.
[Linguistic Approaches to Literature, 31]  2018.  xi, 235 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
ix–x
List of figures
xi
Chapter 1. Preliminaries
2–24
Part I. Ethos
28–89
Chapter 2. Layers of ethos
28–58
Chapter 3. The conceptual ecology of ethos
60–89
Part II. Logos
94–150
Chapter 4. Logos as representation
94–122
Chapter 5. Logos as conceptual mapping
124–150
Part III. Pathos
154–210
Chapter 6. Rhetorical ambience
154–178
Chapter 7. Political resonance
180–202
Chapter 8. Conclusion
204–210
References
211–226
Appendix A. Transcription conventions used in this book
227
Appendix B. Excerpt from Theresa May’s speech to the 2015 Conservative Party conference
229–230
Appendix C. The lessons of history for Jeremy Corbyn
231–232
Index
“Overall the book is a novel contribution to political and critical discourse analysis.”
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