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Introduces the concept of discourse, identifying two distinct strands of thought within discourse analysis: structuralist and post-structuralist thinking. In a second step, methodological and methodical strategies to interact with textual data on both the microscale of textual analysis and the meso- and macroscale of discourse analysis are discussed. Available online for purchase or by subscription. Glasze, Georg, and Annika Mattissek, eds. Gives an overview on a diverse range of different theoretical as well as methodical approaches to discourse analysis and discusses their implications for geographical research agendas.
Keller, Reiner. This easily accessible introduction outlines the main assumptions and foundations of different discourse theoretical approaches and offers practical research strategies for doing discourse analyses in the social sciences. Lees, Loretta. The text contributes to theoretical as well as methodical clarifications in the field of discourse studies by differentiating between two distinct theoretical strands structuralist and post-structuralist and by calling for greater clarity with respect to how analyses proceed methodically.
Mattissek, Annika, and Georg Glasze. In this contribution, the authors outline differences between discourse analytical research in the Anglophone and German-language communities and discuss possible reasons for these differences. Berlin: Suhrkamp, Based on a collaborative, multiauthor writing and reviewing process, this dictionary of interdisciplinary research studies provides clarification and orientation in the diverse terminological jungle of discourse research.
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Aitken and Gill Valentine, — Introduces the core ideas of post-structuralism and discourse analysis and provides methodological guidance for their application. Users without a subscription are not able to see the full content on this page.
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