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Aponte Moreno, Marco

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Item Description: Book Condition: New. Publisher/Verlag: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller | Conceptualizing Nation, Revolution, and Opposition | This book provides the first comprehensive analysisof metaphors used by Hugo Chávez in his efforts to construct andlegitimize his Bolivarian Revolution. It focuses on metaphors drawn from three of his most frequent target domains:the nation, his revolution, and the opposition. The author arguesthat behind an official discourse of inclusion, Chávez's choice of metaphors contributes to the construction of apolarizing discourse of exclusion in which his political opponents arerepresented as enemies of the nation. Chávez constructs this polarizing discourse of exclusion by combiningmetaphors that conceptualize: (a) the nation as a person who hasbeen resurrected by his government, as a person ready to fight for his revolution, or as Chávez himself; (b) the revolutionas war; and (c) members of the opposition as war combatants orcriminals. At the same time, by making explicit references in his discourse about the revolution as the continuation ofSimón Bolívar's wars of independence, Chávez contributes to representopponents as enemies of the nation, given that in the Venezuelan collective imaginary Bolívar is the symbolof the nation's emancipation. | Format: Paperback | Language/Sprache: english | 248 gr | 180 pp. Bookseller Inventory # K9783639115253

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Marco Aponte Moreno

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Item Description: VDM Verlag Jan 2009, 2009. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 220x150x11 mm. Neuware - This book provides the first comprehensive analysis of metaphors used by Hugo Chávez in his efforts to construct and legitimize his Bolivarian Revolution. It focuses on metaphors drawn from three of his most frequent target domains: the nation, his revolution, and the opposition. The author argues that behind an official discourse of inclusion, Chávez's choice of metaphors contributes to the construction of a polarizing discourse of exclusion in which his political opponents are represented as enemies of the nation. Chávez constructs this polarizing discourse of exclusion by combining metaphors that conceptualize: (a) the nation as a person who has been resurrected by his government, as a person ready to fight for his revolution, or as Chávez himself; (b) the revolution as war; and (c) members of the opposition as war combatants or criminals. At the same time, by making explicit references in his discourse about the revolution as the continuation of Simón Bolívar's wars of independence, Chávez contributes to represent opponents as enemies of the nation, given that in the Venezuelan collective imaginary Bolívar is the symbol of the nation's emancipation. 180 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783639115253

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Marco Aponte Moreno

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Item Description: VDM Verlag Jan 2009, 2009. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 220x150x11 mm. Neuware - This book provides the first comprehensive analysis of metaphors used by Hugo Chávez in his efforts to construct and legitimize his Bolivarian Revolution. It focuses on metaphors drawn from three of his most frequent target domains: the nation, his revolution, and the opposition. The author argues that behind an official discourse of inclusion, Chávez's choice of metaphors contributes to the construction of a polarizing discourse of exclusion in which his political opponents are represented as enemies of the nation. Chávez constructs this polarizing discourse of exclusion by combining metaphors that conceptualize: (a) the nation as a person who has been resurrected by his government, as a person ready to fight for his revolution, or as Chávez himself; (b) the revolution as war; and (c) members of the opposition as war combatants or criminals. At the same time, by making explicit references in his discourse about the revolution as the continuation of Simón Bolívar's wars of independence, Chávez contributes to represent opponents as enemies of the nation, given that in the Venezuelan collective imaginary Bolívar is the symbol of the nation's emancipation. 180 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783639115253

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Marco Aponte Moreno

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Item Description: VDM Verlag Jan 2009, 2009. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 220x150x11 mm. Neuware - This book provides the first comprehensive analysis of metaphors used by Hugo Chávez in his efforts to construct and legitimize his Bolivarian Revolution. It focuses on metaphors drawn from three of his most frequent target domains: the nation, his revolution, and the opposition. The author argues that behind an official discourse of inclusion, Chávez's choice of metaphors contributes to the construction of a polarizing discourse of exclusion in which his political opponents are represented as enemies of the nation. Chávez constructs this polarizing discourse of exclusion by combining metaphors that conceptualize: (a) the nation as a person who has been resurrected by his government, as a person ready to fight for his revolution, or as Chávez himself; (b) the revolution as war; and (c) members of the opposition as war combatants or criminals. At the same time, by making explicit references in his discourse about the revolution as the continuation of Simón Bolívar's wars of independence, Chávez contributes to represent opponents as enemies of the nation, given that in the Venezuelan collective imaginary Bolívar is the symbol of the nation's emancipation. 180 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783639115253

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Item Description: VDM Verlag Jan 2009, 2009. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. 220x150x11 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Neuware - This book provides the first comprehensive analysis of metaphors used by Hugo Chávez in his efforts to construct and legitimize his Bolivarian Revolution. It focuses on metaphors drawn from three of his most frequent target domains: the nation, his revolution, and the opposition. The author argues that behind an official discourse of inclusion, Chávez's choice of metaphors contributes to the construction of a polarizing discourse of exclusion in which his political opponents are represented as enemies of the nation. Chávez constructs this polarizing discourse of exclusion by combining metaphors that conceptualize: (a) the nation as a person who has been resurrected by his government, as a person ready to fight for his revolution, or as Chávez himself; (b) the revolution as war; and (c) members of the opposition as war combatants or criminals. At the same time, by making explicit references in his discourse about the revolution as the continuation of Simón Bolívar's wars of independence, Chávez contributes to represent opponents as enemies of the nation, given that in the Venezuelan collective imaginary Bolívar is the symbol of the nation's emancipation. 180 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # 9783639115253

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Item Description: VDM Verlag, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 213 x 150 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book. This book provides the first comprehensive analysis of metaphors used by Hugo Chávez in his efforts to construct and legitimize his Bolivarian Revolution. It focuses on metaphors drawn from three of his most frequent target domains: the nation, his revolution, and the opposition. The author argues that behind an official discourse of inclusion, Chávez s choice of metaphors contributes to the construction of a polarizing discourse of exclusion in which his political opponents are represented as enemies of the nation. Chávez constructs this polarizing discourse of exclusion by combining metaphors that conceptualize: (a) the nation as a person who has been resurrected by his government, as a person ready to fight for his revolution, or as Chávez himself; (b) the revolution as war; and (c) members of the opposition as war combatants or criminals. At the same time, by making explicit references in his discourse about the revolution as the continuation of Simón Bolívar s wars of independence, Chávez contributes to represent opponents as enemies of the nation, given that in the Venezuelan collective imaginary Bolívar is the symbol of the nation s emancipation. Bookseller Inventory # KNV9783639115253

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