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Norman Fairclough is Professor of Language in Social Life at Lancaster University and author of many books, including Language and Power (Longman, 1989).

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My concern in this chapter is with how the world is represented from one position in the political 'field' - that of New Labour. Read the first page
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Blair's language clearly explained 1 Oct 2008
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If you are interested in Blair's language, this is a book you should read..
The author offers lots of example taken from Blair's speeches and comments them, making comparison to Thatcher and Clinton's language.
I used for an exam, and I can say it's easy to understand even if I'm not English-mothertongue
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