Subject Field, Theoretical Approaches, and a Structural Model of Political Discourse
The article presents an attempt to analytically summarize modern — whether foreign or Russian — theories of political discourse, as well as methodological approaches to discourse-analysis of politics. Pointing to the impetuous development of theoretical and methodological researches of political discourse, the authors advance a suggestion that in the family of modern Humanities a new discipline may crop up before long — political discoursology, whose subject field will be constituted both by general theoretical problems related to the nature, structure, and functions of political discourse, and by more particular questions dealing with concrete varieties of this discourse (e.g. discourses of national, supranational and regional identities.
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