Linguistic Inquiries into Donald Trump's Language

From 'Fake News' to 'Tremendous Success'

Dr Ulrike Schneider (Redaktør) ; Dr Matthias Eitelmann (Redaktør)

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Combines quantitative and qualitative analyses to identify the characteristic features of Donald Trump's language use.

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List of Illustrations
Acknowledgements
1. Introduction: From Fake News to Tremendous Success, Matthias Eitelmann and Ulrike Schneider
Part I: Rhetoric & Repetition
2. It's Just Words, Folks. It's Just Words: Donald Trump's Distinctive Linguistic Style, Jesse Egbert and Douglas Biber
3. I Know Words, I have the Best Words: Repetitions, Parallelisms, and Matters of (In)Coherence, Kristina Nilsson Bjoerkenstam and Gintare Grigonyte
4. A Man who was Just an Incredible Man, an Incredible Man: Age Factors and Coherence in Donald Trump's Spontaneous Speech, Patricia Ronan and Gerold Schneider
Part II: Evaluation & Emotion
5. Very Emotional, Totally Conservative, and Somewhat All over the Place: An Analysis of Intensifiers in Donald Trump's Speech, Ulrike Stange
6. Crooked Hillary, Lyin' Ted, and Failing New York Times: Nicknames in Donald Trump's Tweets, Jukka Tyrkkoe and Irina Frisk
7. I'm Doing Great with the Hispanics. Nobody Knows it: The Distancing Effect of Donald Trump's the-Plurals, Ulrike Schneider and Kristene K. McClure
Part III: Discourse & Metaphor
8. Either we WIN this Election, or we are Going to LOSE this Country!: Trump's WARLIKE COMPETITION Metaphor, Anthony Koth
9. Silence and Denial Trump's Discourse on the Environment, Marta Degani and Alexander Onysko
10. Donald Trump's "Fake News" Agenda: A Pragmatic Account of Rhetorical Delegitimization, Christoph Schubert
11. Sorry Not Sorry: Political Apology in the Age of Trump, Jan David Hauck and Teruko Vida Mitsuhara
Part IV: Conclusion
12. Great Movement vs. Crooked Opponents: Is Donald Trump's Language Populist?, Ulrike Schneider and Matthias Eitelmann
List of Contributors
Index

Om forfatteren

Ulrike Schneider is Assistant Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Mainz, Germany.

Matthias Eitelmann is Assistant Professor of English Linguistics at the University of Mainz, Germany.