By Maurice Mullard, Bankole A. Cole
This wide-ranging, multidisciplinary choice of unique papers explores the hyperlink among globalisation, citizenship and the battle on terror. rules from sociology, criminology, political technology and improvement reviews are integrated into the individuals' exam of the character of globalisation and the conflict on terror. utilizing theoretical frameworks, analysing present matters and reflecting on present literature and earlier occasions, they illustrate how the techniques of globalisation and the conflict on terror are shaping and defining citizenship either globally and inside kingdom states.
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The concept of discourse is undeﬁned, and the meaning of the term oscillates in most applications between discourse as formation and discourse as practice. Partly because of such fuzziness, the claims that are made for the relation between discourse and society do not even comprise stable positions, but may vary within any given analysis, so that the eﬀectivity of discourse may be seen as ranged along a spectrum on which its relation to social phenomena can be constitutive (where there is ‘nothing outside the discourse’), determinant (the subjects and objects of discourse are external to it, but are ‘empty vessels’), manipulative (social reality is external to discourse but may be inﬂuenced by it), critically received, and even resisted by active agents of discourse.
The PNAC’s 1997 ‘Statement of Principles’ boasts among its signatories Jeb Bush, Dick Cheney, Francis Fukuyama, Donald Kagan, Dan Quayle, Donald Rumsfeld and Paul Wolfowitz (PNAC, 1997). Since its inception, the PNAC’s primary aim in lobbying the federal government has been to increase the US defence budget to a level that ‘would maintain American security and advance American interests in the new century’. The ‘Statement of Principles’ continues, As the 20th century draws to a close, the United States stands as the world’s preeminent power.
4). Attempts to quantitatively assess the eﬀect of the discourse of the war on terror on public opinion further undermine the central premiss of CDA that discourse is constitutive of political reality, not merely an inﬂuence upon it. , p. 11). Jackson’s analysis also produces contradictory conclusions. , p. 14), yet his analysis of the discourse of the war on terror suggests that the abuse indicated by those photographs would have been perceived as acceptable and even righteous. Moreover, crucially, he wants to engage in normative critique by contrasting the discursive construction of the war on terror to its consequences in social reality, requiring him to introduce a distinction between discourse and social reality where CDA supposedly studies their interaction (this contradiction is built into Discourse analysis and the war on terror 27 CDA, identiﬁable in the introduction to one of his analytical essays, which states: ‘The “war on terrorism” is both a set of institutional practices .
Globalisation, Citizenship and the War on Terror by Maurice Mullard, Bankole A. Cole
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