On the Articulatory Pattern of Discursive Hegemony

Ming Liu

Abstract


This paper brings forth the articulatory pattern of discursive hegemony, which signifies the organization of hegemonic discourse or the way of how discursive hegemony is symbolically articulated in discourse, from the perspective of textual function and the intertextual context theory (intertextuality). This article briefly analyzes the text of British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s address at a Labor Party conference mainly from the perspective of regarding discourse as articulation.


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