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Constructing contexts, (re)defining immigrants: Mental models and social representations in immigration policy defense
Guillem, Susana Martinez
Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Discourse and Society (Full Text) vol. 24 no. 2 (Mar. 2013)
vol. 24 issue 2 March 2013. p. 208-228.pdf
This article examines two different instances of policy defense as a means to show how a socio-cognitive approach to contexts can help develop a dialectical account of the relationship between societal processes and our communicative practices. Based on such analysis, I argue that comparative analyses within a socio-cognitive theory of context can offer new insights into how, first of all, mental models control the process of discourse production and interpretation in important ways, and second, how they are intrinsically related to ideologically based understandings of particular groups and/or situations. Such an approach allows us to account for and explain the potential effectiveness of the discursive moves that emerge from this co-constitutive relationship between contexts and communicative practices.
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