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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Ideologies and discourse

Chapter 3: Frames and framing

Chapter 4: Metaphors

Chapter 5: Evaluations and appraisal patterns

Chapter 6: Identities

Chapter 7: Convictions and facticity patterns

Chapter 8: Erasure

Chapter 9: Salience and re-minding

Chapter 10: Conclusion

Appendix : Sources of data

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About the Author

Arran Stibbe is a Reader in Ecological Linguistics at the University of Gloucestershire. He is author of Animals Erased: discourse, ecology and reconnection with the natural world (Wesleyan University Press). He has been awarded a National Teaching Fellowship and Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy in recognition of teaching excellence.

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"Cogently written and compellingly argued, Ecolinguistics presents important new research that reveals the deep-seated ways we treat one another and the natural world. Using wide-ranging analytical concepts and textual examples, it challenges us to think responsibly about our interconnectedness with the environment and make a difference." Michelle Lazar, National University of Singapore

"This book gives a unified overview of this important new field in an inspiring way. Comprehensive, lucid, and eloquently written, it has the potential to become the classic work of ecolinguistics." Guy Cook, King's College London, UK

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