Beyond nineteen eighty-four : doublespeak in a post-Orwellian age /

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: National Council of Teachers of English.
Other Authors: Lutz, William.
Format: Book
Published: Urbana, Ill. : National Council of Teachers of English, [1989]
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Table of Contents:
  • Notes toward a Definition of Doublespeak / William Lutz
  • Truisms Are True : Orwell's View of Language / Walker Gibson
  • Mr. Orwell, Mr. Schlesinger, and the Language / Hugh Rank
  • What Do We Know? / Charles Weingartner
  • The Dangers of Singlespeak / Edward M. White
  • The Fallacies of Doublespeak / Dennis Rohatyn
  • Doublespeak and Ethics / George R. Bramer
  • Post-Orwellian Refinements of Doublethink : Will the Real Big Brother Please Stand Up? / Donald Lazere
  • Worldthink / Richard Ohmann
  • 'Bullets Hurt, Corpses Stink' : George Orwell and the Language of Warfare / Harry Brent
  • Political Language : The Art of Saying Nothing / Dan F. Hahn
  • Fiddle-Faddle, Flapdoodle, and Balderdash : Some Thoughts about Jargon / Frank J. D'Angelo
  • How to Read an Ad : Learning to Read between the Lies / D. G. Kehl
  • Subliminal Chainings : Metonymical Doublespeak in Advertising / Don L. F. Nilsen
  • Doublespeak and the Polemics of Technology / Scott Buechler
  • Make Money, Not Sense : Keep Academia Green / Julia Penelope
  • Sensationspeak in America / Roy F. Fox
  • The Pop Grammarians
  • Good Intentions, Silly Ideas, and Doublespeak / Charles Suhor.