Enough said : what's gone wrong with the language of politics? / Mark Thompson.
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- ISBN: 9781250059574
- ISBN: 1250059577
- Physical Description: 342 pages ; 25 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2016.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 311-324) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Lost for words -- That glib and oily art -- There you go again -- Spin and counterspin -- Why is this lying bastard lying to me? -- An unhealthy debate -- How to fix a broken public language -- Sentences that sell -- Commit it to the flames -- War -- Abolition of public language -- Keep calm but don't carry on.
|Summary, etc.:|| "'Free speech' always has been limited by obstacles: national, state, or local laws, organizational rules, social restrictions, incomplete transmission via technology, and the limits of language itself. Now, with the advent of social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, and YouTube, a new era has emerged, and free speech has exploded. Never before have we enjoyed such free and diverse access to information, or more freedom to debate issues. But with such openness of language and opinion, we still have a generally poor understanding of the most important issues that we face today. Why? In Enough Said, New York Times CEO Mark Thompson argues that there is a widening gap between political power and the public, because public language is being misused or misunderstood. Drawing from classical rhetoric as well as contemporary political doublespeak, Thompson outlines the dangers of speech without accountability, while identifying positive trends in modern speech and exploring our new age of public engagement. "-- Provided by publisher.
|Language Note:|| Text in English.
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