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G. Fairclough 1995; van Dijk 1991; Kress 1994; Mart´ın-Rojo 1995; Bell and Garrett 1998). g. Talbot 1992; Caldas-Coulthard 1993, 1996; Wodak 1997; Clark and Zyngier 1998; Walsh 1998; Thornborrow 1998). g. g. Wodak 1996; Hall, Sarangi, and Slembrouck 1997), bureaucracy (Sarangi and Slembrouck 1996). g. Kress 1996; Chouliaraki 1998). Education is seen as a major area for the reproduction of social relations, including representation and identity-formation, but also for possibilities of change. Fairclough and associates have developed a Critical Social theory 27 Language Awareness approach that advocates the stimulation of critical awareness with students of pedagogical discourses and didactic means (cf.
But I see three main problems. 1. The first one is the linguistic bias in CDA. It has been noted several times above: CDA (and Fairclough in particular) puts a very high price on linguistic-textual analysis, more specifically on systemic-functional linguistics. g. Fairclough 1992b). We shall see further on how Fairclough uses the absence of attention to linguistic detail as a point of critique against Foucault. There is also closure when the issue is debated; witness how Chouliaraki and Fairclough (1999: 139) causally relate CDA’s presumedly unique critical capacity to Hallidayan systemic-functional linguistics: It is no accident that critical linguistics and social semiotics arose out of SFL [systemic-functional linguistics] or that other work in CDA has drawn upon it -- SFL theorises language in a way which harmonises far more with the perspective of critical social science than other theories of language.
An obvious warning to be extended at this point is that whenever we make reference to a ‘school’, we find ourselves on thin ice. People identified as ‘members’ of this school may not always perceive themselves as such, and many observers would emphasise the incoherence and internal contradictions in what I am presenting here as a more or less unified and streamlined movement. What we are facing when we talk about CDA is a group of leading scholars, each with a background of their own, who agree on certain principles of analysis, who agree to address similar issues, and who have developed some institutional tools for doing so.