This study brings linguistic history and contemporary history together. Using the tools of discourse analysis it examines the linguistic quality of upheaval in the critical discourse of the late 1960s and considers the concepts of democracy represented in this discourse. The critical theory of the Frankfurt School serves as the point of reference in which these concepts are based. The book is aimed not only at linguists but also at historians and sociologists.
Heidrun Kämper, Universität Mannheim.
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