Towards the end of the last chapter, I declared that the present reality-constitutive and culturally pluralist perspective on discourse is motivated to achieve an explicit form of cultural politics: to help facilitate cultural cohesion and common prosperity. More particularly and specifically, the current proposed theoretical position of CAD is oriented towards two, interrelated discourse research objectives. On the one hand, it aims to undermine existing discourses of cultural repression, domination and exclusion. On the other hand, it seeks to initiate and advocate subversive, alternative and creative discourses in favour of harmony amongst all cultural, ethnic and ‘racial’ groups.
KeywordsCultural Politics Emphasis Original Intellectual Tradition Discourse Study Intercultural Communication
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