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- DOUBLESPEAK AND EUPHEMISMS IN BUSINESS ENGLISH
- DOUBLESPEAK AND EUPHEMISMS IN BUSINESS ENGLISH. Pop Anamaria Mirabela. University of Oradea, Faculty of Economics.
- Вісник ЛНУ імені Тараса Шевченка № 3(190), 2010 Тишакова Л.Т
- The article is aimed at revealing and analyzing the use of euphemisms in politics and identifying the process when euphemisms become doublespeak.
- Chapter Two -Language and Critical Thinking
- Doublespeak euphemisms are used to make bad actions seem good or at least seem not too bad.
- Looking Out for Number One: Euphemism and Face
- use euphemisms more for self-presentational purposes than out of concern for their ..
- If you missed class on Thursday, 2/3: Read the following definitions
- Euphemism: "a word or phrase designed to avoid a harsh or distasteful reality. Used to mislead or deceive, the euphemism becomes doublespeak." 2.
Suggested Web Resources
- Euphemism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- What distinguishes doublespeak from other euphemisms is its deliberate usage.
- difference between EUPHEMISM and DOUBLESPEAK??? - UsingEnglish.com
- Hi! Can you help me identify the difference between Euphemism and Doublespeak, please!
- Euphemisms and doublespeak on parade | Commentary
- Feb 17, 2010 BY JOHN ESPOSITO NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM. COM COMMENTARY Word games seem to have been with us forever.
- Doublespeak - SourceWatch
- Aug 31, 2009 Doublespeak is language deliberately constructed to disguise its actual meaning, such as euphemisms.
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