ריבוי קולות והשתקה בהצהרות ממשלת ישראל לתקשורת בתקופת משבר הקורונה

Translated title of the contribution: Polyphony and Silencing in the Israeli Government’s Statements during the Coronavirus Crisis \

מקסים לנגו, גליה ינושבסקי

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Abstract

From a communication perspective, the Israeli government’s reaction to the Corona virus outbreak included a multi-speaker strategy, designed to convey a multi-faceted message addressing all levels of government action. This article examines this strategy by using the terms "the rhetorical arena" (Frandsen & Johansen 2010) and "formal polyphony". The rhetorical strategies identified in the government's statements are sowing fear, creating hope, and praising. The users' comments from From a communication perspective, the Israeli government’s reaction to the Coronavirus outbreak included a multi-speaker strategy, designed to convey a multi-faceted message addressing all levels of government action. This article examines this strategy by using the terms "the rhetorical arena" (Frandsen & Johansen 2010) and "formal polyphony". The rhetorical strategies identified in the government's statements are sowing fear, creating hope, and praising. The users' comments from.
Translated title of the contributionPolyphony and Silencing in the Israeli Government’s Statements during the Coronavirus Crisis \
Original languageHebrew
Pages (from-to)335-353
Number of pages19
Journalעיונים בשפה וחברה
Volume14
Issue number1-2
StatePublished - 2021

IHP publications

  • ihp
  • COVID-19 (Disease)
  • COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-
  • Communication
  • Crisis management
  • Israel -- Politics and government
  • Language and languages -- Political aspects
  • Rhetoric
  • Sound

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