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Richard Holt draws on his extensive experience in discourse analysis and Web design to present a picture of the Internet as a potentially powerful tool of civic discourse in the third millennium. Holt advocates a method of discursive analysis called dual reading, in which Internet utterance is analyzed first monologically and then, dialogically. This method is demonstrated by analyzing email discussions that deal with such varied topics as media, espionage, sexual identity, presidential politics, hate speech, and hate crimes. This volume contains a multidisciplinary approach, involving a wide range of specializations, from computer science to philosophy. It will appeal to students, teachers, practitioners, and lay readers who are interested in Internet communication, politics, and popular culture.
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For years, Christian Bale has been sacrificing his metabolism for the greater moviemaking good. He has yo-yoed between American Psycho lean and American Hustle paunch. Bale might not seem like the obvious casting choice for Cheney. Cheney, meanwhile, is 77, American, and his silhouette is more Penguin than Batman. But Oscar-winning filmmaker Adam McKay knew after directing Bale in The Big Short that he would be perfect to play the former veep in Vice, a comedic biopic that follows Cheney at two distinct points in his career.
By Dade Hayes. Christian Bale is known for his protean performances and a willingness to make physical sacrifices for his craft. In preparation for his title role in indie film The Machinist , just one of many examples, the actor shed more than 60 pounds. Bale uncannily nails the gravelly monotone of Cheney, who sits with President George W.