President Donald J. Trump’s Enemy Image Construction in the 2019-2020 Persian Gulf Crisis

Autor

  • Marta Kobylska Uniwersytet Rzeszowski. Studium Języków Obcych

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29107/rr2022.2.3

Słowa kluczowe:

wizerunek wroga, kryzys międzynarodowy, retoryka prezydencka, użycie siły

Abstrakt

Artykuł dotyczy wizerunku wroga w retoryce amerykańskich prezydentów w sytuacjach międzynarodowych kryzysów. Analizuje on obraz irańskiego generała Qassema Soleimaniego zawarty w wypowiedziach prezydenta Donalda J. Trumpa w trakcie kryzysu w Zatoce Perskiej w styczniu 2020 roku. Narzędziami analizy są koncepcje Roberta L. Iviego: topos barbarzyństwa oraz Johna R. Butlera i Jasona A. Edwarda: topos barbarzyńcy prymitywnego i współczesnego. W artykule postawiono tezę, że Trump przedstawił Soleimaniego jako współczesnego barbarzyńcę, aby uzasadnić decyzję o siłowym wyeliminowaniu wroga. Analiza wypowiedzi prezydenta jest wstępem do dyskusji o konsekwencjach wyborów retorycznych dla konwencji retoryki kryzysu.

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