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4. Any Discourse concerns itself with certain objects and puts forward certain concepts, viewpoints, and values at the expense of others. In doing so, it marginalizes viewpoints and values central to other Discourses. In fact, a Discourse can call for one to accept values in conflict with other Discourses of which one is also a member. 5. Discourses are intimately related to the distribution of social power and hierarchical structure in society, which is why they are always and everywhere ideological.
An Introduction to Critical Discourse Analysis in Education by Rebecca Rogers