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Title: Styles and battlecries in Maltese politics
Authors: Tomorrow
Keywords: Sociolinguistics -- Malta
Maltese language -- Social aspects
Personality and politics -- Malta
Politicians -- Clothing and dress
Mintoff, Dom, 1916-2012
de Marco, Guido, 1931-2010
Mifsud Bonnici, Karmenu, 1933-
Issue Date: 1983-02
Publisher: Sliema : Pragma Publishing
Citation: Tomorrow (1983, February). Styles and battlecries in Maltese politics. Tomorrow, pp. 18-20
Abstract: The political division between the Maltese people is one that is clear and large. Yet, the division between the parties themselves has been blurring as they take on similar approaches. The article analyses how buzz words, slogans, dress, and mannerisms have become more associated with 'politician' rather than the party that the person stands for.
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