The title refers to the lexicons (often exclusive) that are creating certain communities. There was an identity lexicon of Nazism, there is now in Catalan secessionism, it was also created in ETA, it was also used in anti-Franco groups, we also have it in Podemos, in feminism ... Some identity languages are bad and others good.
Álex Grijelmo (Burgos, 1956) has a PhD in Journalism from the Complutense University of Madrid and a degree in business management (PADE) from IESE. He worked on the newspaper, La voz de Castilla, in the Europa Press agency and, for 16 years, on El País. He coordinated the edition of the book of style of that newspaper (1988), and has written The Style of the Journalist (Taurus, 1997), which is used as a textbook in the faculties of Journalism in Spain and America, Passionate Defence of the Spanish language (Taurus, 1998), The Seduction of Words (Taurus, 2000), The Tip of the Tongue (2004), The Genius of Language (Taurus, 2004), Decomplicated Grammar (Taurus, 2006), Dying Words (Taurus, 2011) and is co-author, together with José María Merino, of more than 555 million we can read this book without translation (Taurus, 2019). He chaired the Efe agency between 2004 and 2012. In 2007 he was elected president of the World Agency Council for a three-year term. In 1999 he received the Miguel Delibes national journalism award, and in 2006 the honorary degree of the ESERP university foundation for his business management, as well as the Golden Antenna of the Association of Radio and Television Professionals for his collaborations on program language of RNE ‘It is not an ordinary day’, directed by Pepa Fernández.