Citations with the tag: CRITICAL discourse analysis
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- Editorial: Critical Perspectives on Ideology, Identity, and Interaction.
KOPYTOWSKA, MONIKA // Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines; Jan2012, Vol. 5 Issue 2, pi
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various papers within the issue including the critical discourse analysis condition, discourse identity, and the ideology's discursive manifestations.
- Movimientos sociales: InvestigaciÃ³n y transformaciÃ³n.
Sisto, Vicente // Psicoperspectivas; 2013, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p1
No abstract available.
- Cargo-Cult Science and the Mimesis of Research Practice.
Fellows, Chris // Creative Approaches to Research; 2015, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p57
A review is presented of the article "Critical Discourse Analysis of Rhetoric Against Complementary Medicine" by Jeff Flatt.
- EDITORIAL REMARKS.
MACPHEE, GRAHAM // College Literature; Winter2015, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p1
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses the literary studies discussed in the issue including the political aspects in them and critical discourse analysis of the literary topics.
- Between contexts: A Critical discourse analysis of family literacy, discursive practices, and literate subjectivities.
Rogers, Rebecca // Reading Research Quarterly; Jul-Sep2002, Vol. 37 Issue 3, p248
Presents a study of an African American family living in urban poverty which demonstrates how they negotiate language and literacy in their home and community. Information on critical discourse analysis; Discourse of schooling; Difficulties of conducting research to unveil asymmetries in power...
- Critical Discourse Analysis and the Corpus-informed Interpretation of Metaphor at the Register Level.
Kieran O'Halloran // Applied Linguistics; Mar2007, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p1
One aspect of Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) involves examining how metaphors in texts, particularly hard news texts (reports of very recent conflicts, crimes, etc.), imply certain values. The usual theoretical basis for such analysis is Lakoff and Johnson (1980). My article shows problems...
- Pragma-dialectical Theory and Interpersonal Interaction Outcomes: Unproductive Interpersonal Behavior as Violations of Rules for Critical Discussion.
Weger Jr., Harry // Argumentation; Aug2001, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p313
The purpose of this research review is to examine the usefulness of reconstructing problematic interpersonal conflict behavior as violations of rules for critical discussions. Dialectical reconstruction of interpersonal conflict behavior sheds light on the ways in which dialectical fallacies...
- The Diagnostic Power of the Stages of Critical Discussion in the Analysis and Evaluation of Problem-Solving Discussions.
Van Rees, M.A. // Argumentation; Nov2001, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p457
In this article, the pragma-dialectical model of a critical discussion is demonstrated to provide a useful instrument for discovering causes of an unsatisfactory development of problem-solving discussions. First a sketch is given of the development of a problem-solving discussion which, in the...
- REPRESENTACIONES SOCIALES, PRÃCTICAS SOCIALES Y Ã“RDENES DE DISCURSO. UNA APROXIMACIÃ“N CONCEPTUAL A PARTIR DEL ANÃLISIS CRÃTICO DEL DISCURSO.
Marín, Jefferson Jaramillo // Revista Entramado; jul-dic2012, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p124
Social representations, social practices, and orders of discourse are commonplace conceptual tools in social sciences. Nevertheless, it is not always the social analyses that highlight the role that they play as resources of power and strategies of action and resistance. Neither is it shown how...
- Les intellectuels quÃ©bÃ©cois face au multiculturalisme : hÃ©tÃ©rogÃ©nÃ©itÃ© des approches et des projets politiques.
Labelle, Micheline // Canadian Ethnic Studies; 2008, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p33
In the first part, this article proposes an analysis of the critical discourse produced by intellectuals in Quebec's universities about Canadian multiculturalism. The second part concerns an alternative model, the Quebec model of interculturalism. Whereas the critical discourse on...
- Le discours de la â‰ªnouvelle sensibilitÃ© conservatriceâ‰« au Quebec.
Belkhodja, Chedly // Canadian Ethnic Studies; 2008, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p79
This article proposes to highlight the main characteristics of the critical discourse about Canadian multiculturalism which is appearing among a new generation of academics and essayists from Quebec. We are here trying to distance ourselves from the more academic works in political science and...
- National identity: Conceptual models, discourses and political change: 'Britishness' in a social cognitive linguistics.
Harder, Peter // Cognitive Linguistic Studies; 2014, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p22
Cognitive Linguistics has demonstrated the applicability of a conceptual approach to the understanding of political issues, cf. Lakoff (2008) and many others. From a different perspective, critical discourse analysis has approached political concepts with a focus on issues involving potentially...
- Critical Multimodal Analysis of Digital Discourse Preliminary Remarks.
Moschini, Ilaria // LEA - Lingue e Letterature d'Oriente e d'Occidente; 2014, Vol. 3, p197
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including crossposting, multimodal digital communication, and an interview with social semiotician and critical discourse analyst Theo van Leeuwen on multimodality and cognitivism.
Carpenter, Mick // Community Development Journal; Apr2014, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p177
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including the community development tradition in the United States, the benefits of social enterprises in local communities, and the use of critical discourse analysis in community development...
- Application of Critical Discourse Analysis in Media Discourse Studies.
RAMANATHAN, RENUGAH; TAN BEE HOON // 3L: Southeast Asian Journal of English Language Studies; 2015, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p57
The critical period in discourse analysis emerged between the late 1990s and early 2000s in the field of applied linguistics drawing upon a variety of analytical frameworks and approaches. The purpose of this review is to find out how CDA plays a vital role in unravelling the hidden ideologies...
- THE COMBINATION OF CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS AND ETHNOGRAPHY IN LANGUAGE POLICY AND PLANNING STUDY: A LITERATURE REVIEW.
Shi, Jiayi // Annual Review of Education, Communication & Language Sciences; 2015, Vol. 12, p118
This literature review starts with an introduction to Language Policy and Planning (LPP) study. By reviewing the current trend in LPP study, it sets to find a chance for the combination of critical discourse analysis and ethnography. While ethnography provides researchers the chance to analyze...
- High-End Immigrants Create An Imagined Community in Costa Rica: Examining the Evolving Discourse in Ethnic-Minority Media.
Spencer, Anthony // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association; 2009, p1
In this paper I examine the ways high-end, English speaking immigrants create an imagined linguistic/cultural community in a foreign environment. Through critical discourse analysis I analyze in-depth interviews in Costa Rica to better understand how English speakers utilize a minority-language...
- Shaping a New Critical Discourse for the Field.
Tasillo, Mary // Journal of Artists Books; Fall2007, Issue 22, p12
The article focuses on the need for a broader critical discourse in the field of Book Arts. The field is reportedly in a privileged position where many of those who write criticism are also practitioners. It is stated that critical insights from those with creative expertise and from those with...
- Spasmodic Affections: Poetry, Pathology, and the Spasmodic Hero.
Blair, Kirstie // Victorian Poetry; Winter2004, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p473
This article presents information related to spasmodic affections in poetry and pathology. The pathological connotations of spasm and spasmodic have received little attention in modern criticism, yet from the 1780s to the 1850s and beyond, it was precisely these connotations which would have...
- Framing, ideology and evidence: Uganda's HIV success and the development of PEPFAR's 'ABC' policy for HIV prevention.
Parkhurst, Justin O. // Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate & Practice; Jan2012, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p17
Cognitive framing theories explain how individuals understand and apply information in relation to existing experiences and beliefs. Yet these theories have rarely been applied to explore the interpretation and application of evidence in policy development. This paper undertakes a critical...
- How Turkish Cypriot Radio News works against a Cyprus solution: The Opening of the Lokmaci/Ledra Street Border Crossing.
Way, Lyndon C. S. // Global Media Journal: Mediterranean Edition; Spring-Fall2010, Vol. 5 Issue 1/2, p29
This article examines the way Turkish Cypriot radio news in northern Cyprus hampers a resolution to the conflict between Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots in Cyprus by drawing on Turkish Cypriot newsroom ethnographies and conducting a Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) of Turkish Cypriot radio...
- AGENCY LOST IN THE DISCOURSE OF LANGUAGE ENDANGERMENT: NOMINALISATION IN DISCOURSE ABOUT SOUTH ESTONIAN.
Koreinik, Kadri // Eesti Rakenduslingvistika Ãœhingu Aastaraamat; 2011, Vol. 7, p77
This paper focuses on the representation of agency in the discourse of language endangerment. I consider strategies to (de)legitimate through the competing claims regarding lesser-spoken South Estonian varieties by language activists and their opponents, language professionals and others, from...
- Language, Ideology and Power Relations in Nigerian Newspaper Headlines.
Taiwo, Rotimi // Nebula; Mar2007, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p218
This study is a Critical Discourse Analysis of Nigerian newspaper headlines. Three hundred Nigerian newspaper headlines were randomly selected from six Nigerian newspapers and they were examined for peculiarity in the vocabulary and rhetorical, devices used in order to identify the ideologies...
- Critical Discourse Analysis: Scrutinizing Ideologically-Driven Discourses.
Rahimi, Forough; Riasati, Mohammad Javad // International Journal of Humanities & Social Science; Nov2011, Vol. 1 Issue 16, p107
Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) has been used as a basic discipline in education to provide answers to questions about the relationships between language, society, power, identity, ideology, politics, and culture. Van Dijk (1997) being a leading figure of this field, has defined critical...
- ConstrucciÃ³n ideolÃ³gica de la violencia delictiva en la prensa venezolana.
Vale, Pedro David Aguillón // ComunicaciÃ³n y Sociedad (0188-252X); 2010, Issue 13, p69
The purpose of this article is to explain, from the point of view of critical discourse analysis, how venezuelan press constructs ideology in the news dealing with delictive violence. This study is based on categories for the analysis of discourse as proposed by Van Dijk (1999a, 1999b, 2003,...
- NEW CONFIGURATION OF BORDERS -- NEW DIVISION OF EUROPE? MEDIA REPRESENTATION OF SLOVENIA'S ACCESSION TO THE SCHENGEN REGIME.
ERJAVEC, Karmen; KOVACIC, Melita POLER // Drustvena Istrazivanja; Nov/Dec2009, Issue 104, p957
The article's goal is to present media representation of the new regime of the Slovenian borders, introduced in December 2007. Critical discourse analysis of news items, published by all major Slovenian media between the beginning of December 2007 and the end of January 2008, reveals that there...
- Studies on Interdiscursivity.
WU Jian-guo // Sino-US English Teaching; Jul2012, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p1312
The present paper defines interdiscursivity as the mixing of diverse genres, discourses, or styles in a single text. It also traces the origin of interdiscursivity and takes it as a special kind of intertextuality. Then the paper gives a review of interdiscursivity studies in literary and...
- Down to the bone: A corpus-based critical discourse analysis of pro-eating disorder blogs.
Lukač, Morana // Jezikoslovlje; 2011, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p187
The pro-eating-disorder community is almost exclusively an online community of individuals who claim that eating disorders are not an illness, but rather a lifestyle choice. This study offers an insight into the ideologies constructed in the pro-eating-disorder online discourse by using micro...
- 'Brown Sugar': The textual construction of femininity in two 'tiny texts'.
Sunderland, Jane // Gender & Language; 2012, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p105
Advertisements are a key site for gender and language study, many ads constructing relationships between femininity and consumption, and gender relations of a (hetero) sexual nature. In this paper I look in a qualitative way at how two ads in the form of 'tiny texts' indirectly index gender...
- MADRID EL 11 DE MARZO DE 2004.
Esteves, Rita Jáimez // Letras (0459-1283); 2009, Vol. 51 Issue 80, p205
The general aim of this work was to analyze the linguistic mechanisms employed by the most important politicians of Spain in order to account for the activation of explosive artifacts in Madrid on March 11th, 2004. This means that the corpus of analysis is constituted by the speeches...
- O ensino de produÃ§Ã£o textual escrita na revista Nova Escola â€“ uma anÃ¡lise de discurso crÃtica.
Pinton, Francieli Matzenbacher // Revista Veredas; 2011, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p338
The objective of this article is to critically analyze the discourse regarding the teaching of writing from the perspective of genre in the texts of the Nova Escola magazine. This work is theoretically supported by Critical discourse analysis, based on the three-dimensional model proposed by...
- Saberes sobre la universidad en el discurso de los acadÃ©micos.
González, Guadalupe Chávez; Bonfiglio, José Ma Infante // Colindancias: Revista de la Red Regional de Hispanistas de Hungr; 2012, Vol. 3, p167
In this paper an analysis is made that identifies the knowledge and non-explicit meanings in discursive utterances made by scholars that speak freely about the activities they perform in this public university in northern Mexico. They have a wide trajectory in the university, they teach...
- Public service interpreting and the politics of entitlement for new entrants to the United Kingdom.
Tipton, Rebecca // Journal of Language & Politics; 2012, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p185
This article examines the function and perception of public service interpreting provision in contemporary Britain against the backdrop of conflict that has emerged in media and political circles as a result of the spiralling cost of such provision. Using an approach based on critical discourse...
- A intervenÃ§Ã£o dos EUA no Iraque: uma visÃ£o a partir do discurso.
de Toledo Gomes, Aureo; Espíndola, Tainah // Meridiano 47 - Boletim de AnÃ¡lise de Conjuntura em RelaÃ§Ãµes I; mar-abr2013, Vol. 14 Issue 136, p43
No abstract available.
- Equitable Access to Higher Education: Trends, Commodification and quality dimensions in Namibia.
Tshabangu, Icarbord; Matakala, Vincent; Zulu, Africa // International Journal of Education; 2013, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p120
Higher education in most countries plays a pivotal role in the socio-economic development of citizens, hence the perception that no country can be better than the quality of its higher education system (Okwakol, 2012). It is at higher education that most governments have channelled considerable...
- Â¿PARA QUÃ‰ SIRVE LA SEMIÃ“TICA? UNA PROPUESTA DE RESIGNIFICACIÃ“N DE LA MUJER A TRAVÃ‰S DE LA COMUNICACIÃ“N PARA EL CAMBIO SOCIAL.
Navarro Díaz, Luis Ricardo // InvestigaciÃ³n y Desarrollo; ene-jun2011, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p166
This document proposes to establish points of contact between female categories, semiotics and communication for social change. The text asserts as its central theme the idea that communication for social transformation requires new meaning to women in different instances of the communication...
- The Portrayal of Muslim Militants "Southern Bandits" in Thai Newspapers.
Kirdnark, Treepon // World Academy of Science, Engineering & Technology; 2012, Issue 71, p1030
This paper examines the depiction of Muslim militants in Thai newspapers in 2004. Stuart Hall's "representation" and "public idioms" are used as theoretical frameworks. Critical Discourse Analysis is employed as a methodology to examine 240 news articles from two leading Thai language...
- The discursive (re)production of flexible capitalism.
Skrede, Joar // FORMakademisk; 2012, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p1
In this article, a plan of action from the Norwegian government called "Culture and Trade" is analysed by means of critical discourse analysis (CDA). The document elaborates on how cultural life and business life can cooperate to become more competitive and create values. As a point of...
- TEXT LINGUISTICS AND CRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS: A MULTIMODAL ANALYSIS OF A MAGAZINE ADVERTISEMENT.
Nunes Ferreira, Sidnéa; Heberle, Viviane M. // Ilha do Desterro: A Journal of English Language, Literatures in ; Jan-Jun2013, Issue 64, p111
Drawing on Fairclough's (1995) three-dimensional framework of discourse analysis of communicative events, in this paper we carry out a multimodal analysis of a Diners Club International magazine advertisement. Moving from the description of how textimage (Mitchell 1995) constructs a...
- El sujeto docente ausente de las movilizaciones educativas: Un anÃ¡lisis del discurso docente.
Cornejo, Rodrigo; Insunza, Javier // Psicoperspectivas; 2013, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p72
This article presents an analysis about the place of the teacher as a subject in the Chilean social movement for education. That analysis was constructed based on the findings of a recent research conducted on Santiago's secondary education teachers. Its objective was to understand the political...
- Lexical and visual choices in the representation of immigration in the Spanish press.
Crespo Fernández, Eliecer; Martínez Lirola, María // Spanish in Context; 2012, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p27
Our goal in this paper is to shed some light on the treatment of immigration issues in the current Spanish press via the analysis of the visual and lexical choices used in the journalistic representation of immigration. With this in mind, taking Critical Discourse Analysis and Visual Grammar as...
- The Linguistic Representation of Iranian and Western Actors of Iran's Nuclear Program in International Media: A CDA Study.
Kheirabadi, Reza; Moghaddam, Sayyed Behnam Alavi // Theory & Practice in Language Studies; Oct2012, Vol. 2 Issue 10, p2183
Revealing the unequal relation of power which leads to hegemony in mass media and making audiences aware of this unequal representation of events have been in the center of attention for Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) for a long period of time. As Fairclough states becoming aware of this...
- "It's Not Easy Being Green": The Greenwashing of Environmental Discourses in Advertising.
Budinsky, Jennifer; Bryant, Susan // Canadian Journal of Communication; 2013, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p207
Under the political framework of free-market fundamentalism, corporations are appropriating environmental discourses through green capitalism and greenwashing. For environmental emancipation to occur, it is important to problematize the corporate discourses that put a price on nature and...
- LITERÄ€RAIS KANONS KULTÅªRAS PERIODIKAS LITERATÅªRKRITISKAJÄ€ DISKURSÄ€.
Ločmele, Laimdota // Literature & Culture: Process, Interaction, Problems / LiteratÅ«; 2013, Vol. 14, p78
The present article deals with the creation of Latvian literary canon, its reflection in the periodicals and reception by the society. Latvian literary canon was created in 2009, it consists of 14 authors and their works; it was created as an initiative from the Ministry of Culture to formulate...
- Critical Discourse Analysis of Multiculturalism and Intercultural Education Policies in the Republic of Cyprus.
ZEMBYLAS, MICHALINOS // Cyprus Review; Spring2010, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p39
This paper engages in critical discourse analysis (CDA) to examine the underlying philosophical and ideological assumptions about multiculturalism and intercultural education in some recent manifestations of educational policy in the Republic of Cyprus. It begins with an overview of CDA and its...
- EFEITOS METAFÃ“RICOS E GRAUS DE PRESENÃ‡A DA ENUNCIAÃ‡ÃƒO NO ENUNCIADO.
Bezerra SARAIVA, José Américo; Lopes LEITE, Ricardo // Alfa: Revista de LingÃ¼Ãstica; 2013, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p37
This paper's theoretical framework concerns the Discourse Semiotics' assumptions, primarily its Tensive version (FONTANILLE; ZILBERBERG, 2001; FONTANILLE, 1998), which conceives the discourse as a field of presence, endowed with a sensitive core and horizons from which semiotic magnitudes are...
- A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Images of Iranians in Western Movies: The Case of Iranium.
Amirian, Mohammad Reza; Rahimi, Ali; Sami, Gholamreza // International Journal of Applied Linguistics & English Literatur; Sep2012 Supplement, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p1
The significant role of the media, in general, and the movies, in particular, in disseminating information and creating images of the real life by use of the language as a powerful social tool is totally irrefutable. Although critical analysis of the movie discourse is a fashionable trend among...
- SAKARA MUSIC AND PRESENTATION OF LIFE ISSUES:ACRITICAL DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF YUSUF OLATUNJI'S YÃˆGÃˆDÃˆ.
Sunday, Adesina B. // Journal of Communications Research; 2013, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p447
A genre of music that has had significant effects on other genres of music among the YorÃ¹bÃ¡ of south-western Nigeria is SÃ¡kÃ¡rÃ . Among the practitioners of this genre of music, Yusuf OlÃ¡tÃºnjÃ is unique in terms of the content, the performance and the influence of his music...
- Language Attitudes and Popular Culture: A Critical Discourse Analysis Study of the English Language in India.
Bhalla, Bindia; Singh, Gurupdesh // IUP Journal of English Studies; Sep2009, Vol. 4 Issue 3/4, p100
India is a multilingual country, where English as a language occupies a significant position. Most of the communication tasks in semi-government and private sectors are now carried out in English. The demand for English language proficiency is reflected across the Indian media, in the articles...
- Critical Discourse Analysis, Description, Explanation, Causes: Foucault's Inspiration Versus Weber's Perspiration.
Wickham, Gary; Kendall, Gavin // Historical Social Research; 2008, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p142
The FOUCAULTian governmentality approach, in relying on a teleology--the ultimate purpose of human endeavour is the quest for ever-growing human reason, a reason that is the universal basis of moral judgements, especially moral judgements about political and legal actions--leads not to...