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Migration and Migrants between the Favorable and the Problematic

A Discourse Analysis of Secondary School Turkish History Textbooks from 1966 to 2018

Önder Cetin

Critical Discourse Analysis (London: SAGE, 2001); Ruth Wodak, Rudolf de Cillia, Martin Reisigl, and Karin Liebhart, The Discursive Construction of National Identity , trans. Angelika Hirsch, Richard Mitten, and J. W. Unger (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University

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Mobilizing Malian-Diasporic Identities

How Southern News Websites Facilitate Non-sedentarist Discourses on African Migration

Syntia Hasenöhrl

.1080/15562948.2017.1353189 . 9 Michael S. Boyd, “Critical Discourse Analysis and the Editorial 2.0: News Reception and User-Generated Comments in Discourses about (Im)Migration,” Altre Modernità—Università Degli Studi Di Milano 2018, no. 10 (2018): 1–22,

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Militaristic Discourse in Secondary Education History Textbooks during and after the Soeharto Era

Hieronymus Purwanta

struggle) contained in the surveyed texts. The battle is presented as proof that the War of Independence between the Indonesian youth militias and the British and Dutch forces had involved all segments of Indonesian society. Critical Discourse Analysis The

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Plan International's Digital Empowerment Campaign

Unlocking Healthy Futures for Girls?

Jacqueline Potvin and Laura Cayen

postfeminism and healthism as useful theories for thinking through Plan's responsibilization of girls to achieve economic success and good health despite the barriers they face. Methods Our analysis is based on critical discourse analysis (CDA) of

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“Exfoliation, Cheese Courses, Emotional Honesty, and Paxil”

Masculinity, Neoliberalism, and Postfeminism in the US Hangout Sitcom

Greg Wolfman

difficulties in their environment, such as time-poor fathers in the city who had to work to create time with their children, against the physical dangers of the rural countryside and the need for young boys to toughen up. Critical Discourse Analysis

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Making Sense of the Human-Nature Relationship

A Reception Study of the “Nature Is Speaking” Campaign on YouTube

Ulrika Olausson

second section presents the analytic framework, which makes use of Stuart Hall's encoding/decoding theory and the methodological tools of multimodal critical discourse analysis (MCDA). It also introduces the materials studied: YouTube comments and

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Invisible labour

Do we need to reoccupy student engagement policy?

Sarah Hayes

to be done, but there is little indication of who will do it. Examining student engagement through a corpus-based Critical Discourse Analysis A corpus can be understood as a collection of naturally occurring language, in this case higher

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The Representation of the Evenkis and the Evenki Culture by a Local Community Museum

Svetlana Huusko

Dijk , Teun A. 1993 . “ Principles of Critical Discourse Analysis .” Discourse & Society 4 ( 2 ): 249 – 83 . doi: . Vasilevich , Glaphira M. , and Smolyak Anna V. 1964 . “ The Evenks .” In

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Right-Wing Populism and International Issues

A Case Study of the AfD

Christiane Lemke

following section, I will draw on a discourse analytical approach and show how the AfD is framing issues pertaining to international affairs, including the eu and transatlantic relations. As Ruth Wodak has argued, critical discourse analysis “does not

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The Legitimacy of Single Mothers in Israel Examined through Five Circles of Discourse

Anat Herbst

This study applies critical discourse analysis to examine the relationship between the imagery and the legitimacy attached to single mothers, as well as the social policy designed for them. The correlation between images, legitimacy, and policy was examined during three decades (the 1970s, 1990s, and 2000s) of extensive legislation pertaining to single-parent mothers. The data have been drawn from a diversity of sources, including Knesset debates, Knesset committee discussions, women's organizations, the media, and semi-structured interviews. The study shows that welfare policy necessarily encapsulates cultural perceptions and basic assumptions pertaining to certain segments of society. These beliefs anchor justifications for the expansion or limitation of social rights and reveal how the development of social rights is linked to cultural and social apprehension.