The Linguistics of Newswriting

Author
Daniel Perrin | Zurich University of Applied Sciences
HardboundAvailable
ISBN 9789027205278 | EUR 95.00 | USD 143.00
 
e-Book Open Access
ISBN 9789027271389
 
Google Play logo

The Linguistics of Newswriting focuses on text production in journalistic media as both a socially relevant field of language use and as a strategic field of applied linguistics. The book discusses and paves the way for scientific projects in the emerg­ing field of linguistics of newswriting. From empirical micro and theoretical macro perspectives, strategies and practices of research development and knowledge transformation are discussed. Thus, the book is addressed to researchers, teachers and coaches interested in the linguistics of professional writing in general and news­writing in particular. Together with the training materials provided on the internet www.news-writing.net, the book will also be useful to anyone who wants to become a more “discerning consumer" (Perry, 2005) or a more reflective producer of language in the media.

[AILA Applied Linguistics Series, 11] 2013.  xiii, 302 pp.
Publishing status: Available

For any use beyond this license, please contact the publisher at rights@benjamins.nl.

Table of Contents
“Perrin's work is ground-breaking, addressing attested gaps in the field of language and news media, notably in terms of production and process, which are difficult to investigate with existing linguistic tools. Perrin leads with a fresh perspective, well-conceived and tested methods, and thoughtful case studies -- opening up the field again. The Linguistics of Newswriting has a broad reach and at the same time nails down the details. A virtuoso accomplishment.”
“The depth and breadth of the research seems unprecedented in my reading of the literature on literate activity in any domain.”
“For the past two decades or so, Daniel Perrin has been one of the leading figures in a small but increasingly influential network or researchers who call for the systematic language oriented study of news production processes: no analysis of media discourse, it is argued can be complete without a thorough consideration of the contextual dynamics in which it has emerged. Perrin’s Linguistics of Newswriting is now the first book-length introduction to this field. It is both deeply theoretical and overwhelmingly empirical. The book’s scope is ambitious, from the “ins” of gaining access to the “outs” of feeding back to the practitioners interested in how the news or any other form of professional discourse is made. (On a personal note, Perrin’s book is so elegantly written, sharply focused and innovatively structured that he has single-handedly reconciled me with the monograph genre.) [...] The Linguistics of Newswriting should be considered a groundbreaking project, one that will inspire future research efforts in the field of newswriting, and beyond.”
Cited byCited by 57 other publicationsBurger, Marcel & Laura Delaloye2016. The framing of argumentation in the making of a political editorial. Journal of Argumentation in Context 5:1 ► pp. 29 ff. Burger, Marcel & Richard Fitzgerald2019. Good Professional Reasons for Bad Journalism Practice: Inventing Audience Contributions in a Live Tv Debate. Journalism Practice 13:10 ► pp. 1185 ff. Cislaru, Georgeta2015. Writing(s) at the crossroads. In Writing(s) at the Crossroads, ► pp. 1 ff. Conboy, Martin & Minyao Tang2016. Core Blighty? How Journalists Define Themselves Through Metaphor. Journalism Studies 17:7 ► pp. 881 ff. Cotter, Colleen2015. Discourse and Media. In The Handbook of Discourse Analysis, ► pp. 795 ff. Davier, Lucile2022. Translating News. In The Cambridge Handbook of Translation, ► pp. 401 ff. Davier, Lucile & Kyle Conway2019. Introduction. In Journalism and Translation in the Era of Convergence [Benjamins Translation Library, 146], ► pp. 1 ff. Davier, Lucile, Christina Schäffner & Luc Van Doorslaer2018. The methodological remainder in news translation research: outlining the background. Across Languages and Cultures 19:2 ► pp. 155 ff. De Maeyer, Juliette2014. Citation Needed. Journalism Practice 8:5 ► pp. 532 ff. Dürscheid, Christa2016. Neue Dialoge – alte Konzepte?. Zeitschrift für germanistische Linguistik 44:3 ► pp. 437 ff. Ehrensberger-Dow, Maureen & Daniel Perrin2013. Applying a newswriting research approach to translation. Target. International Journal of Translation Studies 25:1 ► pp. 77 ff. 2015. Applying a newswriting research approach to translation. In Interdisciplinarity in Translation and Interpreting Process Research [Benjamins Current Topics, 72], ► pp. 79 ff. Gravengaard, Gitte & Lene Rimestad2014. Socializing Journalist Trainees in the Newsroom: On How to Capture the Intangible Parts of the Process1 . Nordicom Review 35:s1 ► pp. 81 ff. Grésillon, Almuth & Daniel Perrin2015. Methodology. In Writing(s) at the Crossroads, ► pp. 33 ff. Haapanen, Lauri2017. Monologisation as a Quoting Practice. Journalism Practice 11:7 ► pp. 820 ff. 2020. Modelling Quoting in Newswriting: A Framework for Studies on the Production of News. Journalism Practice 14:3 ► pp. 374 ff. Haapanen, Lauri & Ville JE Manninen2023. Etic and emic data production methods in the study of journalistic work practices: A systematic literature review. Journalism 24:2 ► pp. 418 ff. Haapanen, Lauri & Mats Nylund2019. Reporting and Interviewing. In The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies, ► pp. 1 ff. Haapanen, Lauri & Daniel Perrin2019. Chapter 1. Translingual quoting in journalism. In Journalism and Translation in the Era of Convergence [Benjamins Translation Library, 146], ► pp. 15 ff. Haarkötter, Hektor2022. Sprache, Stil und Genres des Journalismus. In Handbuch Journalismustheorien, ► pp. 1 ff. Hout, Tom Van & Colleen Cotter2015. Print Media Discourse. In The International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction, ► pp. 1 ff. Huan, Changpeng2018. A Multiperspectival Approach to Journalistic Stance: From Ontology to Methodology. In Journalistic Stance in Chinese and Australian Hard News, ► pp. 29 ff. 2018. Introduction. In Journalistic Stance in Chinese and Australian Hard News, ► pp. 1 ff. 2018. Linguistic Modelling of Journalistic Stance. In Journalistic Stance in Chinese and Australian Hard News, ► pp. 9 ff. Jacobs, Geert & Daniel Perrin2013. Media Linguistics. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 23:3 ► pp. 400 ff. Jakobs, Eva-Maria & Claas Digmayer2020. The invisible supporters. AILA Review 33 ► pp. 21 ff. Jaspers, Jürgen2014. From Unwanted to So-Called Expertise. Science Communication 36:5 ► pp. 570 ff. Kramsch, Claire2015. Applied Linguistics: A Theory of the Practice. Applied Linguistics 36:4 ► pp. 454 ff. Loewen, Shawn2015. AILA Matters. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 25:3 ► pp. 434 ff. Mahlow, Cerstin, Malgorzata Anna Ulasik & Don Tuggener2022. Extraction of transforming sequences and sentence histories from writing process data: a first step towards linguistic modeling of writing. Reading and Writing Merminod, Gilles2020. Narrative analysis applied to text production. AILA Review 33 ► pp. 104 ff. Merminod, Gilles, F. Neveu, S. Prévost, A. Steuckardt, G. Bergounioux & B. Hamma2022. La fabrication du récit médiatique : entre processus de mise en texte et idéologies langagières. SHS Web of Conferences 138 ► pp. 05004 ff. Mondada, Lorenza & Kimmo Svinhufvud2016. Writing-in-interaction. Language and Dialogue 6:1 ► pp. 1 ff. Palmieri, Rudi, Daniel Perrin & Marlies Whitehouse2018. The Pragmatics of Financial Communication. Part 1: From Sources to the Public Sphere. International Journal of Business Communication 55:2 ► pp. 127 ff. Perrin, Daniel2013. Investigating language and the media. AILA Review 26 ► pp. 57 ff. 2016. Investigating the Backstage of Newswriting with Process Analysis. In Advancing Media Production Research, ► pp. 161 ff. 2018. On, for, and with practitioners. AILA Review 31 ► pp. 53 ff. 2021. Chapter 5. “Somehow I'm Always Writing”. In Participation, Engagement and Collaboration in Newsmaking [Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture, 94], ► pp. 99 ff. Perrin, Joël, Nina Streeck, Rahel Naef, Michael Rufer, Simon Peng-Keller & Horst Rettke2021. Comparing perspectives: patients’ and health care professionals’ views on spiritual concerns and needs in chronic pain care - a qualitative study. BMC Health Services Research 21:1 Pérez-Arredondo, Carolina & Camila Cárdenas-Neira2019. Space and legitimation: The multimodal representation of public space in news broadcast reports on Hooded Rioters. Discourse & Communication 13:3 ► pp. 279 ff. Rocci, Andrea & Margherita Luciani2016. Economic-financial journalists as argumentative intermediaries. Journal of Argumentation in Context 5:1 ► pp. 88 ff. Shokouhi, Hossein & Raha Moazed2017. Linguistic Representation of Ideological Strategies in Two Iranian Newspapers Written in English. Australian Journal of Linguistics 37:2 ► pp. 127 ff. Stücheli-Herlach, Peter2017. Message Design. In Handbuch Sprache in den Public Relations, ► pp. 1 ff. 2018. Message Design. In Handbuch Sprache in den Public Relations, ► pp. 171 ff. Stücheli-Herlach, Peter & Daniel Perrin2013. Schreiben mit System. In Schreiben mit System, ► pp. 15 ff. Tabbert, Ulrike2016. Crime news and what this book is about. In Language and Crime, ► pp. 1 ff. Valdeón, Roberto A.2015. Fifteen years of journalistic translation research and more. Perspectives 23:4 ► pp. 634 ff. Van Hout, Tom2015. Between Text and Social Practice: Balancing Linguistics and Ethnography in Journalism Studies. In Linguistic Ethnography, ► pp. 71 ff. Vandendaele, Astrid2020. Designing the news: A practitioner perspective on the production values in newspaper sub-editing. Journalism 21:11 ► pp. 1655 ff. Vandendaele, Astrid, Ludovic De Cuypere & Ellen Van Praet2015. Beyond “Trimming the Fat”. Written Communication 32:4 ► pp. 368 ff. Whitehouse, Marlies2018. The language of numbers. AILA Review 31 ► pp. 81 ff. Whitehouse, Marlies, Rudi Palmieri & Daniel Perrin2018. The Pragmatics of Financial Communication. Part 2: From Public Sphere to Investors. International Journal of Business Communication 55:3 ► pp. 267 ff. Whitehouse, Marlies, Henrik Rahm, Séverine Wozniak, Steven Breunig, Gianni De Nardi, Frédérick Dionne, Misa Fujio, Eva-Maria Graf, Igor Matic, Christopher J. McKenna, Felix Steiner & Silga Sviķe2021. Developing shared languages. AILA Review 34:1 ► pp. 1 ff. Zampa, Marta & Marina Bletsas2018. On the production of a multimodal news item: An argumentative approach . Semiotica 2018:220 ► pp. 155 ff. Zampa, Marta & Daniel Perrin2016. Arguing with oneself. Journal of Argumentation in Context 5:1 ► pp. 9 ff. Zanettin, Federico2021. News Media Translation, [no author supplied]2017. Argumentation in the Newsroom [Argumentation in Context, 13], This list is based on CrossRef data as of 5 march 2023. Please note that it may not be complete. Sources presented here have been supplied by the respective publishers. Any errors therein should be reported to them.
Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Main BIC Subject

CFG: Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2013024414 | Marc record