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Discourse, War and Terrorism
Edited by Adam Hodges and Chad Nilep
[Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture 24] 2007
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Adelman, Rebecca A.
2012. Sowing the sea: Visualizing terror, time, and Osama bin Laden. Continuum 26:5  pp. 767 ff. DOI logo
Breeze, Ruth
2022. Critical discourse analysis and its critics. Pragmatics. Quarterly Publication of the International Pragmatics Association (IPrA)  pp. 493 ff. DOI logo
Bunnag, Orawee & Krisda Chaemsaithong
2023. Linguistic purification of violence in the press: a comparative critical discourse analysis of execution news. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 10:1 DOI logo
Damián Aniceto, Paulo
2017. Semiosis acumulativa del Caso Nisman en medios argentinos. deSignis :26  pp. 161 ff. DOI logo
Damián Aniceto, Paulo
2017. Semiosis acumulativa del Caso Nisman en medios argentinos. deSignis :26  pp. 161 ff. DOI logo
Marko, Karoline
2024. Extremist language in anti-COVID-19 conspiracy discourse on Facebook. Critical Discourse Studies 21:1  pp. 92 ff. DOI logo
Ming, Liu & Jingxue Ma
2022. The politics of fear in Hong Kong protest representations. Journal of Language and Politics 21:1  pp. 37 ff. DOI logo
Stenvall, Maija
2008. UNNAMED SOURCES AS RHETORICAL CONSTRUCTS IN NEWS AGENCY REPORTS. Journalism Studies 9:2  pp. 229 ff. DOI logo
Stenvall, Maija
2014. PRESENTING AND REPRESENTING EMOTIONS IN NEWS AGENCY REPORTS. Critical Discourse Studies 11:4  pp. 461 ff. DOI logo
Yu, Hailing, Jinhua Yue & Ye Yan
2023. Fighting terrorism, fighting the West: Them versus Us appraisal in Chinese media’s discursive war on terror. Text & Talk 43:4  pp. 543 ff. DOI logo

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