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Arthurs, Jane & Sylvia Shaw
2016. Celebrity capital in the political field: Russell Brand’s migration from stand-up comedy to Newsnight. Media, Culture & Society 38:8  pp. 1136 ff. Crossref logo
Baym, Geoffrey
2013.  In Media Talk and Political Elections in Europe and America,  pp. 63 ff. Crossref logo
Ekström, Mats, Monika Djerf-Pierre, Bengt Johansson & Nicklas Håkansson
2016. NEGOTIATING POLITICIANS’ RESPONSIBILITIES IN NEWS INTERVIEWS. Journalism Practice 10:8  pp. 983 ff. Crossref logo
Ekström, Mats, Göran Eriksson, Bengt Johansson & Patrik Wikström
2013. BIASED INTERROGATIONS?. Journalism Studies 14:3  pp. 423 ff. Crossref logo
Ekström, Mats & Andrew Tolson
2017.  In The Mediated Politics of Europe,  pp. 123 ff. Crossref logo
Gao, Hua
2019. Devices of alignment. Chinese Language and Discourse. An International and Interdisciplinary Journal 10:1  pp. 36 ff. Crossref logo
Gao, Hua
2021.  In Questioning and Answering Practices across Contexts and Cultures [Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 323],  pp. 227 ff. Crossref logo
Garcia, Angela Cora
2018. Presidential campaign talk: Question-answering in ‘Neutral Informational Interviews’. Discourse & Society 29:3  pp. 256 ff. Crossref logo
Hutchby, Ian
2020. “So my position is…”. Journal of Language and Politics 19:4  pp. 563 ff. Crossref logo
Ilie, Cornelia
2017.  In Argumentation across Communities of Practice [Argumentation in Context, 10],  pp. 73 ff. Crossref logo
Kantara, Argyro
2018.  In Doing Politics [Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture, 80],  pp. 259 ff. Crossref logo
Kroon, Åsa & Daniel Angus
2018. Microphone pokes as prank or political action?. Journal of Language and Politics 17:2  pp. 222 ff. Crossref logo
Kroon, Åsa & Göran Eriksson
2016. Messy interviews: changing conditions for politicians’ visibility on the web. Media, Culture & Society 38:7  pp. 1015 ff. Crossref logo
Levonian, Raluca-Mihaela
2017. What does ‘emergency’ mean?. Language and Dialogue 7:2  pp. 213 ff. Crossref logo
Montiegel, Kristella & Jeffrey D. Robinson
2019. “First” matters: A qualitative examination of a strategy for controlling the agenda when answering questions in the 2016 U.S. republican primary election debates. Communication Monographs 86:1  pp. 23 ff. Crossref logo
Roca-Cuberes, Carles
2014. Political interviews in public television and commercial broadcasters: A comparison. Discourse & Communication 8:2  pp. 155 ff. Crossref logo
Schäffner, Christina
2015. Speaker positioning in interpreter-mediated press conferences. Target. International Journal of Translation Studies 27:3  pp. 422 ff. Crossref logo
Serrano, María José
2018. Análisis cognitivo-discursivo y situacional de las formas de tratamiento en función de sujeto y de objeto en español. Spanish in Context 15:1  pp. 103 ff. Crossref logo
Serrano, María José
2018. Managing subjectivity: Omission and expression of first-person singular object a mí in Spanish media discourse. Canadian Journal of Linguistics/Revue canadienne de linguistique 63:3  pp. 423 ff. Crossref logo
Tolson, Andrew
2012. “You'll need a miracle to win this election” (J. Paxman 2005): Interviewer assertiveness in UK general elections 1983–2010. Discourse, Context & Media 1:1  pp. 45 ff. Crossref logo
Winter, Elke & Ivana Previsic
2019. The politics of un-belonging: lessons from Canada’s experiment with citizenship revocation. Citizenship Studies 23:4  pp. 338 ff. Crossref logo
Zhu, Hongqiang & Tong Chen
2016. CROSS CULTURAL VARIATION OF QUESTIONING IN NEWS INTERVIEWS – A CASE OF POST-QUESTION ELABORATION IN CHINESE NEWS INTERVIEWS. Discourse and Interaction 9:2  pp. 5 ff. Crossref logo

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