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Angouri, Jo & Ruth Wodak
2014. ‘They became big in the shadow of the crisis’. Discourse & Society 25:4  pp. 540 ff. DOI logo
Clary-Lemon, Jennifer
2014. Irish emigration in the 1970s: The ‘problem’ discourse of political elites. Discourse & Society 25:5  pp. 619 ff. DOI logo
Coutu, Lisa M.
2008. Contested Social Identity and Communication in Text and Talk About the Vietnam War. Research on Language & Social Interaction 41:4  pp. 387 ff. DOI logo
Pohn-Lauggas, Maria
2017. Biography and discourse: A biography and discourse analysis combining case study on women’s involvement in National Socialism. Current Sociology 65:7  pp. 1094 ff. DOI logo
Ribeiro, Filipa Perdigão
Spencer-Bennett, Joe
2020. The Ministry of Information and the linguistic design of Britain’s World War II propaganda: What archival documents can tell us about political discourse. Discourse & Society 31:3  pp. 329 ff. DOI logo
Wodak, Ruth
2005. Understanding and explaining social change: “déjà‐vu” experiences. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 15:2  pp. 240 ff. DOI logo
Wodak, Ruth & Rudolf de Cillia
2007. Commemorating the past: the discursive construction of official narratives about the `Rebirth of the Second Austrian Republic'. Discourse & Communication 1:3  pp. 337 ff. DOI logo

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