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Decoding Discourse: A corpus linguistic study of evaluative adjectives and group nouns in Czech print news media (1989–2018)

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posted on 2024-05-31, 12:14 authored by Irene ElmerotIrene Elmerot

This compilation thesis takes a top-down perspective on the representation of different groups of people in Czech news press over three decades. The starting point is that human equality is a global prerequisite for a democratic world, according to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The research questions for the thesis concern how positively or negatively different groups of people are represented, and how often the different groups appear compared to each other. The thesis contributes results based on a language other than English, which represents a valuable contribution to the field.

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Original title

Decoding Discourse: A corpus linguistic study of evaluative adjectives and group nouns in Czech print news media (1989–2018)

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  • English

Associated Publication

Elmerot, Irene. 2022. Constructing ”us and them” through conflicts – Muslims and Arabs in the news 1990–2018. DOI: 10.4324/9781003094005-8 Elmerot, Irene. 2021. Income, nationality and subjectivity in media text. DOI: 10.2478/jazcas-2021-0060

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  • 158 Institutionen för slaviska och baltiska språk, finska, nederländska & tyska | Slavic, Baltic...

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  • PUBLIC

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