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Bloody Women: How Female Authors Have Transformed the Scottish Contemporary Crime Fiction Genre

Daily Mail, 19 July 2012. Web. 16 January 2017. Martinson, Jane. “Can tackling awards inequality help close journalism’s gender gap?” The Guardian, 13 March 2016. Web. 16 January 2017. McDermid, Val. Report for Murder. London: Harper Collins, 2004. Print. McDermid, Val. “Niche off the leash: Val McDermid on progress in lesbian fiction.” The Independent, 11 September 2010. Web. 16 January 2017. Mina, Denise. Field of Blood. London: Orion, 2006. Print. Mina, Denise. The Last Breath. London

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Lexical Borrowings and Calques From African American Slang in Polish Youth Slang – A Study Based on A Selected Internet Forum

”, Kwartalnik Neofilologiczny LV (3): 243-266. Fox, Walter 1977 Writing the news: Print journalism in the electronic age . New York: Hastings. Garcarz, Michał 2005 “Kultura Hip Hopu - współczesny model życia także nastoletnich Polaków”, in: Krystyna Pietrzycka-Bohosiewicz - Aleksander Wawrzyńczak - Władysław Mariczenko (eds.), 39-49; Green, Lisa J. 2002 African American English : A linguistic introduction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Jagodziński, Piotr 2009 “The perception of the African American Vernacular

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Hawthorne’s Perspectival Perversity: What if “Wakefield” Were (About) a Woman?; or, Credo Quia Absurdum

. Burgess (eds.), 356-361. 2009 Sociology: Inquiries into the construction of social forms . Vol I. (Translated and edited by Anthony J. Blasi et al.) Leiden - Boston: Brill. Spigelman, Candace 2004 Personally speaking: Experience as evidence in academic discourse . Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press. Spurr, David 1993 The rhetoric of empire: Colonial discourse in journalism, travel writing, and imperial administration . Durham, NC: Duke University Press. Stearns, Frank Preston 2006 The life and genius of

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