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Concepts in multimodal discourse analysis with examples from video conferencing

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The status of intercultural mediation in translation: Is it an absolute licence?

, M. T., 2014. HomoKult: A new model in translation. Sage Open, vol. 4, pp.1-13. AKBARI, A. and SHAHNAZARI, M. T., 2016. Spider-web lattice vs. Iceberg Theory: Which one holds sway over in cultural translation? International Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies, vol. 2, no. 4, pp.54-72. ALRED, G. and BYRAM, M., 2002. Becoming an intercultural mediator: A longitudinal study of residence abroad. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, vol. 23, no. 5, pp.339-352. BUTTJES, D., 1991. Mediating languages

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Multigeneric Intertextuality in Advertising: Discourse Strategy from a Cognitive Perspective

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Advert recipients have wide-ranging experiences of perceiving other texts. When these experiences become the basis of perceiving advert messages, we speak of intertextuality operating as a discourse strategy. This paper studies multigeneric intertextuality in printed advertising, i.e. delivering an advert message through a register or text-form typical of other genres, for which discourse analysis and the genre studies perspective are adapted. From the cognitive linguistics perspective, it focuses on how the experience becomes the basis of building an emotive and attitudinal layer of meaning via exploring the recipient's mental space. The article studies cues signalling intertextual processing, specifically cues of socially determined discourses such as cooking recipes, warning signs, computer-mediated communication, scientific discussions or travel brochures, which may function as mental space inducing cues in the collected adverts. It also deals with how intertextuality in adverts can be scaled and how the level of explicitness relates to promoting various categories of products.

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Representations of Ebola and its victims in liberal American newspapers

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Newsworthiness, attribution and lexicogrammatical strategies in two types of news articles in English and Spanish

academic research articles. English for Specific Purposes, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 101-118. THOMPSON, G., 2004. Introducing functional grammar, 2nd edition. London: Arnold. URBANOVÁ, Z., 2009. The function of reported language in the discourse of newspaper reports. Topics in Language, vol. 4, pp. 82-89. VALDEÓN, R. A., 2007. Ideological independence or negative mediation: BBC Mundo and CNN en Español’s (translated) reporting of Madrid terrorist attacks. In: M. Salama-Carr, ed. Translating and interpreting conflict. Amsterdam

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Early Modern Cultural Hybridity: Bartholomew Fair as a Heterotopia of Hamlet

Renaissance Dramatic Bawdy . New York, NY: Garland Publishing, 1979. Print. Kraidy, Marwan M. Hybridity, or the Cultural Logic of Globalization . Delhi: Pearson Education, 2007. Print. Lee, Waipeng, Trevor M. K. Tan and Shahiraa Shahul Hameed. “Polychronicity, the Internet, and the Mass Media: A Singapore Study.” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, vol. 11, no. 1. 2006: 300–16. Print. Maier, Michael. Atalanta Fugiens . Oppenheim: Johann Theodor de Bry, 1618. Accessed 24 July 2017. Web. http://93beast.fea.st/files/section1/maier/Maier%20

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Conceptual metaphors in Ukrainian prime ministers’ discourse involving renewables

-34. BOUDET, H. et al., 2014. “Fracking” controversy and communication: Using national survey data to understand public perceptions of hydraulic fracturing. Energy Policy, no. 65, pp.57-67. CAMERON, F., 2010. The politics of EU-Russia energy relations. EU-Russia Energy Relations. OGEL collection, Euroconfidential, pp. 25-38. CAMERON, L., et al., 2009. The discourse dynamics approach to metaphor and metaphor-led discourse analysis. Metaphor and Symbol, vol. 24 no. 2, pp.63-89. CARVALHO, A., 2010. Media(ted

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