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Exploring discourse and ideology through corpora

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Edited By Miguel Fuster Márquez, José Santaemilia, Carmen Gregori-Signes and Paula Rodríguez-Abruñeiras

This book explores discourse mainly through corpus linguistics methods. Indeed, Corpus-Assisted Discourse Studies has become a widely used approach for the critical (or non-critical) analysis of discourses in recent times. The book focuses on the analysis of different kinds of discourse, but most particularly on those which attempt to unveil social attitudes and values. Although a corpus methodology is deemed crucial in all research found here, it should not be inferred that a single, uniform technique is applied, but a wide variety of them, often shaped by the software which has been used. Also, more than one (qualitative or quantitative) methodology or drawing from various relevant sources is often called for in the critical analysis of discourses.

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Nouf Alotaibi is a PhD candidate at the University of Sheffield. Her interdisciplinary work focuses on discourse analysis, corpus linguistics, Saudi feminism, and social media. Her research currently investigates the online campaign #EndMaleGuardianshipSystem (2016–2019) and the representation of Saudi women by applying a corpus-aided critical discourse analysis.

Helen Baker is a Senior Research Associate at the ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS) at Lancaster University, UK. She has published research on tsarist Russia and, more recently, has focussed on the benefits of using large corpora in the study of the past, particularly in order to explore the ways in which marginalised people were perceived in early modern public discourse.

Leanne Bartley started working in academia in 2008 as a research assistant at the Universidad de Jaén in Spain, before moving to the Universidad de Granada to work as a Visiting Scholar and complete her PhD in Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) and Forensic Linguistics in 2017. Since then, she has worked at Liverpool Hope University and Swansea University in the UK before returning to the Universidad de Granada as a Lecturer in English language. More recently, Leanne was awarded a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Global Scholarship, thus allowing her to pursue her main research interests, which are CDA, Corpus Linguistics and Forensic Linguistics, and collaborate with other renowned scholars around the world.

Ana Belén Cabrejas-Peñuelas is an Assistant Lecturer at the Universitat de València (Spain), where she teaches...

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