A Multisemiotic Analysis of Latent Gender Discrimination

A Multisemiotic Analysis of Latent Gender Discrimination

Latent Gender Discrimination: Multisemiotic Analysis Authors Pilar González Llerena, Mariia V. Rubtcova, Saraph O. Narayana Murthy Publication date 2016/10/5 Journal Political Behavior: Race, Ethnicity & Identity Politics Volume 10 Publisher Social Science Electronic Publishing, Inc Fragment: As has shown by recent studies in multisemiotics, hidden gender discrimination in mass media is a serious challenge despite decades of research. In the current report, we look at the problem of stereotypes in the perception of the photos…

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Language of authority: Issues of identity and authority in an online community

Language of authority: Issues of identity and authority in an online community

Armstrong N, Koteyko N, Powell J. (2011). ‘Oh dear, should I really be saying that on here?’ Issues of identity and authority in an online diabetes community. Health : An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 16(4), 347- 365. http://hea.sagepub.com/content/16/4/347 https://lra.le.ac.uk/bitstream/2381/10005/6/ARMSTRONG_VC%20Postings%20paper%20-%20accepted%20version.pdf We explore peer-to-peer discussions which took place in a UK-based diabetes ‘Virtual Clinic’ online community. In particular, we seek to understand the rhetorical nature and content of exchanges over…

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Critical Studies of Chinese Discourse

Critical Studies of Chinese Discourse

Hailong Tian (Principal investigator) Funded by China’s National Social Sciences Grant (03BYY024), completed in Sep. 2008 with grade B In an age of globalization, China is experiencing social changes —- while it is developing, it is glocalizing and recontextualizing. As a result, new social entities have kept emerging and new discourses that constitute and represent these changes also keep emerging. For example, new ways of managing in institutional organizations such as higher education, new social…

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Negative use of management in Russia. Managers as bandits, fraudsters and profiteers

Negative use of management in Russia. Managers as bandits, fraudsters and profiteers

Koteyko, N. (2014). Language and Politics in Post Soviet Russia. Palgrave Macmillan. P. 81-82 This loanword has fewer pejorative collocates in comparison to the profiles of privatisation, business and oligarch in the CPOP. The lexis used to describe negative deontic values associated with these loanwords, such as бандиты (bandits), мошенники (fraudsters) and спекулянты (profiteers), can be found only towards the bottom of the collocational list. Moreover… manager forms collocations with such adjectives as профессиональный (professional), главный (main, top), удачливый (successful), талантливый…

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Language Management/Labor

Language Management/Labor

Bonnie Urciuoli and Chaise LaDousa Anthropology Department, Hamilton College, Clinton, New York 13323; email: burciuol@hamilton.edu, cladousa@hamilton.edu First published online as a Review in Advance on July 24, 2013 This article’s doi: 10.1146/annurev-anthro-092412-155524 Abstract How language is conceptualized as labor is a function of the economy within which profits are made and businesses are structured. Under capitalist regimes, language practices have been conceptualized as apart from labor, as part of the means of production, and as…

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Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines (CADAAD)

Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines (CADAAD)

Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines (CADAAD) Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines (CADAAD) is an ongoing project which aims to foster and promote cross-disciplinary communication in critical discourse research. This site is intended as a resource for both students and scholars critically involved with discourse. We are glad to announce that the 5th Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines Conference (CADAAD) will take place 5-7 September 2016and will be hosted by…

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LENGUAJE CONFIGURATIVO O GIRO LINGÜÍSTICO-COMUNICACIONAL.DOS CONCEPCIONES DEL LENGUAJE EN TEORÍA CRÍTICA DE LA SOCIEDAD

LENGUAJE CONFIGURATIVO O GIRO LINGÜÍSTICO-COMUNICACIONAL.DOS CONCEPCIONES DEL LENGUAJE EN TEORÍA CRÍTICA DE LA SOCIEDAD

¿LENGUAJE CONFIGURATIVO O GIRO LINGÜÍSTICO-COMUNICACIONAL? DOS CONCEPCIONES DEL LENGUAJE EN TEORÍA CRÍTICA DE LA SOCIEDAD Vanessa Vidal Mayor Abstract: This article compares two different ways of understanding philosophy of language within the tradition of Critical Theory. A dialogue is set up between the Adornian idea of “konfigurative Sprache” and the “linguistic turn” as construed by Habermas in his attempt to provide an alternative to Adorno’s philosophy. I will cast doubt on Habermas’ contention that the…

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