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To what extent does routine television news supply citizens with essential political information? To what extent are routine stories sensationalized so that their informational content is diluted or obscured? How do television news directors frame routine news stories and rationalize the mix of...
A textual analysis of an archive of US newspaper articles published during the first two weeks of the Gulf War reveals that three interpretative news frames—the Enemy Within, Marginal Oddity and Legitimate Controversy—dominated press coverage of antiwar protest. Salient textual...
In this paper we invesigate a common locus of consumer decision-making in buyer-seller interactions—customer non-acceptances to a proposed sale and the verbal negotiations that often ensue. The research is based on a study of recordings of real-life telephone-selling calls. In this study the...
This paper examines some of the rhetorical strategies employed by Renmin Ribao (People's Daily) in reports of `riots' and demonstrations, specifically incidents in which the police or the authorities took action against the `rioters' and demonstrators. The corpus included news articles (between...
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