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"Anything that is said or written about the world is articulated from a particular ideological position: language is not a clear window but a refracting, structuring medium." (Fowler, R., 1991) Based on these words, this study aims at showing how journalists manipulate editorials and opinion articles to influence the readers' opinions and ideologies. The study is concerned with understanding the beliefs and ideologies, which are adopted by some International newspapers on the 25th January Egyptian revolution. It also investigates how language is used in newspapers as media discourse to form…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
"Anything that is said or written about the world is articulated from a particular ideological position: language is not a clear window but a refracting, structuring medium." (Fowler, R., 1991) Based on these words, this study aims at showing how journalists manipulate editorials and opinion articles to influence the readers' opinions and ideologies. The study is concerned with understanding the beliefs and ideologies, which are adopted by some International newspapers on the 25th January Egyptian revolution. It also investigates how language is used in newspapers as media discourse to form beliefs and ideas. Thus, it attempts cognitive and lexical semantic analyses of the language of some Western and Middle Eastern newspapers on the situation in Egypt after the 25th January Egyptian revolution. Through the analysis, it becomes clear how opinions and ideologies are linguistically and cognitively presented in editorials and opinion articles. This book is of particular interest to readers and researchers who are involved in linguistic and cognitive research and who are occupied with studying the influence of media on shaping minds and mediating public ideologies.
Autorenporträt
Dr. Shaymaa Sallam is a line-manager and teacher trainer. She had B.A. in English and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Linguistics from Al-Azhar University, Egypt. She taught in the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport in Egypt. Her areas of interest include discourse analysis, pragmatics, semantics, rhetoric and ethnolinguistics.