24,99 €
Versandkostenfrei*
inkl. MwSt.
Versandfertig in 6-10 Tagen
12 °P sammeln
  • Broschiertes Buch

The first research investigates ideological structures of polarized discourse coded in the reports of two online news websites: egyptindependent and Ikhwanweb. . The study concludes with a discussion of how both websites establish a dichotomy of 'we' versus 'them'. In addition, the reports of each website marginalize the other through what is termed as ' Absent News'. The second research compares and contrasts the verbal systems of locals and immigrants using a 'prototypical pidgin' i.e. Gulf Pidgin Arabic.. The process of mimicking works both ways between locals and immigrants.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The first research investigates ideological structures of polarized discourse coded in the reports of two online news websites: egyptindependent and Ikhwanweb. . The study concludes with a discussion of how both websites establish a dichotomy of 'we' versus 'them'. In addition, the reports of each website marginalize the other through what is termed as ' Absent News'. The second research compares and contrasts the verbal systems of locals and immigrants using a 'prototypical pidgin' i.e. Gulf Pidgin Arabic.. The process of mimicking works both ways between locals and immigrants.
Autorenporträt
Dr.Mohammed Eissa is Associate Professor of Linguistics at Suez University in Egypt. His main interests are: Corpus Linguistics, Critical Discourse Analysis and Sociolinguistics.