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Identifying and analysing worthiness, unity, numbers and commitment in the UK press coverage of protests 

Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) is often criticised for not incorporating identifiable and accountable methods in its qualitative analyses (e.g. Rheindorf 2019), leading critics to comment that qualitative CDA methods lack transparency, replicability, and can lead to a high risk of researcher bias (Widdowson 2004: 109). This paper seeks to account for some of these limitations … Continue reading Identifying and analysing worthiness, unity, numbers and commitment in the UK press coverage of protests 

MDC Research seminar by Dr Emma Graves – Thursday 26th May 2022 14:00 UK

Media Coverage of Extended Reality Technologies: The Blurred Boundary Between News and Promotional Discourse The news media have significant power to impact public opinion of emerging technologies because they are often the general public’s first and main source of information about such innovations (Scheufele and Lewenstein, 2005; Sun et al., 2020). As the perceptions of … Continue reading MDC Research seminar by Dr Emma Graves – Thursday 26th May 2022 14:00 UK


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