• May 8th, 2015

THE GENERIC STRUCTURE OF NEWSPAPERS REPORTS AND ITS IDEOLOGICAL MEANING

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This is a work of Narrative module from a linguistics perspective.

I will use analysis and make comparisons between two British newspapers The Guardian and The Times depending on White’s model. I will analyse three articles from each newspaper about Charlie Hebdo event.

The structure will be:
Introduction
Literature Review
Data and methodology
Analysis and Results(I want a more detailed analysis)
Discussion
Conclusion

Narrative References

White, P.R.R. (1997). “Death, disruption and the moral order: the narrative impulse in mass-media “Hard news” reporting” in Christie, F. and Martin, J. R. (eds) (1997). Genres and Institutions: Social Processes in the Workplace and School. London: Cascell

Toolan, M. (2001) Narrative: A Critical Linguistic Introduction, 2nd ed. London: Routledge (Focus on Chapter 8)

White, P.R.R. (1998). “Telling media Tales: The news story as rhetoric” (Unpublished PhD Thesis) Sydney: University of Sydney

Hoey, M. (2001) Textual Interaction: An Introduction to Discourse Analysis. London: Routlegde( Focus on Chapter 6)

Bell, A. (1991). The Language of News Media. Oxford: Blackwell

Reah, D., 2002. The language of newspaper. 2nd ed. London: Routledge.

Trew, T., 1997. Theory and ideology at work, in R. Fowler et al. Language and control. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 94-116.

 

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