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A corpus-based study of representations of social care during the 2019 UK General Election campaign
Carmen Dayrell & Elena Semino – Lancaster University
A genuine fantasy? Comparing distinctive language used to represent people with schizophrenia in the UK tabloid and broadsheet press ★
James Balfour – Lancaster University
Army Deserters or Fat Kids?: A Corpus-assisted Critical Metaphor Analysis of Obesity News in Chinese Official Media ★
Xiang Huang – Universitat Pompeu Fabra
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Dementia in the media: a corpus and multimodal analysis of how dementia is represented by non-profits and newspapers in Britain. ★
Emma Putland – University of Nottingham
Examining the use of reported speech in the PrEPUK corpus ★
Luke Collins – Lancaster University
Health, Diaries, and Digital Technologies ★
Justyna Robinson & Rhys Sandow – University of Sussex
‘Social workers dismissed concerns’: A corpus-assisted discourse study of the portrayal of a profession in UK newspapers
Maria Leedham – Open University