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Panel chaired by Anna Islentyeva.
A bilingual corpus-assisted discourse study: Framing the outcomes of the Egyptian revolution ★
Safa Attia – Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
An ecological, cross-linguistic study of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development ★
Elena Valvason – University of Pavia / University of Bergamo
Using topic modelling and collocation analysis for studying political and economical aspects of Croatian and Serbian media representations of Europe after 2007 ★
Piotr Mirocha – Jagiellonian University, Cracow
Linguistic othering of Arabs and Muslims through adjectival modifiers in the press ★
Irene Elmerot – Stockholm University
News Translation and Power Negotiation: Corpus-assisted CDA Investigation of Saudi Arabia’s Representations in the BBC’s Coverage, 2013-2015
Asma Alqunayir – Qassim University, Saudi Arabia
Representation of China’s Reform in English News Media of China and the West: A Corpus-assisted Discourse Studies ★
Longxing Li & Vincent X. Wang – University of Macau
Firing Away: Risk Communication and Climate Change in Australian Media Discourse
Katherine Russo – Università degli Studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”
Testing Agentless Passives’ Ability to ‘Mystify’ Social Actors in the Minds of Readers
Will Lingle – University of Aizu, Japan
The Discourse of Human Rights in China’s News Media ★
Zihuan Zhong – Queen Mary University of London
Time and place in news discourse: a linguistic approach
Azad Mammadov – Azerbaijan University of Languages
Voices in Cross-lingual Global News: Same logos, but variable viewpoints ★
Banan Assiri – Cardiff University
Yellow or Blue? Ideological divergence on Anti-extradition Bill Protest in Hong Kong English News Media
Zeping Michelle Huang – Hong Kong Baptist University