National Identity in Discourse

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Insight into the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games: A corpus-driven analysis of national image ★

Jincao Yu University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

[short paper]

[withdrawn]

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National Identity in the Press: Britain vs. Europe Dichotomy

Anna IslentyevaFree University of Berlin

anna.islentyeva@gmail.com
https://www.geisteswissenschaften.fu-berlin.de/en/we06/institut/mitarbeiter/Islentyeva/index.html

[long paper]

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‘Plotting’, ‘robbing’, ‘revolting’: ‘Remainers’ and national identity in the pro-Brexit press. ★

Tamsin Parnell University of Nottingham

tamsin.parnell@nottingham.ac.uk
@tamsinparnell
https://www.midlands4cities.ac.uk/student_profile/tamsin-parnell/

[short paper]

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“Russians are very sweet and nice”: a corpus-assisted multimodal discourse analysis of the representation of people in online travel reviews about Moscow ★

Ekaterina Ignatova Lancaster University

e.ignatova@lancaster.ac.uk
@IgnatovaKat
https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/linguistics/about/people/Ekaterina-Ignatova

[long paper]