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Qualitative discourse analysis in the social sciences

Author: Wodak, Ruth ; Krzyzanowski, MichalPublisher: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 216 p. : Photos ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780230019874Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index and glossary
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Qualitative Discourse Analysis in the Social Sciences Contents List of Tables List of Figures List of Contributors 1 Introduction: Discourse Studies -- Important Concepts and Terms viii ix x 1 Ruth Wodak Introduction Discourse and text Context Genre Outline of the volume Notes References 1 4 10 14 21 23 24 2 Analyzing Newspapers, Magazines and Other Print Media 30 Gerlinde Mautner Introduction Laying the foundations: what are print media? Why study print media? Production and consumption Getting started and engaging with your data Corpus-building Key resources for textual analysis Checks and balances: comparative evidence from reference corpora Summary Notes Key readings References 30 30 32 32 34 35 38 44 48 49 51 51 3 Analyzing Communication in the New Media 54 Helmut Gruber Introduction New media: an overview Why investigate communication in the new media as a social scientist? Compiling a corpus of CMC texts 54 54 58 59 What is a genre? Key properties of scholarly email postings Summary Notes Key readings References 63 64 72 73 74 74 4 Analyzing TV Documentaries 77 Alexander Pollak Introduction Defining documentaries The powerfulness of documentaries Types of documentaries Preconditions for the analysis of documentaries Steps towards a meaningful analysis of television documentaries Analyzing verbal and multimodal aspects of documentaries Levels of analysis and selection of a transcription method Including necessary context information Notes Key readings References 77 77 78 79 79 80 84 90 92 94 94 94 5 Analyzing Political Rhetoric 96 Martin Reisigl Introduction What is political rhetoric? The politolinguistic approach A selection of analytical categories How to conduct a politolinguistic analysis of political rhetoric a theoretical outline of the research practice Doing politolinguistic analysis -- an example Concluding remarks Notes Key readings References 96 96 97 99 100 101 117 118 119 119 6 Analyzing Interaction in Broadcast Debates 121 Greg Myers Introduction Steps in analysis Text and contexts Applying the framework to interaction in debates Debates and other genres Notes Key readings References 121 122 123 127 140 142 142 142 7 Analyzing Research Interviews 145 Jackie Abell and Greg Myers Introduction Approaches to discourse analysis in different disciplines Contexts for discourse analysis of research interviews Co-text Intertextual links Context of situation Sociopolitical and historical contexts Issues in analysis and explanation Notes Key readings References 145 146 150 152 153 154 157 158 159 159 159 8 Analyzing Focus Group Discussions 162 Michal Krzyzanowski Focus groups and their foci Exploring key features of focus groups The (process of) framing focus groups Approaching and analyzing focus groups Thematic structures in focus group discourse: example of analysis Conclusions Notes Key readings References 162 164 165 167 169 177 178 179 179 9 Discourse Analysis and Ethnography 182 Florian Oberhuber and Michal Krzyzanowski What is ethnography? Analyzing organizational discourse In the field: gathering and analyzing ethnographic data Interpreting ethnographic data in discourse-oriented research Assessing the quality of research and the principle of reflexivity Notes Key readings References 182 183 186 190 196 198 199 199 204 209 Glossary Index

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