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    A critical discourse analysis of news reports on "occupy central" campaign from China daily and the New York times 

    Kai, Liu (Assumption University Press, 2016)

    News language is not value-free reflection of the facts and news discourse is always endowed with ideological power. This study involves a Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) of the news reports on "Occupy Central" Campaign from China Daily and The New York Times, employing Fairclough's Three-dimensional model as framework and Haliidya's Systemic Functional Grammar (SFG), the Theory of Appraisal of Martin and Rose as analytical tools in the analysis. The analysis found various attitudes through language use. In addition, language use in news ...
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    Language and attitudes of invisible minds: an appraisal analysis of cyber discourse 

    Deocampo, Marilyn F. (Assumption University Press, 2018)

    This study examines the interactions of different participants on Yahoo Singapore and Yahoo Philippines using the Martin and Rose (2011) Appraisal Theory, focusing on the interpersonal aspects of discourse, ATTITUDE is used as the framework for a Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA). Blogging in the cyberworld, as a different channel of communication, allows the people of a society to discuss issues that matter most to them. The method used to foreground the underlying discourse is an attempt to understand the influence of various elements of ...
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    Realization of appraisal in editorials 

    Tian, Meng (Assumption University, 2012)