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Journal Title: Discourse, Context and Media
Volume/Issue:   1 / 2-3
Issue Title: The View from Here, There and Nowhere: Discursive Approaches to Journalistic Stance
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: 1. Analyzing the view from here, there and nowhere: Discursive approaches to journalistic stance
Pages 55-56
Tom Van Hout, Bram Vertommen, Gabrina Pounds

2. Exploring the axiological workings of ‘reporter voice’ news stories--Attribution and attitudinal positioning
Pages 57-67
Peter R.R. White

3. Multimodal expression of authorial affect in a British television news programme
Pages 68-81
Gabrina Pounds

4. Analysing evaluation in political cartoons
Pages 82-94
Elizabeth Swain

5. Diachronic changes in subjectivity and stance--A corpus linguistic study of Dutch news texts
Pages 95-102
Kirsten Vis, José Sanders, Wilbert Spooren

6. ‘Value added’: Language, image and news values
Pages 103-113
Monika Bednarek, Helen Caple

7. Professionalism in political broadcast talk: The performance of a distancing journalistic self in formatted pre-election debates
Pages 114-122
Eva De Smedt

8. Towards a multidimensional approach to journalistic stance. Analyzing foreign media coverage of Belgium
Pages 123-134
Bram Vertommen, Astrid Vandendaele, Ellen Van Praet

9. Stancing: Strategies of entextualizing stance in newswriting
Pages 135-147
Daniel Perrin
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
LL Issue: 23.4966