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Mon Apr 26 2010

Qs: Analyzing National Identity in Discourse

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        1.    Ryan Pickard, Analyzing National Identity in Discourse

Message 1: Analyzing National Identity in Discourse
Date: 24-Apr-2010
From: Ryan Pickard <ryan.pickardadu.ac.ae>
Subject: Analyzing National Identity in Discourse
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I am a masters student writing a paper on Identity Construction. I am
looking at the construction of National Identity discourse in mainstream
media, emerging social media, and in interviews 'on the ground.' I don't
have time to "analyse" spoken data but will be applying Systemic
Functional Analysis to the newspaper articles and a blog.

Big Question: What theories should I be thinking of applying which
allow me to use a method for collecting and interpreting the interview
data without needing to record, transcribe and analyse it lexico-
gramatically?

Any advice welcome...

Ryan Pickard

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

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