How to Do Critical Discourse Analysis: A Multimodal IntroductionDe (autor) David Machin, Andrea Mayr
en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – 23 Mar 2012
"How great to have this practical introduction to doing critical discourse analysis, especially one that provides examples of multimodal discourse analysis. Extremely useful for students who need tools for the study of text, talk and images."
- Teun van Dijk, Pompeu Fabra University
"The authors have truly achieved the impossible: to make extremely complex phenomena accessible for students and scholars alike. Thus, this textbook will provide a most helpful guide when looking for adequate ways to grasp and analyze the intricate interdependence of written, oral and visual forms of semiosis."
- Ruth Wodak, Lancaster University
How do media texts manipulate and persuade us? How do language and images play out the ideas, values and identities?
This book shows readers exactly how language, power and ideology are negotiated in media texts, from magazine and advertising, to YouTube and music videos. Presenting a systematic toolkit of theories, concepts and techniques for doing language and image analysis, students learn how to dig deep into discourses and the media landscape.
With case studies and examples from a range of traditional and new media content, the book equips students to understand the relationship between language, discourse and social practices.
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The authors have truly achieved the impossible: to make extremely complex phenomena accessible for students and scholars alike. Thus, this textbook will provide a most helpful guide when looking for adequate ways to grasp and analyze the intricate interdependence of written, oral and visual forms of semiosis.
David Machin and Andrea Mayr have written a well informed book combining critical discourse and visual analysis. They present, in a very accessible way, a range of semiotic tools introducing readers to both theory and practice. Highly useful to students of communication studies in general.
Media and cultural studies scholars have needed this book for some time - a critical and comprehensive introduction to the themes and tools of multimodal critical discourse analysis and, importantly, a clear framework for applying them in analysis. The book both summarises and develops a critical approach to analysing visual and linguistic communication, and should be mandatory reading for every student and scholar interested in examining how text and talk function.
Introduction: How Meaning Is Created
Making Active Choices: Language as a Set of Resources
Analysing Semiotic Choices: Words and Images
Presenting Speech and Speakers: Quoting Verbs
Representing People: Language and Identity
Representing Actions: Transitivity and Verb Processes
Concealing and Taking for Granted: Nominalization and Presupposition
Persuading with Abstraction: Rhetoric and Metaphor
Committing and Evading: Truth, Modality and Hedging
Conclusion: Doing Critical Discourse Analysis and Its Discontents