Category Archives: Newspaper discourse

DINEQ goes to Nottingham!

Today, 19th February, Eva Gomez-Jimenez will be presenting DINEQ and some of its results at the University of Nottingham, in the Stylistics and Discourse Analysis Reading Group. She will particularly explain how maternity leave regulations may drive towards greater economic … Continue reading

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Is US an example to follow?

When discussing with friends and colleagues about different stuff, one of the ideas that somehow frequently come to our conversations is that US seems to have been creating a path we are, one way or another, trying to follow. Competitive … Continue reading

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DINEQ goes to Auckland!

We are happy to announce DINEQ will be in the next Sociolinguistics Symposium, to be held at the University of Auckland, in New Zealand. We will be discussing maternity leave and economic inequality in the British press. We´d love to … Continue reading

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Will we be able to retire in what Fleming calls “the new dark ages”?

Peter Fleming, Professor of Business and Society at City University of London, publishes today an opinion article in which he states that only wealthy people will be able to retire in future. The article discusses some of the consequences such scenario would … Continue reading

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1 new DINEQ article

The following DINEQ-related article by Michael Toolan has just been published in Discourse & Society: Toolan, Michael. 2016. “Peter Black, Christopher Stevens, class and inequality in the Daily Mail”. Discourse & Society. 27 (6): 642-660.   Abstract: This article is part of … Continue reading

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