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Abstract The paper looks into discourse practices in American wedding invitations, identifying possible trends and patterns. Using predominantly genre analysis ( Swales 2008 ) and Critical Discourse Analysis ( Fairclaugh 1985 ), the paper analyses a corpus of American wedding invitations...
Abstract The goal of this paper is to discuss motion events in Toposa, an Eastern Nilotic language of South Sudan in the light of Talmy’s (1985 ) dichotomy of verb frame (V) and satellite frame (S) languages. The paper will demonstrate that Toposa is a typical verb-framed language that conflates...
Abstract The Tunisian Revolution has generated unprecedented attention in Arab and Western news. In many cases, these media intended not only to report on the events but to dominate people’s ideologies in order to favor a political outcome (Galal and Spielhaus 2012). The present study examines...
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