Constructing contexts through grammar:Cognitive models and conceptualisation in British Newspaper reports of political protests

Hart, Christopher (2013) Constructing contexts through grammar:Cognitive models and conceptualisation in British Newspaper reports of political protests. In: Discourse in Contexts. Contemporary Applied Linguistics, 3 . Bloomsbury Academic, London. ISBN 9781623563059

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Abstract

In this chapter, I analyse, from the perspective of the Cognitive Linguistic Approach to CDA, representations of political protests in British newspapers and the cognitive models that these representations reflect and (re)construct in the minds of readers. The analysis focuses on the alternative image schemas which are available to construe protest events and how patterns of construal might index wider ideological discourses. A comparative analysis is undertaken of online press reports of violence in the UK student fees protests on the 10 and 24 of November 2010.

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