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Bulletin of the MRSU / Section "Philological sciences" / 2019 № 4.


T.N. Lobanova

IDEOLOGICAL RESULTS OF DISCURSIVE PRACTICES IN THE CHINESE MEDIA: STRATEGY AND METHODOLOGY OF RESEARCH. In: Bulletin of the Moscow Region State University (electronic journal), 2019, no. 4, pp. 161-172.


UDC Index: 81.33

Date of publication: 27.12.2019 Page: 161 - 172

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The article considers the Chinese media through the discourse, ideology and language linked together. The investigation question: to what extent the Chinese media form the political reality in China today. As a methodological key the author has chosen two approaches: the CDA (critical discourse analysis) by N. Fairclough and historical discourse-method by R. Wodak. Using the analytical procedure of the CDA-approaches the author demonstrates the discursive practices of the Chinese media singling out concrete ideological effects on the example of two cases - foreign and domestic political ones. The author implements new research on political discourse and shows the new aspect of the use of the discourse-technologies to the interpretation of the ideological content of the Chinese media texts.

Key words

Chinese political media discourse, critical discourse analysis, discursive practices in the media

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