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1st pub.
London : Routledge, 2009
xvii, 269 s. : il., portréty ; 25 cm

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ISBN 978-0-415-47574-7 (brož.) ISBN !0-415-47574-0 (chyb.)
Routledge English language introductions
Obsahuje bibliografii na s. [252]-259 s. a rejstřík
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CONTENTS CROSS-REFERENCED // mm INTRODUCTION DEVELOPMENT // JÁM Key concepts in language and media ? Studies in media language // 8 // Media as language use Speech, writing and media // 2 56 // // Register and style Different styles of media language // 7 60 // // Mediated communication Mediated participation // 13 68 // // Media discourse genres Schema and genre theory // 20 77 // // Media rhetorics Persuasion and power // 26 84 // // Media storytelling Telling stories // 34 97 // // Words and images Anchoring visual meanings // 40 102 // // Boundaries of media discourse 43 Coarseness and incivility in broadcast talk 109 // // The future of media language Looking into the future // 48 117 // Key dates in the history of media // Further // reading // References // Index // CONTENTS CROSS-REFERENCED // EXPLORATION // ?? Analysing media language // uf extension // JLai Language and media readings // Messages and media // 124 // The meanings of ’media’ (Ruth Finnegan; Raymond Williams; Katie Wales) // 189 // The case of the blog // 130 // Varieties of media language (Douglas Biber) // 194 // Listening to pop lyrics // 136 // Media and modernity (John B. Thompson) // 197 // Comparing kinds of studio talk // 143 // Broadcast talk (Martin Montgomery; Steven dayman and John Heritage) // 200 // Purposes of persuasion // 148 // News and advertising angles (Allan Bell; Greg Myers; Norman Fairclough) // 206 // Media fiction and fact // 159 // Narrative strategies (Michael
Toolan) // 217 // Soundtrack and multimodal discourse // 163 // Windows on the world (David Graddol; Gunther Kress and Theo van Leeuwen) // 222 // Media language and acceptability // 170 // Media change in the future // 180 // Media trouble (Alan Durant) // 230 // Media language and social change (Walter Ong; David Crystal) // 233 // 8 // Key dates in the history of media // Further // reading // References // Index // FIGURES // A3.1 Ferdinand de Saussures talking heads 14 // A3.2 Roman Jakobsons linguistic functions 15 // A3.3 Harold D. Lasswell’s Formula model (1948) 16 // A6.1 Bhopal Medical Appeal (The Guardian, May 2007) 37 // A6.2 Headline, Bhopal Medical Appeal (77ie Gunrdinn, May 2007) 38 // A8.1 Boundaries of media communication 45 // B2.1 ‘Font, text design and register’ interview 64 // B3.1 Persons and roles in the speech situation 74 // B7.1 ‘Child and car’image and activity 106 // C2.1 Tim Dowling’s Perwaß/og (77ie Guardinn, 25 April 2007) 131 // C5.1 Acceptance speech by the President of the United States of America, // Barack Obama 149 // C5.2 Cheshire County Council advertisement (May 2008) 155 // C6.1 ‘Mother in photos survived tsunami’ (2 January 2005) 161 // C7.1 Extract from Big Words... Small Worlds 165 // C8.1 Offensiveness of swear words and insults on TV (based on a survey of // television viewers by the Broadcasting Standards Commission, 1997) 172 // C8.2 Ryanair advert (77ie Observer, 26 October 2003) 175 // TABLES // A2.1 Register in
legal contracts and blogs 8 // A2.2 Opposition View of speech and writing 11 // A2.3 Continuum View of speech and writing 11 // A8.1 Overview of verbal trouble in the media 46 // A9.1 Some recent (and ongoing) developments in media and language // technologies 51 // B4.1 Hymess SPEAKING grid 83 // B5.1 A guide to analysing the language of news stories 90 // B6.1 Labov and Waletzkys narrative schema model 101 // B7.1 Types of caption 107 // C1.1 Social characteristics of a media user 125 // Cl.2 Mediated discourse: function and form 126 // C1.3 My personal media and communication audit 129 // C3.1 Interpreting two songs grid 140 // C3.2 Listening to pop music and acting it out 141 // C4.1 Transcription key 146 // C4.2 Analysing discourse in two media interviews 147 // C5.1 Analysis of Barack Obamas presidential acceptance speech 152 // C5.2 AnalysisofCheshireCounty Council advert (tasks grid) 156 // C5.3 Analysis of Cheshire County Council advert (possible answers grid) 156 // C9.1 The twenty most frequently used adjectives 183 // C9.2 A‘basket’of media literacy skills/practices 185 // TRANSCRIPTIONS // ‘Font, text design and register’ interview: ‘Character matters’ 64 // Political news interview: Jeremy Paxman and Michael Howard 144 // Chat show interview: Oprah Winfrey and guest 145 // President Barack Obama’s acceptance speech 149 // ‘Mother i n photos su rvived tsunam i’ 161 // Tsunami tragedy: your emails 162 // Big Words... Small Worlds (Broken English Productions
for Channel 4 // television, UK, 1987) 165

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