Examining US news media discourses about North Korea: A corpus-based critical discourse analysis

  title={Examining US news media discourses about North Korea: A corpus-based critical discourse analysis},
  author={K. H. Kim},
  journal={Discourse & Society},
  pages={221 - 244}
  • K. H. Kim
  • Published 2014
  • Sociology
  • Discourse & Society
  • A quantitative, corpus-based approach is most illuminating for describing collocational and other recurrent patterns associated with specific lexical items across an entire corpus, while a qualitative, critical discourse analysis approach is best suited for scrutinising specific stretches of text at various levels. By incorporating both approaches, this study examines US news stories published in mainstream media with an attempt to identify specific discursive practices relating to North Korea… CONTINUE READING
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