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New(s) Racism: A discourse analytical approach

@inproceedings{Dijk2000NewsRA,
  title={New(s) Racism: A discourse analytical approach},
  author={Teun Adrianus van Dijk},
  year={2000}
}
In this chapter we critically study the way news in the press may contribute to what is sometimes called the new racism . Since news reports are a type of text, our approach will be discourse analytical . This means that we do not treat news as transparent messages whose contents may be analysed in a superficial, quantitative way. Rather, we examine the complex structures and strategies of news reports and their relations to the social context. In our case, the social context consists of the… 

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