Language and the Media Hardback
Edited by Helen Kelly-Holmes
Part of the Critical Concepts in Linguistics series
What makes language in the media different from `everyday' or `person-to-person' domains is the presence - seen or unseen, human or technical - of some intermediary or facilitator, and it is the impact on language by this facilitation or mediation that is the focus of this new 4 volume collection, Language and the Media.
Including seminal theoretical articles, case studies, and review articles, the collection will look at language as a means of managing the media audience, will explore language as a topic in the media, and will set out how language is used as a mode of media communication.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 1532 pages, 127 Tables, black and white
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 07/12/2015
- Category: Semantics
- ISBN: 9781138833456