The Discourse of the Press and the Press of Discourse: The Construction of the Drug Problem in the Russian Media
The present paper targets at the analysis of indirect and direct speech as main techniques of intertextual representation in English media discourse and subjects to conscious scrutiny the relationship between quotation sources and the way it is introduced in the text, considering reporting verbs and authors’ intentions while resorting to intertextuality. The article dwells on the comparative analysis of intertextuality representation in two newspaper articles on the natural disaster Hurricane Sandy in the USA and effects authors achieve when using this technique.
The paper presents the literature overview on risk communication in three perspectives. Firstly, it states the significance of risk communication studies as interdisciplinary research; secondly, it describes the issues of health risk communication investifation; and thirdly, it covers multilingual solutions for risk communication problems.
An analysis of the influence of the world economic and financial crisis on the development of the global pharmaceutical market is given as well as an estimation of the economic situation in the pharmaceutical field, forecasts of the scenarios of its development in the crisis and post-crisis period, and the measures for overcoming the consequences of the world economic crisis.
The book includes proceedings of the 11th LATEUM (the Linguistic Association of the Teachers of English at the University of Moscow) International Conference - ELT and Linguistics 2013: New Strategies for Better Solutions. The conference focused on the current issues of teaching English as a foreign language and a range of its linguistic aspects, including Cognitive and Corpus-Based Discourse Studies in ELT, Teaching and Researching Business English, Literature and Translation, Media Discourse, Phonetics in ELT in Global English Context, Culture-Specific Component in Language Teaching and Research, Technology-Assisted Linguistic Research and Instruction, Language Testing and Assessment.
This paper explores discourse modifications of the political message in media. Popular political text is characterized as a part of public political communication. The author stresses the significance of public policy beyond mass media.
Special features of the discourse in the Christian Orthodox mass media depend on the ap- proach to the problem of incompatibility of the mass media discourse with the church discourse, the public communication and confidential talk about faith. This problem is the most urgent for those Orthodox mass media which set a missionary aim. In this work the author makes a review of the main forms of dialogue with the audience, communicative strategies and tactics in the magazines with missionary orientation. Besides, the researcher distinguishes the special means of interaction between the author and the reader.