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Owens, Jesse Sinclair - Capítulo 2. Literature Review - Discourse Across Borders: A Quantitative Analysis of Mexican and American Media Discourses -- Maestría en Applied Linguistics. - Departamento de Lenguas. - Escuela de Artes y Humanidades, - Universidad de las Américas Puebla.


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Discourse Across Borders 29 2.
Literature Review In order to carry out traditional CDA research from a novel perspective, while additionally proposing and testing a new method through which to carry out future CDAbased investigations, it is first important to discuss the field itself.
As a result, the following section highlights the history of CDA, its development, and some of its applications within the literature.
Further, this section discusses the problems which have been found in the traditional CDA approach to linguistics research as well as the linguistic research methods which were used in the current study as potential solutions to pre-existing methodological weaknesses. With the intention of laying the groundwork for the investigation which was undertaken here, this section reviews past and present research in all of the fields included in the present methodology.
This is important not only in clarifying the logical steps which have influenced the current research but in presenting the methodologies being combined here in terms of how they can serve to solve some common problems found in traditional CDA research.
As such, all of the research methods discussed below are looked at with a basis in their connections (both explicit and implicit) to CDA research as well as in their historical presence and achievements in various fields of linguistics research. 2.1.
Critical Discourse Analysis CDA—as was discussed in the introduction (see page 1)— is an approach to linguistics research which differs from classical DA, “…in not just describing discursive practices, but also showing how discourse is shaped by relations of power and ideologies, and the constructive effects discourse has upon social identities, social relations and systems of Discourse Across Borders 30 knowledge and belief, neither of which is normally apparent to discourse participants,” (Fairclough, 1992, p.
12).
Although CDA has been applied to a great number of issues within linguis...






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