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Methodologies of DA_15.11.16

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Kalina Zhekova

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Kalina Zhekova
Methodologies of Discourse Analysis in the Study of Foreign Policymaking
Identity - Foreign Policy
University of Leeds
k.z.zhekova@leeds.ac.uk
@Kalina_Zhekova
Doctoral Researcher
AS NON-CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP
OF COMBINABILITY
Units of discourse
Self-Other
Sources
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Structure Outline
Basic theoretical background - 'Discourse as theory and practice'
Units of discourse
- Basic & histrical discourse
- Storyline
Lene Hansen's approach
( Jørgensen and Phillips 2002)
-meaning in use; meaning
AS
practice

- A set of rules or ‘ready-at-hand language practices’ by which text, speech and social practices are made meaningful
(Shapiro, 1989, p.11; Ó Tuathail and Agnew, 1992)
Discourse:
Intertextual models
Textual selection - key texts and general material
Data 'Coding'
Data 'coding' - NVivo
Iterative process
Categories of 'coding' based on analytical framework
Inter/textual references - explicit and implicit
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