Multimodal Texts from Around the World: Cultural and Linguistic Insights
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Visit emeraldpublishing. Findings The findings show that focusing on images, sounds, words and their purposeful organization enabled the students to critically examine a moving-image text through considerations for the multiple modes and arriving at the structural and ideological interpretive perspectives.
Critical multimodal literacy with moving-image texts
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My research in this area investigates discursive patterns in social media texts and corpora. This is online discourse where people commune by making their talk findable e.
Google Inc. To this end, the authors prepared 32 clauses, ranging from those reasonably clear as to process type to those which are very difficult to code. These examples were placed on a web-page, which allowed a coder to assign a process type to each clause, and invited the coder to comment on their reasoning.
Then, the authors solicited readers of Sysfling and Sys-func to complete the coding. Seventy-five people responded. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Her research interests cover a wide range of topics related to the functional analysis of English often in comparison with Spanish and other European languages , using computational and corpus-based methodologies. In her lecture she discusses theoretical and methodological issues related to her most recent research on contrastive corpus annotation methodologies.
This chapter adopts an alternative viewpoint based on systemic-functional theory, according to which language is seen as the foundation of human experience Halliday and Matthiessen This is achieved through an extensive empirical analysis based on comparable corpora in English and Spanish, which combines the qualitative, the quantitative and the contrastive dimensions.