• Mass Media in General and Newspapers
    INTRODUCTION 1. Rationale Mass media in general and newspapers in particular nowadays play a very important role in our lives. Many people even say that living in the world without newspapers is like living in an isolated island. Newspapers help us become informed citizens and make better decision...
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  • Newspaper Headlines
    Contents Introduction 2 The Language of Newspapers 2 Analysis of Newspaper Headlines 2 Headline Evolution 2 Headline Functions 2 Headline Styles 2 Headline Forms 2 Headline Variants 2 Headline Language 2 Conclusion 2 Bibliography 2 Introduction In today’s hectic world...
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  • Lexical and Grammatical Features of English Nespaper Language
    CONTENTS: INTRODUCTION 1 1. FUNCTION OF A HEADLINE 2 1.1 BLOCK LANGUAGE 3 2. AIMS AND METHOD 5 2.1 AIMS 5 2.2 METHOD 5 3. GRAMMAR IN HEADLINES 6 3.1 SENTENTIAL HEADLINES 6 3.1.1 SIMPLE SENTENCES 6 3.1.2 MULTIPLE SENTENCES 7 3.1.3 COMPOUND SENTENCES 8 3.1.4 COMPLEX SENTENCES 8 3.1.5 STATEMENTS...
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  • Essay
    On the Rhetorical Devices of English News Headlines Abstract: Newspapers constitute a part of media discourse, which is an extremely important field of research in both rhetorical analyses. Specifically, certain features of news headlines and also their important role in appealing and directing readers'...
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  • Headlines
    Difficulties in Translation of Publicistic Headlines and their Pragmatic Aspect CAHUL 2010 Introduction Publicistic Headline is known as the name of literature, scientific or musical produce. Our research on publicistic headline will study a lot of its definition. We shall...
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  • 和威尔额外
    Research Journal of Social Sciences____________________________________ ISSN 2319–3565 Vol. 1(3), 1-7, November (2012) I Res. J. Social Sci. Headlines in Newspaper Editorials: A Contrastive Study Bonyadi Alireza and Moses Samuel English department, Islamic Azad University, Urmia Branch, Urmia, IRAN Department...
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  • Newspaper Style
    Introduction A newspaper headline is often the only thing that readers read in a newspaper, or at least, it is the first thing that everyone notices in a newspaper. It serves as a indicator for the reader that helps decide whether to continue on reading the whole text or to skip it onto another one...
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  • A Comparative Analysis of Tenses in Newspapers Headlines and Reports
    Analysis of Tenses in Newspapers Headlines and Reports Introduction. The aim of this course paper is to compare tenses used in newspapers headlines and reports on the analytical basis, and to find out for what particular reasons the usage of tenses in headlines and newspaper articles differ. First...
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  • Asaaaa
    695–721 www.elsevier.com/locate/pragma On newspaper headlines as relevance optimizers Daniel Dor* Department of Communications, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel Abstract This paper suggests an explanatory functional characterization of newspaper headlines. Couched within Sperber and Wilson’s (1986)...
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  • Translation of Newspapers. Problems of British-American Press Headlines Translation
    PHILOLOGY FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT SPECIALITY 050207 “TRANSLATION STUDIES” DIPLOMA THESIS “TRANSLATION OF NEWSPAPERS. PROBLEMS OF BRITISH-AMERICAN PRESS HEADLINES TRANSLATION.” Almaty 2011 ...
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  • thinkers profile #1
    McNair October 30, 2013 Sociological: Newspaper Search Functionalist perspectives are based on the assumption that society is a stable, orderly system, according to the text. In this perspective the society has different parts, but each part has a function. Each part serves as a contributor to the...
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  • All About Headline
    Enajsocab Definition of Headline * at the top of an article or page in a newspaper or magazine: a front-page headline * (the headlines) the most important items of news in a newspaper or a broadcast news bulletin * A headline is the title at the top of a newspaper article or a page in a book...
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  • Researcher
    beginning with a headline and working through lead to body copy. He analyzed over 400 headlines in the Dutch press reporting the 1985 Tamil panic, an occasion of racial tensions between the Dutch and immigrant groups. He found that the authorities dominated first position in the headline, with active verbs...
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  • Rgaergaeaethbrt
    INTRODUCTION CHAPTER 1. NEWSPAPER HEADLINES AS A MEANS OF FOREGROUNDING 1.1. The notion of foregrounding 1.2. General characteristics of headlines as markers of newspaper style CHAPTER 2. PHONOGRAPHICAL, LEXICAL, STYLISTIC AND SYNTACTICAL PECULIARITIES OF NEWSPAPER HEADLINES 2.1. Phonographical features ...
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  • The Language of Advertisements
    advertising has influenced people pervasively in their daily life. However, whatever the promotional strategies advertising takes, language is the main carrier of message all along, as The Language of Advertising, by Vestergaard & Schroder, says, “Advertising takes many forms, but in most of them...
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  • Introduction to Journalism
    medium. For instance, a news story for transmission in the radio medium should use words, which are simpler and mostly conversational. But, in the newspaper or magazines, words may not be as simple and less conversational. Good journalism consists of the intelligent assembly of relevant facts. Getting...
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  • General Notes on Functional Sтyles of Language
    [pic]GENERAL NOTES ON FUNCTIONAL SТYLES OF LANGUAGE The object of lingo-stylistics is the study of the nature, functions and structures of stylistic devices (SD) and expressive means (ЕМ) оn the оnе hand, and the study of the functional styles, оn the other. А functional style of language is а...
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  • Analysis of newspaper article
    An analysis of a newspaper article A logical place to start may be to ask ‘what is news?’ Bignell (1997:81) suggests that ‘news is not just facts, but representations produced in language and other signs like photographs.’ The newspaper is just one medium of news communication; other media include...
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  • A Semiotic Analysis of a Newspaper Story
    language and other signs like photographs.’ The newspaper is just one medium of news communication; other media include television, radio, magazines, and the Internet. We will concentrate on a particular news item as covered in three different British daily newspapers, namely The Sun, The Telegraph, and The...
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  • problems in transltaion of music press headline
    CONTENT Introduction…………………………………………………….....………..…...…...3 1 PUBLICISTIC HEADLINE AS THE OBJECT OF THE SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH…………….…….…………………………………...7 1.1 Defining the Publicistic Heаdline……………………………………….…….…..7 1.2 Clаssificаtion аnd Structure of the publicistic heаdline………………………....11 1.3 Linguistic...
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