1. Exploring Rhetorical-Discursive Moves in Hassan Rouhani’s Inaugural Speech: A Eulogy for Moderation

Azizullah Mirzaei; Mahmood Hashemian; Fatemeh Safari

Volume 4, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2016, , Pages 39-54

Abstract
  Before a president practically begins his four-year term of office in Iran, a formal inaugural ceremony is held in the parliament. Being attended by national dignitaries and representatives from other countries, the inauguration of Iran's seventh president, Hasan Rouhani, was spectacular in several respects. ...  Read More

2. “Those Nation Wreckers are Suffering from Inferiority Complex”: The Depiction of Chinese Miners in the Ghanaian Press

Raith Zeher Abid; Shakila Abdul Manan; Zuhair Abdul Amir

Volume 1, Issue 2 , Summer and Autumn 2013, , Pages 34-50

Abstract
  This article studies the depiction of Chinese miners in the Ghanaian news website entitled Modern Ghana. A total of 87 articles comprising 43752 words were retrieved. Van Leeuwen’s (2008) theory of the representation of the social actors was utilised to examine the depiction of Chinese miners in ...  Read More