Institutional framings of migration

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A corpus-assisted socio-political approach to the study of migration phenomena in parliamentary discourse

María Calzada Pérez
Universitat Jaume I, Castellón de la Plana

calzada@trad.uji.es

Collocational networks and subjectivity in judicial discourse: A corpus-based comparative analysis

María José Marín
Universidad de Murcia

mariajose.marin1@um.es
@MJ_MP


The making of the unaccompanied children on Lesvos island: From legal discourse to everyday life

Birgül Yılmaz
University College London

birgul.yilmaz@ucl.ac.uk
@b_yilmaz04

The ‘securitisation’ of higher education in the UK’s ‘hostile environment’ for migrants

Johann W. Unger
Lancaster University

j.unger@lancaster.ac.uk
@johnnyunger

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