Media framings of migration 1: the mainstream view

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Smooth criminals: discourse on humanitarian NGOs as a key feature of sovereignist  ideology

Andrea Cerase & Dario Lucchesi
University of Rome / University of Padova

andrea.cerase@uniroma1.it
dario.lucchesi@unipd.it


The Great Pretenders: Refugees in the European Press 

Natalia Zawadzka-Paluektau
Uniwersytet Warszawski

nataliazawadzka@uw.edu.pl


A longitudinal comparison of the representation of migration in a corpus of British and Romanian newspaper articles published between 2006 and 2018 

Mihaela Iorga
University of Portsmouth

mihaela.iorga@port.ac.uk


How are the Rohingya crises discursively represented in British online news media?  

Jasper Roe
University of Valencia

jxr059@gmail.com


Exploring FORCE in Metaphor and Viewpoint phenomena in the multimodal representations of the refugee ‘crisis’ in online British newspapers

Javier Mármol Queraltó
Lancaster University

j.marmolqueralto@lancaster.ac.uk


Constructing British National Identity: The Britain vs. Europe Dichotomy 

Anna Islentyeva & Mihera Abdel Kafi
Universität Innsbruck / Freie Universität Berlin

anna.islentyeva@gmail.com
m.abdelkafi@outlook.com

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Linguistic representation of migration in Italy (2013-2020) 

Luigi Squillante & Isabella Chiari
Sapienza Università di Roma

luigi.squillante@uniroma1.it

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