2 edition of corpus based study of representation of foreign countries in the South Korean Press found in the catalog.
corpus based study of representation of foreign countries in the South Korean Press
Thesis (M.Phil.) - University of Birmingham, School of Humanities, Department of English, Centre for English Language Studies, 2003.
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The current study uses a half-million-word corpus of three Korean newspapers, which use English as a medium, and investigates how two foreign countries – North Korea and the US – are represented in the South Korean press. A corpus based study of representation of foreign countries in the South Korean Press Bang, Minhee ().
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A corpus-based approach to transitivity analysis at grammatical and conceptual levels. A case study of South Korean newspaper discourse. The paper aims to demonstrate the usefulness of a novel corpus-based approach to analyzing Halliday’s transitivity for application to.
Corpus investigation techniques are used with a corpus comprising articles from the on-line English versions of three Korean newspapers: the Korea Herald, the Korea Times, and the Chosun Ilbo.
The corpus is half a million words and Wordsmith Tools has been used as a main analysis : Minhee Bang. Combining critical discourse analysis and corpus linguistics to examine discourses of refugees and asylum seekers in the UK press.
Corpus based study of representation of foreign countries in the South Korean : Minhee Bang. North Korea, South Korea. The study is part of an ongoing thesis project, which looks at the representation of foreign countries in a 40 million-word corpus of foreign news reports taken from the two major US newspapers, the New York Times and the Washington Post between the year and The concordancing package used.
A case study of the foreign cultures represented in two English language textbooks used by Hong Kong secondary schools was conducted. Its aim was to investigate whether the representation of foreign cultures in these textbooks reflected the status of Cited by: "Research completed June " Supercedes the ed.
of South Korea: a country study, edited by Frederica M. Bunge and prepared by Foreign Area Studies, American University.
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Abstract. This article introduces a systemic way to analyse translation products, based on a personally built sentence level tagged corpus, and it describes frequent translation change patterns, both qualitatively and quantitatively, with a case of spokesperson’s press briefings of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, South Korea.
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This study therefore will investigate constructions of a national image of China in news genre by using a corpus-based approach. This study involved the construction of a translational corpus consisting of both the English ST corpus and the Korean translated text (TT) corpus, both designed using the same criteria and by: 9.
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Bang, M () A corpus based study of representation of foreign countries in the South Korean press. MPhil dissertation, University of Birmingham, UK.
Bang, M () Representation of foreign countries in the US press: A corpus study. PhD thesis, University of Birmingham, UK. BBC () US sanctions against Cuba by:. Morpho-Syntactic Patterns in Spoken Korean English presents fundamental research on the use of English by South Korean speakers.
Despite the extraordinary and vibrant status of the English language in South Korean society (demonstrated, for example, by the notion of English Fever), research on the forms of English in the South Korean context has been sadly neglected in the study of World Pages: South Korea: A Country Study.
Washington: GPO for the Library of Congress, Acknowledgments Preface. History Origins of the Korean Nation The Three Kingdoms Period The Evolution of Korean Society The Choson Dynasty Characteristics of Society Under the Dynasties Korea Under Japanese Rule World War II and Korea.South Korea: a country study "Research completed June " Supercedes the ed.
of South Korea: a country study, edited by Frederica M. Bunge and prepared by Foreign Area Studies, American University. Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.