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Celine Germond-Duret

a ‘frozen’ lifestyle, while they do not necessarily conceive themselves in a static manner. 35 3. Victimisation, Resistance and the Contribution of Discourse Analysis Despite the threats they face, indigenous peoples should not all be conceived as totally powerless, since their mobilisation

Timo Kivimäki

, it reconstructs discursive processes, but tackles discourse analysis in an empirically responsible manner. According to Kivimäki, 24 protection has failed to reduce violence and state fragility, and this must be partly related to the fact that cosmopolitan justifications that make interventions

Daniella Bendo and Richard C. Mitchell

Canadian Council of Child and Youth Advocates), offered to act as gatekeeper with invitations to attend his Toronto office, and subsequent introductions to key informants – convenience sampling being the ideal procedure given strict timelines. Additional procedures included a “critical discourse analysis

Anette Faye Jacobsen

precedent. The Grand Chamber judgment of the Neulinger case has been fiercely debated. From a discourse analysis perspective there are remarkable differences in views on the case among representatives of the human rights community, including child rights advocates, on the one hand, and specialists in

Morgan Schofer

has arisen in the United States in the decade since 11 September 2001. Working from a constructivist point of view that sets out a normative framework for the respect of and adherence to human rights, I use framing, discourse analysis and public-opinion data to examine human rights post 9/11. Using

Ari Varon

and the degree to which these affect their identity. 1 Using comparative discourse analysis (CDA), the present study discusses a spectrum of perspectives and opinions on how Muslims in Europe attempt to incorporate, integrate, and adhere to Islamic and European values. The study outlines the

Reem Doukmak

Reem Doukmak was born in Syria and studied English literature at al-Baath University. In 2007 she completed her Master’s degree at the University of Warwick. With the help of cara she continued her studies at Warwick where she is now starting her academic career. Her work investigates how the right pedagogic interventions can help children in refugee camps. The use of drama plays a key role in her research and feeds into broader questions surrounding self-representation and agency. These are among the vital issues The Journal of Interrupted Studies has also sought to explore. We were lucky to engage Reem on her research and its implications for addressing the problematic discourses that surround refugees and yet neglect to include their voice.

Rhonda Stock and Sonja C. Grover

engaged for the purpose of promoting critical reflection in an anti-oppressive education framework. Literature review pertaining to discourse analysis This thesis research is a summary of my journey into a socio-political analysis of critical reflection, human rights and anti-oppressive practice

Daniella Bendo and Richard C. Mitchell

– convenience sampling being the ideal procedure given strict timelines. Additional procedures included a “critical discourse analysis” with a large dataset comprised of statutory frameworks, policy documents and traditional and electronic media texts. Building upon a pilot study by Bendo (2015; in press

Elisabeth Martin

. - isbn : 978-3-86649-409-1. Albania Kajsiu Blendi : A discourse analysis of corruption : instituting neoliberalism against corruption in Albania, 1998 - 2005 / Kajsiu Blendi . - Farnham [u.a.] : Ashgate , 2014 . - XII, 207 S. : graph. Darst. - isbn : 978-1-4724-3130-1 - (Southeast