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  • Authors: Trần, Thị Vân Thùy (2015)

  • Power relations exist between social groups, institutions, women and men, young and old, ethnic groups, etc. In mass media discourses, they exist between authors and viewers, listeners or readers. Besides, it is said that power relations are always relations of struggle – the term which, according Norman Fairclough [1], is used in a technical sense to refer to the process whereby social groups with different interests engage with one another. If applying Fairclough’s view to the case of CNN commentaries which are used in our investigation, media discourses can be seen as sites where text producers exercise their power through well-written language; and thus, they should be involved in...

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  • Authors: Trần, Thị Vân Thùy (2015)

  • Power relations exist between social groups, institutions, women and men, young and old, ethnic groups, etc. In mass media discourses, they exist between authors and viewers, listeners or readers. Besides, it is said that power relations are always relations of struggle – the term which, according Norman Fairclough [1], is used in a technical sense to refer to the process whereby social groups with different interests engage with one another. If applying Fairclough’s view to the case of CNN commentaries which are used in our investigation, media discourses can be seen as sites where text producers exercise their power through well-written language; and thus, they should be involved in...