Conference

Communication and Identity

University of Monastir, Tunisia
The Higher Institute of Applied Languages, Moknine


                                                                                                        Call for Papers


                                                                         The International Conference of the English Department


                                                                                               Communication and Identity

Advancing Critical Policy Discourse Analysis Section - European Consortium for Political Research

Abstract

This Section seeks to bring together scholars using critical text and discourse analytical approaches in the study of policy and politics. Section Chairs are particularly interested in exploring:

• how policies are constituted and contested

• how critical discourse approaches can enable better understanding of policy formation

• whether critical discourse approaches lead to better policy or better policy making processes

• how to approach to the role of ideology in critical discourse analysis.

Advances in Critical Policy Discourse Analysis

We organize a session on Advances in Critical Policy Discourse Analysis at the ECPR conference with room for 10 panels with 3-5 sessions each. Please find all information through the link below. 

The conference is held at Charles University, Prague (4-8 September 2023).

We look  forward to receiving proposals from this community! You'll find all relevant information by clicking the link below. 

 

Any questions? n.montesanomontessori@gmail.com 

Panel "Social media discourse" at DNC5-ALED congress at Valencia July 25-28 2023

Dear colleagues and friends,

I would like to remind you that you may now apply for the DNC5-ALED congress “Discourses and their impacts on a world of multiple crises”. DNC5-ALED is a major event in Discourse Studies and and it will take place on 25-28 July 2023 at Valencia University, Spain. You may send abstracts for either the general sessions or one of the 24 thematic sessions by November 30, 2022.