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Title: Hidden messages in news: A comparison of English-language and Chinese-language newspapers that report Sunflower Student Movement in Taiwan
Authors: Chiao, C-H
Huang, J. C
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:應用英語研究所
Keywords: discourse analysis
news discourse
Date: 2017-11
Issue Date: 2018-08-22T07:51:00Z
Publisher: Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines
Abstract: Abstract: This study compared the ideologies of U.S. newspapers and Taiwanese newspapers by
examining how they reported the Sunflower Student Movement (SSM) in Taiwan. Twentyseven
news reports were selected from New York Times, United Daily News (Taiwanese
newspaper written in Chinese), and Focus Taiwan (Taiwanese newspaper written in
English). The results showed that the three newspapers framed the event differently. The
New York Times reported the SSM from a distanced viewpoint, whereas the United Daily
News was explicitly partial to the government by dramatizing the damage and condemning
the violence in the occupation. In contrast with the other two newspapers, Focus Taiwan
seemed implicitly biased toward the government by highlighting the conflicts in the
movement while trying to report the event relatively plainly. Through critical discourse
analysis, this study highlights how newspapers reconstructed the event differently with
underlying ideologies.
Relation: 9(1) pp.27-44
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/49886
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