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7. Media Language 2: Newspapers

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This Media Studies Factsheet looks at the media language used by British Newspapers, both tabloid and broadsheet. It looks at image analysis and language analysis of newspapers, as well as introducing the idea of narrative in the news and provide a glossary of language terminology.

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January 2007

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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