Essays about: "Fairclough s three-dimensional model"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 15 essays containing the words Fairclough s three-dimensional model.

  1. 1. Syllabi reforms and their intended impact on English teaching and learning

    University essay from Högskolan Dalarna/Engelska

    Author : Chonghui Li; [2019]
    Keywords : critical discourse analysis; school reforms; communicative competence; individualization; teachers’ roles; curriculum theory; syllabi; ;

    Abstract : This study investigates the development of the subject of English in Swedish upper secondary schools through an analysis of the syllabi in the curricula Lgy 70, Lpf 94 and Lgy 11, with a focus on English teaching and learning. In the last 50 years, the Swedish upper secondary school has undergone three major reforms. READ MORE

  2. 2. ROUTINES AND SOCIAL PRACTICE: A qualitative thesis about the relationship between societal actors and Unaccompanied Minor Asylum Seekers in Sweden

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för globala studier

    Author : Fanny Lundgren; [2018-03-14]
    Keywords : UMAS; Unaccompanied minors; Convention of the Rights of the Child; Mental Health; Critical Discourse; Analysis; Fairclough s three-dimensional model; Social Services; Migration Office; Police; Human Rights;

    Abstract : The purpose of the thesis was to: (1) Investigate if Sweden fails to fulfil the obligations as stated in article 3, 6, 22, 33 – 37 of the CRC (1989) concerning their treatment of UMAS in Sweden; (2) Investigate the perspective on UMAS as presented in the routines of relevant actors; (3) Investigate if there is an underlying discourse which affects the relevant actors; (4) Investigate how Maslows hierarchy of needs can explain that deviations and poor mental health in UMAS is a consequence of flaws within the system.Fairclough’s three-dimensional model was used to investigate if there was any underlying discourse which affected the societal actors and what perspective the relevant societal actors regarding UMAS. READ MORE

  3. 3. Peacebuilding and Transitional Justice in Sub-Saharan Africa’s Post-Conflict Societies: The Role of Traditional Forms of Justice in Post-Civil War Sierra Leone.

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Rättssociologiska institutionen

    Author : Pauline Dupuis; [2018]
    Keywords : Peacebuilding; Transitional Justice; Traditional Justice; Post-Conflict; Sub-Saharan Africa; Sierra Leone; Special Court for Sierra Leone; Truth and Reconciliation Commission; Fambul Tok; Postcolonial Theories of Law; Legal Pluralism; Critical Discourse Analysis; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : The prevalence of violent conflicts over the last few decades has left numerous countries in the need of thorough rebuilding; from Afghanistan to Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Guatemala, Somalia or Rwanda. In order to assist in the recovery of these post-conflict societies, various peacebuilding strategies and transitional justice mechanisms have been implemented by a range of different actors. READ MORE

  4. 4. Unveiling stories in Korean smog : a critical discourse analysis of the air pollution policy of Seoul metropolitan government in Korea

    University essay from Lunds universitet/LUCSUS

    Author : Su Yeong Jo; [2018]
    Keywords : particulate matter; air pollution; South Korea; critical discourse analysis; sustainability science; Social Sciences;

    Abstract : Air pollution caused by highly concentrated particulate matter is recognized as the biggest problem in Korean society. Since the problem is directly related to human life and local people's livelihoods, the demand for fundamental policies rather than short-term measures is growing. READ MORE

  5. 5. Celebrating Privacy Day: The Right to be forgotten and individual Privacy in the digital Age

    University essay from Uppsala universitet/Medier och kommunikation

    Author : Thea Kunz; [2018]
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    Abstract : This thesis explores the current status of privacy in the context of the upcoming implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and, more precisely, focuses on the redefined Right to be forgotten as its most controversial component. Norman Fairclough’s three-dimensional model of critical discourse analysis was deployed to show how the Right to be forgotten is reshaping the privacy discourse in the age of big data, digitalization, surveillance and data driven business. READ MORE