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   2.b. Pragmática y análisis del discurso oral y escrito

  • Alonso Belmonte, I. y Porto Requejo, D. (2020): “Multimodal Framing Devices in European Online News”, Language and Communication, 71: 55-71https://doi.org/10.1016/j.langcom.2019.12.001
  • Fernández Martín, P. (2019): "La deixis personal en algunas cartas de Rosalía de Castro y Emilia Pardo Bazán desde la gramática funcional del discurso", Madrygal. Revista de Estudios Gallegos, 22, 135-159. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5209/madr.66856
  • Alonso Belmonte, Isabel, y McCabe, Anne (2019): "Challenging the concept of pure objectivity in British and Spanish hard news reports: the case of the Second Lebanon War", en Carmen Sancho Guinda (Ed.) Engagement in Professional Genres: Disclosure and Deference. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 67-85. 
  • Alonso Belmonte, I. (2019): "Victims, Heroes and Villains in Newsbites: A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Spanish Eviction Crisis in El País", en Laura Alba Juez y Lachlan Mackenzie (Eds.). Emotions in discourse. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 335-355.
  • Alonso Belmonte, I. (2018): "Digital storytelling and the art of the emotional appeal: the case of Despite My Fears" en A. García y M. Díez (eds.): Exploring evaluative, emotive and persuasive strategies in discourse. English in the World Series. Valencia: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Valencia.
  • Molina, S. & Alonso Belmonte, I. (2016). "The construction of meaning in multimodal discourse. A digital story as a case study". In Manuela Romano and Mª Dolores Porto (Eds.), Exploring Discourse Strategies in Social and Cognitive Interaction: Multimodal and Cross-Linguistic Perspectives. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, pp. 111-135.
  • Porto, D. & Alonso Belmonte, I. (2016). "Genres and Online Newspapers: Newsbites from a Socio-cognitive Perspective". In Ninke Stukker, Wilbert Spooren and Gerard Steen (Eds.), Genre in Language, Discourse and Cognition.Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 277-302.
  • Alonso Belmonte, I., Chornet, D. & McCabe, A. (2013). Ideological Stances in Internet Users' Discursive Construction of Immigration, Race and Racism: An Online Newspaper Case Study. En M. Lirola (Ed.), Discourses On Immigration In Times Of Economic Crisis: A Critical Perspective (pp. 59-85). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar Publishing.
  • Alonso Belmonte, I., Porto, D. & Molina, S. (2013). Multimodal digital storytelling: Integrating information, emotion and social cognition. En M. J. Pinar Sanz (Ed.), The Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics. Multimodality and Cognitive Linguistics. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins.
  • Alonso Belmonte, I. (2012). I feel as if I were a real teacher: an analysis of EFL student teachers' evaluative discourse through Appraisal theory. En M. Hernández and M. J. González (Eds.), Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses. Evaluative Uses of Language: The Appraisal Framework (pp. 13-27). Universidad de La Laguna.
  • Maddalena, A. y Alonso Belmonte, I. (2011). Unveiling the writer-reader interaction in Peninsular Spanish and American English newspaper editorials: A cross linguistic study. Journal of Pragmatics, 43(3), 891-903.
  • Alonso Belmonte, I. (2011). Towards a cross linguistic characterization of newspaper editorials: a methodological proposal. En B. Clavel y S. Maruenda (Eds.), Multiple Voices in Academic and Professional Discourse: Current Issues in Specialised Language Research, Teaching and New Technologies (pp. 69-81). Cambridge: Scholar Publishing.
  • Alonso Belmonte, I., McCabe, A. y D. Chornet Roses (2011). En sus propias palabras: la construcción de la imagen del inmigrante en la prensa española. Discurso & Sociedad, 5(3), 547-568.
  • Alonso Belmonte, I., McCabe, A. y Chornet Roses, D. (2010). In their own words: the construction of the image of the immigrant in Peninsular Spanish broadsheets and freesheets. Discourse & Communication 4(3), 1-16.
  • Torres Zúñiga, L. (2010). Goffman meets Lacan: A Reconsideration of Face from a Postmodern Perspective. En M. Falces Sierra et al. (Eds.), Para, Por y Sobre Luis Quereda (pp. 469-482). Granada: Universidad de Granada. 
  • Alonso Belmonte, I. (2009). Towards a genre based characterization of the problem solution textual pattern in English newspaper editorials and op-eds .Text & Talk, An Interdisciplinary Journal of Language, Discourse & Communication Studies, 29(4), 393-414.
  • Alonso Belmonte, I. (2009). Positioning the reader: a study on the use of interactive textual patterns in English written newspaper editorials and articles of opinion. English Text Construction, 2(1), 48-69.
  • Alonso Belmonte, I. (2007). Newspaper editorials and comment articles: A Cinderella genre? En I. Alonso (Coord.), Different Approaches to Newspaper Opinion Journalism (pp. 1-10). RAEL, Revista Electrónica de Lingüística Aplicada.
  • Alonso Belmonte, I. (Coord.) (2007). Different approaches to Newspaper Opinion Discourse. Special issue of RÆL-REVISTæLECTRÓNICA DE LINGÜÍSTICA APLICADA, Asociación Española de Lingüística Aplicada (AESLA). http://www.aesla.uji.es/rael
  • Alonso Belmonte, I. (2007). The construction of public opinion in American editorials and opinion pieces: the case of the USA TODAY. En J. M. Bernardo, G. López y P. Sancho (Eds.), Critical Discourse Analysis of Media Texts, LynX, A Monographic Series in Linguistics and World Perception (pp. 111-127). Valencia: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Valencia.
  • Alonso Belmonte, I. (2006). Strategic distribution of illocutionary acts in argumentative written discourse: the case of USA TODAY opinion pieces and editorials. En M. Carretero et al. (Eds.), A Pleasure of Life in Words: A Festschrift for Angela Downing (pp. 421-443). Madrid: CERSA.

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