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Sam Browse

Dr Sam Browse BA (Hons), MA, PGCert-LTHE, PhD, FHEA

Senior Lecturer In English Language


I joined the Department of Humanities in June 2015. My research interests lie in political communication, specifically the intersection of political discourse analysis, interactional sociolinguistics, cognitive stylistics, and classical rhetoric. I am most concerned with developing audience or reader-centred approaches to political discourse, asking how it is people resist the ideological messages they hear in political speeches, interviews and debates, or read in newspapers, policy documents and conference motions. To do so, I employ a mixture of ethnographic methods from sociolinguistics alongside methods of textual analysis from discourse analysis and stylistics.

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