Jane Lugea. 2016. World Building in Spanish and English Spoken Narratives

  • Laura Filardo-Llamas Universidad de Valladolid

Abstract

Book review

Author Biography

Laura Filardo-Llamas, Universidad de Valladolid
Laura Filardo-Llamas lectures in English at the University of Valladolid, Spain. Her main research area is discourse analysis and conflict resolution, applied particularly to ethno-nationalist conflicts and domestic violence. Some of her publications can be found in Ethnopolitics, Peace and Conflict Studies, CADAAD Journal and Critical Discourse Studies.

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Filardo-Llamas, Laura. 2015. “Re-contextualizing Political Discourse. An Analysis of Shifting Spaces in Songs used as a Political Tool.” Critical Discourse Studies 12 (3): 279-296.

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Published
2017-12-19
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