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From burden to threat: A diachronic study of language ideology and migrant representation in the British press

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From burden to threat : A diachronic study of language ideology and migrant representation in the British press. / Brookes, Gavin; Wright, David.

Corpora and the Changing Society: Studies in the Evolution of English. ed. / Paula Rautionaho; Arja Nurmi ; Juhani Klemola. Amsterdam : John Benjamins, 2020. p. 113–140 (Studies in Corpus Linguistics ; Vol. 96).

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Brookes, G & Wright, D 2020, From burden to threat: A diachronic study of language ideology and migrant representation in the British press. in P Rautionaho, A Nurmi & J Klemola (eds), Corpora and the Changing Society: Studies in the Evolution of English. Studies in Corpus Linguistics , vol. 96, John Benjamins, Amsterdam, pp. 113–140. https://doi.org/10.1075/scl.96.05bro

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Brookes, G., & Wright, D. (2020). From burden to threat: A diachronic study of language ideology and migrant representation in the British press. In P. Rautionaho, A. Nurmi , & J. Klemola (Eds.), Corpora and the Changing Society: Studies in the Evolution of English (pp. 113–140). (Studies in Corpus Linguistics ; Vol. 96). John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/scl.96.05bro

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Brookes G, Wright D. From burden to threat: A diachronic study of language ideology and migrant representation in the British press. In Rautionaho P, Nurmi A, Klemola J, editors, Corpora and the Changing Society: Studies in the Evolution of English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 2020. p. 113–140. (Studies in Corpus Linguistics ). https://doi.org/10.1075/scl.96.05bro

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Brookes, Gavin ; Wright, David. / From burden to threat : A diachronic study of language ideology and migrant representation in the British press. Corpora and the Changing Society: Studies in the Evolution of English. editor / Paula Rautionaho ; Arja Nurmi ; Juhani Klemola. Amsterdam : John Benjamins, 2020. pp. 113–140 (Studies in Corpus Linguistics ).

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