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Your Bibliography: Allan, K., Bradshaw, J., Finch, G., Burridge, K. and Heydon, G., 2010. The english language and linguistics companion. 1st ed. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, p.153.
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Your Bibliography: Clark, K., 1992. The Linguistics of Blame. Language, Text, and Context: Essays in Stylistics, pp.214-221.
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Your Bibliography: Edwards, A., 1987. Male Violence in Feminist Theory: an Analysis of the Changing Conceptions of Sex/Gender Violence and Male Dominance. Women, Violence, and Social Control, pp.13-24.
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Your Bibliography: Edwards, S., 1987. 'Provoking Her Own Demise': From Common Assault to Homicide. pp.156-161.
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Your Bibliography: Evans, H., 2022. Names and faces of London women killed at hands of a man in 2021. [online] MyLondon. Available at: <https://www.mylondon.news/news/zone-1-news/names-faces-london-women-killed-22570595>.
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Your Bibliography: Fairclough, N., 1995. Media discourse. London: Edward Arnold, pp.27-55.
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Your Bibliography: Fairclough, N., 2003. Analysing discourse. London: Routledge, p.132.
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Your Bibliography: Gee, J. and Handford, M., 2012. The Routledge handbook of discourse analysis. 1st ed. London: Routledge, pp.174-183.
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Your Bibliography: Gee, J., 2014. An introduction to discourse analysis. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, p.8.
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Your Bibliography: Grierson, J., Murray, J. and Marsh, S., 2021. ‘London streets are safe for women,’ say Met after Sabina Nessa killing. [online] the Guardian. Available at: <https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2021/sep/23/sabina-nessa-thought-killed-on-way-meet-friend-say-police>.
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Your Bibliography: Hardy, J. and Friginal, E., 2021. The Routledge handbook of corpus approaches to discourse analysis. 1st ed. Oxon: Newgen Publishing UK, pp.1-522.
In-text: (Herman and Chomsky, 1994)
Your Bibliography: Herman, E. and Chomsky, N., 1994. Manufacturing consent. 1st ed. London: Vintage, p.48.
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Your Bibliography: Langton, K., 2021. One woman killed every three days by a man - shocking UK statistics revealed. [online] Express.co.uk. Available at: <https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1513026/Femicide-Census-2021-statistics-latest-EVG> [Accessed March 2022].
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Your Bibliography: Machin, D. and Mayr, A., 2015. How to do critical discourse analysis. 2nd ed. Los Angeles: SAGE, pp.2-77.
In-text: (McIntyre and Walker, 2019)
Your Bibliography: McIntyre, D. and Walker, B., 2019. Corpus stylistics. 3rd ed. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp.87-165.
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Your Bibliography: News, S., 2021. Grandmother Eileen Dean, 93, beaten to death with metal walking stick by fellow care home resident. [online] Sky News. Available at: <https://news.sky.com/story/grandmother-eileen-dean-93-beaten-to-death-with-metal-walking-stick-by-fellow-care-home-resident-12460055>.
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Your Bibliography: Ons.gov.uk. 2022. Homicide in England and Wales - Office for National Statistics. [online] Available at: <https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/crimeandjustice/articles/homicideinenglandandwales/yearendingmarch2021> [Accessed March 2022].
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Your Bibliography: Pennick, E., 2021. Man locked up over ‘wicked’ care home killing of 93-year-old widow. [online] The Independent. Available at: <https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/catford-london-met-police-charleston-old-bailey-b1979346.html>.
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Your Bibliography: Resta, S., 1998. Words and social change. The impact of power and ideology on the language of Economics and Law. ASp, (19-22), pp.89-98.
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Your Bibliography: Robertson, L., 2019. 'Crimes of passion' or 'horrific murders'? A corpus-based Critical Discourse Analysis of reporting on domestic and non-domestic violence in The Sydney Morning Herald and The Daily Telegraph. Masters. Unknown.
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Your Bibliography: Smith, K., 2022. 2021. [online] Karen Ingala Smith. Available at: <https://kareningalasmith.com/2021/02/08/2021/>.
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Your Bibliography: Stripe, J., 2022. UK: Femicide – 125 women killed by men March 2021 – 2022 | Human Rights Without Frontiers. [online] Human Rights Without Frontiers |. Available at: <https://hrwf.eu/uk-femicide-125-women-killed-by-men-march-2021-2022/> [Accessed April 2022].
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Your Bibliography: Talbot, M., 1998. Language and gender. 1st ed. Cambridge: Polity Press, pp.149-194.
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Your Bibliography: Thurman, N., Cornia, A. and Kunert, J., 2016. Journalist in the UK. 1st ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, p.9.
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Your Bibliography: Walsh, C., 2001. Gender and discourse. 1st ed. London: Pearson Education, pp.29-59.
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Your Bibliography: Weitz, R., 2003. The Politics of Women's Bodies. 2nd ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, p.3.
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Your Bibliography: Widdowson, H., 2004. Text, context, and pretext. Oxford: Blackwell Pub., pp.89-117.
In-text: (Wilkinson, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Wilkinson, M., 2019. ‘Bisexual oysters’: A diachronic corpus-based critical discourse analysis of bisexual representation in <i>The Times</i> between 1957 and 2017. Discourse & Communication, 13(2), pp.252-254.
In-text: (Wilson and Daly, 2003)
Your Bibliography: Wilson, M. and Daly, M., 2003. Till Death Us Do Part. The Politics of Women's Bodies, pp.257-268.
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Your Bibliography: Wodak, R., 2001. 1 What CDA is about – a summary of its history, important concepts and its developments1. Methods of Critical Discourse Analysis, p.11.
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