BreMM19 | Interactive Poster Session

Adam Cherkaoui | Bremen University
Cohesion in video clips

Tamara Drummond | Bremen University
The multimodal analysis of gender representations in TV series

Munise Betul Kandiraz | Bremen University
An Empirical Approach To Death Note: The Cohesive Chain Of Light

Jiaping Kang | Xi’an International Studies University
Discourse Analysis of Chinese and American Tourist Brochures: A Multimodal Corpus Study

Marina Kornelaki & Selen Baba | Bremen University
A multimodal discourse analysis of posters for the horror movie genre

Bing Liu | Chongqing University
A Multimodal Analysis on the Effectiveness of English for Academic Communication course

Larysa Makaruk | Lesya Ukrainka Eastern European National University
Multimodal Syntactic Constructions as a New Pattern of Communication in Modern English

Katerina Marshfield | TU Braunschweig
Writing and speech in English as narrative evaluative devices in contemporary documentary film in Uganda. A multimodal analysis of “crosscultural” differences

Claudia Rosindale | Bremen University
Multimodality in fan-made music videos and the need for background knowledge

Gina Torres | Universidad de Costa Rica
Multimodal Analysis of Discourses on Disability in the Advertisements of the Costa Rican Print Media

Leandra Thiele & Hande Akin | Bremen University
Explanation Videos – how do they work; do they work?

Tram Thanh Tran | Bremen University
Fourth Wall Breaking Across Media – ANALYSING FOURTH WALL BREAKS USING DEADPOOL

Anumudu Kenneth Uzoma and Suleiman Hassan | Kaduna Polytechnic
Multimodality and Meaning Making: A Multimodal Analysis of HIV/AIDS Campaign Texts In Kaduna State, Northern Nigeria

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