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Constructing National Identity in Men vs Women's Magazines: A Case Study from the USA
National identity plays an important role in defining many people's attitude towards reality. Its representation has remained under the radar within the field of linguistics for decades, while being investigated in a number of different genres, from political speeches to advertisement; in this regard, however, a gap can be found when it comes to magazines. This study focuses on US national context and seeks to reveal how a range of discursive devices—including lexical, syntactic anddoi:10.13136/2281-4582/2021.i17.1001 fatcat:vh3nxpotm5bfbdvu5q2fjljwgm