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Analysis of Parts-of-Speech Distribution and Omission Patterns in The New York Times and The Guardian
International Journal of Linguistics
News style is characterised by the use of various techniques and features that deviate from normal speech. Newspaper headlines, in particular, include a number of features in order to fulfil their function, which is to provide a brief and clear summary of the main story that arouses the curiosity of the audience. The current study analyses a corpus of 200 headlines taken from one American and one British online newspaper, namely The New York Times and The Guardian respectively, and focuses ondoi:10.5296/ijl.v10i3.13066 fatcat:dbpthxbfofaz7kup5i43i6ie2q