UNESCO Chair, Cultural Diversity and Social Justice Intern Neda Salahshoor gave a seminar on critical analysis of media discourse
This presentation looked at two complementary methods for critically analysing media discourse to better understand the discursive representation of migrants.
Dr Salahshoor spoke to a full room at the Burwood Corporate Centre on the 31st January 2018.
Dr Neda Salahshour is a researcher, community leader and manager at the Multicultural Learning Support Service in Wellington, New Zealand. She recently completed her doctoral degree in the field of linguistics and applied language studies at Victoria University of Wellington. Her main research interests include using corpus and qualitative techniques to investigate the representation of migrant communities within mainstream media. Neda is currently collaborating with Deakin University and the UNESCO chair on a comparative study relating to intercultural understanding in schools across New Zealand and Australia.