The network comparative discourse studies connects researchers and lecturers who are interested in discourse analysis and comparative issues. We are focused on language-related discourse analysis, i.e., how language use generates collectively shared knowledge orders and positionings in societies. Comparative discourse analysis aims at comparing discourses as conditions, mechanisms, and objects. It addresses questions such as:
What are the comparative dimensions to be considered in intralingual discourse analyses?
Which research designs are suitable for interlingual comparisons?
How is it possible to reflect on comparison as an epistemological process?
To what extent is doing comparison dependent on given discursive conditions?
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