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Chonglong Gu
University of Manchester
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    Mediating ‘Face’ in Triadic Political Communication: A CDA Analysis of Press Conference Interpreters’ Discursive (Re)Construction of Chinese Government’s Image.Chonglong Gu - 2018 - Critical Discourse Studies 16 (2):201-221.
    ABSTRACTThe pragmatist reform and opening-up in 1978 has revolutionised the way China communicates internally and engages with the outside world. Firmly embedded within this broader historical context, the interpreter-mediated and televised Premier-Meets-the-Press conferences are a high-profile institutional event in China. At this discursive event, the Chinese premier – ranked second in China’s political hierarchy – is put in the international media limelight, answering journalists’ questions on a range of topics. The section involving the interpreters’ rendering of journalists’ questions is triadic (...)
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    Re-)Voicing Beijing’s Discourse Through Self-Referentiality: A Corpus-Based CDA Analysis of Government Interpreters’ Discursive Mediation at China’s Political Press Conferences (1998–2017.Chonglong Gu & Rebecca Tipton - 2020 - Perspectives 28 (3):406-423.
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    Making Way in Corpus-Based Interpreting Studies.Chonglong Gu - 2019 - Perspectives 27 (6):943-946.
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