CADAAD Journal is an international, peer-reviewed, journal for the critical study of discourse. Its primary aim is to publish research which highlights, develops or challenges frameworks for understanding the role that structures of discourse play in constructing and sustaining social situations, identities and relations. The journal is fully open access.
Edited by:
Charlotte Taylor, University of Sussex, UK
Bertie Kaal, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
We are currently welcoming submissions. If you are interested in submitting a paper, please read our submission instructions. If you are interested in proposing a special issue, please contact the editors.

Current Issue:

Volume 11(2) 2019

Women in Business Media: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Representations of Women in Forbes, Fortune and Bloomberg Businessweek, 2015-2017
| Pages 1-26 | Kate Power, Lucy Rak & Marianne Kim


“Br…Exit”. A Diatextual Analysis of Public Discourse on Migrant Italian Talents
| Pages 27-40 | Concetta Papapicco & Guiseppe Mininni


Linguistic-Pragmatic Means of Filling-in Ontological Lacunas in Blog Texts of Post-Maidan Ukraine
| Pages 41-65 | Yaroslava Sazonova


Co-Creation Domesticated: How Municipality Employees Recontextualize and Operationalize Principles of Co-Creation in the Pursuit of Green Transition
| Pages 66-83 | Anders Horsbøl


Translating the Leap Programme in Ghana: A Critical Discourse Study of Power and Gendered Discourses
| Page 84-124 | Dennis Puorideme


Language Ideology within Shifting Political Ideology: A Critical Discourse Study of Taiwan’s Plans for Indigenous Language Revitalization
| Page 125-144 | Chien Ju Ting


Nuclearism: Media Discourse, Image-Schemata, and The Cold War
| Page 145-168 | Celeste Moreno Palmero


The Beginning of ‘the Age of Austerity’: A Critical Stylistic Analysis of David Camerson’s 2009 Spring Conference Speech
| Page 169-186 | Matthew Evans & Brian Walker


LGBT* People in the Speeches of Italian and British PMs: A Corpus-Assisted Critical Discourse Analysis
| Page 187-212 | Carmen Serena Santonocito


Core Values in Public Administration: Tools for Openness and Democracy?
| Page 213-234 | Catharina Nyström Höög


Book Review
| Page 235-238 | Theo Van Leeuwen

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ISSN: 1752-3079

Frequency: Biannual