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In the chapter, we investigate how Weibo users condemned the lockdown escapees. In particular, we examine the use of the predominant metaphors deployed to portray the Wuhan lockdown escapees and discuss how these metaphors contribute to their discursive representations. The findings will advance our understanding of how lockdown escapees were collaboratively stigmatized on the Internet, even though they were struggling to make life choices amid the Covid-19 crisis.
|Title of host publication||Pandemic and Crisis Discourse : Communicating COVID-19 and Public Health Strategy|
|Editors||Andreas MUSOLFF, Ruth BREEZE, Kayo KONDO, Sara VILAR-LLUCH|
|Publisher||Bloomsbury Publishing Plc|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 10 Mar 2022|
Bibliographical noteThis research is supported by Faculty Research Grant (#101884) of Lingnan University.
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The Covid-19 Crisis: A Discourse-analytic Study
1/11/20 → 15/08/21
Project: Grant Research