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What Choice Risk And Responsibilisation In Cvd Policy (2019)
Journal Article
Hutchison, J., & Holdsworth, J. (in press). What Choice Risk And Responsibilisation In Cvd Policy. Health,

Employing a policy-as-discourse approach, we explore how the language of choice, risk and responsibilisation influences cardiovascular disease policy. We analyse four key pieces of public health literature produced in the UK between 1999 and 2013 tha... Read More

A Reader-Response Study of the Relationship between the Wayuu Peoples and Gabriel García Márquez's Literature: The Influence of Ethno-education on Language Use and Narratives of Identity in an Indigenous Bilingual Context (2019)
Journal Article
McAleer, P. (2019). A Reader-Response Study of the Relationship between the Wayuu Peoples and Gabriel García Márquez's Literature: The Influence of Ethno-education on Language Use and Narratives of Identity in an Indigenous Bilingual Context. The Modern language review, 114(1), 79-102. https://doi.org/10.5699/modelangrevi.114.1.0079

Gabriel García Márquez's literature shares a number of aspects with the cultural and literary traditions of the indigenous Wayuu of Colombia: e.g. symbols of death, the afterlife, dreams, and divination. This article examines the results of a reader-... Read More

Fictionality and tourism in the construction of National Images. Studies on Japanese anime representations of Spain (Poster) (2017)
Presentation / Conference
Hernández-Pérez, M. (2017, December). Fictionality and tourism in the construction of National Images. Studies on Japanese anime representations of Spain (Poster). Paper presented at XII CONGRESO NACIONAL Y III CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE LA ASOCIACIÓN DE ESTUDIOS JAPONESES EN ESPAÑA (AEJE) 2016 TEMA: “El turismo como vía de conocimiento y desarrollo”, Universidad Complutense de Madrid: Madrid (Spain)

PROPOSAL PRESENTED It is a fact that one of the biggest attractions of modern Japanese culture lies in its immense, outstanding cultural capital. In recent years, the fascination that Japan has on our collective imagination has been stimulated, even... Read More