CADAAD Journal is the official journal of the Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines network (CADAAD). This peer-reviewed journal focuses on the critical study of discourse across disciplines. Its primary aim is to publish original research which highlights, develops or challenges approaches and methods for understanding the role of discourse in constructing, sustaining and changing social practices, identities and relations. The journal is fully open access.

General Editors:
Bertie Kaal, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Lise-Lotte Holmgreen, Aalborg University, Denmark
E-mail: cadaadjournal@gmail.com
Review Editors:
Dimitris Serafis, University of Liverpool, UK
Stavros Assimakopoulos, University of Malta, Malta
Email: stavros.assimakopoulos@um.edu.mtserafisdimitris@gmail.com
Copy Editor & Webmaster:
Sofia Pastukhova, Lancaster University, UK

The CADAAD Journal welcomes submissions. If you are interested in submitting a paper, please read more about the journal’s background and note our submission instructions. If you are interested in proposing a Special Issue, please contact the general editors.

Special Issue 16 (1) : Discourses of Covid-19 and the Political, edited by Christiane Barnickel, Elena Dück and Amelie Kutter

Discourses of Covid 19 and the Political. Introduction to the Special Issue
| Pages 1-14 | Christiane Barnickel, Elena Dück & Amelie Kutter | Published: 27/05/24


Essential Workers, Border-Crossing, and Exceptionality During the Covid-19 Pandemic
| Pages 15-31 | Galvão Debelle dos Santos | Published: 27/05/24


Special Issue 15 (2): (Critical) Discourse Studies and the (new?) normal. Proceedings of the 9th Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines conference, Bergamo, 2022

Special Issue: (Critical) Discourse Studies and the (new?) normal: Introduction
| Pages 1-3 | Stefania Maci & Mark McGlashan | Published: 05/03/24


Examining Social Stereotypes of Saudi Women in British and Saudi Media: A Comparative Analysis of Newly Obtained Women’s Rights in Driving and Traveling
| Pages 4-22 | Mashael Ayed Althobiti | Published: 25/04/24


‘Where Others are not able to Safeguard the Rights of Children’: Legitimizing Transformation of Social Identity and Practice in Save the Children Sweden
| Pages 23-41 | Anna Vogel | Published: 10/05/24


Issue 15 (1)

A Critical Analysis of Heteronormative Discourses on Gender and Sexuality in the Jamaican Rock Music Scene
| Pages 1-20 | Nadia Whiteman-Charles | Published: 06/03/23


Migrants, COVID-19, and Italy: A Multimodal Critical Discourse Analysis of the Construction of and Resistance to Nationalist Discourses
| Pages 21-44 | Alessia Barbici-Wagner, Theresa Catalano & Bryan Meadows | Published: 27/04/23


Communicating COVID-19: Accountability and ‘British Common Sense’
| Pages 45-60 | Shani Burke & Mirko A. Demasi | Published: 03/10/23


Macro-Structural Change in Relation to Micro-Discursive Storytelling: Qatari Nationality as a Resource for the Construction of Professional Identity
| Pages 61-85 | Afra Al-Khulaifi & Dorien Van De Mieroop | Published: 09/10/23


National Narration and Organisational Crisis: A Discourse-Mythological Analysis of the Imperial War Museum During the Second World War
| Pages 86-108 | Phillip Deans & Darren Kelsey | Published: 17/01/24


Special Issue – 14 (2)
Introduction: Migration Discourses in Times of Crisis
| Pages i-viii | Dario Del Fante & Charlotte Taylor | Published: 20/03/24


British Media Representations of EU Migrants Before and After the EU Referendum
| Pages 1-20 | Anna Islentyeva | Published: 14/06/23


| Pages 21-40 | Katherine Elizabeth Russo | Published: 19/07/23


| Pages 41-76 | Dario Lucchesi & Andrea Cerase | Published: 17/10/23

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ISSN: 1752-3079

Frequency: Biannual