Dr Marthinus Conradie
Position
Senior Lecturer
Department
English
Address
9B 219
ENGLISH
IB 28
Telephone
051 4013627
Office
Flippie Groenewoud Building: Block B 219
Information

Short CV
Publications

Publications (Short List)


18

Conradie, MS & Brokensha, SI

2014

“I was amazed that there were still people like this”: First-year students’ reflections on experiences of racial discrimination at the University of the Free State.

Transformation: Critical Perspectives on Southern Africa. (IBSS)

84: 81-105.

17

Conradie, MS

2014

We get you: Combining proximisation and the coordinated management of meaning approach to analyse legitimisation in a text on HIV and Aids.

African Identities. (IBSS)

 

16

Conradie, MS

2013

Reason-tickle patterns in intertextual print advertising.

Language Matters.

(ISI)

 

Special issue on Language in the South African Media edited by Professor Tommasso Milani

44(2):

5-28.

15

Conradie, MS

2013

A critical discourse analysis of race and gender in advertisements in the South African in-flight magazine Indwe.

African Identities.

(IBSS)

11(1):

3-18.

14

Conradie, MS

2013

Signposting the inferencing route: A relevance theoretic analysis of intertextuality and metaphors in print advertising

Acta Academica.

45(2): 122-149.

13

Conradie, MS

2013

“Oh, now I get it...”: Comic dupe irony in print advertising

Acta Academica.

45(3): 1-29.

12

Conradie, MS

2013

Lingual primitives and critical discourse analysis: A case study of gender ideology in Cosmopolitan

Acta Academica.

45(1):

1-25.



11

Conradie, MS

2013

The commercial value of history: A relevance theoretic analysis of historical signs in print ads.

Language Matters.

(ISI)

44(1): 164-178.

10

Conradie, MS

2012

Anonymous vs. acknowledged intertexts: A relevance theoretic approach to intertextuality in print advertising.

Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies.

(ISI)

30(3): 293-310.

 

9

Conradie, MS

2012

Co-constructing knowledge in news interviews: An application of Hardy and Palmer’s (1998) discourse model.

Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies.

(ISI)

30(4): 497-509.

8

Conradie, MS

 

Brokensha, SI

and

Pretorius, M

2012

No small irony: A discourse analysis of Zapiro’s 2010 World Cup cartoons.

Language Matters.

(ISI)

43(1): 39-59.

7

Conradie, MS

2011

Constructing femininity: A critical discourse analysis of Cosmo.

Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies.

(ISI)

29(4): 401-417.

6

Conradie, MS

2011

Masculine sexuality: A critical discourse analysis of FHM.

Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies.

(ISI)

29(2): 167-185.

5

Conradie, MS

2011

The 2010 FIFA World Cup as a commercial platform in print advertising.

African Identities.

(IBSS)

 

Special issue: Ways with Soccer in Africa, edited by Professors Robert Muponde and Adebe Zegeye.

9(3): 291-305.

4

Conradie, MS

2010

Instructional and regulative discourse in language tutorials.

Journal for Language Teaching.

44(2):

7-21.

3

Conradie, MS

and

Brokensha SI

2009

Is synchronous computer-mediated-communication a viable instructional mode in the language classroom? A facilitator and learner perspective.

Journal for Language Teaching.

43(1): 40-52.

2

Conradie, MS

2009

Scaffolding an intervention for essay writing.

Journal for Language Teaching.

43(2): 37-49.

1

Conradie, MS

2009

Face-to-face and synchronous chat as learning tools in tutorial classes.

Journal for Language Teaching.

43(1): 67-82.

 

Area(s) of Interest

Pragmatics (especially relevance theory) - Wilson and Sperber`s model for inferential pragmatics: this constitutes an attempt to uncover how hearers/readers are able to arrive at a speaker/author`s intended meaning on the basis of the principle of relevance.

Discourse Analysis - An analysis of language beyond the sentence

Conversation Analysis - Analyses of the sequential organisation of turn-taking

Critical discourse analysis

Critical race theory

Courses Presented

ENG114: The English language: academic discourse and usage; An introduction to the novel and short fiction

ENG324: Sociolinguistic approaches: theory and application; Prose fiction and an introduction to literary theory

ENG6808: English pragmatics and the language professions; Research methodology and research essay in linguistics

FACULTY CONTACT

T: +27 51 401 2240 or humanities@ufs.ac.za

Postgraduate:
Marizanne Cloete: +27 51 401 2592

Undergraduate:
Katlego Mabulana: +27 51 401 2495
Juanita Hlongwane: +27 51 401 3269

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