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Majid KhosraviNik is a lecturer in Media and Discourse Studies at Newcastle University, UK. He works at the intersection of communication studies, discourse analysis and media studies. KhosraviNik is a co-founder of Newcastle Critical Discourse Group.
KhosraviNik received his PhD from Lancaster University, Lancaster, under the supervision of Ruth Wodak, a leading scholar of the field. He was part of RASIM, an ESRC funded research project, which explored the representation of migrants in the British press. The project applied a combination of Corpus Linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis and resulted in several publications on immigration discourses in British press.KhosraviNik's work has addressed both theory and methodology of Critical Discourse Analysis. He has carried out a major research on identity constructions within discourses around Iran's nuclear programme which was published in 2015.  Since 2013, he has been working on application of a CDS approach to digital spaces of communication on participatory web. His current work is on a model called Social Media-Critical Discourse Studies (SM-CDS) which examines adaptations of central CDS notions, e.g. representation discourse and audience.