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A tendency for public discourse to resemble the discursive practices of everyday life (Fairclough). This more conversational style is marked by a shift towards informality. It has been particularly associated with presentational and interview styles in broadcast media but has also been identified in unmediated professional discourse.

Subjects: Media Studies.

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