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Linguistic Recycling: The process of quoting in increasingly mediatized settings
Edited by Lauri Haapanen and Daniel Perrin
[AILA Review 33] 2020
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Quoting to persuade
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Data sources

Sample A.Opinion authors and newspaper references

US financial texts
WSJ1 O’Driscoll Jr., G. P. (2008, November 17). To prevent bubbles, restrain the Fed. The Wall Street Journal, p. A19. Retrieved from http://​www​.wsj​.com​/articles​/SB122688652214032407
WSJ2 Shelton, J. (2008, September 30). Loose money and the roots of the crisis. The Wall Street Journal, p. A19. Retrieved from http://​www​.wsj​.com​/articles​/SB122273029076687929
US general texts
NYT1 Ehrenreich, B. (2008, September 23[online], September 24 [print]). The power of negative thinking. The New York Times, p. A27. Retrieved from http://​www​.nytimes​.com​/2008​/09​/24​/opinion​/24ehrenreich​.html​?_r​=0
NYT2 Krugman, P. (2008, November 27 [online], November 28 [print]). Lest we forget. The New York Times, p. A43. Retrieved from http://​www​.nytimes​.com​/2008​/11​/28​/opinion​/28​/krugman​.html
UK financial texts
FT1 Augar, P. (2008, September 28 [online], September 29 [print]). The Big Bang model that blew up in our faces. Financial Times, p. 17. Retrieved from http://​www​.ft​.com​/intl​/cms​/s​/0​/247923f8​-8d8e​-11dd​-83d5​-0000779fd18c​.html#axzz40CSkwc5o
FT2 Davies, H. (2008, September 30 [online], October 1 [print]). New banking rules: tread carefully. Financial Times, p. 17. Retrieved from http://​www​.ft​.com​/intl​/cms​/s​/0​/87ed9bda​-8f0a​-11dd​-946c​-0000779fd18c​.html#axzz40CSkwc5o
UK general texts
Ind1 Fox, C. (2008, October 27). Not, please, in Marx’s name. The Independent, p. 37. Retrieved from Factiva database. Document IND0000020081027e4ar0001qGoogle Scholar
Ind2 Lott, T. (2008, October 12). Don’t blame this all on the greedy City [print title]. The Independent, p. 40. Retrieved from Factiva database. Document INDOS00020081012e4ac 0002lGoogle Scholar
Australian financial texts
AFR1 Christensen, M. (2008, November 22). Uncertainty… it’s something we should count on. The Australian Financial Review, p. 63. Retrieved from Factiva database. Document AFNR000020111231e4bm00q0hGoogle Scholar
AFR2 Hewson, J. (2008, November 21). Make our banks play fair. The Australian Financial Review, p. 74. Retrieved from Factiva database. Document AFNR000020111231e4bl00q2sGoogle Scholar
AFR3 Hughes, B. (2008, September 22). Business cycles shudder to a halt. The Australian Financial Review, p. 71. Retrieved from Factiva database. Document AFNR000020111231e49m00uo1Google Scholar
Australian general texts
SMH1 Devine, M. (2008) Cash-machine Kev to the rescue. The Sydney Morning Herald, p. 17. Retrieved from http://​www​.smh​.com​.au​/news​/opinion​/cashmachine​-kev​-to​-the​-rescue​/2008​/12​/10​/1228584922978​.html
SMH2 Henderson, G. (2008) Do-gooders helped make the mess. The Sydney Morning Herald, p. 13. Retrieved from http://​www​.smh​.com​.au​/news​/opinion​/gerard​-henderson​/gerard​-henderson​/2008​/10​/06​/1223145255826​.html​?page​=2

Sample B.Written interview responses

OA1 Mark Christensen (November 7 2018)Google Scholar
OA2 Paul Krugman (November 15 2018)Google Scholar
OA3 Gerard Henderson (October 31 2018)Google Scholar