Appendix D: Code Book from 2005 Literature Review

1. Publication date for study:

Authors’ institutional affiliation and location:

What type of article is this? (e.g., empirical study, theoretical paper, review of literature, and position paper)

  • 2. How is Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) defined? Use the author’s words to define CDA.
  • 3. What theorists/researchers are cited in reference to CDA?

What mode of language is studied? (spoken, written, interactional)

What theoretical frameworks does the researcher use in the paper? List the theoretical frameworks and cite all theorists referenced.

What theories of language are used? Use the author’s words to describe the theory of language and cite the linguists and discourse analysts the author references.

  • 4. Who are the research population/participants?
  • 5. What is the ethnicity of the research participants if applicable?
  • 6. What is the grade level of the participants if applicable?
  • 7. What is the geographic location of the study?

What is the context of the study? (community agency, newspaper, school)

  • 8. What is the research question?
  • 9. How is learning addressed (intertextuality references)?

How is the analysis conducted? (e.g., what aspects of CDA are used) [Specifically describe the method of conducting CDA]

10. What are the data sources?

  • 11. What is the role of the researcher (e.g., text analysts and participant observer)
  • 12. Is there a theory of learning in the research?
  • 13. What are the noted limitations of the work? [the author’s words J What are critiques of the work?

How does this article relate to other articles?


Appendix E: Code Book from 2016 Literature Review

Analytic Review Template (ART) from 2016 Follow-Up Literature Review

Reviewer Initials:

Date the Review was Complete:

Comments to Reviewers: Use direct quotes and add page numbers. Attempt to capture the terminology /language used. As we synthesize the scholarship, we will be taking direct quotes from each of these categories, across articles in a disciplinary area. Err on the side of more rather than less information in each category. Some of this information will be plugged directly into a spreadsheet for quantitative analysis. Other portions of this ART will be qualitatively analyzed. With four of the questions on this ART, you will consult a schemata (context, social action, reconstruc- tion-deconstruction, and reflexivity) and plug your score and justification into the ART

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