Now showing items 1-4 of 4
Counterfactual and Prefactual Conditionals
(Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2004)
We consider reasoning about prefactual possibilities in the future, for example, “if I were to win the lottery next year I would buy a yacht” and counterfactual possibilities, for example, “if I had won the lottery last ...
Through the Looking Glass: How the mass media represent, reflect and refract sexual crime in Ireland
(Irish Communications Review, 2004)
Sexual crimes, against adults and children, represent significant social problem in Ireland as indicated in the SAVI report (McGee et al., 2002). This paper examines the framing, representation and construction of sexual ...
Abusers, Beasts and Child Molesters: The ABCs of constructing sexual abuse in the Irish print media.
(Proceedings of the 2004 Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities. Honolulu, Hawaii., 2004)