Andrine received her PhD in English Linguistics from Northumbria University, UK. During her PhD study, she worked as an associate lecturer at the University and taught the module Language Variation in the British Isles and Introduction to Discourse Analysis. In 2021, Andrine joined the School of English at Nottingham University Malaysia.
Patterns, Functions and the Description of English
Grammar and Discourse
Research in Literary Linguistics
Andrine's main research interest is in the area of language and communication, critical discourse analysis and corpus linguistics. Her research is interdisciplinary, cross-linguistic and… read more
ROBERT M. MCKENZIE, MIMI HUANG, THENG THENG ONG and NAVAPORN SNODIN, 2019. Socio-psychological salience and categorisation accuracy of speaker place of origin Lingua. 228, 102705
THENG THENG ONG and CHU, J. F., 2014. Representation of prostitution in Malaysian news media and fictional texts: A feminist analysis. The Carrington Rand Journal of Social Sciences. 1(1), 83-94
Andrine's main research interest is in the area of language and communication, critical discourse analysis and corpus linguistics. Her research is interdisciplinary, cross-linguistic and cross-cultural. Her current research focuses on the narrative of human suffering in two different contexts: within news media and amongst the general public.