A STUDY OF HEADLINE STRUCTURES IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE NEWSPAPERS
This research aimed to study structures of headlines in paper and online newspapers from English language newspapers sold in Thailand, The Nation and Bangkok Post. A total of 839 headlines were collected from both paper and online versions of the mentioned newspapers, divided as 472 headlines from paper newspapers and 367 headlines from online newspapers, between June 8 and 12, 2017. The findings revealed that there was no difference between paper and online newspaper headlines according to the most frequently found structures. However, for less frequently found structures, some differences were found.
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