Journal of Language and Politics

(The TQCC of Journal of Language and Politics is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
I, Trump18
Beyond populism studies17
Delegitimizing the media?17
Critical fantasy studies15
Moving discourse theory forward13
Animals vs. armies13
De/legitimising EUrope through the performance of crises12
Instagram narratives in Trump’s America11
Mythopoetic legitimation and the recontextualisation of Europe’s foundational myth11
Poisoning the information well?10
Authority (de)legitimation in the border wall Twitter discourse of President Trump10
Discourse, concepts, ideologies9
Discursive (re)construction of populist sovereignism by right-wing hard Eurosceptic parties in the 2019 European parliament elections9
Trumping Twitter9
Logics, discourse theory and methods8
Reimagining Europe and its (dis)integration7
Metaphors in political communication7
More than “Fake News”?7
Political masculinities and Brexit7
‘Fake news’ discourses7
Separatists or terrorists? Jews or Nigerians?7
“We need to rediscover our manliness…”7
The (discursive) limits of (left) populism7
The tabloidization of the Brexit campaign7
Discourses of fake news7
The Twittering Presidents6
Attack of the critics6
Informing the government or fostering public debate?6
Who are ‘the people’?5
Right-wing populist media events in Schengen Europe5
Audience constructions of fake news in Australian media representations of asylum seekers5
The delegitimisation of Europe in a pro-European country5
Taking the left way out of Europe5
Populism in performance?5
“You are not normal, you are against nature”5
The politics of fear in Hong Kong protest representations5
Media, migration and human rights4
Beyond ‘fake news’?4
EU nationals in the UK after BREXIT4
Strongman, patronage and fake news4
Widening the North/South Divide? Representations of the role of the EU during the Covid-19 crisis in Spanish media4
Constructing threat through quotes and historical analogies in the Czech and the US “Ukraine Discourse”4
Sailing toIthaka4
“We” in the EU: (De) legitimizing power relations and status3
Fighting an indestructible monster3
“They are just a danger”3
‘We need to talk about the hegemony of the left’3
Why do politicians cite others in political debates?3
Norm destruction, norm resilience3
Migration controls in Italy and Hungary3
An introduction to the special issue on ‘Discourse Theory: Ways forward for theory development and research practice’3
Immigrants and Syrian refugees in the Turkish press3
Language, immigration, and identity3
Migrants are not welcome3
Recursion theory and the ‘death tax’3
The political nature of fantasy and political fantasies of nature3
Attitudinal stance towards the anti-extradition bill movement in China Daily and South China Morning Post3
Subtle discriminatory political discourse on immigration3
The struggle between the power of language and the language of power3
Doing justice to the agential material*3
Britain as a protector, a mediator or an onlooker?3
The legitimization of the use of sweat shops by H&M in the Swedish press3
Populating ‘solidarity’ in political debate2
Diasporic media and counterpublics2
Constructing women’s “different voice”2
Narratives of dialogue in parliamentary discourse2
Integrating CDA with ideological rhetorical criticism in the investigation of Abe Cabinet’s discursive construction in “Indo-Pacific Strategy”2
“These are not just slogans”2
‘Cinema as a common activity’2
Legitimizing austerity in crisis-hit Greece2
A Europeanisation of American politics?2
Populist radical right beyond Europe2
Strategic functions of linguistic impoliteness in US primary election debates2
An introduction to the special issue on “Language, Politics and Media: The Hong Kong protests”2
Clinton stated, Trump exclaimed!2
Portrayal of power in manifestos2
Gender matters in questioning presidents2
Politics as construction of the unthinkable2