Discourse Context & Media

(The H4-Index of Discourse Context & Media is 13. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
Racist call-outs and cancel culture on Twitter: The limitations of the platform’s ability to define issues of social justice51
“I miss my old life”: Regretting motherhood on Mumsnet26
Multimodal approach to analysing big social and news media data25
Managing image: The self-praise of celebrities on social media20
Flu-like pandemics and metaphor pre-covid: A corpus investigation18
Design, resistance and the performance of identity on TikTok17
Winning the discursive struggle? The impact of a significant environmental crisis event on dominant climate discourses on Twitter16
Making sense of the “raw meat”: A social semiotic interpretation of user translation on the danmu interface16
Discourses of exclusion on Twitter in the Turkish Context: #ülkemdesuriyeliistemiyorum (#idontwantsyriansinmycountry)15
Reaching for the stars: DingTalk and the Multi-platform creativity of a ‘one-star’ campaign on Chinese social media14
Competence and collectivity: The discourse of Angela Merkel’s media communications during the first wave of the pandemic14
“Can you send us a PM please?” Service recovery interactions on social media from the perspective of organizational legitimacy14
‘Your mind is part of your body’: Negotiating the maternal body in online stories of postnatal depression on Mumsnet14
Selling intimacy online: The multi-modal discursive techniques of China’s wanghong13
Making sense of digitally remediated touch in virtual reality experiences13
The ‘team of 5 million’: The joint construction of leadership discourse during the Covid-19 pandemic in New Zealand13
The wounded leader: The illness narratives of Boris Johnson and Donald Trump13