Discourse Context & Media

Papers
(The median citation count of Discourse Context & Media is 3. 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.)
ArticleCitations
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
Motherhood online: Issues and opportunities for discourse analysis12
The interactional principle in digital punctuation12
A turn to language: How interactional sociolinguistics informs the redesign of prompt:response chatbot turns12
The online activism of mock translanguaging: Language style, celebrity persona, and social class in China11
Children’s experiences with a transmedia narrative: Insights for promoting critical multimodal literacy in the digital age11
Addressing international students on Australian and Chinese university webpages: A comparative study11
The impact of multimodal cohesion on attention and interpretation in film11
Homonationalist and homocolonialist discourses in Hong Kong’s anti-extradition protests: Online evaluations and representations of LGBT rights11
What are digital media?11
Collective colouring in danmu comments on Bilibili10
“You keep saying you are sorry”. Exploring the use of sorry in customer communication on Twitter10
The discursive construction of resistance to sex in an online community10
The role of offensive metaphors in Chinese diplomatic discourse10
Between national and local: Identity representations of post-colonial Hong Kong in a local English newspaper10
Emoji in social media discourse about working from home10
Responding to negative hotel reviews: A cross-linguistic perspective on online rapport-management9
Where neoliberalism shapes Confucian notions of child rearing: Influencers, experts and discourses of intensive parenting on Chinese Weibo9
“I can feel myself being squeezed and stretched, moulded and grown, and expanded in my capacity to love loudly and profoundly”: Metaphor and religion in motherhood blogs9
Cultural dilemmas of motherhood and gendered public/private spheres: The case of a remediatized Chinese reality show9
“I know it's sensitive”: Internet censorship, recoding, and the sensitive word culture in China9
Negotiating the expertise paradox in new mothers’ WhatsApp group interactions8
Sorry but no sorry: The use and effects of apologies in airline webcare responses to NeWOM messages of flight passengers8
Identity performance and self-branding in social commerce: A multimodal content analysis of Chinese wanghong women’s video-sharing practice on TikTok8
Digital rockets: Resisting necropolitics through defiant languaging and artivism7
Convergence or divergence? A computer-assisted analysis of how Chinese state-sponsored and market-oriented newspapers discursively construct the newsworthiness of the Kunming terrorist attack7
‘STFU and start listening to how scared we are’: Resisting misogyny on Twitter via #NotAllMen7
Twitter as a right-wing populist’s playground: The algorithmic populism of Dutch political party ‘Forum voor Democratie’ and leader Thierry Baudet during their political rise7
Chinese social media: Technology, culture and creativity7
COVID-19 and the discursive practices of political leadership: Introduction7
Nationalist language ideologies in tweets about the 2019 Canadian general election7
A stranger in a foreign land: Identity transition in blogs about transnational relocation6
“Thank you for reaching out:” Brand relationship management and the conversational human voice of customer care in online service encounters6
“So-called influencers”: Stancetaking and (de)legitimation in mediatized discourse about social media influencers6
From public to digital spaces: Spatial and media practices of the 2017 ‘Unite Cyprus Now’ peace protests6
Online surveys as discourse context: Response practices and recipient design6
The diplomatic interpreter’s negotiation of power and solidarity through engagement choices: A case study of the Chinese Foreign Minister’s 2018 press conference6
“Loving you”: Use of metadiscourse for relational acts in WeChat public account advertisements6
The boob diaries: Discourses of breastfeeding in ‘exclusive pumping’ blogs6
Discursive approaches to webcare: A closer look at apologies, conversational human voice, legitimation, and emotion regulation6
‘Am I being unreasonable to vaccinate my kids against my ex’s wishes?’ – A corpus linguistic exploration of conflict in vaccination discussions on Mumsnet Talk’s AIBU forum6
Methodological issues in digital conversation analysis5
A dialectical-relational approach to anti-trans sentiments on Hupu5
Describing the voice of online bullying: An analysis of stance and voice type in YouTube comments5
Radical contingency, radical historicity and the spread of ‘homosexualism’: A diachronic corpus-based critical discourse analysis of queer representation in The Times between 1957–1967 and 1979–19905
A skirmish on the Czech political scene: The glocalization of Greta Thunberg’s UN Climate Action Summit speech in the Czech media5
Introducing cohesion in multimodal discourse5
Constructing a national identity in media editorials to promote affiliation with an international readership5
A discursive approach to disagreements expressed by Chinese spokespersons during press conferences5
COVID and the South African Family: Cyril Ramaphosa, President or father?5
Corpus insights into the harmonization of commercial media in China: News coverage of migrant worker issues as a case study5
Is being right legitimate? Addressing public outcries on social media4
Language as the tip of the iceberg? Shedding a critical light on ‘hidden’ discourse in digital platforms4
Discourses of social media amongst youth: An ethnographic perspective4
Authenticating discourses of “being oneself” on monetary-motivated livestreams4
Tracing museum exhibition reviews: References, replies and translations between the museum space and the mass media4
It’s part of the job: How webcare agents regulate their emotions during service interactions on Facebook and Twitter4
Men of today, soyboys of tomorrow: Constructions of masculinities in YouTube responses to Gillette’s The Best Men Can Be4
Enacting polyvocal scorn in #CovidConspiracy tweets: The orchestration of voices in humorous responses to COVID-19 conspiracy theories4
Othering as mediated soft-power practice: Chinese diplomatic communication of discourse about China-US trade war through the British press4
The identity work of Chinese charities in their online donation-oriented crowdfunding appeals4
Membership categorization, humor, and moral order in sitcom interactions4
The Edwardian Selfies: A transhistorical approach to celebrity culture and pictorial bookplates4
‘My countrymen have never disappointed me’: Politics of service in Modi’s speeches during Covid-194
“This is not the place to bother people about BTS”: Pseudo-synchronicity and interaction in timed comments by Hallyu fans on the video streaming platform Viki4
Discursive constructions of populism in opinion-based journalism: A comparative European study4
Multimodal cohesion in persuasive discourse: A case study of televised campaign advertisements in the 2020 US presidential election4
Moral stance taking as a device of covert aggression in Chinese political language use4
From writing to drawing: Examining visual composition in danmu-mediated textual communication3
Fragmented but coherent: Lexical cohesion on a YouTube channel3
Discourses on discourse, shifting contexts and digital media3
Discursive strategies of legitimation on the web: Stakeholder dialogue in the agri-biotech industry3
Identity performance and language policing in Hong Kong’s media3
Conceptualizing the dialogical structure of mass communication: A comparison of the dialogical networks and mediated social communication approaches3
Precarity and Enterprising Selves: The Resemiotization of Neon Language Objects3
Magical women: Representations of female characters in the Witcher video game series3
TikTok and the translingual practices of Filipino domestic workers in Hong Kong3
Editorial Introduction: Normativities of languaging from the Global South: The social media discourse3
Legitimation strategies and discourses in editorials: Myanmar’s new foreign policy on ASEAN membership3
Why digital administrative systems create extra work and demoralize us: A study of performativity and decontextualization caused by Unikum in Swedish preschools3
Internet memes as knowledge practice in social movements: Rethinking Economics’ delegitimization of economists3
Teach me about liberalism: Constructing social elites and the English divide in the Japanese TV drama, Massan3
Fan activism as discursive action: Poaching foreign television series for political satire in China3
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