Discourse Context & Media

Papers
(The TQCC of Discourse Context & Media is 6. 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 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
ArticleCitations
Racist call-outs and cancel culture on Twitter: The limitations of the platform’s ability to define issues of social justice46
Beyond the online offline distinction: Entry points to digital discourse26
“I miss my old life”: Regretting motherhood on Mumsnet24
Multimodal approach to analysing big social and news media data24
Managing image: The self-praise of celebrities on social media20
Winning the discursive struggle? The impact of a significant environmental crisis event on dominant climate discourses on Twitter16
Flu-like pandemics and metaphor pre-covid: A corpus investigation16
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
Design, resistance and the performance of identity on TikTok14
“Can you send us a PM please?” Service recovery interactions on social media from the perspective of organizational legitimacy14
Reaching for the stars: DingTalk and the Multi-platform creativity of a ‘one-star’ campaign on Chinese social media14
The wounded leader: The illness narratives of Boris Johnson and Donald Trump13
‘Your mind is part of your body’: Negotiating the maternal body in online stories of postnatal depression on Mumsnet13
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
Lovextortion: Persuasion strategies in romance cybercrime12
Competence and collectivity: The discourse of Angela Merkel’s media communications during the first wave of the pandemic12
The interactional principle in digital punctuation12
Homonationalist and homocolonialist discourses in Hong Kong’s anti-extradition protests: Online evaluations and representations of LGBT rights11
The impact of multimodal cohesion on attention and interpretation in film11
Selling intimacy online: The multi-modal discursive techniques of China’s wanghong11
Addressing international students on Australian and Chinese university webpages: A comparative study11
Children’s experiences with a transmedia narrative: Insights for promoting critical multimodal literacy in the digital age11
Motherhood online: Issues and opportunities for discourse analysis11
Science on the web: The exploration of European research websites of energy-related projects as digital genres for the promotion of values11
What are digital media?11
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
“You keep saying you are sorry”. Exploring the use of sorry in customer communication on Twitter10
The online activism of mock translanguaging: Language style, celebrity persona, and social class in China10
The discursive construction of resistance to sex in an online community10
Emoji in social media discourse about working from home9
A turn to language: How interactional sociolinguistics informs the redesign of prompt:response chatbot turns9
“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
Responding to negative hotel reviews: A cross-linguistic perspective on online rapport-management9
Collective colouring in danmu comments on Bilibili9
Negotiating the expertise paradox in new mothers’ WhatsApp group interactions8
Identity performance and self-branding in social commerce: A multimodal content analysis of Chinese wanghong women’s video-sharing practice on TikTok8
Creating realities across languages and modalities: Multimodal recontextualization in the translation of online news reports8
“I know it's sensitive”: Internet censorship, recoding, and the sensitive word culture in China8
Sorry but no sorry: The use and effects of apologies in airline webcare responses to NeWOM messages of flight passengers8
Chinese social media: Technology, culture and creativity7
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
COVID-19 and the discursive practices of political leadership: Introduction7
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
Where neoliberalism shapes Confucian notions of child rearing: Influencers, experts and discourses of intensive parenting on Chinese Weibo7
Nationalist language ideologies in tweets about the 2019 Canadian general election7
Digital rockets: Resisting necropolitics through defiant languaging and artivism6
The boob diaries: Discourses of breastfeeding in ‘exclusive pumping’ blogs6
‘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
‘STFU and start listening to how scared we are’: Resisting misogyny on Twitter via #NotAllMen6
Discursive approaches to webcare: A closer look at apologies, conversational human voice, legitimation, and emotion regulation6
The diplomatic interpreter’s negotiation of power and solidarity through engagement choices: A case study of the Chinese Foreign Minister’s 2018 press conference6
A stranger in a foreign land: Identity transition in blogs about transnational relocation6
Online surveys as discourse context: Response practices and recipient design6
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