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Abamosa, Juhar Yasin, Line Torbjørnsen Hilt & Kariane Westrheim
2020. Social inclusion of refugees into higher education in Norway: A critical analysis of Norwegian higher education and integration policies. Policy Futures in Education 18:5  pp. 628 ff. DOI logo
Bennett, Samuel
2018. New “Crises,” Old Habits: Online Interdiscursivity and Intertextuality in UK Migration Policy Discourses. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 16:1-2  pp. 140 ff. DOI logo
Cap, Piotr
2014. Review of Dontcheva-Navratilova (2011): Coherence in Political Speeches. Journal of Language and Politics 13:2  pp. 371 ff. DOI logo
Cap, Piotr
2015. Monologic follow-ups in political macro-discourse. In The Dynamics of Political Discourse [Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 259],  pp. 59 ff. DOI logo
Cap, Piotr
2015. Follow-ups in the US anti-terrorist discourse: Proposal for a macro-discursive approach to monologic follow-up sequences. Discourse & Society 26:5  pp. 543 ff. DOI logo
Crespo-Fernández, Eliecer
2018. Euphemism as a discursive strategy in US local and state politics. Journal of Language and Politics 17:6  pp. 789 ff. DOI logo
Kaskinen, Saija
2022. “The Path to Progress or the Sleep of Reason”: Representations of (Re)bordering Processes at the Finnish-Russian Borderlands. Journal of Finnish Studies 25:1  pp. 47 ff. DOI logo
Kesylytė-Alliks, Eglė
2017. Discursive construction of Lithuania's “others:” the case of Belarus. Nationalities Papers 45:1  pp. 80 ff. DOI logo
Kesylytė-Alliks, Eglė
2019. State, Nation, and the National Flag in Post-Soviet Lithuania: Legitimating Identities of the State in Institutional and Social Discourses. Nationalities Papers 47:3  pp. 445 ff. DOI logo
Krzyżanowski, Michał
2015. International leadership re-/constructed?. Journal of Language and Politics 14:1  pp. 110 ff. DOI logo
Krzyżanowski, Michał
2016. Recontextualisation of neoliberalism and the increasingly conceptual nature of discourse: Challenges for critical discourse studies. Discourse & Society 27:3  pp. 308 ff. DOI logo
Krzyżanowski, Michał
2018. “We Are a Small Country That Has Done Enormously Lot”: The ‘Refugee Crisis’ and the Hybrid Discourse of Politicizing Immigration in Sweden. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 16:1-2  pp. 97 ff. DOI logo
Krzyżanowski, Michał
2018. Discursive Shifts in Ethno-Nationalist Politics: On Politicization and Mediatization of the “Refugee Crisis” in Poland. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 16:1-2  pp. 76 ff. DOI logo
Krzyżanowski, Michał
2020. Discursive shifts and the normalisation of racism: imaginaries of immigration, moral panics and the discourse of contemporary right-wing populism. Social Semiotics 30:4  pp. 503 ff. DOI logo
Krzyżanowski, Michał
2020. Normalization and the discursive construction of “new” norms and “new” normality: discourse in the paradoxes of populism and neoliberalism. Social Semiotics 30:4  pp. 431 ff. DOI logo
Krzyżanowski, Michał & Bernhard Forchtner
2016. Theories and concepts in critical discourse studies: Facing challenges, moving beyond foundations. Discourse & Society 27:3  pp. 253 ff. DOI logo
Krzyżanowski, Michał & Natalia Krzyżanowska
2022. Narrating the ‘new normal’ or pre-legitimising media control? COVID-19 and the discursive shifts in the far-right imaginary of ‘crisis’ as a normalisation strategy. Discourse & Society 33:6  pp. 805 ff. DOI logo
Krzyżanowski, Michał, Anna Triandafyllidou & Ruth Wodak
2018. The Mediatization and the Politicization of the “Refugee Crisis” in Europe. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 16:1-2  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Magdi Fawzy, Rania
2019. Neoliberalizing news discourse: A semio-discursive reading of news gamification. Discourse & Communication 13:5  pp. 497 ff. DOI logo
Rheindorf, Markus
Rheindorf, Markus
2019. From Synchronic to Diachronic Perspectives: Mapping Change Across Time. In Revisiting the Toolbox of Discourse Studies,  pp. 173 ff. DOI logo
Savski, Kristof
2016. State Language Policy in Time and Space: Meaning, Transformation, Recontextualisation. In Discursive Approaches to Language Policy,  pp. 51 ff. DOI logo
Savski, Kristof
2017. Language policy at times of instability and struggle: the impact of fluctuating will and competing agendas on a Slovene language strategy. Current Issues in Language Planning 18:3  pp. 283 ff. DOI logo
Savski, Kristof
2018. The roles of field and capital in negotiating language policy in the Slovene parliament. Journal of Language and Politics 17:1  pp. 24 ff. DOI logo
Savski, Kristof
2024. Language policy from textuality to (re)entextualization: expanding the toolkit for discursive analyses. Language Policy 23:1  pp. 53 ff. DOI logo
Triandafyllidou, Anna
2018. A “Refugee Crisis” Unfolding: “Real” Events and Their Interpretation in Media and Political Debates. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies 16:1-2  pp. 198 ff. DOI logo
Wagenmakers, Tom
2023. Understanding the legitimation of the EU-Ukraine action plan – a discourse historical approach to EU foreign policy on Ukraine after the orange revolution. Cogent Social Sciences 9:2 DOI logo
Wang, Guofeng & Changpeng Huan
2024. Negotiating climate change in public discourse: insights from critical discourse studies. Critical Discourse Studies 21:2  pp. 133 ff. DOI logo
Wang, Guofeng, Xiuzhen Wu, Yupei Xiang & Yingzi Qu
2024. Linguistic polyphony in UN speeches on climate change: an analysis of implicit argumentation. Critical Discourse Studies 21:2  pp. 146 ff. DOI logo
Wodak, Ruth & Michał Krzyżanowski
2017. Right-wing populism in Europe & USA. Journal of Language and Politics 16:4  pp. 471 ff. DOI logo
Álvares, Maria
2022. Policy discourse in times of crisis. Journal of Language and Politics 21:5  pp. 742 ff. DOI logo

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