Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict

Online-First Articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet published in an issue.

5 February 2021

Identity, ideology and threatening communication: An investigation of patterns of attitude in terrorist discourse
Awni Etaywe and Michele Zappavigna | 36 pp.

14 January 2021

A delicate balance: Irony in the negotiation of refusals
Isabella Reichl and Eleni Kapogianni | 27 pp.

3 December 2020

Feminist activism on Twitter: The discursive construction of sexual violence and victim-survivors in #WhyIDidntReport
Patricia Palomino Manjón | 29 pp.

26 November 2020

“Maleducados/Ill-mannered” during the #A28 political campaign on Twitter: A metapragmatic study of impoliteness labels and comments in Spanish
Patricia Bou-Franch | 26 pp.

29 October 2020

Discussion, dispute or controversy?: Paradigms of conflict-driven parliamentary practices
Cornelia Ilie | 34 pp.

27 October 2020

Review of Kádár (2017): Politeness, Impoliteness and Ritual: Maintaining the Moral Order in Interpersonal Interaction
Sara Orthaber | 5 pp.

24 September 2020

Why can’t we be friends?: Conflict and alignment within the Alt-Right
Patrick Greene and Staci Defibaugh | 19 pp.

31 August 2020

When travellers’ expectations are not met: Rapport management in Airbnb online consumer reviews with negative valence
María de la O Hernández-López | 28 pp.

25 August 2020

Review of Sosa (2018): Bad Words: Philosophical Perspectives on Slurs
Reviewed by Björn Technau | 8 pp.

29 May 2020

The metalinguistics of offence in (British) English: A corpus-based metapragmatic approach
Jonathan Culpeper and Michael Haugh | 30 pp.

2 April 2020

The pen is mightier than the sword: Malala Yousafzai’s reaction to verbal and nonverbal aggression in her 2013 UN-speech
Manfred Kienpointner | 22 pp.