Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict

Online-first articles

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

22 December 2023

“A history lesson, perhaps, for my novice counterpart” The analysis of (im)politeness in political Twitter (X)
Seyed Mohammadreza Mortazavi, Hamed Zandi and Mohammad Makki | 29 pp.
“You look like my 14-year-old daughter” A corpus-based study of sexist language in everyday sexism Twitter stories
Wanwen Wang and Jonathan Ngai | 27 pp.

11 December 2023

A multimodal analysis of (de)legitimation through argumentation in extremist discourse: The case of Dabiq: The case of Dabiq
Sahar Rasoulikolamaki, Surinderpal Kaur and Neda Salahshour | 26 pp.

6 December 2023

Review of Serafis (2023): Authoritarianism on the Front Page: Multimodal discourse and argumentation in times of multiple crises in Greece
Justin Eckstein | 5 pp.

4 December 2023

“The denigration of Korean men’s genitals” Precision grip gestures and the multimodal construction of “taking offence” in media discourse surrounding anti-feminism in South Korea
Lucien Brown | 29 pp.

9 November 2023

Intersectionality and the gendered discussion around Muslim Canadian politicians on Twitter
Ahmed Al-Rawi, Mina Einifar and Wendy Chun | 27 pp.

19 June 2023

The expression of hate speech against Afro-descendant, Roma, and LGBTQ+ communities in YouTube comments
Paula Carvalho, Danielle Caled, Cláudia Silva, Fernando Batista and Ricardo Ribeiro | 36 pp.

6 June 2023

They were not radical, even when they committed that: An appraisal-driven discourse analysis of feelings and attitudes towards the 17-A terrorist cell in Barcelona
Miguel-Ángel Benítez-Castro, Encarnación Hidalgo-Tenorio, Katie J. Patterson, Manuel Moyano and Irene González | 32 pp.

17 February 2023

Conflictual translanguaging in the linguistic landscape of a divided city
Stavroula Tsiplakou | 35 pp.

1 November 2021

Countering linguistic violence by place-making in the public space: Tamazight and the linguistic landscape of Tizi-Ouzou, Algeria
Malika Sabri and Robert Blackwood | 22 pp.