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.

17 May 2022

Rhetorical questions as reproaching devices
Marta Albelda Marco | 24 pp.

13 April 2022

Journalistic practice in the international press corps: Adversarial questioning of the Russian President
Lindy Comstock | 31 pp.

25 March 2022

Dualisms in Jihad: The role of metaphor in creating ideological dichotomies
Katie J. Patterson | 23 pp.

2 March 2022

Slang and verbal aggression: A morphopragmatic analysis of the compound families X-ass, X-brain, X-face, and X-head
Elisa Mattiello | 21 pp.

2 December 2021

Metaphors, powerlessness and online aggression: How Wuhan lockdown escapees were dehumanised during the COVID-19 pandemic
Janet Ho | 24 pp.

26 November 2021

Love thy ‘populist’: The democratization potential of scandals involving transgression of accepted speech and populist logic
Barbora Čapinská | 29 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.

26 October 2021

Verbal horror and slaughterhouse imagery in media representation of herdsmen violence
Ebuka Elias Igwebuike | 23 pp.

30 August 2021

“We were cocked & loaded to retaliate” An appraisal-based study of dichotomies in Trump’s tweets about Iran
Mohammad Makki and Andrew S. Ross | 24 pp.