Journal of Language and Politics

Online-First Articles

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

26 April 2021

Review of Rheindorf & Wodak (2020): Sociolinguistic perspectives on migration control: Language policy, identity and belonging
James Simpson | 4 pp.

20 April 2021

Retrieving the new from the legacy of history: Discourse and symbols of history in Modern Turkey
Alper Çakmak and M. İnanç Özekmekçi | 21 pp.

16 March 2021

Review of Schneider & Eitelmann (2020): Linguistic inquiries into Donald Trump’s Language: From ‘Fake News’ to ‘Tremendous Success’
Adam Hodges | 4 pp.
Review of Krippendorff & Halabi (2020): Discourses in action: What language enables us to do
Reviewed by Liqing Zhang | 4 pp.

16 February 2021

‘We need to talk about the hegemony of the left’ : The normalisation of extreme right discourse in Greece
Salomi Boukala | 22 pp.
Portrayal of power in manifestos: Investigating authority legitimation strategies of Pakistan’s political parties
Fizza Farrukh and Farzana Masroor | 23 pp.

5 January 2021

Discursive (re)construction of populist sovereignism by right-wing hard Eurosceptic parties in the 2019 European parliament elections: Insights from the UK, Italy, the Czech Republic and Slovakia
Monika Brusenbauch Meislova and Stephen Buckledee | 27 pp.

21 December 2020

Protest graffiti, social movements and changing participation frameworks: The case of Macao
Hong Zhang and Brian Hok-Shing Chan | 24 pp.

14 December 2020

Review of (2019):
Katarzyna Molek-Kozakowska | 3 pp.

4 December 2020

Review of Fuchs (2020): Communication and Capitalism: A Critical Theory
Reviewed by Marcos Engelken-Jorge | 4 pp.
Review of Pennycook & Makoni (2020): Innovations and challenges in applied linguistics from the Global South
Reviewed by Huan Yik Lee | 4 pp.
How is structural inequality made fair in a meritocratic education system?: Equalising opportunities through metaphorical transfers within and across sub micro-meso-macro movements in policy discourse
Nadira Talib | 24 pp.

1 December 2020

Narratives of dialogue in parliamentary discourse: Constructing the ethos of the receptive politician
Naomi Truan | 22 pp.

13 November 2020

The Bangkok Blast as a finger-pointing blame game: How attitudinal positioning construes a divided polity
Changpeng Huan, Menghan Deng and Napak-on Sritrakarn | 22 pp.

10 November 2020

Working Royals, Megxit and Prince Andrew’s disastrous BBC interview: The online media’s representation of the British Monarchy between 2010 and 2020
Jagon P. Chichon | 22 pp.
The language of exclusion: A critical comparison of new-right arguments against Islam
Louis Talay | 21 pp.

2 November 2020

National construction and popular erasure in Colombia: A concept analysis of the legitimation and delegitimation of social relations in Colombia through the language of its foundational documents: 1810–1991
Gregory Joseph Lobo | 19 pp.
Strongman, patronage and fake news: Anti-human rights discourses and populism in the Philippines
Jefferson Lyndon D. Ragragio | 21 pp.

23 October 2020

Šarić Ljiljana, and Mateusz-Milan Stanojević (eds). 2019. Metaphor, Nation and Discourse
Aleksandra Salamurović | 5 pp.

5 October 2020

Review of Cillia, Wodak, Rheindorf & Lehner (2020): Österreichische Identitäten im Wandel: Empirische Untersuchungen zu ihrer diskursiven Konstruktion 1995–2015
Reviewed by Christian Karner | 5 pp.
Review of Perrez, Reuchamps & Thibodeau (2019): Variation in political metaphor
Michael Kranert | 5 pp.

24 September 2020

Review of Seargeant (2020): The Art of Political Storytelling: Why Stories Win Votes in Post-truth Politics
Reviewed by Xiaoyi Yang and Yuan Ping | 4 pp.

21 July 2020

Beyond the exceptional: Tracing the repercussions of a security speech act
Liisa Lähteenmäki and Anne Alvesalo | 23 pp.

16 June 2020

Informing the government or fostering public debate?: How Chinese discussion forums open up spaces for deliberation
Yu Sun, Todd Graham and Marcel Broersma | 24 pp.