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.

24 May 2024

The static welfare claimant vs. the dynamic migrant: Contrasting figures of personhood in YouTube comments
John Scott Daly | 23 pp.
Review of Stavrakakis & Katsambekis (2024): Research Handbook on Populism
Alex Yates | 4 pp.

17 May 2024

Review of Matthiessen, Wang, Ma & Mwinlaaru (2022): Systemic Functional Insights on Language and Linguistics
Shengnan Chen and Haijuan Yan | 4 pp.
Review of Butler (2024): Political Discourse Analysis: Legitimization Strategies in Crisis and Conflict
Bahram Kazemian and Shafigeh Mohammadian | 5 pp.
Review of Koller (2023): Voices of Supporters: Populist Parties, Social Media and the 2019 European Elections
Shuqiong Wu and Shiyu Chen | 4 pp.

25 April 2024

Review of Fotiadou (2022): The Language of Employability: A Corpus-Based Analysis of UK University Websites
Jeremy Valentine | 4 pp.

16 April 2024

Review of Augé (2023): Metaphor and Argumentation in Climate Crisis Discourse
Jie Zou and Xiyun Zhong | 4 pp.

8 April 2024

From war to crime rhetoric: The evolution in the presidential framing of the 2019 Chilean social uprising
Silvana D’Ottone, Micaela Varela, Diego Castro and Héctor Carvacho | 23 pp.
“Almost a mother tongue” National identity and Hebrew language acquisition among Druze schoolchildren in Israel
William F.S. Miles | 23 pp.

2 April 2024

France’s “drôle de guerre” Sociopolitical polarisation and resistance to metaphor
Anaïs Augé | 22 pp.
Review of Howard (2023): Multilingualism in the Andes: Policies, Politics, Power
Liying Dong, Sihong Zhang and Yalan Wang | 4 pp.
Review of Baysha (2022): War, Peace, and Populist Discourse in Ukraine
Baoqin Wu | 4 pp.

29 March 2024

Epistemic stance and public discourse on irregular migration in one of Europe’s outermost regions
Marina Díaz Peralta | 22 pp.
Revisiting the rhetorical construction of political consent: ‘We-strategies’ and pronouns in British and Russian Covid-19 discourse
Douglas Mark Ponton, Vladimir I. Ozyumenko and Tatiana Larina | 23 pp.

25 March 2024

Review of Bielsa (2023): A Translational Sociology: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Politics and Society
Bin Zhu and Qingliang Ren | 4 pp.

21 March 2024

Review of Fariña (2023): Psychological Borders in Europe and the United States: Contemporary Nationalism, Nativism, and Populism
Tingting Hu and Nan Xu | 4 pp.
Legitimizing the interventions recommended in “European Research Area Policy Agenda 2022–2024” A study of persuasive presuppositions
Katarzyna Molek-Kozakowska | 23 pp.

15 March 2024

The power of language: Socio-political fracture in Tunisia’s post-Arab Spring revolution
Zouhir Gabsi | 25 pp.
“The youths are wiser now” A positive discourse analysis of resistance in Nigeria’s 2023 electoral rhetoric
Chioma Juliet Ikechukwu-Ibe and Sopuruchi Christian Aboh | 20 pp.

8 March 2024

From Barack Obama to Donald Trump: The evolution of moral appeals in national conventions
Jennifer Lin | 37 pp.

5 March 2024

Reactions to interruptions in Finnish, French and German parliamentary debates
Johanna Isosävi, Heike Baldauf-Quilliatre, Christophe Gagne and Eero Voutilainen | 27 pp.
The awkward rhetoric of Spanish liberalism: The politics of language of the Citizens party
José María Rosales | 21 pp.

26 February 2024

Interests convergence in global human rights politics: Text analysis of Universal Periodic review of the UN human rights council
Yooneui Kim | 24 pp.
Unveiling ideological shifts in news trans‑editing: A critical narrative analysis of English and Chinese narratives on the 2014 Hong Kong protests
Yuan Ping and Wang Kefei | 25 pp.
The utility of (political) dogwhistles – a life cycle perspective
Asad Sayeed, Ellen Breitholtz, Robin Cooper, Elina Lindgren, Gregor Rettenegger and Björn Rönnerstrand | 21 pp.

8 February 2024

Perception of charisma in text and speech: The role of emotion dimensions and inclusive deixis
Judit Vari, Tamara Rathcke and Aleksandra Cichocka | 33 pp.

1 February 2024

Linguistic landscapes of activism: The fight for a quality public healthcare in Madrid
Alba Arias Alvarez | 24 pp.
Humanitarian discourse as racism disclaimer: The representation of Roma in Swedish press
Petre Breazu and David Machin | 25 pp.
New opportunities for discourse studies: Combining discourse theory, critical discourse studies and corpus linguistics
Katy Brown | 23 pp.

22 January 2024

Examining political influence on language: Contradictory linguistic lexical purging in the Croatian context
Igor Ivaškovic | 20 pp.

16 January 2024

Negotiating trust through COVID-19 press briefings: A multimodal analysis
Orawee Bunnag and Krisda Chaemsaithong | 24 pp.

9 January 2024

The construction of Hong Kong’s “one country, two systems” in China Daily: A corpus assisted critical discourse analysis
Jiange Deng and Zhongxuan Lin | 22 pp.
Political homophobia: The rise of anti-queer rhetoric in Indonesia and Turkey
Saskia Schäfer | 23 pp.

14 December 2023

Rickety democracies: Breaking down the structures of distrust and shame in Peruvian political phrases
Kate S. O’Connor-Farfan | 23 pp.

8 December 2023

From “them” to “us”? The changing representation of China in the South China Morning Post 20 years on
Mandy Hoi Man Yu and Dezheng Feng | 21 pp.

30 November 2023

The use of metaphors to construct crisis discourses in describing COVID-19 vaccines in the Chinese and the American news media: A corpus-assisted critical approach
Gaoqiang Lu and Yating Yu | 24 pp.
Polarising metaphors in the Venezuelan Presidential Crisis
Silvia Peterssen and Augusto Soares da Silva | 29 pp.

28 November 2023

Doing gender at the far right: A study of the articulations of nationalism and populism in Vlaams Belang's gender discourses
Archibald Gustin | 21 pp.
“Türkiye,” not “Turkey” Nation branding in the age of populism and nationalism
Ali Fuad Selvi | 24 pp.
On the language of liberalism: Liberal language ideology in Polish discourse of linguistics (1970–1989) as a form of pro-democratic resistance
Anna Stanisz-Lubowiecka | 23 pp.