Veronika Koller

List of John Benjamins publications for which Veronika Koller plays a role.

Journals

Title

Voices of Supporters: Populist parties, social media and the 2019 European elections

Veronika Koller, Natalia Borza, Massimiliano Demata, Laura Filardo-Llamas, Anna W. Gustafsson, Susanne Kopf, Marlene Miglbauer, Valeria Reggi, Ljiljana Šarić, Charlotta Seiler Brylla and Maria Stopfner

Subjects Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Pragmatics

Articles

Bogetić, Ksenija, Frazer Heritage, Veronika Koller and Mark McGlashan 2023 Landwhales, femoids and sub-humans: Dehumanising metaphors in incel discourseMetaphor and the Social World 13:2, pp. 178–196
Incels, or involuntary celibates, are a community of typically heterosexual young men who wish to, but do not, have sexual and romantic relationships with women. As a community, they have previously been characterised by their hatred for women and violent acts against members of society who they… read more | Article
Borza, Natalia, Massimiliano Demata, Laura Filardo-Llamas, Anna W. Gustafsson, Veronika Koller, Susanne Kopf, Marlene Miglbauer, Valeria Reggi, Ljiljana Šarić, Charlotta Seiler Brylla and Maria Stopfner 2023 Chapter 13. The discourse of supporters for populist parties across Europe: Voices of supporters for populist parties across EuropeVoices of Supporters: Populist parties, social media and the 2019 European elections, Koller, Veronika, Natalia Borza, Massimiliano Demata, Laura Filardo-Llamas, Anna W. Gustafsson, Susanne Kopf, Marlene Miglbauer, Valeria Reggi, Ljiljana Šarić, Charlotta Seiler Brylla and Maria Stopfner, pp. 280–292
In this final chapter, we will answer our overall research questions, comparing findings across the various contexts investigated in the preceding chapters. In doing so, we will point out what voting motivations, aspects of national identities and ways of recontextualising original posts are shared… read more | Chapter
Borza, Natalia, Massimiliano Demata, Laura Filardo-Llamas, Anna W. Gustafsson, Veronika Koller, Susanne Kopf, Marlene Miglbauer, Valeria Reggi, Ljiljana Šarić, Charlotta Seiler Brylla and Maria Stopfner 2023 Chapter 1. Introduction: European elections and the voices of supporters on social mediaVoices of Supporters: Populist parties, social media and the 2019 European elections, Koller, Veronika, Natalia Borza, Massimiliano Demata, Laura Filardo-Llamas, Anna W. Gustafsson, Susanne Kopf, Marlene Miglbauer, Valeria Reggi, Ljiljana Šarić, Charlotta Seiler Brylla and Maria Stopfner, pp. 1–16
Chapter
Borza, Natalia, Massimiliano Demata, Laura Filardo-Llamas, Anna W. Gustafsson, Veronika Koller, Susanne Kopf, Marlene Miglbauer, Valeria Reggi, Ljiljana Šarić, Charlotta Seiler Brylla and Maria Stopfner 2023 Chapter 2. Populism and populism studies: Theories and contributionsVoices of Supporters: Populist parties, social media and the 2019 European elections, Koller, Veronika, Natalia Borza, Massimiliano Demata, Laura Filardo-Llamas, Anna W. Gustafsson, Susanne Kopf, Marlene Miglbauer, Valeria Reggi, Ljiljana Šarić, Charlotta Seiler Brylla and Maria Stopfner, pp. 17–34
Chapter
Koller, Veronika 2023 Chapter 10. England and Wales: Oppressors, traitors, saviours: Populist discourse in Instagram posts by Brexit Party supportersVoices of Supporters: Populist parties, social media and the 2019 European elections, Koller, Veronika, Natalia Borza, Massimiliano Demata, Laura Filardo-Llamas, Anna W. Gustafsson, Susanne Kopf, Marlene Miglbauer, Valeria Reggi, Ljiljana Šarić, Charlotta Seiler Brylla and Maria Stopfner, pp. 210–235
This chapter analyses the discourse of supporters of the populist Brexit Party, as it manifested itself on Instagram during the campaign for the 2019 European elections. Based on eleven posts with high numbers of comments and replies, it shows how supporters use social actor representation,… read more | Chapter
Olza, Inés, Veronika Koller, Iraide Ibarretxe-Antuñano, Paula Pérez Sobrino and Elena Semino 2021 The #ReframeCovid initiative: From Twitter to society via metaphorMetaphor and the Social World 11:1, pp. 98–120
From the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, governments, health agencies, public institutions and the media around the world have made use of metaphors to talk about the virus, its effects and the measures needed to reduce its spread. Dominant among these metaphors have been war metaphors (e.g.… read more | Article
We present a study of the online forum Reddit, specifically a sub-forum for (typically heterosexual) men who identify as involuntary celibates or incels. Incels are an online imagined community/community of practice who wish to, but do not, have sexual relations with women. Owing to this identity,… read more | Article
This chapter will investigate how two news articles, from the British Guardian and from Russia Today, report on the issue of gay rights in Russia, as mentioned in a press conference given by Russian president Putin in the run-up to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. The analysis will employ a… read more | Chapter
This paper contributes to the study of religious metaphor by combining discourse analysis with cognitive semantics. In particular, it engages in a diachronic study of 30 pamphlets written by British Quakers and addressed to the general public to investigate the consistency of metaphor use in that… read more | Article
Demjén, Zsófia, Elena Semino and Veronika Koller 2016 Metaphors for ‘good’ and ‘bad’ deaths: A health professional viewMetaphor and the Social World 6:1, pp. 1–19
This paper discusses the metaphors used by sixteen palliative healthcare professionals from around the United Kingdom in semi-structured interviews to describe what they see as ‘good’ and ‘bad’ deaths. The interviews, conducted for the large-scale “Metaphor in End-of-Life Care” project, are set… read more | Article
Demmen, Jane, Elena Semino, Zsófia Demjén, Veronika Koller, Andrew Hardie, Paul Rayson and Sheila Payne 2015 A computer-assisted study of the use of Violence metaphors for cancer and end of life by patients, family carers and health professionalsInternational Journal of Corpus Linguistics 20:2, pp. 205–231
This study combines quantitative semi-automated corpus methods with manual qualitative analysis to investigate the use of Violence metaphors for cancer and end of life in a 1,500,000-word corpus of data from three stakeholder groups in healthcare: patients, family carers and healthcare… read more | Article
This paper addresses the question of what potential queer pornography has to subvert hegemonic discourses of gender and sexuality. In particular, it engages in the analysis of transitivity and metaphor in an example of queer written online pornography and links this textual analysis to a discussion… read more | Article
Koller, Veronika 2014 PART II: IntroductionFrom Text to Political Positions: Text analysis across disciplines, Kaal, Bertie, Isa Maks and Annemarie van Elfrinkhof (eds.), pp. 163–170
Article
Article
This paper compares the vision documents for a British borough and a German city to see how the city-as-brand is encoded in different semiotic modes, to draw inferences about the cognitive structure of the brand, to ascertain in how far any global brand values are adapted to local contexts, and… read more | Article
Review
Koller, Veronika 2008 5. Brothers in arms: Contradictory metaphors in contemporary marketing discourseConfronting Metaphor in Use: An applied linguistic approach, Zanotto, Mara Sophia, Lynne Cameron and Marilda C. Cavalcanti (eds.), pp. 103–125
Article
Review
Article