Maria Stopfner

List of John Benjamins publications for which Maria Stopfner plays a role.

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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

The study focuses on the Spanish influenza pandemic of 1918/19, tracing the crisis coverage of two daily newspapers from two different countries, Austria and the United States, to reveal the general dynamics and manipulative potential of mediatized public discourse in times of crisis. The… read more
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 | Chapter
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
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
Stopfner, Maria 2023 Chapter 9. France: “What she says sounds good to me. Why should it be radical?”: The voice of populist supporters in FranceVoices 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. 187–209 | Chapter
This chapter aims to uncover possible motives of the French electorate to support the right-wing populist Rassemblement National (National Rally) in the 2019 elections to the European Parliament analysing public discourse on Twitter with a view to identity construction and recontextualisation.… read more
Glaznieks, Aivars, Jennifer-Carmen Frey, Maria Stopfner, Lorenzo Zanasi and Lionel Nicolas 2022 Leonide: A longitudinal trilingual corpus of young learners of Italian, German and EnglishInternational Journal of Learner Corpus Research 8:1, pp. 97–120 | Article
This article presents the longitudinal trilingual corpus of young learners of Italian, German and English called LEONIDE. The corpus consists of L1, L2 and L3 learner texts. L1 texts were written in two languages of schooling (i.e. Italian and German), L2 texts in two languages learned as second… read more
Stopfner, Maria 2018 Put your “big girl” voice on : Parliamentary heckling against female MPsDemocracy and Discriminatory Strategies in Parliamentary Discourse, Bischof, Karin and Cornelia Ilie (eds.), pp. 617–635 | Article
Heckles are an illegitimate, yet common way of commenting directly and immediately on what is being said at the lectern. However, (non-)verbal interjections can also be used to disconcert the speaker, thus scoring points within the parliamentary arena. In these cases, female delegates are often… read more