List of John Benjamins publications for which Sara Vilar-Lluch plays a role.
Redefining attitude for studying explicit and indirect evaluations of human behaviour. Functions of Language 29:2, pp. 199–2252022.
This article considers the application of the Attitude framework (Martin & White 2005) to study the evaluation of human behaviour. The distinction between inscribed (explicit) and invoked (indirect) attitude is re-examined and systematised to better operationalise the analysis of the evaluation of… read more | Article
Review of Ibarretxe-Antuñano, Cadierno & Castañeda Castro (2019): Lingüística cognitiva y español LE/L2. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 19:2, pp. 590–5952021.
Understanding and appraising ‘hate speech’. Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict: Online-First Articles.
Hate speech has become a matter of international concern, permeating institutional and lay discussions alike. Yet exactly what it means to refer to a linguistic act as ‘hate speech’ remains unclear. This paper examines the lay understanding of hate speech, focusing on (1) the relationship between… read more | Article