Online-First Articles

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

1 August 2022

Perceptual resemblance and the communication of emotion in digital contexts: A case of emoji and reaction GIFs
Ryoko Sasamoto | 25 pp.

13 June 2022

Development of the use of discourse markers across different fluency levels of CEFR: A learner corpus analysis
Lan-fen Huang, Yen-Liang Lin and Tomáš Gráf | 29 pp.

8 June 2022

The use of boosters and evidentials in British campaign debates on the Brexit referendum
María Luisa Carrió-Pastor and Ana Albalat Mascarell | 22 pp.

19 April 2022

An empirical study of Chinese university student advisors’ dynamic identity construction in the context of individual consultation
Jing Chen and Jing Chen | 26 pp.

14 April 2022

Picking fights with politicians: Categories, partitioning and the achievement of antagonism
Jack B. Joyce and Linda Walz | 26 pp.

25 March 2022

Accounts as acts of identity: Justifying business closures on COVID-19 public signs in Athens and London
Spyridoula Bella and Eva Ogiermann | 28 pp.

9 March 2022

Aspects of (‘and’) as a discourse marker in Persian
Reza Kazemian and Mohammad Amouzadeh | 32 pp.

24 February 2022

Shifting perspective on indexicals
Mark Bowker | 19 pp.

8 February 2022

‘So many “virologists” in this thread!’: Impoliteness in Facebook discussions of the management of the pandemic of Covid-19 in Sweden – the tension between conformity and distinction
Marta Andersson | 29 pp.

20 December 2021

The metapragmatics of legal advice communication in the field of immigration law
Marie Jacobs | 25 pp.