Mark McGlashan
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“Real men don’t hate women”: Twitter rape threats and group identity
C Hardaker, M McGlashan
Journal of Pragmatics 91, 80-93, 2016
1342016
Press and social media reaction to ideologically inspired murder: The case of Lee Rigby
T McEnery, M McGlashan, R Love
Discourse & Communication 9 (2), 237-259, 2015
552015
The linguistic, visual and multimodal representation of two-Mum and two-Dad families in children’s picturebooks
J Sunderland, M McGlashan
Language and Literature 21 (2), 189-210, 2012
292012
The Branding of European Nationalism: perpetuation and novelty in racist symbolism
M McGlashan
Routledge, 2013
22*2013
Looking at picturebook covers multimodally: the case of two-Mum and two-Dad picturebooks
J Sunderland, M McGlashan
Visual Communication 12 (4), 473-496, 2013
142013
Heteronormativity in EFL textbooks and in two genres of children's literature (Harry Potter and same-sex parent family picturebooks)
J Sunderland, M McGlashan
Language Issues: The ESOL Journal 26 (2), 17-26, 2015
92015
The representation of same-sex parents in children's picturebooks: a corpus-assisted multimodal critical discourse analysis
M McGlashan
Lancaster University, 2015
72015
Stories featuring two-mums and two-dads families
M McGlashan, J Sunderland
Language, gender, and children’s fiction, 142-172, 2011
52011
The Spectre of Nazism Haunts Social Media
P Iganski, M McGlashan, A Sweiry
LancsLaw, the official blog of Lancaster University Law School 12, 2015
32015
Collective identity and discourse practice in the followership of the Football Lads Alliance on Twitter
M McGlashan
Discourse & Society 31 (3), 307-328, 2020
12020
Twitter rape threats and the discourse of online misogyny (DOOM): using corpus-assisted community analysis (COCOA) to detect abusive online discourse communities
M McGlashan, C Hardaker
Corpus Linguistics 2015 Abstract Book. Paper presented at Corpus Linguistics, 2015
12015
What your followers say about you: a dialectical-relational approach to (collective) identity in the followership of an online protest movement
M McGlashan
1
Critical discourse analysis
P Baker, M McGlashan
The Routledge Handbook of English Language and Digital Humanities, 220-241, 2020
2020
DISCO DIVAS AND HEROIC KNIGHTS
J Mackenzie, L Coffey-Glover, S Payne, M McGlashan
Innovations and Challenges: Women, Language and Sexism, 2020
2020
Book review: Michele Zappavigna, Searchable Talk: Hashtags and Social Media Metadiscourse
M McGlashan
Discourse & Communication 13 (4), 461-464, 2019
2019
Press and social media reaction to ideologically inspired murder: The case of Lee Rigby
R Love, M McGlashan, T McEnery
2015
Twitter rape threats and the discourse of online misogyny (DOOM): From discourses to networks
C Hardaker, M McGlashan
Corpus Linguistics 2015, 154, 2015
2015
IGALA6, IGALA 6 Conference
J Sunderland, M McGlashan
2010
Disco Divas and Heroic Knights: A critical multimodal analysis of gender roles in ‘create the world’LEGO cards
J Mackenzie, L Coffey-Glover, S Payne, M McGlashan
The Language of Children‟ s Stories Featuring Two-Mum and Two-Dad Families
M McGlashan, J Sunderland
IGALA 6, 225, 0
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