Extremist Discourse

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Panel chaired by Veronika Koller (@VeronikaKoller).

Evaluation and ideology in the representation of anarchists in two comparable corpora of Greek and English journalistic texts

Georgia FragakiUniversity of Peloponnese

g.fragkaki@uop.gr
http://phil.uop.gr/index.php/en/people

[long paper]

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Investigating activism on Twitter

Angela ZottolaAston University
Andressa Rodrigues GomideLancaster University

angela.zottola@unito.it
@angela_zottola

a.rodriguesgomide@lancaster.ac.uk
@gomidear

[long paper]

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The use of jihad in Extreme, Fringe and Moderate discourse

Paul Baker Lancaster University

p.baker@lancaster.ac.uk
@paulbaker
https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/linguistics/about/people/Paul-Baker

[long paper]

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Using CADS to uncover how right-wing extremists generate an alternative rape culture in online narratives ★

Kate Barber Cardiff University

barberk@cardiff.ac.uk
@katebarber2015

[long paper]

[paper removed at author’s request]