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A Corpus-based Study of Discursive Representation of LGBT Identities and Movement in the Bangkok Post ★
Duangkamol Chuaikun & Raksangob Wijitsopon – Chulalongkorn University
[paper removed at authors’ request]
A Study of the Concept of ‘Menopause’ in Thai society
Prapaipan Phingchim – Chulongkorn University
‘Black or gay or Jewish or whatever’: A diachronic corpus-based discourse analysis of how the UK’s LGBTQI population came to be represented as secular, cisgender, gay, white and male ★
Mark Wilkinson – Lancaster University
Body Parts as Means of Enacting Agency in Transgender Fiction ★
Eloisa Lillywhite – University of Sussex
Czech broadsheets discourse about female politicians in comparison with male politicians
Adrian Zasina – Charles University
Looking or not looking for? A corpus-assisted analysis on discriminative and homonormative language used by British and Italian men having sex with men (MSM) in personal ads in “PlanetRomeo” dating app ★
Federico Zaupa – University of Modena and Reggio Emilia
Same-sex marriage, gay marriage, or equal marriage? Exclusion or inclusion by premodification in a corpus of 21st century UK press reports
Laura L. Paterson – The Open University
Mark McGlashan – Birmingham City University
Synergies between Corpus Linguistics and Ludolinguistics: Using Corpora to Explore the Representation of Gender in Videogames. ★
Frazer Heritage – Lancaster University
Towards a Dictionary of Polish Political Discourse 2015-2019
Sonia Kropiowska – European Master in Lexicography
Transgressive Pleasures: Identity and desire in the discursive construction of gender-nonconforming characters in porn
Alon Lishinsky – Oxford Brookes University
Kat Gupta – University of Roehampton
What’s love got to do with it? Gender accommodation versus flirting in teenagers’ online conversations
Lisa Hilte, Reinhild Vandekerckhove & Walter Daelemans –
CLiPS research center / University of Antwerp
“You can tell he’s a baddy just by looking at him!” Appearance and identity in children’s literature
Sally Hunt – University of Reading