Isobelle Clarke
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Dimensions of abusive language on Twitter
I Clarke, J Grieve
Proceedings of the first workshop on abusive language online, 1-10, 2017
562017
Stylistic variation on the Donald Trump Twitter account: A linguistic analysis of tweets posted between 2009 and 2018
I Clarke, J Grieve
PloS one 14 (9), e0222062, 2019
512019
Attributing the Bixby Letter using n-gram tracing
J Grieve, I Clarke, E Chiang, H Gideon, A Heini, A Nini, E Waibel
Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 34 (3), 493-512, 2019
142019
I consider myself to be a service provider: Discursive identity construction of the forensic linguistic expert
I Clarke, KJ Kredens
International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law 25 (1), 79-107, 2018
112018
Functional linguistic variation in Twitter trolling
I Clarke
International Journal of Speech Language and the Law 26 (1), 57-84, 2019
92019
Stylistic variation in Twitter trolling
I Clarke
Online harassment, 151-178, 2018
82018
Stylistic variation on the Donald Trump Twitter account
I Clarke, J Grieve
Corpora and Discourse International Conference, 2018
22018
Responding effectively to customer feedback on Twitter: a mixed methods study of webcare styles
M Fuoli, I Clarke, V Wiegand, H Ziezold, M Mahlberg
Applied Linguistics 42 (3), 569-595, 2021
12021
Linguistic inquiries into Donald Trump’s language: From ‘fake news’ to ‘tremendous success’, Ulrike Schneider, Matthias Eitelmann (Eds.), Bloomsbury, London, UK (2020), p. 260 …
I Clarke
Journal of Pragmatics 185, 113-115, 2021
2021
Does informality actually work? A mixed-methods study of webcare styles on Twitter
M Fuoli, I Clarke, V Wiegand, M Mahlberg
ABC Vienna, 44, 2021
2021
Multiple Correspondence Analysis, newspaper discourse and subregister: A case study of discourses of Islam in the British press
I Clarke, T McEnery, G Brookes
Register Studies 3 (1), 144-171, 2021
2021
'Face masks’ and ‘face coverings’ in the UK press during the Covid-19 pandemic: Scottish vs. national newspapers
C Dayrell, I Clarke, E Semino
2021
Linguistic variation across Twitter and Twitter trolling
I Clarke
University of Birmingham, 2020
2020
Dimension of Twitter Trolling: Short Text Classification Using Multiple Correspondence Analysis
I Clarke
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