Dr Claire Hardaker
Dr Claire Hardaker
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Trolling in asynchronous computer-mediated communication: From user discussions to academic definitions
C Hardaker
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 6 (2), 215-242, 2010
7212010
“Real men don’t hate women”: Twitter rape threats and group identity
C Hardaker, M McGlashan
Journal of Pragmatics 91, 80-93, 2016
1642016
“Uh.... not to be nitpicky, but… the past tense of drag is dragged, not drug.”: An overview of trolling strategies
C Hardaker
Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 1 (1), 58-86, 2013
1532013
Impoliteness
J Culpeper, C Hardaker
The Palgrave Handbook of Linguistic (Im)politeness, 199-225, 2017
1312017
‘I refuse to respond to this obvious troll’: an overview of responses to (perceived) trolling
C Hardaker
Corpora 10 (2), 201-229, 2015
502015
(Im)politeness in digital communication
SL Graham, C Hardaker
The Palgrave Handbook of Linguistic (Im)politeness, 785-814, 2017
292017
Flaming and trolling
C Hardaker
Pragmatics of Social Media 11, 493–522, 2017
112017
The neglected west: Notions of politeness in Britain and America
J Culpeper, J O'Driscoll, C Hardaker
From Speech Acts to Lay Concepts of Politeness: Multilingual andá…, 2018
8*2018
What is turning so many young men into internet trolls?
C Hardaker
The Observer 3 (08), 2013, 2013
82013
Metaphor, impoliteness, and offence in online communication
Z DemjÚn, C Hardaker
The Routledge Handbook of Metaphor and Language, 371-386, 2016
62016
Misogyny: machines, and the media, or: how science should not be reported
C Hardaker
Dr Claire Hardaker 27, 2016
52016
Obvious trolls will just get you banned”: Trolling versus corpus linguistics
C Hardaker
HardieA. LoveR.(Eds.), Corpus linguistics, 112-114, 2013
42013
Trolling in computer-mediated communication: impoliteness, deception and manipulation online
C Hardaker
Lancaster University, 2012
22012
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
Pranksters, provocateurs, propagandists: Using forensic corpus linguistics to identify and understand trolling
C Hardaker
The Routledge Handbook of Forensic Linguistics, 694-708, 2020
2020
New developments in corpus approaches to social media
C Hardaker
Corpus Approaches to Social Media 98, 199, 2020
2020
Social Media Interventions and the Language of Political Campaigns: From Online Petitions to Platform Policy Changes
C Hardaker
Professional Communication, 227-247, 2020
2020
A: VICTIMS: IDENTIFYING, PROTECTING AND ASSISTING VICTIMS OF TRAFFICKING
S Walby, J Towers, B Francis, K Shire, L Kelly, B Apitzsch, J Armstrong, ...
EPISTEMIC PRACTICES IN SOCIAL WORK; HEAR ME OUT 1001, 167, 2019
2019
Study on comprehensive policy review of anti-trafficking projects funded by the European Commission: HOME/2014/ISFP/PR/THBX/0052
S Walby, J Towers, BJ Francis, K Shire, L Kelly, B Apitzsch, JE Armstrong, ...
Publications Office of the European Union, 2016
2016
Pragmatics and corpus linguistics
C Hardaker, JV Culpeper
Routledge, 2016
2016
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