Gavin Brookes
Gavin Brookes
Senior Research Associate in Corpus Linguistics, Lancaster University
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What does patient feedback reveal about the NHS? A mixed methods study of comments posted to the NHS Choices online service
G Brookes, P Baker
BMJ open 7 (4), e013821, 2017
Peddling a semiotics of fear: a critical examination of scare tactics and commercial strategies in public health promotion
G Brookes, K Harvey
Social Semiotics 25 (1), 57-80, 2015
The utility of topic modelling for discourse studies: A critical evaluation
G Brookes, T McEnery
Discourse Studies 21 (1), 3-21, 2019
“Our biggest killer”: multimodal discourse representations of dementia in the British press
G Brookes, K Harvey, N Chadborn, T Dening
Social Semiotics 28 (3), 371-395, 2018
‘Off to the best start’?: A multimodal critique of breast and formula feeding health promotional discourse
G Brookes, K Harvey, L Mullany
Gender and Language 10 (3), 340-363, 2016
The language of patient feedback: A corpus linguistic study of online health communication
P Baker, G Brookes, C Evans
Routledge, 2019
‘This is England, speak English!’: A corpus-assisted critical study of language ideologies in the right-leaning British press
D Wright, G Brookes
Critical Discourse Studies 16 (1), 56-83, 2019
Just plain Wronga? A multimodal critical analysis of online payday loan discourse
G Brookes, K Harvey
Critical Discourse Studies 14 (2), 167-187, 2017
Opening up the NHS to market: Using multimodal critical discourse analysis to examine the ongoing commercialisation of health care
G Brookes, K Harvey
Journal of Language and Politics 15 (3), 288-302, 2016
Examining the discourse of mental illness in a corpus of online advice-seeking messages
G Brookes, K Harvey
Talking at Work, 209-234, 2016
Correlation, collocation and cohesion: A corpus-based critical analysis of violent jihadist discourse
G Brookes, T McEnery
Discourse & Society 31 (4), 351-373, 2020
Looking through dementia: what do commercial stock images tell us about aging and cognitive decline?
K Harvey, G Brookes
Qualitative health research 29 (7), 987-1003, 2019
Corpus, discourse and mental health
D Hunt, G Brookes
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020
Changing frames of obesity in the UK press 2008–2017
P Baker, G Brookes, D Atanasova, SW Flint
Social Science & Medicine 264, 113403, 2020
Insulin restriction, medicalisation and the Internet: A corpus-assisted study of diabulimia discourse in online support groups
G Brookes
Communication & Medicine 15 (1), 14-27, 2018
Corpus linguistics
G Brookes, T McEnery
The Routledge Handbook of English Language and Digital Humanities, 378-404, 2020
From corpus to clinic: health communication research and the impact agenda
G Brookes, K Harvey, L Mullany
Applying Linguistics, 99-111, 2018
The Discourse of Alternative Credit: A Multimodal Critical Examination of the Cash Converters Mobile App
G Brookes, K Harvey
The Language of Money and Debt, 233-256, 2017
Fear and responsibility: discourses of obesity and risk in the UK press
G Brookes, P Baker
Journal of Risk Research, 1-16, 2020
How to interpret large volumes of patient feedback: methods from computer-assisted linguistics
G Brookes, T McEnery
Social Research Practice 4 (1), 2-13, 2017
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