David Wright
TitleCited byYear
An Introduction to Forensic Linguistics: Language In Evidence
M Coulthard, A Johnson, D Wright
Routledge, 2017
Identifying idiolect in forensic authorship attribution: an n-gram textbite approach
A Johnson, D Wright
Language and Law= Linguagem e Direito 1 (1), 2017
Stylistic variation within genre conventions in the Enron email corpus: developing a textsensitive methodology for authorship research.
D Wright
International Journal of Speech, Language & the Law 20 (1), 2013
Using word n-grams to identify authors and idiolects
D Wright
International journal of corpus linguistics 22 (2), 212-241, 2017
Stylistics versus Statistics: A corpus linguistic approach to combining techniques in forensic authorship analysis using Enron emails
D Wright
University of Leeds, 2014
‘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
Scrunch, growze, or chobble?: Investigating regional variation in sound symbolism in the Survey of English Dialects
D Wright
University of Leeds, 2012
Adolescents’ experiences of street harassment: creating a typology and assessing the emotional impact
L Betts, R Harding, S Peart, C Sjolin Knight, D Wright, K Newbold
Journal of Aggression, Conflict and Peace Research 11 (1), 38-46, 2019
D Wright
Oxford University Press, 2018
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