CLCR PGR Conference 2020

The 2020 CLCR Conference is taking a new format due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We understand that, even though times are difficult, it is important for researchers to be able to talk about their research and get some feedback. So, this year CLCR Postgraduate Researchers have made posters about some aspect of their research. They also added two questions they have had or challenges they have faced in order to interact with the conference participants. From 15th to 17th June, all CLCR students and staff are welcome to come, read the posters, and, most importantly, leave their comments.

See you then!

Organisation team: Debora Cabral (cabrallimad@cardiff.ac.uk), Lucy Chrispin (chrispinl@cardiff.ac.uk) and Aurora Goodwin (goodwina3@cardiff.ac.uk)

Abstracts

Biographies

Posters

Forensic and Institutional Discourse (A)

Narrative Structure and Identity Representation in Manosphere Blog PostsKate Barber

A Methodological Approach to a Discursive Analysis of Judicial ActivismDébora Cabral

The Use of Legal Terminology in Sovereign Citizen Pseudolegal TextsDavid Griffin

Victim Voices: Analysing Child Discourse in Online Sexual Grooming InteractionsRuth Mullineux-Morgan

Forensic and Institutional Discourse (B)

The Language Of Student Complaints Procedures In The UK Higher Education Sector –  Developing the Data and Methodology ChapterLisa Pomfrett

Virtual Responsibility in Criminal NarrativesEmily Powell

Question Types and Constraint in Police-Victim Interaction: A case study – Kate Steel

Grammatical theory

An Empirical Investigation into the Nature and Degree of Nominality Alex Carr

A Contrastive Study into the Lexico-grammatical Reactances of Two Intransitive Verbal CategoriesLucy Chrispin

Morphological Regularities and Patterns in English Word FormationKateryna Krykoniuk

Automatic Grammar Induction from Free Text Using Insights from Cognitive Grammar Vigneshwaran Muralidaran

Language and Media

The Role of Digital Multilingual Patterns & Functions on Branding and Self-Branding: An investigation of practices by Saudi users on TwitterReem Al Madani

Positive and Negative evaluative Language: A comparative study on British News Reports of the ISIS Conflict in Iraq and Syria using Appraisal TheoryZeen Al-Rasheed

Global Bilingual News: Same events, but variable perspectivesBanan Assiri

Keepin’ it real: Styling authenticity on Twitter disinformation accountsAurora Goodwin

Identity performance of older Greek-Cypriot Facebook users: Communicative Functions AnalysisStephanie Tilliridou

Language Learning and Teaching

A Cross-linguistic Study of Metadiscourse Markers in English Academic Writing of Saudi EFL Students and UK Native Speakers of EnglishNasser Alqahtani

English language vocabulary pedagogy: Investigating the impact of explicit etymology and morphology teaching on children’s vocabulary development in schools in WalesEllen Bristow

Multimodality

Images of Hate: A Methodology for Analysing Visual ExtremismKeighley Perkins

Identification and Analysis of Visual Irony in Political Cartoons of the Algerian Civil War (1992-2002)Sabrina Toumi

Phonetics, Phonology and Speech Production

The Phonological Effect of Iraqi Arabic as a Heritage Language on Cardiff English as a Majority and Native Language for Adult Heritage Speakers of Arabic in Cardiff, the UKHamed Aljemaily

Lexical Access in Bilingual Speech Production “the hard problem”: Evidence from Masked Priming of Picture NamingManal Alharbi

The Non-arbitrariness of the Emotive Hijazi Non-Lexical ExpressionsMashael Assaadi

Determining the Impact of Syntactic Intelligibility on the Recognition of the Emotional Speech SignalMatthew Coombes

The vocalic inventory of late Old NorthumbrianElisa Ramírez Pérez

Sociolinguistics and Discourse Analysis

The Acquisition of Sociolinguistic Competence in a Welsh Immersion ContextKatharine Young

What’s So Special About The Circus? (And Who Says So)Katharine Kavanagh

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