Andrew S. Ross
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Digital cultures of political participation: Internet Memes and the discursive delegitimization of the 2016 US Presidential candidates
AS Ross, DJ Rivers
Discourse, Context and Media 16 (1), 1-11, 2017
Discursive deflection: Accusation of “fake news” and the spread of mis-and disinformation in the tweets of President Trump
AS Ross, DJ Rivers
Social media+ society 4 (2), 2056305118776010, 2018
Idealized English teachers and the implicit influence of race in Japan
DJ Rivers, AS Ross
Journal of Language, Identity and Education 12 (5), 321-339, 2013
‘Going negative’: An APPRAISAL analysis of the rhetoric of Donald Trump on Twitter
AS Ross, C David
Language and Communication 70, 13-27, 2020
Internet memes, media frames, and the conflicting logics of climate change discourse
AS Ross, DJ Rivers
Environmental communication 13 (7), 975-994, 2019
Internet memes as polyvocal political participation
AS Ross, DJ Rivers
The Presidency and Social Media: Discourse, Disruption and Digital Democracy …, 2017
Learner perceptions and experiences of pride in second language learning
AS Ross, E Stracke
Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 39 (3), 272-291, 2016
Emotional experiences beyond the classroom: Interactions with the social world
AS Ross, DJ Rivers
Studies in Second Language Learning and Teaching 8 (1), 103-126, 2018
From motivation to emotion: A new chapter in applied linguistics research
AS Ross
University of Sydney Papers in TESOL 10, 1-27, 2014
Donald Trump, legitimisation and a new political rhetoric
AS Ross, DJ Rivers
World Englishes 39 (4), 623-637, 2020
Winning the discursive struggle? The impact of a significant environmental crisis event on dominant climate discourses on Twitter
M Bednarek, AS Ross, O Boichak, YJ Doran, G Carr, EG Altmann, ...
Discourse, context & media 45, 100564, 2022
Deconstructing embedded meaning within cyclists’ Instagram discourse:# fromwhereiride
M Lamont, AS Ross
Annals of Leisure Research 23 (3), 339-363, 2020
The sociolinguistics of hip-hop as critical conscience: Dissatisfaction and dissent
AS Ross, DJ Rivers
Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
“This channel has more subs from rival fans than Arsenal fans”: Arsenal Fan TV, football fandom and banter in the new media era
DJ Rivers, AS Ross
Sport in Society 24 (6), 867-885, 2021
Authority (de) legitimation in the border wall Twitter discourse of President Trump
DJ Rivers, AS Ross
Journal of Language and Politics 19 (5), 831-856, 2020
L1/L2 communication self-efficacy beliefs and the contribution of personality
DJ Rivers, AS Ross
The Language Learning Journal 48 (6), 700-714, 2020
Discursive delegitimisation in metaphorical #secondcivilwarletters: an analysis of a collective Twitter hashtag response
AS Ross
Critical Discourse Studies 17 (5), 510-526, 2020
Uncovering stereotypes: Intersections of race and English native-speakerhood
DJ Rivers, AS Ross
Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013
“Ruled Britannia”: Metaphorical construction of the EU as enemy in UKIP campaign posters
AS Ross, A Bhatia
The international journal of press/politics 26 (1), 188-209, 2021
Sport in the new media landscape: community, participation and discourse
AS Ross, DJ Rivers
Discourse, Context and Media 35, 1-3, 2020
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