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Olivia Inwood
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Ambient affiliation, misinformation and moral panic: Negotiating social bonds in a YouTube internet hoax
O Inwood, M Zappavigna
Discourse & Communication 15 (3), 281-307, 2021
222021
Ideology, attitudinal positioning, and the blockchain: a social semiotic approach to understanding the values construed in the whitepapers of blockchain start-ups
O Inwood, M Zappavigna
Social Semiotics 33 (3), 451-469, 2023
162023
Conspiracy Theories and White Supremacy on YouTube: Exploring Affiliation and Legitimation Strategies in YouTube Comments
O Inwood, M Zappavigna
Social Media+ Society 9 (1), 20563051221150410, 2023
62023
A Systemic Functional Linguistics approach to analyzing white supremacist and conspiratorial discourse on YouTube
O Inwood, M Zappavigna
The Communication Review 25 (3-4), 204-234, 2022
62022
The ID2020 conspiracy theory in YouTube video comments during COVID-19: Bonding around religious, political, and technological discourses
O Inwood, M Zappavigna
Conspiracy Theory Discourses, 241-266, 2022
42022
Attitudes about Propaganda and Disinformation: Identifying Discursive Personae in YouTube Comment Sections
O Inwood, M Zappavigna
Routledge Handbook of Discourse and Disinformation, 2023
2*2023
The Marriages of Celebrity Politicians: A Social Semiotic Approach to How Commenters Affiliate Around YouTube Gossip Videos
O Inwood, M Zappavigna
A Gossip Politic, 133-153, 2023
12023
Understanding the values enacted in the design of blockchain technologies by applying social semiotics and the walkthrough method
O Inwood
University of New South Wales, 2018
12018
A systemic functional linguistics approach to analysing white supremacist and conspiratorial discourse on YouTube
O Inwood, M Zappavigna
(De)constructing Societal Threats During Times of Deep Mediatization, 204-234, 2023
2023
A Discourse-Analytic Approach to the Study of Information Disorders: How Online Communities Legitimate Social Bonds When Communing Around Misinformation and Disinformation
O Inwood
UNSW Sydney, 2023
2023
The Meta-meta Selfie: A Social Semiotic Approach for Analysing Vibe Shifts in Pandemic Times
O Inwood
SocArXiv, 2022
2022
CONFRONTING AND DEMYSTIFYING HARMFUL PARTICIPATORY CULTURES
O Inwood, H Ippolito, M Laminack
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 2022
2022
WHITE SUPREMACISTS DECEPTIVELY USING SCREENSHOTS AS EVIDENCE: A SOCIAL SEMIOTIC APPROACH TO ANALYSING CONSPIRATORIAL YOUTUBE VIDEOS
O Inwood
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 2021
2021
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