Mark McGlashan

Lecturer in English Language

Invited talks

  1. McGlashan, M. (2021) ‘COVID-19 Memorials: networked discourses of online bereavement’. Nottingham Trent University, UK, 20/07/2021.

  2. McGlashan, M. (2020) ‘COVID-19 Memorials: discourses of online bereavement’. University of Leicester, UK, 04/11/2020.

  3. McGlashan, M. (2019) ‘Same-sex parents in children’s picturebooks’. Northern Fertility Nurses Meeting, Leeds, UK, 27/07/2019.

  4. McGlashan, M. (2019) ‘Misogyny online: networked language, networked hate’. British and Irish Law, Education and Technology Association (BILETA), Aston University, UK, 07/06/2019

  5. Cross Government Social Media Research Group (SMRG), Home Office, 16/05/19

  6. McGlashan, M. (2019) ‘Same-sex parents in children’s picturebooks: examining representations using corpus-assisted multimodal critical discourse analysis’. York St. John University, UK, 03/04/2019

  7. McGlashan, M. (2019) ‘Political in- and out-groups on Twitter: a corpus-based discourse analysis of the Football Lads Alliance'. Newcastle Critical Discourse Group (NCDG), Newcastle, UK, 06/03/2019

  8. McGlashan, M. (2018) ‘Representing same-sex parents: non-traditional families?’. Centre for Family Research, Cambridge, UK, 29/11/2018.

  9. McGlashan, M. (2018) ‘Same-sex parents in children’s picturebooks: examining representations using corpus-assisted multimodal critical discourse analysis’. BAAL 2018: Taking Risks in Applied Linguistics, York St. John University, UK, 6-8/09/2018.

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  1. Lawson, R. & McGlashan, M. (2017) ‘“You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland, and I show you how deep the rabbit hole goes”: A socio-corpus analysis of language and masculinity in an online ‘Pickup Artist’ community'. Survey of English Usage Seminar Series, University College London, UK, 15/03/17.

Conference papers

CL2021_MANTRaP.mp4

McGlashan, M., Krendel, A., & Koller, V. (2021) ‘Linguistic constructions of men and women in the Reddit manosphere’. Corpus Linguistics 2021, University of Limerick, Ireland, 13-17/07/2021

McGlashan, M. & Larner, S. (2021) ‘The language of children’s online disclosures of domestic, emotional, sexual, and physical abuse’. British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL)/Cambridge University Press (CUP) Corpora in Applied Linguistics: broadening the agenda, Aston University, UK, 15-16/04/2021.

McGlashan_COVID-19 Memorials.mp4

McGlashan, M. (2020) 'COVID-19 Memorials'. Corpora and Discourse International Conference 2020 (CAD2020), Sussex, UK, 17-19/06/2020.

McGlashan & Krendel_Revisiting key-key-words.mp4

McGlashan, M. & Krendel, A. (2020) 'Revisiting key-key-words: proposing a method for identifying unique keywords in a collection of corpora'. Corpora and Discourse International Conference 2020 (CAD2020), Sussex, UK, 17-19/06/2020.

CAD2020 Presentation.mp4

McGlashan, M. & Paterson, L. (2020) 'Same-sex marriage, gay marriage, or equal marriage? Exclusion or inclusion by premodification in a corpus of 21st century UK press reports'. Corpora and Discourse International Conference 2020 (CAD2020), Sussex, UK, 17-19/06/2020.

  1. McGlashan, M., Krendel, A., & Koller, V. (2021) ‘Linguistic constructions of men and women in the Reddit manosphere’. Corpus Linguistics 2021, University of Limerick, Ireland, 13-17/07/2021

  2. McGlashan, M. & Larner, S. (2021) ‘The language of children’s online disclosures of domestic, emotional, sexual, and physical abuse’. British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL)/Cambridge University Press (CUP) Corpora in Applied Linguistics: broadening the agenda, Aston University, UK, 15-16/04/2021.

  3. Krendel, A., Aiston, J., McGlashan, M., & Koller, V. (2021) ‘Breaks, boundaries and balance: Maintaining wellbeing when looking at online sexism’. British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) Special Interest Group on Language and New Media, Birmingham City University, UK, 14/05/2021.

  4. McGlashan, M. (2020) 'COVID-19 Memorials'. Corpora and Discourse International Conference 2020 (CAD2020), Sussex, UK, 17-19/06/2020.

  5. McGlashan, M. & Krendel, A. (2020) 'Revisiting key-key-words: proposing a method for identifying unique keywords in a collection of corpora'. Corpora and Discourse International Conference 2020 (CAD2020), Sussex, UK, 17-19/06/2020.

  6. McGlashan, M. & Paterson, L. (2020) 'Same-sex marriage, gay marriage, or equal marriage? Exclusion or inclusion by premodification in a corpus of 21st century UK press reports'. Corpora and Discourse International Conference 2020 (CAD2020), Sussex, UK, 17-19/06/2020.

  7. Clarke, I. & McGlashan, M. (2019) ‘Online discourses of toxic masculinity’. Corpora, Discourse and Society: BAAL Corpus Linguistics Special Interest Group Annual Workshop, Lancaster, UK, 13/11/2019.

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  1. McGlashan, M. & Patterson, L. (2019) ‘Marriage is a…: The grammatical patterning and connotations of marriage in 21st century UK press reportage’. Corpus Linguistics 2019 (CL2019), Cardiff University, UK, 22-26/07/2019.

  2. Koller, V., McGlashan, M., Heritage, F., Krendal, A., & Aiston, J. (2019) ‘MANTRaP: Misogyny online ANd The Red Pill'. British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) Special Interest Group on Language, Gender and Sexuality, Birmingham City University, UK, 30/05/2019.

  3. Coffey-Glover, L., MacKenzie, J., McGlashan, M., & Payne, S. (2018) ‘Discourses of gender in children’s toys: a multimodal analysis of gender construction in ‘create the world’ Lego cards’. Poetics and Linguistics Association (PALA) 2018, University of Birmingham, UK, 25-28/07/2018.

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  1. McGlashan, M. (2018) ‘A corpus-assisted analysis of ideological affiliation on Twitter: in-groups and out-groups in the followership of an online protest movement’. Inequality Discourses in the Media, University of Birmingham, UK, 15/06/2018.

  2. McGlashan, M. (2018) ‘What your followers say about you: a dialectical-relational approach to (collective) identity in the followership of an online protest movement’. Corpora and Discourse International Conference 2018 (CAD2018), Lancaster University, UK, 22-24/06/2018.

  3. McGlashan, M. (2017) ‘Negotiating discourse of sexuality and same-sex marriage in children’s literature’. BAAL/CUP Discourses of Marriage, University of Liverpool, UK, 14/09/2017.

  4. McGlashan, M. & Baker, P. (2017) ‘Discourse practice and news online: comparing discursive constructions of Romanian immigrants in articles published by the Daily Express with readers’ comments’. Corpus Linguistics 2017, University of Birmingham, UK, 25/07/17.

  5. Lawson, R. & McGlashan, M. (2017) ‘“You need to become prime dick”: A corpus-based analysis of self-help discourses and gender constructions in online seduction communities'. 116th American Anthropological Association (AAA) Meeting, Washington, D.C., 30/11/17.

  6. McGlashan, M. & Lawson, R. (2017) ‘Discourses of neoliberal masculinity: a corpus-based discourse study of an online ‘Pick Up Artist’ community’. BAAL SIG on Language, Gender and Sexuality: Language, Discrimination and Conflict, University of Nottingham, UK, 27/04/17.

  7. McGlashan, M. & Hardaker, C. (2015) ‘Twitter rape threats and the discourse of online misogyny (DOOM): using corpus-assisted community analysis (COCOA) to detect abusive online communities. In, Formato, F. & Hardie, A. Corpus Linguistics 2015. Lancaster University: UCREL.

  8. Hardaker, C. & McGlashan, M. (2015) ‘Twitter rape threats and the discourse of online misogyny (DOOM): from discourses to networks’. In, Formato, F. & Hardie, A. Corpus Linguistics 2015. Lancaster University: UCREL.

  9. McGlashan, M. & Sunderland, J. (2015) ‘Heteronormativity in EFL Textbooks and in Children’s Fiction: Harry Potter and Same-Sex Parent Family Picturebooks’. Queering ESOL Seminar 5 – LGBTQI Representations: media, literature, pedagogic materials, King’s College, London, 21/05/15.

  10. McGlashan, M. & Sunderland, J. (2012) ‘Gender representation in picturebooks featuring same-sex parent families’. 7th International Gender and Language Conference (IGALA7).