Research

2019

Clarke, I. (2019). "Functional Linguistic Variation in Twitter Trolling". The International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law 26(1)

2018

Grieve, J., Carmody, E., Clarke, I., Gideon, H., Heini, A., Nini, A. and Waibel, E. (2018). Attributing the Bixby Letter using n-gram Tracing. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, fqy042, https://doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqy042.

Clarke, I. and Kredens, K. (2018). "'I consider myself to be a service provider': Discursive construction of the forensic linguistic expert". International Journal of Speech Language and the Law 25(1): 79--107. Link

Clarke, I. (2018). "Stylistic Variation in Twitter Trolling" In J. Golbeck (ed.) Online Harassment: Human-Computer Interaction, pp. 157--178. Cham, Switzerland: Springer. Link

2017

Clarke, I. and Grieve, J. (2017). “Dimensions of Abusive Language on Twitter”. In Proceedings of the First Workshop on Abusive Language Online, pp. 1--10. Vancouver, CANADA: ACL (AUGUST 4, 2017). Link

Grieve, J. and Clarke, I. (2017). Stylistic variation in the @realDonaldTrump Twitter account and the stylistic typicality of the Pled Tweet. Rpubs, 11/12/2017.

Grant, T., Clarke, I. and Grieve, J. (2017). "The Great EMC Twitter Experiment – Forensic Linguistics and Individual Language Style." English and Media Centre emagazine 77: 6—8. London: EMC. Link