Gwen Bouvier
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What is a discourse approach to Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and other social media: connecting with other academic fields?
G Bouvier
Journal of Multicultural Discourses 10 (2), 149-162, 2015
How Facebook Users Select Identity Categories for Self-presentation
G Bouvier
Journal of Multicultural Discourses 7 (1), 37-57, 2012
Critical discourse analysis and the challenges and opportunities of social media
G Bouvier, D Machin
Review of Communication 18 (3), 178-192, 2018
How journalists source trending social media feeds: A critical discourse perspective on Twitter
G Bouvier
Journalism Studies 20 (2), 212-231, 2019
“Breaking News”: The First Hours of BBC Coverage of 9/11 as a Media Event
G Bouvier
Marquette Books, 2007
Cross-Cultural Communication: Arab and Welsh students’ use of Facebook
G Barry, Wail and Bouvier
Journal of Arab and Muslim Media Research 4 (2-3), 165-184, 2012
Discourse in clothing: the social semiotics of modesty and chic in hijab fashion.
G Bouvier
Gender & Language 10 (3), 2016
Clothing and meaning making: a multimodal approach to women’s abayas
G Bouvier
Visual Communication 17 (2), 187-207, 2018
British press photographs and the misrepresentation of the 2011 ‘uprising’in Libya: A content analysis
G Bouvier
Visual Communication. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 281-299, 2014
From ‘echo chambers’ to ‘chaos chambers’: Discursive coherence and contradiction in the# MeToo Twitter feed
G Bouvier
Critical Discourse Studies, 1-17, 2020
Discourse and Social Media
G Bouvier
Routledge, 2016
What is a discourse approach to Twitter
G Bouvier
Facebook, YouTube and other social media: connecting with other academic fields, 2015
How Advertisers Use Sound and Music to Communicate Ideas, Attitudes and Identities: A Multimodal Critical Discourse Approach
D Bouvier, Gwen and Machin
The Multimodal Analysis of Television Advertising, 2013
Racist call-outs and cancel culture on Twitter: The limitations of the platform’s ability to define issues of social justice
G Bouvier
Discourse, Context & Media 38, 100431, 2020
Twitter, social movements and the logic of connective action: Activism in the 21st century–an introduction
JE Rosenbaum, G Bouvier
Social media and its impact on intercultural communication: The challenges for a discourse approach
G Bouvier
Journal of Communication Arts 34 (3), 2016
What gets lost in Twitter ‘cancel culture’hashtags? Calling out racists reveals some limitations of social justice campaigns
G Bouvier, D Machin
Discourse & Society 32 (3), 307-327, 2021
Revealing the politics in ‘soft’, everyday uses of social media: the challenge for Critical Discourse Studies
L Way, G Bouvier
Social Semiotics, 2021
Twitter, the Public Sphere, and the Chaos of Online Deliberation
G Bouvier, JE Rosenbaum
Palgrave Macmillan, 2020
Afterword: Is social media activism really activism?
G Bouvier
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