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Alon Lischinsky's research publications

This is a complete list of my publications and conference presentations organised by broad topic, in reverse chronological order.

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Gender and sexuality

Branding and organisational communication

  • Lischinsky, A. (2017). Critical Discourse Studies and Branding. In: Flowerdew, J., & Richardson, J. (eds). Routledge Handbook of Critical Discourse Analysis (pp 540–552). Routledge. doi:10.4324/9781315739342-37
  • Lischinsky, A. (2017). Discourses of sustainable development in annual reports: a corpus approach. Keynote paper presented to the The Annual Report — Words, Images and Numbers symposium, Pufendorf Institute, Lund.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2015). What is the environment doing in my report? Analyzing the environment-as-stakeholder thesis through corpus linguistics. Environmental Communication, 9(4):539–559. doi:10.1080/17524032.2014.967705
  • Lischinsky, A., & Egan Sjölander, A. (2014). Talking green in the public sphere: Press releases, corporate voices and the environment. NORDICOM Review: Nordic Research on Media and Communication, 35:125–139. doi:10.2478/nor-2014-0108
  • Lischinsky, A. & Egan Sjölander, A. (2013) Corporate voices in the public sphere: PR and the environment [Paper presentation]. 2013 Conference on Communication and Environment, Uppsala.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2013) What's the environment doing in my report? [Paper presentation]. Corpus Linguistics 2013 Conference, Lancaster.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2012). Wikipedia och kampen om sanningen [Wikipedia and the struggle over meaning]. In: Lindgren, S. (ed). Nya medier och kommunikation. Makt och meningsskapande i den digitala tidsåldern [New media and communication. Power and the making of meaning in the digital age] (pp. 168–179). Gleerups.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2012). Misinformed participation: corporate greenwash and the exclusion of consumers from environmental decision-making [Paper presentation]. 2nd International Sociological Association Forum, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2011). In times of crisis: a corpus approach to the construction of the global financial crisis in annual reports. Critical Discourse Studies, 8(3):153–168. doi:10.1080/17405904.2011.589231
  • Lischinsky, A. (2011). ‘We believe we are a constructive partner in society’: A corpus perspective on the discursive construction of a corporate self in annual reports. In: Egan Sjölander, A., & Gunnarsson Payne, J. (eds). Tracking discourses: politics, identity and social change (pp. 257–285). Nordic Academic Press.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2011). ‘We believe we are a constructive partner in society’: A corpus perspective on the discursive construction of a corporate self in annual reports [Paper presentation]. Rhetoric in Society III Conference, Antwerp.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2010). Writing the reader in: Titling practices in popular management. In: Lorés-Sanz, R., Mur-Dueñas, P., & Lafuente-Millán, E. (eds). Constructing Interpersonality: multiple perspectives and applications to written academic discourse (pp. 275–294). Cambridge Publishing Scholars.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2010). ‘At times of crisis, communication is vital’: A corpus perspective on the discursive construction of critical events in annual reports. In: Reed, C., Keenoy, T., Oswick, C., Sabelis, I., & Ybema, S. (eds). Organizational discourse: crises, corruption, character and change (pp. 127–129). KMCP.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2010). ‘Our business acumen has proved to be invaluable in times of crisis’: A corpus perspective on the discursive construction of critical events in annual reports [Paper presentation]. 9th International Conference on Organizational Discourse, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2010). The struggle over sustainability: a corpus approach to managerial conceptions of sustainable development [Paper presentation]. CADAAD'10 Conference “Ideology, identity and interaction”, Łódź, Poland.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2010). The business conception of sustainable development: a view from corpus linguistics [Paper presentation]. IAMCR 2010 Conference “Communication and citizenship”, Braga, Portugal.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2009). The narrative construction of managerial expertise. Storytelling in popular management books [Paper presentation]. International Conference on Narrative, Birmingham, UK.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2009). Talking like you mean business. Metadiscourse in popular books on management [Paper presentation]. XXVII AESLA International Conference, Ciudad Real, Spain.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2008). Examples as persuasive argument in popular management literature. Discourse & Communication, 2(3):243–269. doi:10.1177/1750481308091907
  • Lischinsky, A. (2008). Titling practices in popular management books [Paper presentation]. Interpersonality in Written Academic Discourse Conference: Perspective across Languages and Cultures, Jaca, Spain.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2008). Lo que el dinero no puede comprar. Higiene verbal en la recepción de la jerga gerencial [What money can’t buy: verbal hygiene in the public understanding of managerial jargon] [Paper presentation]. XII Jornadas Nacionales de Investigadores en Comunicación, Rosario, Argentina.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2008). At the crossroads of language, class and culture: Responses to managerial jargon in Spanish [Paper presentation]. 4th International Conference of Hispanic Linguistics & 2nd Biennial Meeting of the International Association for the Study of Spanish in Society “Spanish at work”, Swansea, UK.
  • Lischinsky, A. & Antonini, C. (2008). Dollars are green too. A discourse-based approach to the analysis of corporate social responsibility reports [Paper presentation]. II European Communication Conference “Communication Policies and Culture in Europe”, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2007). Examples as persuasive communication in popular management literature [Paper presentation]. XIV Susanne Hübner International Seminar, Zaragoza, Spain.

Other projects

  • Lischinsky, A. (2015). Modelling interpersonal dimensions in presidential discourse [Paper presentation]. iMean 4 Conference, Warwick, UK.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2014). Modelling Argentine presidential discourse (2007–2014): a computational approach [Paper presentation]. CADAAD’14 Conference, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2012). Framing analysis across the disciplines? (Critical) discourse studies in interdisciplinary research projects [Paper presentation]. CADAAD’12 Conference, Braga, Portugal.
  • Coromines, D., Lischinsky, A. & Valls, M. (2009). La redacció del Treball de Fi de Grau: Proposta didàctica per superar les mancances de la competència escrita acadèmica dels estudiants [Writing final year projects: a pedagogic proposal to improve the teaching of academic writing] [Paper presentation]. Jornades de Docència 2009, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Morales, O. A., & Lischinsky, A. (2008). Discriminación a través de las ilustraciones de libros de texto de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria en España. Discurso & Sociedad, 2(1), 115–152.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2007). Un caso de doble discurso en política: contraargumentos del gobierno español al racismo discursivo de la oposición parlamentaria. Discurso & Sociedad, 1(1):3–65.
  • Lischinsky, A. (2007) “Show, don’t tell”. Racism in the visual depiction of the other in high school textbooks [Paper presentation]. II Language Ideologies and Media Discourse Conference, Leeds, UK.