Conferences and Papers


ARTICLES AND RESEARCH REPORTS

McClaughlin, E., Clancy, C., Cooke, F. (2021). Donkey Discourse: Corpus Linguistics and Charity Communications for Improved Animal Welfare. Manuscript submitted for publication.

McClaughlin, E., Nichele, E., Adolphs, S., Barnard, P., Clos, J., Knight, D., McAuley, D., & Lang, A. 
(2021). Public health messaging by political leaders: a corpus linguistic analysis of COVID-19 speeches delivered by Boris Johnson. (Report No. SR02). University of Nottingham. https://nottingham-repository.worktribe.com/output/6059760

McClaughlin, E., Nichele, E., Adolphs, S., Barnard, P., Clos, J., Knight, D., McAuley, D., & Lang, A. (2021). Using online news comments to gather fast feedback on issues with public health messaging: The Guardian as a case study. (Report No. SR01). University of Nottingham. https://nottingham-repository.worktribe.com/output/5717332

CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

McClaughlin, E., Nichele, E., Adolphs, S., Barnard, P., Clos, J., Knight, D., McAuley, D., & Lang, A. (2021, August 23). Health inequalities and Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic populations: Insights from the Coronavirus Discourses project. [Conference presentation]. Public Health Wales Research & Evaluation Conference. Research in Action: COVID-19 and Beyond. Cardiff, UK.

McClaughlin, E. & Cooke, F. (2021, 13–16 July) 'You absolute donkey': Challenging stereotypes for animal welfare, a corpus-assisted discourse studies approach. Corpus Linguistics 2021, University of Limerick, ROI.

McClaughlin, E., Nichele, E., Adolphs, S., Barnard, P., Clos, J., Knight, D., McAuley, D., & Lang, A. (2021, June 7). Introduction to the Coronavirus Discourses projectPublic Health, Communication and Healthcare Knowledge Exchange Workshop, University of Exeter, UK.

McClaughlin, E., & Pieczka, M. (2021, June 15) Legacy media. Leadership and Trust: Public Communication of COVID in Scotland. Leadership and Trust Seminar Event. Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, UK.

McClaughlin, E. & Clancy, C. (2020, 3–5 SeptemberDumb ass? Linguistic representations of donkeys in UK popular media and implications for welfare. The 29th Int. Society for Anthrozoology Annual Conference, University of Liverpool, UK.

McClaughlin, E. (2017, 
24–28 July) Badgers, hedgehogs and squirrels: a diachronic corpus-assisted discourse study of British wildlife in the news. The 9th Int. Corpus Linguistics Conference, University of Birmingham.

Drasovean, A. & McClaughlin, E. (2017, 
24–28 July) Animals and their places in news discourse: insights from cross-linguistic and diachronic perspectives, 9th Int. Corpus Linguistics Conference, University of Birmingham.

Sealey, A. and McClaughlin, E. (2016, 
29 June). Introduction to the 'People', 'Products, 'Pests', and 'Pets' project. Being Human: Perspectives from Biosemiotics and Ecolinguistics, University of Gloucestershire, UK.

McClaughlin, E. (2016, 
8–9 April). Alien invaders and handsome little villains: a diachronic collocates analysis of the grey and red squirrel in news texts 1825-2005. Diachronic Corpora, Genre and Language Change conference, Nottingham University.

McClaughlin, E. (2015, 
24 April). British wildlife in the news: the discursive representation of the grey squirrel. BELP 2015 conference, University of Birmingham, UK.

McClaughlin, E. (2014, 11 December). The discursive representation of British wildlife: planning a diachronic corpus study. University of Hertfordshire Seminar Series, University of Hertfordshire, UK.



PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT EVENTS
Science Museum ‘Lates’, Food and Drink, 28 Sep 2016 

Campus in the City, Talking about Animals, 26 Apr 2016 

Dissemination Event for the 'People', 'Products', 'Pests' and 'Pets': the discursive representation of animals project, King’s College London, 22 May 2015