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Potts, Amanda and Semino, Elena 2019. Cancer as a metaphor. Metaphor and Symbol 34 (2) , pp. 81-95. 10.1080/10926488.2019.1611723

Potts, Amanda and Ylanne, Virpi 2018. “Forget the stroppy, whingeing young who blame us wrinklies for Brexit!” A corpus-based discourse analysis of media representation of voter age and identity following the EU Referendum. Presented at: Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines, Aalborg, Denmark, 4-6 July 2018.

Potts, Amanda 2018. Making a patchwork quilt or Frankenstein’s monster? Interdisiplinarity and collaboration in CADS. Presented at: 4th International Corpora and Discourse International Conference (CAD 2018), Lancaster University, UK, 22-24 June 2018.

Potts, Amanda and Weare, Siobhan 2018. Mother, Monster, Mrs, I: A critical evaluation of gendered naming strategies in English sentencing remarks of women who kill. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 31 (1) , pp. 21-52. 10.1007/s11196-017-9523-z
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Potts, Amanda 2017. Interdisciplinary approaches: Doing discourse analysis in a mixing pot or a whirlpool? Presented at: Research on Languages & Linguistics (ROLLS), University of Sussex, UK, 2 December 2017.

Potts, Amanda 2017. Corpus linguistics: One size fits all? Exploring (and exploiting) methods to analyse small and large corpora of public and professional discourse. Presented at: Quantitative Lexicology and Variational Linguistics (QLVL) Meeting, KU Leuven, Belgium, 30 August 2017.

Potts, Amanda 2017. Murderer, mother, slave, or skivvy: XML annotation to enable social actor analysis in a small corpus of English sentencing remarks for women who kill. Presented at: Corpus Linguistics 2017, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK, 24 - 28 July 2017.

Potts, Amanda and Semino, Elena 2017. Healthcare professionals' online use of violence metaphors for care at the end of life in the US: a corpus-based comparison with the UK. Corpora 12 (1) , pp. 55-84. 10.3366/cor.2017.0109

Potts, Amanda 2016. Women who kill: methods to explore the doubly deviant identity in English sentencing remarks. Presented at: Language and Identity in Law and Evidence (BAAL/Routledge Research Development Workshop 2016), Nottingham Trent University, 19 September 2016.

Potts, Amanda and Kjær, Anne Lise 2016. Constructing achievement in the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY): A corpus-based critical discourse analysis. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 29 (3) , pp. 525-555. 10.1007/s11196-015-9440-y
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Potts, Amanda 2016. Semantic annotation. In: Baker, Paul and Egbert, Jesse eds. Triangulating Methodological Approaches in Corpus Linguistic Research, Routledge Advances in Corpus Linguistics, vol. 17. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 57-72.

Potts, Amanda and Weare, Siobhan 2016. Corpus linguistics, law and women who kill: an intersection around homicide. Presented at: Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, USA, 2-5 June 2016.

Potts, Amanda and Weare, Siobhan 2016. Women who kill: a legal-linguistic analysis of identity construction after homicide. Presented at: 9th International Gender and Language Association (IGALA) Conference, City University, Hong Kong, China, 19-21 May 2016.

Weare, Siobhan and Potts, Amanda 2016. Corpus linguistic approaches to women who kill: explorations of gendered identities and agency in sentencing remarks. Presented at: Socio-Legal Studies Association (SLSA) 2016 Annual Conference, Lancaster University, UK, 5-7 April, 2016.

Potts, Amanda and Weare, Siobhan 2015. Women who kill: exploring constructions of gender and agency in English sentencing remarks. Presented at: Corpus Linguistics in the South 10, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK, 28 November 2015.

Potts, Amanda 2015. Considering the role of professional YouTube content creators in producing pro-social commenting communities of practice. Presented at: 6th International Language in the Media Conference, University of Hamburg, Germany, 07. - 09. September 2015.

Potts, Amanda 2015. Key semantic tagging for triangulating methodological approaches. Presented at: Corpus Linguistics 2015, Lancaster University, UK, 21-24 July 2015.

Potts, Amanda 2015. A corpus-based discourse analytical approach to analysing frequency and impact of deviations from formulaic legal language by the ICTY. Presented at: Corpus Linguistics 2015, Lancaster University, UK, 21st to 24th July 2015.

Potts, Amanda 2015. Considering YouTube fandoms as pro-social communities of practice. Presented at: Topics in Corpus Linguistics for Social Media Research, Lancaster University, UK, 20th July 2015.

Learmonth, Mark, Potts, Amanda and Mautner, Gerlinde 2015. Making Administrative Science Quarterly a corpus: methods and emerging results. Presented at: Seminar on Contributions to Management and Organisation Studies of Corpus Linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis, Durham, UK, 16 April 2015.

Potts, Amanda, Bednarek, M. and Caple, H. 2015. How can computer-based methods help researchers to investigate news values in large datasets? A corpus linguistic study of the construction of newsworthiness in the reporting on Hurricane Katrina. Discourse & Communication 9 (2) , pp. 149-172. 10.1177/1750481314568548
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Potts, Amanda and Kjaer, Anne Lise 2015. The discursive construction of law, fact, and legitimacy: A corpus-linguistic study of the discourse of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY). Presented at: 18th Annual Conference for Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., USA, 6-7 March 2015.

Potts, Amanda 2015. Hosting the 2012 Paralympics as a way of expanding and improving British discourses on disability. Presented at: Quo vadis Olympism: A Multidisciplinary Exploration, University of Birmingham, UK,

Potts, Amanda 2015. 'Love you guys (No Homo)': how gamers and fans play with sexuality, gender, and Minecraft on YouTube. Critical Discourse Studies 12 (2) , pp. 163-186. 10.1080/17405904.2014.974635
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Potts, Amanda 2015. Filtering the flood: semantic tagging as a method of identifying salient discourse topics in a large corpus of Hurricane Katrina reportage. In: Baker, Paul and McEnery, Tony eds. Corpora and Discourse Studies: Integrating Discourse and Corpora, Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 285-304.

Potts, Amanda, Simm, Will, Whittle, Jon and Unger, Johann W. 2014. Exploring 'success' in digitally augmented activism: A triangulated approach to analyzing UK activist Twitter use. Discourse, Context & Media 6 , pp. 65-76. 10.1016/j.dcm.2014.08.008

Potts, Amanda 2014. How gamers and fans play with sexuality, gender and Minecraft on YouTube. Presented at: Corpus Linguistics in the South 8: Voices from Below - Corpus Linguistics and Social Media, University of Reading, UK,

Potts, Amanda and Kjaer, Anne Lise 2014. Corpus-based critical discourse analysis as a method of exploring underlying ideologies and self-representation strategies in legal texts. Presented at: CADAAD 2014, Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest, Hungary,

Potts, Amanda 2014. How can using corpus linguistics methods expose hidden meanings made in modern-day reporting on WWI and WWII? Presented at: Historical Uncertainties & Linguistic Constructions, European Centre of Linguistics, Heidelberg University, Germany,

Potts, Amanda 2014. "Marriage is a societal construct": stance and argumentation in online news article comments on the topic of same-sex marriage in the UK. Presented at: 7th Biennial IVACS Conference: Corpus Linguistics: the Future?, Newcastle University, UK, 19-21 June 2014.

Potts, Amanda 2014. Key semantic domain analysis as a method of exploring underlying ideologies and self-representation strategies in legal texts. Presented at: Second Asia Pacific Corpus Linguistics Conference, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, 07. - 09. March 2014.

Potts, Amanda 2014. Natural language corpora and how to access them: a demonstration. Presented at: Mapping the Cultural Authority of Science Summit, Bilgi University, Istanbul, Turkey,

Potts, Amanda 2013. 'I think we’d rather be called survivors': a corpus-based critical discourse analysis of the semantic preferences of referential strategies in Hurricane Katrina news articles as indicators of ideology. Presented at: 5th International Language in the Media Conference, Queen Mary University, London, UK, 28. - 30. September 2013.

Potts, Amanda 2013. Social interaction and (im)politeness in digital communication: Exploring the potential of corpus-related approaches. Presented at: Politeness and Impoliteness in Digital Communication, Lancaster University, 20 September 2013.

Potts, Amanda 2013. The application of corpus linguistics in social science research: a case study from the annual reports from the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. Presented at: Law as Text in Context: International Case Law from a Discourse Perspective, iCourts, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, 28. August 2013.

Potts, Amanda 2013. Automated semantic categorisation of collocates to identify salient domains: a corpus-based critical discourse analysis of naming strategies for people with HIV/AIDS. Presented at: Corpus Linguistics 2013, Lancaster University, UK, 22nd to 26th July 2013.

McEnery, Tony, Potts, Amanda and Xiao, Richard 2013. Is there a reputational benefit to hosting the Olympics and Paralympics? A corpus-based investigation. Presented at: Corpus Linguistics 2013, Lancaster University, UK, 22nd to 26th July 2013.

Mohamed, Ghada, Potts, Amanda and Hardie, Andrew 2013. AraSAS: a semantic tagger for Arabic. Presented at: Second Workshop on Arabic Corpus Linguistics, Lancaster University, UK, 22nd July 2013.

Baker, Paul and Potts, Amanda 2013. "Why do white people have thin lips"? Google and the perpetuation of stereotypes via auto-complete search forms. Critical Discourse Studies 10 (2) , pp. 187-204. 10.1080/17405904.2012.744320

McEnery, Tony, Potts, Amanda and Xiao, Richard 2013. London 2012 Games Media Impact Study. [Project Report]. Department for Culture Media and Sport. Available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploa...
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Potts, Amanda 2012. The homeland refugee: metaphorical statelessness in American disaster reporting. Presented at: Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines, University of Braga, Portugal, 04. - 06. July 2012.

Potts, Amanda and Baker, Paul 2012. Does semantic tagging identify cultural change in British and American English? International journal of corpus linguistics 17 (3) , pp. 295-324. 10.1075/ijcl.17.3.01pot

Potts, Amanda 2009. Arm’s length: Hurricane Katrina and distancing. Presented at: Free Linguistics Conference 2009, University of Sydney, Australia,

Snyder, Bill, Mahboob, Ahmar and Potts, Amanda 2009. Is ELT good work? A NEST/NNEST perspective. Presented at: 43rd Annual International Conference of TESOL, Denver, CO, USA,

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