Articles & chapters

Lutzky, Ursula. 2021. “‘You keep saying you’re sorry’. Exploring the use of sorry in customer communication on Twitter”. Discourse, Context & Media 39. 

Lutzky, Ursula. 2021. “Initiating direct speech in Early Modern English prose fiction and witness depositions”. In Grund, Peter J. and Walker, Terry (eds.). Speech Representation in the History of English. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 51-72.

Lutzky, Ursula. 2020. “Digital media and business communication”. In Friginal, Eric and Hardy, Jack A. (eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Approaches to Discourse Analysis. London: Routledge, 394-407.

Nevala, Minna, Lutzky, Ursula. 2019. “Pragmatic explorations of reference and identity in public discourses”. In Lutzky, Ursula and Nevala, Minna (eds.). Reference and Identity in Public Discourses. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1-16.

Lutzky, Ursula and Lawson, Robert. 2019. “Gender politics and discourses of #mansplaining, #manspreading, and #manterruption on Twitter”. Social Media + Society 5(3). Open Access.

Lutzky, Ursula. 2019. “‘But it is not prov’d’. A sociopragmatic study of the discourse marker but in the Early Modern English courtroom”. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 20(1), 1-19.

Lutzky, Ursula and Kehoe, Andrew. 2019. “‘Friends don’t let friends go Brexiting without a mandate’: changing discourses of Brexit in The Guardian”. In Koller, Veronika, Kopf, Susanne and Miglbauer, Marlene (eds.). Discourses of Brexit. Oxon: Routledge, 104-120.

Lutzky, Ursula and Gee, Matt. 2018. “‘I just found your blog’. The pragmatics of initiating comments on blog posts”. Journal of Pragmatics 129, 173-184.

Lutzky, Ursula and Kehoe, Andrew. 2017. “‘Oops, I didn’t mean to be so flippant’. A corpus pragmatic analysis of apologies in blog data”. Journal of Pragmatics 116, 27-36.

Lutzky, Ursula and Kehoe, Andrew. 2017. “‘I apologise for my poor blogging’: Searching for apologies in the Birmingham Blog Corpus”. Corpus Pragmatics 1(1), 37-56.

Lutzky, Ursula. 2016. “Exploring the characterisation of social ranks in Early Modern English comedies”. In Nevala, Minna, Lutzky, Ursula, Mazzon, Gabriella and Suhr, Carla (eds.). The Pragmatics and Stylistics of Identity Construction and Characterisation (Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change in English 17). Helsinki: VARIENG.

Lutzky, Ursula, Mazzon, Gabriella, Nevala, Minna and Suhr, Carla. 2016. “From fact to fiction: Exploring the potential of pragmatic and stylistic analyses in the history of English”. In Nevala, Minna, Lutzky, Ursula, Mazzon, Gabriella and Suhr, Carla (eds.). The Pragmatics and Stylistics of Identity Construction and Characterisation (Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change in English 17). Helsinki: VARIENG.

Lutzky, Ursula and Kehoe, Andrew. 2016. “Your blog is (the) shit. A corpus linguistic approach to the identification of swearing in computer mediated communication”. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 21(2), 165-191.

Lawson, Robert and Lutzky, Ursula. 2016. “Not getting a word in edgeways? Language, gender, and identity in a British comedy panel show”. Discourse, Context & Media 13, 143-153.

Lutzky, Ursula. 2015. “Quotations in Early Modern English witness depositions”. In Arendholz, Jenny, Bublitz, Wolfram and Kirner, Monika (eds.). The Pragmatics of Quoting Now and Then. Berlin: De Gruyter, 343-367.

Lutzky, Ursula. 2013. “Early Modern English discourse markers – a feature of female speech?”. In Mazzon, Gabriella and Fodde, Luisanna (eds.). Historical Perspectives on Forms of English Dialogue. Naples: Franco Angeli Editore, 80-98.

Lutzky, Ursula and Demmen, Jane. 2013. “Pray in Early Modern English drama”. Journal of Historical Pragmatics 14(2), 263-284.

Lutzky, Ursula. 2012. “Why and what in Early Modern English drama”. In Markus, Manfred, Iyeiri, Yoko and Heuberger, Reinhard (eds.). Middle and Modern English Corpus Linguistics: a Multi-Dimensional Approach. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 177-189.

Nikolaus, Ritt, Lutzky, Ursula, Illes, Theresa and Sommerer, Lotte. 2010. “Historical linguistics in modern English Studies curricula: the Viennese Approach”. Views 19(4), 52-65.

Lutzky, Ursula. 2008. “The discourse marker marry – a sociopragmatic analysis”. Views 17(2), 3-20.

Lutzky, Ursula. 2006. “Discourse markers? Well… Delimiting the basic features of discourse markers”. Views 15(1), 3-24.

Lutzky, Ursula. 2004. “Negative prefixes in Middle English: a corpus-based study of dis-, in-, mis– & un”. Views 13(2), 24-51.

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