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Publications:  Dr Nelya Koteyko

Atanasova D, Koteyko N, Brown B, Crawford P(2019). Mental health and the media: From illness to wellbeing. Sociology Compass vol. 13, (5)
Koteyko N, Hunt D(2018). Special issue: Discourse analysis perspectives on online health communication. Discourse, Context and Media vol. 25, 1-4.
KOTEYKO N, ATANASOVA D(2018). Mental health advocacy on Twitter: Positioning in Depression Awareness Week tweets. Discourse, Context and Media
Pounds G, Hunt D, Koteyko N(2018). Expression of empathy in a Facebook-based diabetes support group. Discourse, Context and Media
Atanasova D, Koteyko N(2017). Obesity frames and counter-frames in British and German online newspapers. Health (United Kingdom) vol. 21, (6) 650-669.
Atanasova D, Koteyko N(2017). Metaphors in Guardian Online and Mail Online Opinion-page Content on Climate Change: War, Religion, and Politics. Environmental Communication vol. 11, (4) 452-469.
Atanasova D, Koteyko N, Brown B, Crawford P(2017). Representations of mental health and arts participation in the national and local British press, 2007-2015. Health (London)1363459317708823-1363459317708823.
Atanasova D, Koteyko N(2017). Metaphors in online editorials and op-eds about climate change, 2006-2013: A study of Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The Role of Language in the Climate Change Debate,
Koteyko N, Hunt D(2016). Performing health identities on social media: An online observation of Facebook profiles. Discourse, Context and Media vol. 12, Article C, 59-67.
Koteyko N, Atanasova D(2016). Metaphor and the representation of scientific issues: Climate change in print and online media. The Routledge Handbook of Metaphor and Language,
Pearce W, Brown B, Nerlich B, Koteyko N(2015). Communicating climate change: Conduits, content, and consensus. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change vol. 6, (6) 613-626.
Koteyko N, Nerlich B, Hellsten I(2015). Editorial: Climate change communication and the internet: Challenges and opportunities for research. Environmental Communication vol. 9, (2) 149-152.
Koteyko N, Hunt D, Gunter B(2015). Expectations in the field of the Internet and health: An analysis of claims about social networking sites in clinical literature. Sociology of Health and Illness vol. 37, (3) 468-484.
Hunt D, Koteyko N, Gunter B(2015). UK policy on social networking sites and online health: From informed patient to informed consumer?. Digit Health vol. 1,
Touri M, Koteyko N(2015). Using corpus linguistic software in the extraction of news frames: towards a dynamic process of frame analysis in journalistic texts. International Journal of Social Research Methodology vol. 18, (6) 601-616.
Hunt D, Koteyko N(2015). ‘What was your blood sugar reading this morning?’ Representing diabetes self-management on Facebook. Discourse and Society vol. 26, (4) 445-463.
Koteyko N(2014). Language and politics in post-Soviet Russia: A corpus assisted approach.
Fløttum K, Gjesdal AM, Gjerstad Ø, Koteyko N, Salway A(2014). Representations of the future in English language blogs on climate change. Global Environmental Change vol. 29, 213-222.
Gunter B, Koteyko N, Atanasova D(2014). Sentiment analysis: A market-relevant and reliable measure of public feeling?. International Journal of Market Research vol. 56, (2) 231-247.
Touri M, Koteyko N(2014). Using corpus linguistic software in the extraction of news frames: towards a dynamic process of frame analysis in journalistic texts. International Journal of Social Research Methodology
Jaspal R, Nerlich B, Koteyko N(2013). Contesting Science by Appealing to Its Norms: Readers Discuss Climate Science in the Daily Mail. Science Communication vol. 35, (3) 383-410.
Koteyko N, Jaspal R, Nerlich B(2013). Climate change and 'climategate' in online reader comments: A mixed methods study. Geographical Journal vol. 179, (1) 74-86.
Harvey K, Koteyko N(2012). Exploring health communication: Language in action.
Armstrong N, Koteyko N, Powell J(2012). 'Oh dear, should I really be saying that on here?': Issues of identity and authority in an online diabetes community. Health (United Kingdom) vol. 16, (4) 347-365.
Atanasova D, Koteyko N, Gunter B(2012). Obesity in the news: Directions for future research. Obesity Reviews vol. 13, (6) 554-559.
Nerlich B, Koteyko N(2012). Crying wolf? Biosecurity and metacommunication in the context of the 2009 swine flu pandemic. Health and Place vol. 18, (4) 710-717.
Koteyko N(2012). Managing carbon emissions: A discursive presentation of 'market-driven sustainability' in the British media. Language and Communication vol. 32, (1) 24-35.
Koteyko N(2010). Balancing the good, the bad and the better: A discursive perspective on probiotics and healthy eating. Health vol. 14, (6) 585-602.
Koteyko N(2010). Mining the internet for linguistic and social data: An analysis of 'carbon compounds' in web feeds. Discourse and Society vol. 21, (6) 655-674.
Crawford P, Brown B, Nerlich B, Koteyko N(2010). Nutritional altruism and functional food: Lay discourses on probiotics. Sociology of Health and Illness vol. 32, (5) 745-760.
Nerlich B, Koteyko N(2010). Carbon gold rush and carbon cowboys: A new chapter in green mythology?. Environmental Communication vol. 4, (1) 37-53.
Koteyko N, Thelwall M, Nerlich B(2010). From carbon markets to carbon morality: Creative compounds as framing devices in online discourses on climate change mitigation. Science Communication vol. 32, (1) 25-54.
Nerlich B, Koteyko N, Brown B(2010). Theory and language of climate change communication. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change vol. 1, (1) 97-110.
Nerlich B, Koteyko N(2009). Compounds, creativity and complexity in climate change communication: The case of 'carbon indulgences'. Global Environmental Change vol. 19, (3) 345-353.
Currie G, Koteyko N, Nerlich B(2009). The dynamics of professions and development of new roles in public services organizations: The case of modern matrons in the english NHS. Public Administration vol. 87, (2) 295-311.
Koteyko N(2009). Applied linguistics as a social science. LANGUAGE AWARENESS vol. 18, (2) 220-222.
Nerlich B, Koteyko N(2009). Carbon Reduction Activism in the UK: Lexical Creativity and Lexical Framing in the Context of Climate Change. ENVIRONMENTAL COMMUNICATION-A JOURNAL OF NATURE AND CULTURE vol. 3, (2) 206-223.
Nerlich B, Koteyko N(2009). MRSA-Portrait of a superbug: A media drama in Three Acts. Metaphor and Discourse,
Koteyko N, Brown B, Crawford P(2008). The dead parrot and the dying swan: The role of metaphor scenarios in UK press coverage of avian flu in the UK in 2005-2006. Metaphor and Symbol vol. 23, (4) 242-261.
Koteyko N, Carter R(2008). Discourse of 'transformational leadership' in infection control. Health vol. 12, (4) 479-499.
Brown B, Crawford P, Nerlich B, Koteyko N(2008). The habitus of hygiene: Discourses of cleanliness and infection control in nursing work. Social Science and Medicine vol. 67, (7) 1047-1055.
Crawford P, Brown B, Nerlich B, Koteyko N(2008). The 'moral careers' of microbes and the rise of the matrons: An analysis of UK national press coverage of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) 1995-2006. Health, Risk and Society vol. 10, (4) 331-347.
Koteyko N, Nerlich B, Crawford P, Wright N(2008). 'Not rocket science' or 'no silver bullet'? Media and government discourses about MRSA and cleanliness. Applied Linguistics vol. 29, (2) 223-243.
Nerlich B, Koteyko N(2008). Balancing food risks and food benefits: The coverage of probiotics in the UK national press. Sociological Research Online vol. 13, (3)
Koteyko N, Nerlich B(2008). Modern matrons and infection control practices: Aspirations and realities. British Journal of Infection Control vol. 9, (2) 18-22.
Nerlich B, Koteyko N(2001). Crying wolf? Biosecurity and metacommunication in the context of the 2009 swine flu pandemic. New Scientist vol. 172, (2314)
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