Journal articles

[46] Inwood, I.& Zappavigna, M. (in press). The legitimation of screenshots as visual evidence in social media: YouTube videos spreading misinformation and disinformation. Visual Communication.

[45] Han, J & Zappavigna, M. (2024). Multimodal rhythm in TikTok videos: Exploring a recontextualization of the Gillard ‘Misogyny Speech’. Multimodality & Society. 4(1), 

[44] Newton, G., Zappavigna, M., Drysdale, K &  Newman, CE. (2024). From lived experience to lived expertise: How donor-conceived witnesses claim and sustain epistemic authority. Journal of Pragmatics. 221, 89-104.

[43] Zappavigna, M. (2023). Hack your corpus analysis: How AI can assist corpus linguists deal with messy social media data [Short Communication]. Journal of Applied Corpus Linguistics. 3(3).

[42] Etaywe, A. & Zappavigna, M. (2023). The role of social affiliation in incitement: A social semiotic approach to far-right terrorists’ incitement to violence. Language in Society. 1-26. doi:10.1017/S0047404523000404

[41] Dynel, M. & Zappavigna, M. (2023). 'Enacting polyvocal scorn in #CovidConspiracy tweets: The orchestration of voices in humorous responses to COVID-19 conspiracy theories'. Discourse, Context & Media. 52,

[40] Inwood, O. & Zappavigna, M. (2023).  'Conspiracy Theories and White Supremacy on YouTube: Exploring Affiliation and Legitimation Strategies in YouTube Comments'. Social Media & Society. 52100670,

[39] Inwood, O. & Zappavigna, M. (2022).  'A Systemic Functional Linguistics Approach to Analysing White Supremacist and Conspiratorial Discourse on YouTube'. The Communication Review (Special Issue on Mediatizations of Societal Threats in the Information Age), 25 (3-4), 204-234.

[38] Zappavigna, M. & Dreyfus, S. (2022). “during these pandemic times”: The role of temporal circumstances in ambient affiliation about COVID-19 on TwitterDiscourse, Context & Media. 47.

[37] Newton, G.,  Drysdale, K., Zappavigna, M., & Newman, C. (2022) Truth, proof, sleuth: trust in direct-to-consumer DNA testing and other sources of identity information among Australian donor-conceived people. Sociology.

[35] Newton, G., Zappavigna, M., Drysdale, K & Newman, C. (2022). More than humour: Memes as bonding icons for belonging among donor-conceived people. Social Media & Society.

[34] Zappavigna, M. & Logi, L. (2021). Emoji in social media discourse about working from home 🖥🏡☕️. Discourse, Context & Media. 44

[32] Makki, M. & Zappavigna, M. (2021). Out-grouping and ambient affiliation in Donald Trump’s tweets about Iran. Pragmatics.

[31]  Logi, L. & Zappavigna, M. (2021). Impersonated personae – paralanguage, dialogism and affiliation in stand-up comedyHumor, 34 (3), 339-373.

[30] Zappavigna, M. & Ross, A. (2021). Intermodal configurations of value: Ideology, aesthetics, and attitude in #avotoast Instagram posts. Internet Pragmatics.

[29] Inwood, O. & Zappavigna, M. (2021). Ambient affiliation, deceptive communication, and moral panic: Negotiating social bonds in a YouTube internet hoaxDiscourse & Communication. 15(3),

[28]  Etaye, A. & Zappavigna, M. (2021 ). Identity, ideology, and threatening communication: An investigation of patterns of attitude in terrorist discourseJournal of Language Aggression and Conflict.

[27] Zappavigna, M. (2021). Ambient affiliation in comments on YouTube videos: Communing around values about ASMRJournal of Foreign Languages. 44(1), 21-40

[26] Inwood, O. & Zappavigna, M. (2021). Ideology, attitudinal positioning, and the blockchain: A social semiotic approach to understanding the values construed in the whitepapers of blockchain start-upsSocial Semiotics.

[25] Zappavigna, M. (2020). Digital intimacy and ambient embodied copresence in YouTube videos: Construing visual and aural perspective in ASMR role play videos. Visual Communication.

[24] Ross, A. & Zappavigna, M. (2020). My sport, my perspectives: Intersubjectivity in cyclist Instagram postsDiscourse, Context & Media. 34. 

[23] Logi, L. & Zappavigna, M. (2019). Dialogic resources in interactional humourJournal of Pragmatics. 153, 1-14.

[22] Zappavigna, M. (2019). The Organised Self and Lifestyle Minimalism: Multimodal Deixis and Point of View in Decluttering Vlogs on YouTube. Multimodal Communication, 8(1), 1-14. doi:10.1515/mc-2019-0001

[21] Martin, J. R., & Zappavigna, M. (2019). Embodied meaning: A Systemic Functional Perspective on paralanguage. Functional Linguistics. 6(1)

[20] Dwyer, P., Martin, J.R. & Zappavigna, M. (2019). Visions of restorative justice in theatre, theory and practice. Australasian Drama Studies. 74, 98-128.

[19] Zhao, S. & Zappavigna, M. (2018). The interplay of (semiotic) technologies and genre: The case of the selfie. Social Semiotics (special issue on Social Media as Semiotic Technology). 28(5), 665-682.

[18] Zappavigna, M. & Martin, J. R. (2018). #Communing affiliation: Social tagging as a resource for aligning around values in social media. Discourse, Context and Media (Special issue on the discourse of social tagging). 22, 4-12.

[17] Martin, J. R. & M. Zappavigna, (2018). Embodied Meaning: A systemic functional perspective on paralanguage. Contemporary Rhetoric. 2018(1) 2-29; Chinese: 詹姆斯·马丁 米歇尔·扎帕维尼娅 2018.副语言意义研究——系统功能 语言学视角。《当>代修辞学》2018(1):2-29

[16] Zhao, S. & Zappavigna, M. (2018). Beyond the self: Intersubjectivity and the social semiotic interpretation of the selfieNew Media & Society. 20(5), 1735-1754.

[15] Zappavigna, M. & Zhao, S. (2017). Selfies in 'mommyblogging': An emerging visual genreDiscourse, Context and Media (Special issue on media evolution and genre expectations). 20, 239-247.

[14] Martin, J. R., & Zappavigna, M. (2016). Rites of passion: Remorse, apology and forgiveness in youth justice conferencing. Linguistics and the Human Sciences. 12(2-3), 101-121.

[13] Martin, J. R. & Zappavigna, M. (2016). Exploring restorative justice: dialectics of theory and practice. The International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law. 23(2), 215-242.

[12] Zappavigna M. (2016). Social media photography: construing subjectivity in Instagram images. Visual Communication. 15(3), 271-92.

[11] Zappavigna, M (2015). Searchable talk: The linguistic functions of hashtags in tweets about Schapelle Corby. Global Media Journal. 9(1).

[10] Zappavigna, M. (2015) Searchable talk: The linguistic functions of hashtags. Social Semiotics. 25(3), 274-291.

[9] Zappavigna, M. (2014). enjoy your snags australia... oh and the voting thing too #ausvotes #auspol: Iconisation and affiliation in microblogging during election campaigns. Global Media Journal: Australian Edition. 8(2), 1-16.

[8] Zappavigna, M. (2014) Ambient affiliation in Microblogging: Bonding around the quotidian. Media International Australia. 151(1), 97-103.

[7] Zappavigna, M. (2014). Enacting identity in Microblogging. Discourse & Communication. 8 (2), 209-228.

[6] Zappavigna, M. & Martin, J. R. (2014). Mater Dolorosa: Negotiating support in NSW Youth justice Conferencing (M Zappavigna & J R Martin). International Journal for the Semiotics of Law. 27(2), 209-228.

[5] Martin, J R. & Zappavigna, M. (2013). Youth Justice Conferencing as ceremonial redressInternational Journal of Law, Language and Discourse. 3(2), 103–42.

[4] Martin, J.R., Zappavigna, M. & Dwyer, P. (2013). Users in uses of language: embodied identity in Youth justice Conferencing. (J R Martin, M Zappavigna & P Dwyer) Text & Talk. 33, 467-496. [reprinted in Forensic Linguistics 2012. 258-288]

[3] Zappavigna, M. (2011). Ambient Affiliation: A linguistic perspective on Twitter. New Media & Society. 13 (5), 788-806.

[2] Zappavigna, M. and Patrick, J. (2010). Eliciting tacit knowledge about requirement analysis with a Grammar-targeted Interview Method (GIM). European Journal of Information Systems. 9, 49–59.

[1] Martin, J.R., Zappavigna, M & Dwyer, P. (2007). Negotiating narrative: Story structure and identity in youth justice conferencing. Linguistics and the Human Sciences. 3(2), 221-254.

Under review

Inwood, O. & Zappavigna, M. (in preparation).  'The Legitimation of Screenshots in YouTube Videos: A Multimodal Discourse Analysis Framework'.