Publications

Heller, M., Pietikäinen S. & Pujolar J. (2018). Critical Sociolinguistic Research Methods. Studying language issues that matter. Routledge.

Hiss, F. (2017). Workplace multilingualism in shifting contexts: A historical case. Language in Society. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0047404517000628.

Lehtonen, S. (2017). The Fame and Blame of an Intellectual Goth: Sofi Oksanen (1977). In G. Franssen and R. Honings (eds), Idolizing Authorship: Literary Celebrity and the Construction of Identity, 1800-present. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 257–273.

Lehtonen, S. (2017). “I Just Don’t Know What Went Wrong”: Neo-Sincerity and Doing Gender and Age Otherwise in a Discussion Forum for Finnish Fans of My Little Pony. In S. Leppänen, E. Westinen, & S. Kytölä (eds.), Social Media Discourse, (Dis)identifications and Diversities, New York: Routledge, 287–309.

Tiainen, M. (2017). (De) legitimating electronic surveillance: a critical discourse analysis of the Finnish news coverage of the Edward Snowden revelations. Critical Discourse Studies, 1-18.

Tiainen, M. (2017). Solving the surveillance problem. In Schünemann, W. and Baumann, M-O. (eds.), Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity in Europe. Springer International Publishing, 61-78.

Pietikäinen, S., Kelly-Holmes, H., Jaffe, A., & Coupland, N. (2016).  Sociolinguistics from the Periphery: Small Languages in New Circumstances. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Dlaske, K. (2016). Way better than the original!! Music video covers and language revitalisation: A sociosemiotic view.  APPLES – Journal of applied language studies 10(2): 83-103.

Dlaske, K. (2016). Shaping subjects of globalisation: at the intersection of voluntourism and the new economy. Multilingua 35(4): 415-440.

Dlaske, K; Barakos, E; Motobayashi, K; & McLaughlin, M. (2016). Introduction: Languaging the worker: Globalized governmentalities in/of language in peripheral spaces. Multilingua 35 (4) Special Issue. Published online ahead of print: 07/08/2015.

Dlaske, K. & Jäntti, S. (2016). Girls strike back. Politics of parody in an indigenous TV comedy. Gender & Language 10(2): 191-215.

Kelly-Holmes, H., & Pietikäinen, S. (2016). Language: A challenging resource in a museum of Sámi culture. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 16 (1), 24-41. doi:10.1080/15022250.2015.1058186 http://tutka.jyu.fi/tutka/julkaisut/66718

Ronkainen, N., Kavoura, A., & Ryba, T. V. (2016). Narrative and discursive perspectives on athletic identity: Past, present, and future. Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 27, 128-137.

Strömmer, M. (2016). Material scaffolding: Supporting the comprehension of migrant cleaners at work. European Journal of Applied Linguistics, 4(2), 239–275.

Strömmer, M. (2016). Affordances and constraints: Second language learning in cleaning work. Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication, 35(6), 697–721. Available online: http://urn.fi/URN:NBN:fi:jyu-201602101538

Kavoura, A., Ryba, T. V., & Chroni, S. (2015). Negotiating female judoka identities in Greece: A Foucauldian discourse analysis. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 17, 88-98.

Lehtonen, S. (2015). Writing Oneself into Someone Else’s Story – Experiments With Identity And Speculative Life Writing in Twilight Fan Fiction. Fafnir: Nordic Journal of Science Fiction and Fantasy Research, 2 (2), 7–18. Available at http://journal.finfar.org/articles/316.pdf.

Pietikäinen, S.,  Compton, S., & Dlaske, K. (2015). Putting resources into practice: A nexus analysis of knowledge mobilisation activities in language research and multilingual communities. Current issues in language planning 16 (3), 187-200. DOI:10.1080/14664208.2015.972533

Dlaske, K. (2015). Discourse matters: Localness as a source of authenticity in craft businesses in peripheral minority language sites. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines 7 (2): 243-262.

Määttä, S. & Pietikäinen, S. (2014). Ideology. In: Jan-Ola Östman and Jef Verschueren (eds.), Handbook of Pragmatics: 2014 Installment, p. 1-23. John Benjamins.

Kelly-Holmes, H. and Pietikäinen, S. (2014). Commodifying Sámi culture in an indigenous tourism site. Journal of Sociolinguistics 18 (4), p. 518-538.

Pietikäinen, S. (2014). Spatial interaction in Sámiland: Regulative and transitory chronotopes in the dynamic multilingual landscape of an indigenous Sámi village. International Journal of Bilingualism 18 (5), p. 478-490.

Pietikäinen, S. & Pitkänen-Huhta, A. (2014). Dynamic multimodal language practices in multilingual indigenous Sámi classrooms in Finland. In: Durk Gorter, Victoria Zenotz and Jasone Cenoz (eds.) Minority Languages and Multilingual Education: Bridging the Local and the Global, p. 137-157. Dordrecht: Springer.

Hult, F. & Pietikäinen, S. (2014). Shaping discourses of multilingualism through a language ideological debate: The case of Swedish in Finland. Journal of Language and Politics 13 (1) p. 1-20.

Dlaske, K. (2014). Semiotics of pride and profit: interrogating commodification in indigenous handicraft production. Social Semiotics 24 (5), p. 582-598.

Compton, S. E., & Hult, F. M. (2014). Applications of language policy and planning to deaf education. Language Policy Research Network Brief [March, 2014]. Washington, DC: Center for Applied Linguistics. http://www.cal.org/lpren/pdfs/applications-of-language-policy-and-planning-to-deaf-education.pdf

Compton, S. E. (2014). American Sign Language as a heritage language. In T. G. Wiley, J. K. Peyton, D. Christian, S. C. K. Moore, & N. Liu (Eds.), Handbook of heritage, community, and Native American languages in the United States (pp. 272-286). New York: Routledge and Center for Applied Linguistics.

Kelly-Holmes, H. (2014). Linguistic fetish: The sociolinguistics of visual multilingualism. In D. Machin (Ed.), Visual Communication (pp. 135-151). (Handbooks of Communication Science Series.) Berlin: De Gruyter.

Hult, F.M. (2014). Covert bilingualism and symbolic competence: Analytical reflections on negotiating insider/outsider positionality in Swedish speech situations.  Applied Linguistics, 35(1), 63-81.

Pietikäinen, S. & Dlaske, K. (2013). Cutting across media spaces and boundaries: The case of a hybrid, indigenous Sámi TV comedy. Sociolinguistica 27 (2013) p. 87-100.

Kelly-Holmes, H. (2013). “Choose your language!” Categorisation and control in cyberspace. Sociolinguistica 27 (2013) p. 132-145.

Dlaske, K. (2013). Welcome to the end of the world! Resignifying periphery under the new economy: a nexus analytical view of a tourist website. Journal of Mulicultural Discourses. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/17447143.2013.831422

Kauppinen, K. (2013). At an Intersection of Postfeminism and Neoliberalism: A Discourse Analytical View of an International Women’s Magazine. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines 7 (1), 82–99. http://www.cadaad.net/2013_volume_7_issue_1

Kauppinen, K. (2013). ‘Full power despite stress’. A discourse analytical examination of the interconnectedness of postfeminism and neoliberalism in the domain of work in an international women’s magazine. Discourse & Communication 7 (2).

Pietikäinen, S. & Kelly-Holmes. H. (2013) (eds.). Multilingualism and the periphery. Oxford University press.

Pietikäinen, S. (2012). Kieli-ideologiat arjessa. Neksusanalyysi monikielisen inarinsaamenpuhujan kielielämäkerrasta. Virittäjä, 116 (3), 410-440.

Karjalainen, A. (2012). Liikkuva ja muuttuva suomi: Diskursiivis-etnografinen tutkimus amerikansuomalaisten kielielämäkerroista. PhD dissertation. https://jyx.jyu.fi/dspace/handle/123456789/40399

Kelly-Holmes, H. and Pietikäinen, S. (2012). Multilingualism and Media. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics.

Hult, F. M. & Compton, S. E. (2012). Deaf education policy as language policy: A comparative analysis of Sweden and the United States, Sign Language Studies, 12(4), 602-620