15.12.2016

Publications

Forthcoming

Leppänen, Sirpa, Elina Westinen and Samu Kytölä (eds.) (in press). Social media, (Dis)identifications and Diversities. New York: Routledge.

Leppänen, Sirpa and Samu Kytölä (in press). Investigating multilingualism and multisemioticity as resources for (dis)identification in social media. In Martin-Jones, M. and D. Martin (eds.) Researching multilingualism: Critical and ethnographic perspectives. London: Routledge.

Leppänen, Sirpa, Samu Kytölä, Elina Westinen & Saija Peuronen. (In press). Introduction: Social media discourse, (dis)identifications and diversities. In Leppänen S., Elina Westinen & Samu Kytölä. (eds.). Social media discourse, (dis)identifications and diversities. (Routledge Studies in Sociolinguistics). New York: Routledge.

Leppänen, Sirpa & Sanna Lehtonen. (forthcoming). Intersectionality and multimodality in social media. Routledge Handbook of Language, gender and sexuality. (eds. Judith Baxter, and Jo Angouri).

 

Leppänen, Sirpa, Saija Peuronen & Elina Westinen. (forthcoming). Language, superdiversity and social media. (Eds. Angela Creese and Adrian Blackledge). The Routledge Handbook of Language and Superdiversity. Abingdon: Routledge.

Leppänen, Sirpa, Samu Kytölä & Elina Westinen. (forthcoming). Multilingualism and multimodality in language use and literacies in digital environments. Encyclopedia of Language and Education (Ed. S. May). Vol. 9: Language, Education and Technology, (ed. Steven L. Thorne.

Kytölä, Samu (In press). “Are they singing the national anthem?”: Football followers’ responses to the ethnic diversification of Finland men’s national football team. In S. Leppänen, E. Westinen & S. Kytölä (Eds.), Social media discourse, (dis)identifications and diversities. London: Routledge

Westinen, Elina (in press). Multiscalarity and Polycentricity in Rap Artists’ Social Media Communication: Multisemiotic Negotiations of Otherness and Integration. In Jaspal Naveel Singh, Argyro Kantara & Dorottya Cserző (eds.), Downscaling Culture: Revisiting Intercultural Communication. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars.

Westinen, Elina (forthcoming). "Still alive, nigga": Multisemiotic Constructions of self as the Other in Finnish Rap Music Videos. Accepted for publication in Leppänen, S., E. Westinen & S. Kytölä (eds.), Diversity and Identification in Social Media Discourse. Proposal accepted (Routledge Studies in Sociolinguistics).

Westinen, Elina & Sirpa Leppänen. (forthcoming). Rap in the periphery – Negotiations of (non)belonging in centers and margins. AILA Review 2016: Meaning-making in the periphery. (eds. Mike Baynham & Luiz Paolo Moita Lopes)

Halonen, Mia and Sirpa Leppänen (in press). ‘Pissis stories’: the Self and the other as gendered, sexualized and class-based performance on social media. Accepted for publication in Leppänen S., E. Westinen & S. Kytölä (eds.). Discourse and Identification in Social Media Discourse. Proposal accepted (Routledge Studies in Sociolinguistics).

Jousmäki, Henna (forthcoming). Translocal Christian metal: the young, social media and religious identity. In A-V. Kärjä and F. Holt (eds.) Nordic Popular Music: Music, Identity, and Social Change in the Early 21st Century. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sahradyan, S. (in preparation). Formal, informal and non-formal learning: Finnish language learning of migrants.Refereed Conference Proceedings of the International Conference on Language Education (KieliPeda). University of Jyväskylä, Finland.


2016

Kytölä, Samu (2016). Translocality. In Georgakopoulou, Alexandra & Tereza Spilioti (eds.), Handbook of Language and Digital Communication. London: Routledge.

Westinen, Elina (2016). "Rapping the better folk". Ideological negotiations of past and present. Accepted for publication in a special issue "Language ideologies in Music: Emergent socialities in the age of transnationalism" in Language & Communication. Edited by Eeva Sippola, Britta Schneider & Carsten Levisen.

Leppänen, Sirpa and Ari Elo. 2016. Buffalaxing The Other: Superdiversity in action on YouTube. In Arnaut, K., J. Blommaert, B. Rampton and M. Spotti (eds.). Language and Superdiversity. New York: Routledge.

2015

Blommaert, Jan, Elina Westinen and Sirpa Leppänen 2015. Further notes on sociolinguistic scales. Intercultural Pragmatics 12(1), 119–127.

Halonen, Mia (2015). Social media landscapes: Tracing the uses and functions of a hybrid sign. In Mikko Laitinen & Anastassia Zabrodskaja (eds.), Dimensions of linguistic landscapes in Europe: Materials and methodological solutions. Frankfurt: Peter Lang.

Jousmäki, Henna. 2015. Christian Metal Online: The discursive construction of identity and culture. Jyväskylä Studies in Humanities 244.

Kytölä, Samu and Elina Westinen (2015). ‘I be da reel gansta’ – metapragmatic evaluations of the authenticity of English in Finnish professional footballers’ tweets. Discourse, Context and Media 8, 6-19. Special issue “Authenticity, Normativity and Social Media” (eds. Sirpa Leppänen, Janus Møller & Thomas Nørreby).

Leppänen, Sirpa (2015). Dog blogs as ventriloquism: Authentication of the human voice. In Authenticity, Normativity and Social Media. Discourse, Context and Media 8. Special issue “Authenticity, Normativity and Social Media” (eds. Sirpa Leppänen, Janus Møller & Thomas Nørreby).

Leppänen, Sirpa, Janus Møller & Thomas Nørreby. (2015). Authenticity, Normativity and Social Media. Discourse, Context and Media 8. Special issue.

2014

Jousmäki, Henna 2014. Translocal Religious Identification in Christian Metal Music Videos and Discussion on YouTube. In L. Kaunonen (ed.) Cosmopolitanism and Transnationalism: Visions, Ethics, Practices. Studies across Disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences 15. Helsinki: Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies. 138–158.

Jousmäki, Henna 2014. This is us: multimodal online self-representation of Christian metal bands. In J. Tyrkkö and S. Leppänen (eds.) Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change, volume on Texts and Discourses of New Media. Helsinki: University of Helsinki.

Häkkinen, Ari and Sirpa Leppänen 2014. YouTube meme warriors: Mashup videos as political critique. In J. Tyrkkö and S. Leppänen (eds.) Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change, volume on Texts and Discourses of New Media. Helsinki: University of Helsinki.

Kytölä, Samu 2014. Polylingual language use, framing and entextualization in digital discourse: Pseudonyms and ‘Signatures’ on two Finnish online football forums. In J. Tyrkkö and S. Leppänen (eds.) Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change, volume on Texts and Discourses of New Media. Helsinki: University of Helsinki.

Kytölä, Samu 2014. Negotiating multilingual discourse in a Finland-based online football forum – metapragmatic reflexivity on intelligibility, expertise and ‘nativeness’. In Spindler Møller, Janus & Lian Malai Madsen (eds.),Globalisering, sprogning og normativitet – online og offline. Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism 70, 81–122.

Kytölä, Samu 2014. Pala Cantabriaa suomalaisella futisfoorumilla. [“A piece of Cantabria on a Finnish footie forum”]. Tempus 1/2014, 20–21. [Primarily solicited for and targeted at Finnish language teachers]

    Lehtonen, Sanna 2014. Tarzan of the Apes – The Bearman Tarsa: Discourses of National Identity and Colonialism in a Finnish Adaptation of an American Classic. In S. Geerts and S. Van den Bossche (eds),Neverending Stories: Adaptation, Canonisation and Ideology in Children’s Literature, 23–43.

    Leppänen, Sirpa, Samu Kytölä, Henna Jousmäki, Saija Peuronen and Elina Westinen 2014. Entextualization and resemiotization as resources for identification in social media, in P. Seargeant and C. Tagg (eds.) The Language of Social Media: Identity and Community on the Internet. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 112-136.

    Peuronen, Saija 2014. Identifications through multimodal design: An analysis of mediated performance of Christian lifestyle sports in online video. In J. Tyrkkö & S. Leppänen (eds.) Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change, volume on Texts and Discourses of New Media. Helsinki: University of Helsinki.

    Westinen, Elina 2014. The Discursive Construction of Authenticity: Resources, Scales and Polycentricity in Finnish hip hop culture. Doctoral dissertation at Department of Languages, University of Jyväskylä and Department of Culture Studies, University of Tilburg.

    Westinen, Elina 2014. Autenttisuuden diskursiivinen rakentuminen suomalaisessa hiphop-kulttuurissa. Kulttuurintutkimus 31(4), 1–6 [online].

    2013

    Jousmäki, Henna 2013. Studying religious music at the grassroots level: a look into the discourse practices of Christian metal bands online. In T. Ahlbäck (ed.) Digital religion. Scripta Instituti Donneriani Aboensis 25. Åbo: Åbo Akademi University Press.

    Jousmäki, Henna 2013. Spiritual quest and dialogicality in Christian metal lyrics. Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 25 (2): 273-286.

    Kytölä, Samu 2013. Multilingual language use and metapragmatic reflexivity in Finnish online football forums. A study in the sociolinguistics of globalization. Doctoral dissertation at Department of Languages, University of Jyväskylä.

    Lehtonen, Sanna 2013. Girls Transforming: Invisibility and Age-Shifting in Children's Fantasy Fiction Since the 1970s. Jefferson: McFarland.

    Lehtonen, Sanna 2013. "Listen girl. Hitler is dead." – Reception of a female public intellectual on Finnish online discussion forums. Tilburg Papers in Culture Studies, paper 46.

    Leppänen, Sirpa, Samu Kytölä, Henna Jousmäki, Saija Peuronen and Elina Westinen 2013. Entextualization and resemiotization as resources for (dis)identification in social media. Tilburg Papers in Culture Studies, paper 57.

    Leppänen, Sirpa and Saija Peuronen 2013. Multilingualism and the Internet, in C.A. Chapelle (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

    Peuronen, Saija 2013. Heteroglossia as a resource for reflexive participation in a community of Christian snowboarders in Finland. Journal of Sociolinguistics 17 (3): 297-323.

    2012

    Jousmäki, Henna 2012. Bridging into the Metal Community and the Church. Entextualization of the Bible in Christian metal discourse. Discourse, Context and Media 1: 217-226.

    Lehtonen, Sanna 2012. “I’m glad I was designed”: Un/doing gender and class in Susan Price’s ”Odin Trilogy”. Children’s Literature in Education, 43 (3), 242–259. DOI 10.1007/s10583-012-9162-7

    Kytölä, Samu 2012a. Multilingual web discussion forums: theoretical, practical and methodological issues. In Sebba, Mark, Shahrzad Mahootian & Carla Jonsson (eds.) (2012). Language mixing and code-switching in writing: approaches to mixed-language written discourse. Routledge Critical Studies in Multilingualism. London: Routledge, pp. 106–127.

    Kytölä, Samu 2012b. Peer normativity and sanctioning of linguistic resources-in-use: on non-Standard Englishes in Finnish football forums online. In Blommaert, Jan, Sirpa Leppänen, Päivi Pahta & Tiina Räisänen (eds.), Dangerous Multilingualism: Northern Perspectives on Order, Purity and Normality. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 228–260.

    Kytölä, Samu, and Jannis Androutsopoulos 2012. Ethnographic perspectives on multilingual computer-mediated discourse: insights from Finnish football forums on the Web. In Gardner, Sheena & Marilyn Martin-Jones (eds.). Multilingualism, Discourse and Ethnography. Routledge Critical Studies in Multilingualism. London: Routledge, pp.179–196.

    Leppänen, Sirpa. 2012. Linguistic and discursive heteroglossia on the translocal internet: the case of web writing. In Mark Sebba, Shahrzad Mahootian and Carla Jonsson (eds) Language Mixing and Code-switching in Writing: Approaches to Mixed-language Written Discourse. London: Routledge, pp. 233-254.

    Leppänen, Sirpa and Saija Peuronen 2012. Multilingualism on the Internet, in M. Martin-Jones, A. Blackledge and A. Creese (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Multilingualism. London: Routledge, pp. 384-402.

    Leppänen, Sirpa and Saija Peuronen. 2012. Multilingualism and the Internet. In Carol A. Chapelle (ed.) Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

    Leppänen, Sirpa. 2012. Linguistic and discursive heteroglossia on the translocal internet: the case of web writing. In Mark Sebba, Shahrzad Mahootian and Carla Jonsson (eds) Language Mixing and Code-switching in Writing: Approaches to Mixed-language Written Discourse. London: Routledge, pp. 233-254.

    Leppänen, Sirpa and Ari Häkkinen. 2012. Buffalaxed superdiversity: Representations of the other on YouTube. Diversities. a special issue on sociolinguistics and superdiversity, ed. by Jan Blommaert, Ben Rampton, Karel Arnaut and Max Spotti.2012, 14: 2, pp. 17-33, UNESCO. Available at www.unesco.org/shs/diversities/vol14/issue2/art2

    Sahradyan, S. 2012. The role of languages in the integration of working age migrants into the Finnish labour market: The case of migrants working in NGOs in Turku, Finland. (Unpublished master’s thesis). University of Turku, Finland.

    Westinen, Elina 2012. Bättre folk – kriittinen sosiolingvistinen kommentti suomalaisessa rap-musiikissa. Teoksessa M. Salasuo, P. Komonen & J. Poikolainen (toim.) Katukulttuuri – Nuorisoesiintymiä 2000-luvun Suomessa. Helsinki: Nuorisotutkimusverkosto, 119-141.

    2011

    Jousmäki, Henna. 2011. Epistemic, interpersonal, and moral stances in the construction of us and them in Christian metal lyrics. Journal of multicultural discourses 6 (1): 53-66.

    Lehtonen, Sanna 2011. Shifting back to and away from girlhood: magic changes in age in children's fantasy novels by Diana Wynne Jones. Papers: Explorations into Children's Literature, 21.1, 19–32.

    Leppänen, Sirpa, Anne Pitkänen-Huhta, Tarja Nikula, Samu Kytölä, Timo Törmäkangas, Kari Nissinen, Leila Kääntä, Tiina Räisänen, Mikko Laitinen, Päivi Pahta, Heidi Koskela, Salla Lähdesmäki & Henna Jousmäki 2011. National Survey on the English Language in Finland: Uses, meanings and attitudes. Helsinki: Studies in Variation, Contacts and Change in English, Volume 5. [For the most part the same as item below in English translation. Suurimmalta osin alla olevan teoksen englanninnos.]

    Leppänen, Sirpa, Anne Pitkänen-Huhta, Tarja Nikula, Samu Kytölä, Timo Törmäkangas, Kari Nissinen, Leila Kääntä, Tiina Virkkula, Mikko Laitinen, Päivi Pahta, Heidi Koskela, Salla Lähdesmäki & Henna Jousmäki 2009. Kansallinen kyselytutkimus englannin kielestä Suomessa: Käyttö, merkitys ja asenteet. Jyväskylä: Jyväskylä Studies in Humanities. [For the most part the same as item above. Suurimmalta osin yllä olevan teoksen alkuteos.]

    Peuronen, Saija 2011. “Ride hard, live forever”: Translocal identities in an online community of extreme sports Christians, in C. Thurlow and K. Mroczek (eds.) Digital Discourse: Language in the New Media. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 154-176.

    Westinen, Elina 2011. ’Bättre folk’ – Critical Sociolinguistic Commentary in Finnish Rap Music. Tilburg Papers in Culture Studies, paper 16.

    2010

    Lehtonen, Sanna 2010. Coal-tinged Realism Meets Female Gothic: Gender, class and desire in The Ghost Wife by Susan Price. The Journal of Children’s Literature Studies, 7.3, 1–18.

    Lehtonen, Sanna 2010.“If you thought this story sour, sweeten it with your own telling” – Cross-cultural intertextuality and a feminist poetics of rewriting in Susan Price’s Ghost Dance. Barnboken – Journal of Children’s Literature Research, 33.1, 5–16.

    Lehtonen, Sanna 2010. Näkymättömiä tyttöjä ja vanhoja nuoria naisia: fantastiset ruumiilliset muodonmuutokset ja sukupuoli lastenfantasiakirjoissa. [Invisible girls and old young women: fantastic bodily transformations and gender in children’s fantasy novels]. Lektio/essay. Naistutkimus 2/2010, 57–61.

    Westinen, Elina 2010. The Linguistic and Discursive Construction of Hip Hop Identities: A View on Finnish Rap Lyrics, in M. Palander-Collin, H. Lenk, M. Nevala, P. Sihvonen and M. Vesalainen (eds.) Constructing Identity in Interpersonal Communication. Helsinki: Société Néophilologique, pp. 251-262.

    2009

    Leppänen, Sirpa, Tarja Nikula, Anne Pitkänen-Huhta, Arja Piirainen-Marsh and Saija Peuronen 2009. Young people’s translocal new media uses: A multiperspective analysis of language choice and heteroglossia, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 14 (4): 1080-1107.

    Leppänen, Sirpa and Arja Piirainen-Marsh. 2009. Language policy in the making: an analysis of bilingual gaming activities. Language Policy, 8(3), pp. 261–284.

    Leppänen, Sirpa. 2009. Playing with and policing language use and textuality in fan fiction. In Ingrid Hotz-Davies, Anton Kirchhofer and Sirpa Leppänen (eds) Internet Fictions. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 62–83.