Marton PetykoPhD student, Associate Lecturer
My primary research interest lies in the corpus-assisted cognitive pragmatic analysis of discursive community and identity construction in computer-mediated and historical discourses. I am particularly interested in the discursive construction of internet troll and witch as identities. Therefore my current work can be situated in the fields of cognitive and historical pragmatics, (critical) discourse analysis and corpus linguistics.
Discursive construction of troll as an identity on British and Hungarian political blogs
This corpus-based research project investigates internet trolling as a perceived behaviour and troll as a discursively constructed identity. My aim is to describe the actions perceived as trolling as well as the aims and motives that participants attribute to those they call trolls. The research data consists of 1,713 British and 519 Hungarian comment threads taken from political blogs. In these comment threads, at least one participant explicitly calls at least one other participant a troll at least once.
LING103 - Linguistics
I have previously taught on the following module:
LING326 - Corpus-based English Language Studies (2016-17 Michaelmas Term)
MA Hungarian Language and Literature with a specialisation in speech studies, Eötvös Loránd University, 2013
BA Hungarian with a specialisation in applied linguistics, Eötvös Loránd University, 2011
A boszorkányperek mint közösség- és identitásképző diskurzusok
Petyko, M. 2015 In: Magyar Nyelv. 111, 2, p. 147-162. 16 p.
Discursive construction of witchcraft as a community and witch as an identity in 18th century Hungarian witchcraft trial records
Petyko, M. 2015 In: Journal of Historical Pragmatics.