Marton Petyko

PhD student, Associate Lecturer

Research Interests

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.

A boszorkányperek mint közösség- és identitásképző diskurzusok
Petyko, M. 2015 In: Magyar Nyelv. 111, 2, p. 147-162. 16 p.
Journal article

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.
Journal article