Mathew GillingsPhD student, Associate Lecturer
I am a PhD Student in the ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science, based within the Department of Linguistics and English Language. My PhD research currently focuses on the application of corpus methods to verbal lie detection, investigating the extent to which these cues to deception differ across sociolinguistic groups.
Follow me on Twitter: @mathewgillings.
I completed both my BA and MA within the Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University.
Throughout the 2018/19 academic year, I am teaching on LING102: English Language, and LING214: Corporate Communication. My office hour is held on Tuesdays at 11am.
Pragmatics: Data trends
Culpeper, J., Gillings, M. 21/01/2019 In: Journal of Pragmatics.
Politeness Variation in England: A North-South Divide?
Culpeper, J.V., Gillings, M. 05/2018 In: Corpus Approaches to Contemporary British Speech. Routledge p. 33-59. 27 p.