Published research in the project so far.

Pettersson K. & Sakki I. (2020). Analysing Multimodal Communication and Persuasion in Populist Radical Right Political Blogs. In M.A  Demasi, S. Burke, C. Tileagă (eds), Political Communication. Palgrave Studies in Discursive Psychology. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Sakki, I., & Martikainen, J. (2020). Mobilizing collective hatred through humour: Affective-discursive production and reception of populist rhetoric. British Journal of Social Psychology

Pettersson, K., Martikainen, J., Hakoköngäs, E., & Sakki, I. (2022). Female Politicians as Climate Fools: Intertextual and Multimodal Constructions of Misogyny Disguised as Humor in Political Communication. Political Psychology44(1), 3-20.

Pettersson, K. & Sakki, I. (2022). 'You truly are the worst kind of racist!': Argumentation and polarization in online discussions around gender and radical-right populism. British Journal of Social Psychology.62, s. 119-135. 

Sakki, I. & Martikainen, J. (2022). “Sanna, Aren’t You Ashamed?” Affective-Discursive Practices in Online Misogynist Discourse of Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin. European Journal of Social Psychology

Sakki, I., & Castrén, L. (2022). Dehumanization through humour and conspiracies in online hate towards Chinese people during the COVID-19 pandemic. British Journal of Social Psychology61(4), 1418-1438.

Pettersson, K., Payotte, S., & Sakki, I. (2023). Harsh punisher or loving mother? a critical discursive psychological analysis of Marine Le Pen’s presidential Twitter campaign. Ethnicities

Rovamo, H., Pettersson, K., & Sakki, I. (2023). Who's to blame for failed integration of immigrants? Blame attributions as an affectively polarizing force in lay discussions of immigration in Finland. Political Psychology, 00, 1–24.

Rovamo, H., & Sakki, I. (2023). Lay representations of populism: discursive negotiation of naturalized social representation. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology 

Rovamo, H., & Sakki, I. (2024). Mobilization of shared victimhood in the radical right populist Finns Party supporters' identity work: A narrative-discursive approach to populist support. European Journal of Social Psychology