Published research in the project so far.

Martikainen, J., & Sakki, I. (2021). Myths, the Bible, and Romanticism as ingredients of political narratives in the Finns Party election video. Discourse, Context & Media39, [100466].

Sakki, I., & Hakoköngäs, J. E. (2022). A Critical Discursive Psychological Study of Dialogical Constructions of Hate Speech in Established Media and Online Discussions. teoksessa K. Pettersson, & E. Nortio (Toimittajat), The Far-Right Discourse of Multiculturalism in Intergroup Interactions: A Critical Discursive Perspective (Sivut 85-111). (Palgrave Studies in Discursive Psychology (PSDP)). Palgrave Macmillan.

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.  

Martikainen, J., & Sakki, I. (2023). Sensory experiences and social representation - Embodied multimodality of common-sense thinking. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. Publicació online avançada.

Tormis, H., Pettersson, K., & Sakki, I. (2024). ‘Like we definitely have to go greener, but…’: Analysing affective–discursive practices in populist environmental discourse. British Journal of Social Psychology, 00, 1–18.