Dr Nelya Koteyko, PhD (Birmingham)
Reader in Applied Linguistics
Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgRoom Number: 2.37, Francis Bancroft
Research interests: digital health communication, illness narratives, media representations of science and medicine
Ongoing and recent projects/grants:
2020-2022: Principal Investigator- ESRC standard grant 'Autistic adults online: enabling autistic sociality in digital networked environments'. Co-I Prof J Vines.
2013 –2018: Work Package Leader - AHRC funded program ‘Creative Practice as Mutual Recovery: Connecting Communities for Mental Health and Wellbeing’. PI: Prof. P Crawford.
2013-2015: Principal Investigator – ESRC standard grant ‘Chronic illness and online networking: expectations, assumptions, and everyday realities’. Co-I: Prof B Gunter.
2013-2015: Visiting Researcher/collaborator on LINGCLIM Project. ‘Linguistic representations of climate change discourse and their individual and collective interpretations’ funded by SAMKUL-programme, Research Council of Norway. PI: Prof K. Flottum.
2011-14: Co-Investigator on the research project 'From Greenhouse Effect to Climategate: A systematic study of climate change as a complex social issue' funded by the ESRC and NWO ORA fund.
2008-2010: Co-Investigator on the ESRC-funded project "Carbon compounds': Lexical creativity and discourse formations in the context of climate change'. PI: Prof B Nerlich.
BAAL Special Interest Group 'Health and Science Communication'
- Koteyko, N., Nerlich, B., Hellsten, I. eds. (2017). Climate Change Communication and the Internet: Challenges and Opportunities for Research. London: Routledge.
- Koteyko, N. (2014). Language and Politics in Post Soviet Russia. Palgrave Macmillan.
- Harvey, K. and Koteyko, N. (2012). Exploring Health Communication: Language in Action. London: Routledge.
- Atanasova, D., Koteyko, N. (2020). Fighting obesity, sustaining stigma: How can critical metaphor analysis help uncover subtle stigma in media discourse on obesity. In Applying Linguistics in Illness and Healthcare Contexts. Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 223-243.
- Atanasova, D., Koteyko, N. (2017). Metaphors in online editorials and op-eds about climate change, 2006 - 2013: a study of Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States. In: Flottum, K (Ed.) The role of language in the climate change debate. London : Routledge.
- Koteyko, N. and D. Atanasova (2016).Discourse analysis approaches for assessing climate change communication and media representations. Oxford Research Encyclopedias.
- Koteyko, N. and D. Atanasova. (in press/2017). Metaphor and the representation of scientific issues: climate change in online and print media. Routledge Hanbook of Metaphor and Language.
- Koteyko, N. (2015). Corpus-assisted analysis of Internet-based discourses: From patterns to rhetoric. In J. Ridolfo and W. Hart-Davidson (eds). Rhetoric and Digital Humanities. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Koteyko, N (2014). Critical studies of health and illness discourses. In C. Hart and P. Cap (eds). Contemporary Studies in CDA. London: Continuum. Pp.545-559.
Koteyko, N. (2012). Mining the Internet for Linguistic and Social Data: An Analysis of ‘Carbon Compounds’ in Web Feeds. Reprinted in J. Hughes (ed.), SAGE Internet Research Methods. London: Sage.
Nerlich, B. and Koteyko, N. (2009). ‘MRSA - portrait of a superbug: A media drama in three acts’ in A. Musolff and J. Zinken (eds), Metaphor and Discourse. Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 153-173.
Journal special issues
- Koteyko, N. and Hunt, D. 2018, August. (guest editors). Special issue 'Discourse analysis perspectives on online health communication’. Discourse, Context & Media. In press.
- Koteyko, N., Nerlich, B. and I. Hellsten (guest editors). 2015, June. Special issue on: Climate Change Communication & the Internet: Challenges and Opportunities for Research. Environmental Communication: Journal of Nature and Culture.
Peer-reviewed journal articles
- Atanasova, D., Koteyko, N., Brown, B., Crawford, P. (2019). Mental Health and the Media: From Illness to Wellbeing. Sociology Compass.
- Pounds, G. Hunt D., Koteyko, N. (2018). Expression of empathy in a Facebook-based diabetes support group, Discourse, Context & Media, 25, 34-43.
- Koteyko, N. and Atanasova, D. (2018). Mental health advocacy on Twitter: positioning in Depression Awareness Week tweets. Discourse, Context & Media https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211695817301800
- Atanasova, D., Koteyko, N., Brown, B., Crawford, P. (2017). Representations of mental health and arts participation in the national and local British press, 2007-2015. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine.
Atanasova, D. and Koteyko, N. (2017) Metaphors in Guardian Online and Mail Online Opinion-page Content on Climate Change: War, Religion, and Politics. Environmental Communication Vol. 11 , Iss. 4. pp. 452-469.
- Koteyko, N. and Hunt, D. (2016). Performing health identities on social media: an online observation of Facebook profiles. Discourse, Context & Media.
- Atanasova, D. and Koteyko, N. (in press). Obesity frames and counter-frames in British and German online newspapers. Health : An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine.
Hunt, D. and Koteyko, N. (2015). ‘"What was your blood sugar reading this morning?": Representing diabetes self-management on Facebook’. Discourse and Society, 26(3).
- Pearce, W., Brown, B., Nerlich, B., Koteyko, N. (2015). Communicating climate change: conduits, content, and consensus. WIREs Climate Change.
- Hunt, D., Koteyko, N. and Gunter, B. (2015) 'UK policy on social networking sites and online health: From informed patient to informed consumer?'. Digital Health.
- Koteyko, N., Hunt, D. and Gunter, B. (2015). 'Expectations in the field of the Internet and health: an analysis of claims about social networking sites in clinical literature'. Sociology of Health and Illness, 37(3): 468-484.
Fløttum, K, Gjerstad, Q, Müller Gjesdal, A, Koteyko, N, Salway A. (2014) Representations of the future in English language blogs on climate change. Global Environmental Change, 29: 213–222.
Touri, M. and Koteyko, N. (2014). Using corpus linguistic software in the extraction of news frames: towards a dynamic process of frame analysis in journalistic texts. International Journal of Research Methodology.
- Gunter, B., Koteyko, N., & Atanasova, D. (2014). Sentiment analysis: A market-relevant and reliable measure of public feeling? International Journal of Market Research, 56(2), 231-247.
- Koteyko, N., Jaspal, R. and Nerlich. B (2013).Climate change and ‘climategate’ in online reader comments: A mixed methods study. The Geographical Journal, 179 (1): 74–86.
- Atanasova, D., Gunter, B., & Koteyko, N. (2013). Ways of seeing obesity: A visual content analysis of British and German online newspapers, 2009-2011, The International Journal of Communication and Health, 1, 1-8.
Jaspal, R., Nerlich, B. and Koteyko, N. (2012). Contesting science by appealing to its norms: Readers discuss climate science in The Daily Mail. Science Communication, 35(3): 383–410.
Atanasova, D. , Koteyko, N. and B. Gunter (2012). Obesity in the news: Directions for future research. Obesity Reviews, 13: 554–559.
- Koteyko, N. (2012).Managing carbon emissions: A discursive presentation of 'market-driven sustainability' in the British media. Language and Communication. 32: 24–35.
- Nerlich, B. and Koteyko, N. (2012). Crying wolf?: Biosecurity and metacommunication in the context of the 2009 swine flu pandemic. Health & Place. 18(4), 710-717.
- Armstrong N, Koteyko N, Powell J. (2011). ‘Oh dear, should I really be saying that on here?’ Issues of identity and authority in an online diabetes community. Health : An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 16(4), 347- 365.
Nerlich, B., Evans, V. and Koteyko, N. (2011). ‘Low carbon diet’: Reducing the complexities of climate change to human scale. Language and Cognition, 3–1, 45–82. link
- Koteyko, N. (2010). Mining the Internet for linguistic and social data: An analysis of ‘carbon compounds’ in web feeds. Discourse & Society, 21 (6):655-674.
- Koteyko, N. (2010). Balancing the good, the bad and the better: A discursive perspective on healthy eating and probiotics. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. 14(6): 585–602.
- Koteyko, N., Thelwall, M. and Nerlich, B. (2010). From Carbon Markets to Carbon Morality: Creative Compounds as Framing Devices in Online Discourses on Climate Change Mitigation. Science Communication, 32(1): 25–54. A brief summary can be found in Science for Environment Policy.
- Crawford, P., Brown, B., Nerlich, B. and Koteyko, N. (2010). Nutritional altruism and functional food: lay discourses on probiotics. Sociology of Health & Illness, 32(5), 745-60.
- Nerlich, B. and Koteyko, N. (2010). Carbon gold rush and carbon cowboys: A new chapter in green mythology? Environmental Communication, 4: 1, 37- 53.
- Nerlich, B. Koteyko, N. and B. Brown (2010). Theory and language of climate change communication. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change: Perception, Behaviour and Communication of Climate Change, edited by L. Whitmarsh and M. Hulme. Vol 1, January/February, pp. 1-14.
- Koteyko, N. (2009). ‘I am a very happy, lucky lady, and I am full of Vitality!’ Online promotional strategies of probiotic yoghurt producers. Critical Discourse Studies, 6:2, 111-125.
- Koteyko, N. and L. Ryazanova-Clarke (2009). The path and building metaphors in the speeches of Vladimir Putin: Back to the future? Slavonica, 15 (2), 112–127.
- Nerlich, B. and Koteyko, N. (2009). Carbon reduction activism in the UK: Lexical creativity and lexical framing in the context of climate change. Environmental Communication, 3 (2): 206 - 223.
- Nerlich, B. and Koteyko, N. (2009). Compounds, creativity and complexity in climate change communication: The case of ‘carbon indulgences’. Global Environmental Change, 19: 345-353.
- Currie, G., Koteyko, N. and Nerlich, B., (2009). The dynamics of professions and development of new roles in public services organizations. The case of modern matrons in the English NHS. Public Administration, 87(2), 295-311.
- Brown, B. Nerlich, B, Crawford, P., Koteyko, N, and R. Carter. (2009). Hygiene and biosecurity: The language and politics of risk in an era of emerging infectious diseases. Sociology Compass, 2, (6): 1–13.
- Koteyko, N., Brown, B. and P. Crawford. (2008). ‘The dead parrot and the dying swan: The role of metaphor scenarios in UK press coverage of avian flu in the UK in 2005-2006’, Metaphor and Symbol, 23(4), 242–261.
- Koteyko, N., Nerlich, B., Crawford, P. and N. Wright (2008) “'Not rocket science’ or ‘no silver bullet’? Media and government discourses about MRSA and cleanliness”. Applied Linguistics, 29, 223-243.
- Koteyko, N. and R. Carter. (2008). Discourse of ‘transformational leadership’ in infection control, Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 12(4), 479-99.
- Koteyko, N. and Nerlich, B. (2008). Modern matrons and infection control practices: aspirations and realities. British Journal of Infection Control, 9(2), 18-22.
- Nerlich, B. and Koteyko, N. (2008). Balancing Food Risks and Food Benefits: The Coverage of Probiotics in the UK National Press. Sociological Research Online, 13(3).
- Brown, B., Crawford, P., Nerlich, B., and Koteyko, N. (2008). The habitus of hygiene: Discourses of cleanliness and infection control in nursing work. Social Science and Medicine, 67(7), 1047-1055.
- Crawford, P., Brown, B. Nerlich, B. and Koteyko, N. (2008). The 'moral careers' of microbes and the rise of the matrons: An analysis of UK national press coverage of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Health, Risk and Society, (17): 331-347.
- Koteyko, N. and Nerlich, B (2007). Multimodal Discourse Analysis of Probiotic Web Advertising. The International Journal of Language, Society and Culture, 23, 20-31.
- Koteyko, N. (2007). A diachronic approach to meaning in corpus linguistics: the use of English loanwords in Russian opposition discourse. Corpora, 3: 65-95.
- Koteyko, N. (2006). Corpus linguistics and the study of meaning in discourse. The Linguistics Journal, 1(2): 132-157.
Invited talks and plenaries
2018. Keynote "‘Let’s talk’ about depression on social media: a linguistic perspective on public self-disclosure. Uniting Two Perspectives on Mental Illness: Philosophy and Linguistics, University of Essex, 13 September.
- 2017. Keynote ‘Linguistic framing of climate change in the print and online media’, Interdisciplinary summer school ‘Around 2° Celsius’. UFR Langues Université Grenoble Alpes, 12-15 June.
2016. Keynote ‘Health and illness identities on Facebook'. International symposium ‘Language and Health Online: Typing yourself healthy, University of Basel, Switzerland, April 15-16. https://language-health-online.unibas.ch/?Symposium_LHO_2016
2015. Computer-mediated health communication: analysing online interaction and networking. Invited Colloquium, British Association for Applied Linguistics, Aston University, 3rd September.
- 2015. Performing health and illness identities on social media: an online observation of Facebook profiles. Research seminar, University of Brescia, 13th April.
2015. Online reader comments on climate change: A discourse analysis perspective. COST Action workshop 'Media Discourses': Adaptation, Resilience and Mobility in the Context of Climate-induced Migration. Università degli studi di Napoli L'Orientale. 9 April.
- 2015. Diabetes organisations on Facebook: Analysis of discursive strategies and communicative affordances. Department of English and Comparative Literature, Goldsmiths, 24th February.
- 2015. 'Personalising diabetes: Organisational messages on Facebook pages'. The University of Newcastle, Critical Discourse Group. 11th February. (with D Hunt).
- 2014. Corpus-assisted analysis of ‘user generated content’ on climate change. Invited panel member. BAAL, University of Warwick, 6th September.
- 2014 ‘Metaphors in the field of the Internet and health: A review of claims about social networking sites in clinical literature'. Metaphors in Health Communication workshop, Lancaster University, UK, 14th February.
2013. Studying social and linguistic representations of climate change in online spaces: the case of reader comments. Individual and collective representations of climate change: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Workshop organized by the Paris Research Consortium Climate-Environment-Society. Paris, 8th March.
2013. Corpus-assisted analysis of Internet-based discourses: From patterns to rhetoric. Research seminar presentation, Hogeschool-Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. 24 January.