Daniel Allington
Daniel Allington
Senior Lecturer in Social and Cultural Artificial Intelligence
Потвърден имейл адрес: kcl.ac.uk - Начална страница
Health-protective behaviour, social media usage and conspiracy belief during the COVID-19 public health emergency
D Allington, B Duffy, S Wessely, N Dhavan, J Rubin
Psychological medicine 51 (10), 1763-1769, 2021
Reading groups and the language of literary texts: A case study in social reading
J Swann, D Allington
Language and Literature 18 (3), 247-264, 2009
Researching literary reading as social practice
D Allington, J Swann
Language and Literature 18 (3), 219-230, 2009
Coronavirus conspiracy suspicions, general vaccine attitudes, trust and coronavirus information source as predictors of vaccine hesitancy among UK residents during the COVID-19 …
D Allington, S McAndrew, V Moxham-Hall, B Duffy
Psychological medicine, 1-12, 2021
“How Come Most People Don't See It?”: Slashing the Lord of the Rings
D Allington
Social Semiotics 17 (1), 43-62, 2007
The relationship between conspiracy beliefs and compliance with public health guidance with regard to COVID-19
D Allington, N Dhavan
Centre for Countering Digital Hate, 2020
‘Power to the reader’ or ‘degradation of literary taste’? Professional critics and Amazon customers as reviewers of The Inheritance of Loss
D Allington
Language and Literature 25 (3), 254-278, 2016
Networks of value in electronic music: SoundCloud, London, and the importance of place
D Allington, B Dueck, A Jordanous
Cultural Trends 24 (3), 211-222, 2015
Media usage predicts intention to be vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2 in the US and the UK
D Allington, S McAndrew, VL Moxham-Hall, B Duffy
Vaccine 39 (18), 2595-2603, 2021
‘It actually painted a picture of the village and the sea and the bottom of the sea’: Reading groups, cultural legitimacy, and description in narrative (with particular …
D Allington
Language and Literature 20 (4), 317-332, 2011
Private experience, textual analysis, and institutional authority: The discursive practice of critical interpretation and its enactment in literary training
D Allington
Language and Literature 21 (2), 211-225, 2012
The accepting, the suffering and the resisting: the different reactions to life under lockdown
B Duffy, D Allington
The Policy Institute, Kings College London, 2020
Distinction, intentions, and the consumption of fiction: Negotiating cultural legitimacy in a gay reading group
D Allington
European Journal of cultural studies 14 (2), 129-145, 2011
Reading in the age of the internet
D Allington, S Pihlaja
Language and Literature 25 (3), 201-210, 2016
Life under lockdown: coronavirus in the UK
B Duffy, D Allington, K Beaver, C Meyer, V Moxham-Hall, G Murkin
Kings College London, 2020
Reading the reading experience: an ethnomethodological approach to'booktalk'
D Allington, B Benwell
University of Massachusetts Press, 2012
First steps towards a rhetorical psychology of literary interpretation
D Allington
Walter de Gruyter 35 (2), 123-144, 2006
Antisemitic conspiracy fantasy in the age of digital media: Three ‘conspiracy theorists’ and their YouTube audiences
D Allington, BL Buarque, D Barker Flores
Language and Literature 30 (1), 78-102, 2021
“What Others Dare Not Say”: An Antisemitic Conspiracy Fantasy and Its YouTube Audience
D Allington, T Joshi
Journal of Contemporary Antisemitism 3 (1), 35-54, 2020
On the use of anecdotal evidence in reception study and the history of reading
D Allington
Reading in History, 11-28, 2015
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