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Hunter D. & MacDonald, M. N. (2017). The emergence of a security discipline in the post 9-11 discourse of U.S. security organisations. Critical Discourse Studies, 17(2), 206-222.

  • Angermuller, J. (2016): Análise de discurso pós-estruturalista. As vozes do sujeito na linguagem em Lacan, Althusser, Foucault, Derrida e Sollers. Campinas: Pontes.
  • PAD research group (Including: Schnurr, Stephanie, Wharton, Sue, Alansari, Suha, Angouri, Jo, Chimbwete Phiri, Rachel, Chiriatti, Teresa, Debray, Carolin, Efthymiadou, Christina, Hah, Sixian, Harrison, Tilly, Kedveš, Ana , Khamkhien, Attapol, Kim, Kyoung-mi, Mohd Omar, Nor Azikin, Nguyen, Thi Hong Nhung and Reissner-Roubicek, Sophie). (2016) Not so ‘innocent’ after all? : exploring corporate identity construction online. Discourse and Communication, 10 (3). pp. 291-313. ISSN 1750-4813
  • Geng, Yifan and Wharton, Sue. (2016) Evaluative language in discussion sections of doctoral theses : similarities and differences between L1 Chinese and L1 English writers. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 22 . pp. 80-91. ISSN 1878-1497
  • Loi, Chek-Kim, Lim, Jason Miin-Hwa and Wharton, Sue. (2016) Expressing an evaluative stance in English and Malay research article conclusions : international publications versus local publications. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 21 . ISSN 1878-1497
  • Nkateng, Unity and Wharton, Sue (2016) Embracing a new professional identity: The case of social work in Botswana. In: Van de Mieroop, Dorien and Schnurr, Stephanie, (eds.) Identity Struggles: Evidence From Workplaces Around the World. John Benjamins Publishing Company. (In Press)
  • Reissner-Roubicek, S. (2016). Teamwork and the ‘Global Graduate’: Negotiating core skills and competencies with employers in recruitment interviews. In J. Holmes, M. Marra, & J. Angouri (Eds.), Negotiating Boundaries at Work (in press). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
  • Reissner-Roubicek, S. (2016). Juggling ‘I’s and ‘we’s with ‘he’s and ‘she’s: Negotiating novice professional identities in stories of teamwork told in job interviews. In D. Van de Mieroop & S. Schnurr (Eds.), Identity struggles: Evidence From workplaces around the world (in press). John Benjamins Pub.
  • Scholz, Ronny. 2016. Towards a post-material prosperity? An analysis of legitimising narratives in German crisis discourses from 1973 and 2008. French Journal for Media Research [online], 5 (Narratives of the Crisis/Récits de crise),OA:
  • Angermuller, J./Philippe, G. (dir.)(2015): Analyse du discours et dispositifs d’énonciation. Autour des travaux de Dominique Maingueneau. Limoges: Lambert-Lucas. .
  • Angermuller, J./Maeße, J. (2015): “Regieren durch Leistung. Zur Verschulung des Sozialen in der Numerokratie.” In: Alfred Schäfer, Christiane Thompson (Hrsg.), Leistung, Paderborn: Schoeningh, S. 61-108
  • Angermuller, J. (2015): “Discourse Studies”. In: James D. Wright (ed.): International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Second Edition, Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 510–515
  • Angermuller, J. (2015): "Le discours comme pratique langagière. Construire la place des chercheurs dans le discours académique" In: Cécile Canut, Patricia Munchow (dir.), Le langage en sciences humaines et sociales, Limoges: Lambert Lucas, pp. 145-154
  • Angermuller, J. (2015): “Lire le 'déconstructivisme derridien'. De la subjectivité dans le discours philosophique.” In: Dominique Maingueneau, Mathilde Vallespir (dir.), Lire Derrida? Limoges: Lambert Lucas, pp. 93-101.

  • File, K. A. (2015). The strategic enactment of a media identity by professional team sports players. Discourse & Communication, 9(4), 441–464.
  • Loi, C., Lim, J., & Wharton, S. (2015). Expressing an evaluative stance in English and Malay research article conclusions: International publications versus local publications. Journal Of English For Academic Purposes, 21, 1-16.
  • MacDonald, Malcolm N., Homolar, Alexandra, Rethel, Lena, Schnurr, Stephanie and Rachelle Vessey. (2015) Manufacturing dissent : the discursive formation of nuclear proliferation (2006-2012). Discourse and Communication, Volume 9 (Number 2). pp. 173-197. ISSN 1750-4813
  • Schnurr, Stephanie, Homolar, Alexandra, MacDonald, Malcolm N. and Lena Rethel (2015) Legitimizing claims for 'crisis' leadership in global governance. Critical Discourse Studies, Volume 12 (Number 2). pp. 187-205. ISSN 1740-5904
  • Unlu, Z., & Wharton, S. (2015). Exploring classroom feedback interactions around EAP writing: A data based model. Journal Of English For Academic Purposes, 17, 24-36.
  • Werkmann Horvat, A., Kedveš, A. (2015). Conversational Implicatures in the Croatian EFL Classroom. In S. Gesuato, F. Bianchi, & W. Cheng (Eds.), Teaching, learning and investigating pragmatics: Principles, methods and practices (pp. 519-546). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

  • Nkateng, U., & Wharton, S. (2014). Genre exploration: A frame for understanding and teaching social work writing in Botswana. Social Work Education, 34(2), 182-198.

  • Angermuller J. & Scholz R. (2013). 'Semantische und kommunikative Dimensionen diskursiven Wandels. Ein integrativer Ansatz zur Analyse der Makro- und Mikrostrukturen am Beispiel des Bologna-Diskurses' in: Busse D. & Teubert W. (eds.), Linguistische Diskursanalyse: neue Perspektiven, Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 287 - 318.
  • Angouri, J. (2013). The multilingual reality of the multinational workplace: language policy and language use. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 34(6), 564-581.

  • Kuck K. & Scholz R. (2013) 'Quantitative und qualitative Methoden der Diskursanalyse als Ansatz einer rekonstruktiven Weltpolitikforschung. Zur Analyse eines internationalen Krisendiskurses in der deutschen Presse.' in: Franke, Ulrich & Roos, Ulrich (eds.): Rekonstruktive Methoden der Weltpolitikforschung. Anwendungsbeispiele und Entwicklungstendenzen. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 219 - 270.
  • MacDonald, Malcolm N. and Hunter, Duncan. (2013) Security, population and governmentality : UK counter-terrorism discourse (2007-2011). Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines, Vol.6 (No.2). ISSN 1752-3079
  • MacDonald, Malcolm N. and Hunter, Duncan. (2013) The discourse of Olympic security 2012 : London 2012. Discourse and Society, Volume 24 (Number 1). pp. 66-88. ISSN 1460-3624
  • MacDonald, Malcolm N., Hunter, Duncan and John P. O'Regan (2013) Citizenship, community, and counter-terrorism : UK security discourse, 2001-2011. Journal of Language and Politics, Volume 12 (Number 3). pp. 445-473. ISSN 1569-2159
  • Scholz R. (2013). 'Die Makrostruktur des Diskurses zur Finanzkrise. Figurative Politik und Legitimation im postnationalen Zeitalter' in: Maeße J. (ed.)Ökonomie, Diskurs, Regierung. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven, Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 167 - 182.
  • Scholz R. & Angermuller J. (2013). 'Au nom de Bologne ? Une analyse comparée des discours politiques sur les réformes universitaires en Allemagne et en France' Mots. Les langages du politique. 102, 22 - 36.
  • Scholz R. & Ziem A. (2013) 'Lexikometrie meets FrameNet: das Vokabular der 'Arbeitsmarktkrise' und der 'Agenda 2010' im Wandel', in: Wengeler M. & Ziem A. (eds.) Sprachliche Konstruktionen von Krisen: Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven auf ein fortwährend aktuelles Phänomen, Bremen: Hempen, 155- 185.
  • Stephanie Schnurr & Olga Zayts(2013) ''I can't remember them ever not doing what I tell them!' Negotiating face and power relations in 'upwards' refusals in multicultural workplaces in Hong Kong', Intercultural Pragmatics, 10 (4), 593 - 616 (1612-295X)

  • Wharton, S. 2013. Written feedback as interaction: Knowledge exchange or activity exchange? The International Journal of the First Year in Higher Education, 4, 1, 9-20
  • Zayts, Olga & Stephanie Schnurr (2013) ''[She] said: 'take the test' and I took the test.' Relational work as a framework to approach directiveness in prenatal screening of Chinese clients in Hong Kong', Journal of Politeness Research, 9 (2), 187 - 210 (1612-5681)
  • Ziem A., Scholz R. & Römer D. (2013). 'Korpusgestützte Zugänge zum öffentlichen Sprachgebrauch: spezifisches Vokabular, semantische Konstruktionen, syntaktische Muster in Diskursen über 'Krisen'' in: Felder E. (ed.) Faktizitätsherstellung in Diskursen. Die Macht des Deklarativen, Berlin: de Gruyter, 329 - 358.

  • Angouri, J. 2012. Managing Disagreement in Problem Solving Meeting Talk. In J. Angouri and M, Locher (eds.) Theorising disagreement. Special Issue Journal of Pragmatics, 44(12), 1565-1579.

  • Angouri, J. 2012. ‘The Older I Get the Less I Trust People’. Constructing Age Identities in the Workplace. In D. Van De Mieroop and J.
    Clifton(eds) Pragmatics. Special Issue 22(2), 255-277.
  • Jung, C.K. & Wharton, S. (2012). Finding Textual Examples of Genres: Issues for Corpus Users. Korean Journal of English Language and Linguistics 12/1, 129-148.
  • Li, Ting, & Wharton, S. (2012). Metadiscourse repertoire of L1 Mandarin undergraduates writing in English: a cross-contextual, cross-disciplinary study. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 11, 345-356.
  • Reissner-Roubicek, S. (2012). “The guys would like to have a lady”: The co-construction of gender and professional identity in interviews between employers and female engineering students. Pragmatics 22(2) 231-254.
  • Schnurr, Stephanie & Olga Zayts (2012). 'You have to be adaptable obviously'. Constructing identities in multicultural workplaces in Hong Kong. Pragmatics 22.2: 279-299.
  • Schnurr, Stephanie (2012). Exploring Professional Communication. Language in Action. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Wharton, S. 2012: Latent consensus in public debate: media discussion of fathers’ rights in the UK. Communication, Culture, and Critique, 5, 3, 427-444.
  • Wharton, S. 2012: Epistemological and interpersonal stance in a data description task: findings from a discipline-specific learner corpus. English for Specific Purposes, 31: 261-270.
  • Wharton, S. 2012: Presenting a united front: assessed reflective writing on group experience. Reflective Practice, 13,4: 489-501.
  • Zayts, Olga & Stephanie Schnurr (2012). “You may know better than I do”. Advice giving in Down Syndrome screening in a Hong Kong hospital. In Miriam Locher and Holger Limberg (eds), Advice in Discourse. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 195-212.

  • Zayts, Olga, Yelei Wake Virginia and Stephanie Schnurr (2012). Who is making the decision? Chinese prenatal counselling discourse in Hong Kong. In Yuling Pan and Daniel Kadar (eds), Chinese Discourse and Interaction: Theory and Practice. London: Equinox. 228-247.

  • Mann, S. (2011). Teacher Development: A Discourse for Individual and Group Development (ISBN 9783639350401) Saarbrucken, Germany: VDM Verlag.
  • Mann, S. (2011). A Critical Review of Qualitative Interviews in Applied Linguistics. Applied Linguistics, 32(1): 6-24
  • Richards, K. (2011). Using micro-analysis in interviewer training: ‘Continuers’ and interviewer positioning. Applied Linguistics, 32(1): 95-112.
  • Richards, K. 2011. Engaging identities: personal disclosure and professional responsibility. In J. Angouri and M. Marra (eds), Constructing Identities at Work. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Pages 200-222.
  • Schnurr, Stephanie and Angela Chan (2011). Exploring “another side” of co-leadership. Negotiating professional identities through face-work in disagreements. Language in Society 40.2: 187-209
  • Schnurr, Stephanie and Angela Chan (2011). When laughter is not enough. Responding to teasing and self-denigrating humour at work. Journal of Pragmatics 43: 20-35.
  • Schnurr, Stephanie and Bernie Mak (2011). Leadership and workplace realities in Hong Kong. Is gender really not an issue? Gender and Language. Special Issue on Gender and Language in the Workplace. 5.2: 337-364.

  • Schnurr, Stephanie and Olga Zayts (2011). Constructing and contesting leaders. An analysis of identity construction at work. In Jo Angouri and Meredith Marra (eds), Constructing Identities at Work. Houndmills: Palgrave. 40-60.

  • Wharton, S. (2011). Critical text analysis: linking language and cultural studies. ELT Journal, 65/3, 221-229.
  • Zayts, Olga and Stephanie Schnurr (2011). Laughter as a medical provider’s resource. Negotiating informed choice in prenatal genetic counselling. Research on Language and Social Interaction 44.1: 1-20.

  • Mann, S. & Wharton, S. (2010). Connecting discourses: academic and professional worlds. Language Teaching 43/2: 230-232.
  • Richards, K. (2010). Professional orientation in back region humor. Text and Talk, 30(2): 221-241.

  • Kang, Agnes and Stephanie Schnurr 2010, From high society to workplace reality: An analysis of gendered discourses in media and workplaces in Hong Kong. To appear in Janet Homes and Meredith Marra (eds), Femininity, Feminism and Gendered Discourse. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar. 171-190.
  • Schnurr, Stephanie 2010 ‘Decision made – let’s move on’. Negotiating gender and professional identity in Hong Kong workplaces. In Markus Bieswanger et al. (eds), Language in its Socio-cultural Context: New Explorations in Global, Medial and Gendered Uses. Berlin: Peter Lang. 111-136.

  • MacDonald, M.N., O'Regan, J. & Badger, R.G. (2009) Recontextualisation and the social cognition of medical knowledge (with special reference to epilepsy). Critical Inquiry in Language Study 6 (3), pp. 176 – 204. 
  • O’Regan, J. & MacDonald, M. N. (2009). Antinomies of Power in Critical Discourse Analysis. Thao Lê, Quynh Lê, and Megan Short (Eds.) In Critical Discourse Analysis: An interdisciplinary perspective. New York: Nova, pp. 79-90.
  • Richards, K. (2009). Identity and positioning in academic argument. In M. Gotti (ed.), Commonality and Individuality in English Academic Discourse, pp.83-113. Bern: Peter Lang.

  • Schnurr, Stephanie 2009. Leadership Discourse at Work. Interactions of Humour, Gender and Workplace Culture. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. (161pp)

  • Schnurr, Stephanie 2009, Constructing leader identities through teasing at work. Journal of Pragmatics 41: 1125-1138.
  • Schnurr, Stephanie and Angela Chan 2009, Leadership discourse and politeness at work. A cross cultural case study of New Zealand and Hong Kong. Journal of Politeness Research. 5.2: 131-157.
  • Schnurr, Stephanie and Charley Rowe 2008, The ‘dark side’ of humour. Analysing subversive humour in workplace emails. Lodz Papers in Pragmatics. Special Issue on Humour. 4.1: 109-130.
  • Schnurr, Stephanie and Janet Holmes 2009, Using humour to do masculinity at work. In Neal Norrick and Delia Chiaro (eds), Humour in Interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 101-123.
  • Wharton, S. (2009). Women and children first? Potential gender bias in a legal text in the UK. Women and Language 32/1: 99-112.

  • Mann, S. (2008). Metaphor in developing ELT ideas. Farrell, T. The First Year of Teaching. London:Equinox.
  • Mann, S. (2008). Metaphors keep cropping up; features of exploratory talk. In Garton, S. & Richards, K. Professional Encounters. London: Palgrave. Pp151-172.
  • Richards, K. & Garton, S. (eds). (2008). Professional Encounters in TESOL: Discourses of Teachers in Teaching. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Holmes, Janet, Meredith Marra and Stephanie Schnurr 2008, Impoliteness and ethnicity: Māori and Pākehā discourse in New Zealand workplaces. Journal of Politeness Research. Special Issue on Impoliteness. 4.2: 193-219.

  • Schnurr, Stephanie, Meredith Marra and Janet Holmes 2008, Impoliteness as a means of contesting and challenging power relations in the workplace. In Derek Bousfield and Miriam Locher (eds), Impoliteness in Language. Berlin: de Grutyer. 213-229.
  • Schnurr, Stephanie 2008, Surviving in a man’s world with a sense of humour. An analysis of women leaders’ use of humour at work. Leadership. Special Issue on Communication and Leadership. 4.3: 299-319.
  • Spencer-Oatey, H. (ed) (2008) Culturally Speaking. Culture, Communication and Politeness Theory. 2nd edition. London: Continuum.
  • Wharton, S. (2008) Becoming a writer: community membership and discursive literacy. In Garton, S. & Richards, K. Professional Encounters. London: Palgrave.

  • Badger, R. & MacDonald, M.N. (2007). The uses of grammar: a corpus based investigation of the term 'grammatical' in the British Press. In M. Conrick & M. Howard (Eds.) From Applied Linguistics to Linguistics Applied: Issues, Practices, Trends. Cork: British Association of Applied Linguistics.
  • Kotthoff, H. and Spencer-Oatey, H. (ed) (2007) Handbook of Intercultural Communication. [ Vol.7 of Handbooks of Applied Linguistics ]. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • Richards, K. 2007. Knowing when to ‘no’: aspects of alignment in professional relationships. In H. Bowles and P. Seedhouse (eds), Conversation Analysis and Languages for Specific Purposes,pp.69-98. Peter Lang: Bern.
  • Richards, K. and Seedhouse, P. 2007. Describing and Analysing Institutional Varieties of Interaction. In H. Bowles and P. Seedhouse (eds), Conversation Analysis and Languages for Specific Purposes, pp.17-36. Peter Lang: Bern.
  • Holmes, Janet, Stephanie Schnurr and Meredith Marra 2007, Leadership and communication: Discursive evidence of a workplace culture change. Discourse and Communication 1.4: 433-451.

  • Schnurr, Stephanie, Meredith Marra and Janet Holmes 2007, Being (im)polite in New Zealand workplaces: Māori and Pākehā leaders. Journal of Pragmatics 39: 712-729.
  • Spencer-Oatey, H. and Xing, J. (2007) The impact of culture on interpreter behaviour. In H. Kotthoff & H. Spencer-Oatey (eds.) Handbook of Applied Linguistics (HAL) Vol.7: Intercultural Communication. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter (pp.219–236)
  • Spencer-Oatey, H. & Ruhi, S. (2007) (guest editors) Identity perspectives on face and (im)politeness. Journal of Pragmatics, Special Issue.
  • Spencer-Oatey, H. (2007) Theories of identity and the analysis of face. Journal of Pragmatics 39: 639–656.
  • Wharton, S. 2007 "Social identity and parallel text dynamics in the reporting of educational action research" English for Specific Purposes 26: 485-501.

  • Richards, K. 2006. Language and Professional Identity. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Richards, K. 2006. ‘Being the teacher’: Identity and classroom conversation. Applied Linguistics, January 2006 27/1: 51-77.
  • Holmes, Janet and Stephanie Schnurr 2006, Doing femininity at work: More than just relational practice. Journal of Sociolinguistics 10.1: 31-51.

    Meredith Marra, Stephanie Schnurr and Janet Holmes 2006, Effective leadership in New Zealand workplaces: Balancing gender and role. In Judith Baxter (ed), Speaking Out: The Female Voice in Public Contexts. 240-260.

  • Wharton, S. 2006 "Divide and rule: the power of adversarial subjectivities in the discourse of divorce" Text and Talk 26/6: 791-814.
  • Wharton, S. 2006: "Given and new in TESOL texts: the management of community consensus and individual innovation" IRAL 44/1: 23-48.