Keywords: Discursive Psychology
[169]Mohd Asyraf Zulkffli, Radzuwan Ab Rashid, (2019), "Discursive strategies employed by homosexual Malaysian Muslim men in talking about homosexuality in Islam", Discourse & Society, vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 307-320. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[168]Joseph Ford, Alexa Hepburn, Ruth Parry, (2019), "What do displays of empathy do in palliative care consultations?", Discourse Studies, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 22-37. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[167]Helen Melander Bowden, Erica Sandlund, (2019), "Knowledge talk in performance appraisal interviews", Learning, Culture and Social Interaction. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[166]Caitlyn Cannon, Joanne Meredith, Susan Speer, Warren Mansell, (2018), "A Conversation analysis of asking about disruptions in Method of Levels psychotherapy", Counselling and Psychotherapy Research: Linking research with practice, John Wiley & Sons Ltd. [bibtex] [edit]
[165]Kevin A. Whitehead, (2018), "Managing the Moral Accountability of Stereotyping", Journal of Language and Social Psychology, vol. 37, no. 3, pp. 288 –309. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[164]Wytske Versteeg, Hedwig te Molder, (2018), "‘You must know what you mean when you say that’: the morality of knowledge claims about ADHD in radio phone‐ins", Sociology of Health & Illness, vol. 40, no. 4, pp. 718–734. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[163]Eleftheria Tseliou, (2018), "Conversation Analysis, Discourse Analysis and Psychotherapy Research: Overview and Methodological Potential", In Therapy as Discourse, Springer International Publishing, pp. 163–186. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[162]Cristian Tileaga, (2018), "Using Discursive Psychology to Explore Contested and Troubled Pasts", In Representing Communism After the Fall, pp. 209-233. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[161]Joyce Lamerichs, Eva Alisic, Marca Schasfoort, (2018), "Accounts and their epistemic implications An investigation of how ‘I don’t know’ answers by children are received in trauma recovery talk", Research on Children and Social Interaction, vol. 2, no. 1. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[160]Tine Mechlenborg Kristiansen, Mette Grønkjær, (2018), "Focus Groups as Social Arenas for the Negotiation of Normativity", International Journal of Qualitative Methods. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[159]Dávid Kaposi, (2018), "In the Shadow of the Other: Arguments About the First Gaza War in British Conservative Editorials", pp. 119-132. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[158]Jenni Ingram, (2018), "Moving forward with ethnomethodological approaches to analysing mathematics classroom interactions", ZDM Mathematics Education. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[157]Stephen Gibson, (2018), "Discursive Psychology and Peace Psychology", In Discourse, Peace, and Conflict (S. Gibson, ed.), pp. 1-25. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[156]Joaquín Gaete, Olga Smoliak, Shari Couture, (2018), "Reflexive Questions as Constructive Interventions: A Discursive Perspective", pp. 117-140. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[155]Anna Franzén, Karin Aronsson, (2018), "‘Then she got a spanking’: Social accountability and narrative versions in social workers’ courtroom testimonies", Discourse Studies, vol. 20, no. 5, pp. 577-597. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[154]Joseph Ford, (2018), "Empathy as a Way of Acknowledging Patients’ Personhood in Palliative Care Interactions", In Psychologies of Ageing (E. Peel, C. Holland, M. Murray, eds.), pp. 79-104. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[153]Ngaire Donaghue, (2018), "Discursive Psychological Approaches to the (Un)making of Sex/Gender", In Gender, Sex, and Sexualities: Psychological Perspectives (Nancy Dess, Jeanne Marecek, Leslie Bell, eds.), pp. 127-48. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[152]Rose Burford-Rice, Martha Augoustinos, (2018), "‘I didn't mean that: It was just a slip of the tongue’: Racial slips and gaffes in the public arena", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 57, no. 1, pp. 21–42. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[151]Susana Batel, Paula Castro, (2018), "Reopening the dialogue between the theory of social representations and discursive psychology for examining the construction and transformation of meaning in discourse and communication", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 57, no. 4, pp. 732–753. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[150]Aija Logren, Johanna Ruusuvuori, Jaana Laitinen, (2017), "Self-reflective talk in group counselling", Discourse Studies, vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 422-440. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[149]Cynthia Gordon, Didem İkizoğlu, (2017), "‘Asking for another' online: Membership categorization and identity construction on a food and nutrition discussion board", Discourse Studies, vol. 19, no. 3, pp. 253–271. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[148]Derek Edwards, Jonathan Potter, (2017), "Some uses of subject-side assessments", Discourse Studies, vol. 19, no. 5, pp. 497-514. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[147]Antar Martínez-Guzmán, Antonio Stecher, Lupicinio Iñiguez-Rueda, (2016), "Aportes de la psicología discursiva a la investigación cualitativa en psicología social: análisis de su herencia etnometodológica", Psicologia USP, FapUNIFESP (SciELO), vol. 27, no. 3, pp. 510–520. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[146]Anne Patterson, Rachel Fyson, (2016), "'I was just gobsmacked: care workers responses to BBC Panoramas 'Undercover Care: The Abuse Exposed; invoking mental states as a means of distancing from abusive practices", Discourse & Society, SAGE Publications, vol. 27, no. 6, pp. 607–623. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[145]Gillian Hendry, Sally Wiggins, Tony Anderson, (2016), "The discursive construction of group cohesion in problem-based learning tutorials", Psychology Learning & Teaching, SAGE Publications, vol. 15, no. 2, pp. 180–194. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[144]Sally K. Wiggins, Robert McQuade, Susan Rasmussen, (2016), "Stepping Back From Crisis Points: The Provision and Acknowledgment of Support in an Online Suicide Discussion Forum", Qualitative Health Research, vol. 26, no. 9, pp. 1240-1251. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[143]Weatherall, A, (2016), "‘I need to get some details first’ Record keeping as a potential barrier to effective complaint-call management.", Mediation Theory and Practice, vol. 1, no. 35-57. [bibtex] [edit]
[142]Amber Nichelle Warren, (2016), "Respecifying teacher beliefs in English as a second language teacher education: A discursive psychology approach to analysis", PhD thesis, Indiana University. [bibtex] [edit]
[141]Wytske Versteeg, Hedwig te Molder, (2016), "What my body tells me about your experience: ‘My side’ empathy formulations in ADHD\coaching sessions", Journal of Pragmatics, vol. 105, pp. 74 - 86. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[140]Cristian Tileagǎ, Elisabeth Stokoe, eds., (2016), "Discursive Psychology: Classic and contemporary issues", Abingdon, Oxon UK, Routledge. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[139]Jasmin Sorrentino, Martha Augoustinos, (2016), "‘I don't view myself as a woman politician, I view myself as a politician who's a woman’: The discursive management of gender identity in political leadership", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 55, no. 3, pp. 385–406. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[138]Pinelopi Patrika, Eleftheria Tseliou, (2016), "Blame, responsibility and systemic neutrality: a discourse analysis methodology to the study of family therapy problem talk", Journal of Family Therapy, vol. 38, no. 4, pp. 467–490. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[137]Joanne Meredith, (2016), "Using conversation analysis and discursive psychology to analyse online data", In Qualitative Research (David Silverman, ed.), London, Sage, pp. 261–276. [bibtex] [edit]
[136]Jean McAvoy, (2016), "Discursive psychology and the production of identity in language practice", In The Routledge Handbook of Language and Identity (Sian Preece, ed.), London, Routledge, pp. 98–112. [bibtex] [edit]
[135]Jessica Nina Lester, Michelle J. O'Reilly, (2016), "Repositioning Disability in the Discourse of Our Times: A Study of the Everyday Lives of Children with Autism", In Education, Equity, Economy: Crafting a New Intersection (George W. Noblit, William T. Pink, eds.), pp. 133-160. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[134]Marie Flinkfeldt, (2016), "Legitimacy Work: Managing Sick Leave Legitimacy in Interaction", PhD thesis, Uppsala University. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[133]Richard Fitzgerald, Sean Rintel, (2016), "Reorienting categories as a members' phenomena", In Discursive psychology: Classic and contemporary issues (Cristian Tileagă, Elizabeth Stokoe, eds.), Routledge, pp. 181–193. [bibtex] [edit]
[132]Margaret Wetherell, Jonathan Potter, (2015), "Discourse and Social Psychology, postmodernism, and capitalist collusion: an argument for more complex historiographies of psychology", Theory & Psychology, vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 388–395. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[131]Kevin A. Whitehead, Elizabeth Stokoe, (2015), "Producing and Responding to -isms in Interaction", Journal of Language and Social Psychology, vol. 34, no. 4, pp. 368–373. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[130]Ann Weatherall, Maria Stubbe, (2015), "Emotions in Action: Telephone-Mediated Dispute Resolution", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 54, no. 2, pp. 273–290. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[129]Weatherall, A, (2015), "Interpretative repertoires, conversation analysis and being critical", In Discursive psychology: Revisiting classic studies (C. Tileaga, E. Stokoe, eds.), Routledge, pp. 15-28. [bibtex] [edit]
[128]Hedwig te Molder, (2015), "Discursive Psychology", In The International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction (Karen Tracy, Cornelia Ilie, Todd Sandel, eds.), London, John Wiley & Sons, vol. 2, pp. 466–476. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[127]Tammy Tawadros, (2015), "Developing the Theater of Leadership: An Exploration of Practice and the Need for Research", Advances in Developing Human Resources, vol. 17, no. 3, pp. 337–347. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[126]Elizabeth Stokoe, Derek Edwards, (2015), "Mundane morality: gender, categories and complaints in familial neighbour disputes", Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 165–192. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[125]Elizabeth Stokoe, Derek Edwards, (2015), "Mundane morality and gender in familial neighbour disputes", In Morality in Practice: Exploring Childhood, Parenthood and Schooling in Everyday Life (Jakob Cromdal, Michael Tholander, eds.). [bibtex] [edit]
[124]Laura Sterponi, (2015), "Vicarious accounts: Morality and responsibility in Italian family dinner conversations", In Morality in Practice: Exploring Childhood, Parenthood and Schooling in Everyday Life (Jakob Cromdal, Michael Tholander, eds.), London, Equinox. [bibtex] [edit]
[123]Janet Smithson, Anne Barlow, Rosemary Hunter, Jan Ewing, (2015), "The ‘child’s best interests’ as an argumentative resource in family mediation sessions", Discourse Studies, vol. 17, no. 5, pp. 609-623. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[122]Maria Oreshkina, Jessica Nina Lester, (2015), "A discursive psychology approach to the study of pre-service teachers’ written reflections about teacher effectiveness", Teaching Education, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 422–438. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[121]Catherine M. Naughton, Aisling T. O’Donnell, Ronni M. Greenwood, Orla T. Muldoon, (2015), "‘Ordinary decent domestic violence’: A discursive analysis of family law judges’ interviews", Discourse & Society, vol. 26, no. 3, pp. 349 –365. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[120]Paul K. Miller, Adam Benkwitz, (2015), "Where the action is: Towards a discursive psychology of “authentic” identity in soccer fandom", Psychology of Sport and Exercise, vol. 23, pp. 40–50. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[119]Jessica Nina Lester, Trena M. Paulus, (2015), "“I’m Not Sure I Even Know”: Therapists’ Tentative Constructions of Autism", Review of Disability Studies: An International Journal, vol. 11, no. 3. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[118]Laura Jenkins, Alexa Hepburn, (2015), "Children’s Sensations as Interactional Phenomena: A Conversation Analysis of Children’s Expressions of Pain and Discomfort", Qualitative Research In Psychology, vol. 12, no. 4, pp. 472–491. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[117]Simon Goodman, S. A. Speer, (2015), "Natural and contrived data", In Discursive Psychology: Classic and Contemporary Issues (C. Tileaga, E. Stokoe, eds.), United Kingdom, Routledge, pp. 57–69. [bibtex] [edit]
[116]Kevin Durrheim, Ross Greener, Kevin A. Whitehead, (2015), "Race trouble: Attending to race and racism in online interaction", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 54, pp. 84–99. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[115]Jakob Cromdal, Michael Tholander, (2015), "Introduction. Morality in Practice: Exploring Childhood, Parenthood and Schooling in Everyday Life", In Morality in Practice: Exploring Childhood, Parenthood and Schooling in Everyday Life (Jakob Cromdal, Michael Tholander, eds.), Equinox. [bibtex] [edit]
[114]Louise Bradley, (2015), "An interactional analysis of support and 'self-work' during interventions for children with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties", PhD thesis, Loughborough University. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[113]Clara Iversen, (2014), "‘I don't know if I should believe him': knowledge and believability in interviews with children", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 53, no. 2, pp. 367–386. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[112]Erica Zimmerman, (2014), "Conversations about culture: How Korean and Japanese cultural products, practices and perspectives are discussed to co-construct cultural understanding in talk", Learning, Culture and Social Interaction, vol. 5, pp. 28-29. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[111]Sally K. Wiggins, (2014), "On the accountability of changing bodies: Using discursive psychology to examine embodied identities in different research settings.", Qualitative Psychology, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 144–162. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[110]Sue Widdicombe, (2014), "‘Just like the fact that I'm Syrian like you are Scottish’: Ascribing interviewer identities as a resource in cross-cultural interaction", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 54, no. 2, pp. 255–272. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[109]Alexis Ibarra Martínez, (2014), "Practices of Argumentation in a Community of Therapists: Constructing a Dilemma", Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, vol. 15, no. 3. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[108]Alexis Ibarra Martínez, (2014), "Collaborative Forms of Talk in Supervision: A View from Discursive Psychology", International Journal of Collaborative Practice, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 98–116. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[107]Jessica Nina Lester, Rachael Gabriel, (2014), "The discursive construction of intelligence in introductory educational psychology textbooks", Discourse Studies, vol. 16, no. 6, pp. 776-791. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[106]Jessica Nina Lester, (2014), "Negotiating abnormality/normality in therapy talk: A discursive psychology approach to the study of therapeutic interactions and children with autism.", Qualitative Psychology, vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 178–193. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[105]Andrea LaMarre, Olga Sutherland, (2014), "Expert Opinion? A Micro-Analysis of Eating Disorder Talk on Dr. Phil", The Qualitative Report, vol. 19, pp. 1-20. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[104]Neill Korobov, (2014), "Identities as an interactional process", In The Oxford Handbook of Identity Development (Kate C. McLean, Moin Syed, eds.), OUP, pp. 210-227. [bibtex] [edit]
[103]Alexandra Kent, Jonathan Potter, (2014), "Discursive Social Psychology", In The Oxford Handbook of Language and Social Psychology (Thomas M. Holtgraves, ed.), Oxford, New York, Oxford University Press, pp. 295–314. [bibtex] [edit]
[102]Bogdana Huma, (2014), "Enhancing the authenticity of assessments through grounding in first impressions", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 405–424. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[101]Nikos Bozatzis, Thalia Dragonas, eds., (2014), "The discursive turn in social psychology", Chagrin Falls, OH, Taos Institute Publications. [bibtex] [edit]
[100]Michael Billig, Cristina Marinho, (2014), "Manipulating information and manipulating people", Critical Discourse Studies, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 158–174. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[99]S. A. Speer, (2012), "Commentary on ‘Arsène didn’t see it: Coaching, research and the promise of a discursive psychology’, by Paul K. Miller (Invited commentary)", International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 635–637. [bibtex] [edit]
[98]Paul K. Miller, (2012), "Arsène didn’t see it: Coaching, research and the promise of a discursive psychology", International Journal of Sports Science and Coaching, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 615-628. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[97]Clara Iversen, (2012), "Recordability: Resistance and collusion in psychometric interviews with children", Discourse Studies, vol. 14, no. 6, pp. 691–709. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[96]Derek Edwards, (2012), "Discursive and scientific psychology", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 51, no. 3, pp. 425-435. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[95]Kevin Durrheim, (2012), "Discourse, action, rhetoric: From a perception to an action paradigm in social psychology", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 51, no. 3, pp. 456-462. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[94]Carrie Childs, (2012), "Directing and requesting: two interactive uses of the mental state terms want and need", Text and Talk, vol. 32, no. 6, pp. 727-749. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[93]Michael Billig, (2012), "Undisciplined beginnings, academic success, and discursive psychology", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 51, no. 3, pp. 413-424. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[92]Martha Augoustinos, Cristian Tileaga, (2012), "Twenty five years of discursive psychology", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 51, no. 3, pp. 405-412. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[91]Frederick Attenborough, Elizabeth Stokoe, (2012), "Student life; Student Identity; Student Experience: ethnomethodological methods for pedagogical matters", Psychology Learning & Teaching, vol. 11, no. 1, pp. 6-21. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[90]Weatherall, A., (2011), "I don’t know as a pre-positioned hedge", Research on Language & Social Interaction, vol. 44, no. 4, pp. 317-337. [bibtex] [edit]
[89]Alexa Hepburn, Jonathan Potter, (2011), "Designing the recipient: Managing advice resistance in institutional settings", Social Psychology Quarterly, vol. 74, no. 2, pp. 216-241. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[88]Amanda LeCouteur, Melissa Oxlad, (2010), "Managing accountability for domestic violence: Identities, membership categories and morality in perpetrators’ talk", Feminism & Psychology, vol. 21, no. 1, pp. 5-28. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[87]Jenniver Guise, Andy McKinlay, Sue Widdicombe, (2010), "The impact of early stroke on identity: A discourse analytic study", Health, vol. 14, no. 1, pp. 75–90. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[86]Alexandra Craven, Jonathan Potter, (2010), "Directives: Entitlement and contingency in action", Discourse Studies, vol. 12, pp. 419-442. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[85]Elisabeth Stokoe, (2009), "“I’ve got a girlfriend”: Police officers doing ‘self-disclosure’ in their interrogations of suspects’", Narrative Inquiry, vol. 19, no. 1, pp. 154-182. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[84]Sarah J. Schubert, Susan Hansen, Kyle R. Dyer, Mark Rapley, (2009), "ADHDPatient or IllicitDrugUser? Managing Medico-Moral Membership Categories in Drug Dependence Services", Discourse & Society, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 499–516. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[83]Anne Patterson, Jonathan Potter, (2009), "Caring: Building a ‘psychological disposition’ in pre-closing sequences in phone calls with a young adult with a learning disability", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 48, pp. 447–465. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[82]Pirjo Nikander, (2009), "Doing change and continuity: age identity and the micro–macro divide", Ageing & Society, vol. 29, no. 6, pp. 863-881. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[81]Numa Markee, Mi-Suk Seo, (2009), "Learning talk analysis", International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching, vol. 47, no. 1, pp. 37–63. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[80]Joyce Lamerichs, Hedwig F.M. Te Molder, (2009), "`And then I'm really like . . .': `preliminary' self-quotations in adolescent talk", Discourse Studies, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 401-419. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[79]Bregje Christina de Kok, (2009), "Automaticallyyoubecomeapolygamist: Culture and Norms as Resources for Normalization and Managing Accountability in Talk about Responses to Infertility", Health, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 197–217. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[78]Kalia, V., Weatherall, A., (2009), "“When Mister Right comes along”: Narratives and culture in Indian New Zealander immigrant mother-daughter conversations", Qualitative Research in Psychology, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 219-232. [bibtex] [edit]
[77]Norm Friesen, (2009), "Discursive Psychology and Educational Technology: Beyond the Cognitive Revolution", Mind, Culture & Activity, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 130-144. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[76]Derek Edwards, Alexa Hepburn, Jonathan Potter, (2009), "Psychology, sociology and interaction: disciplinary allegiance or analytic quality? — A response to Housley and Fitzgerald", Qualitative Research, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 119-128. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[75]C. M. Scharff, (2008), "Doing class: A discursive and ethnomethodological approach", Critical Discourse Studies, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 331–343. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[74]William Housley, Richard Fitzgerald, (2008), "Motives and social organisation: Sociological amnesia, psychological description and the analysis of accounts", Qualitative Research, vol. 8, no. 2, pp. 237-256. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[73]Derek Edwards, (2008), "Intentionality and mens rea in police interrogations: the production of actions as crimes", Intercultural Pragmatics, vol. 5, no. 2, pp. 77–199. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[72]Bethan Benwell, Elizabeth H. Stokoe, (2008), "University students resisting academic identity", In Applying conversation analysis (Keith Richards, Paul Seedhouse, eds.), Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 124-139. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[71]Charles Antaki, Michela Biazzi, Anatte Nissen, Johannes Wagner, (2008), "Accounting for moral judgments in academic talk: The case of a conversation analysis data session", Text & Talk, pp. 1-30. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[70]Weatherall, A., (2007), "). Feminist psychology, conversation analysis and empirical research: An illustration using identity categories", Gender and Language, vol. 1, pp. 279-290. [bibtex] [edit]
[69]Susan A. Speer, Ceri Parsons, (2007), "'Suppose it wasn't possible for you to go any further with treatment, what would you do?' Hypothetical questions in interactions between psychiatrists and transsexual patients", In Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction (A. Hepburn, S. Wiggins, eds.), United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press, pp. 182–199. [bibtex] [edit]
[68]Derek Edwards, (2007), "Managing subjectivity in talk", In Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction (Alexa Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds.), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 31-49. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[67]Jakob Cromdal, Michael Tholander, Karin Aronsson, (2007), "“Doing reluctance”: managing delivery of assessments in peer evaluation", In New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction (Alexa Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds.), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 203-223. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[66]Richard Buttny, Sandra Kellogg Rath, (2007), "Discursive practices in talking problems during a school-family meeting", In Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction (Alexa Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds.), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[65]Rebecca Barnes, Duncan Moss, (2007), "Communicating a feeling: The social organization of privatethoughts", Discourse Studies, vol. 9, pp. 123-148. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[64]Martha Augoustinos, Amanda Lecouteur, Kathryn Fogarty, (2007), "Apologizing in action. On saying 'sorry' to Indigenous Australians", In Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction (Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds.), Cambridge University Press, pp. 88-103. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[63]Simon Allistone, Robin Wooffitt, (2007), "Negotiating consciousness: parapsychology and the social organisation of reports of mental states", In Discursive Research in Practice. New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction (Alexa Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds.), Cambridge University Press, pp. 70–87. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[62]Elizabeth H. Stokoe, Derek Edwards, (2006), "Story formulations in talk-in-interaction", Narrative Inquiry, Amsterdam / Philadelphia, John Benjamins Publishing, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 59-68. [bibtex] [edit]
[61]Rachael O'Byrne, Mark Rapley, Susan Hansen, (2006), "‘You Couldn't Say “No”, Could You?’: Young Men's Understandings of Sexual Refusal", Feminism & Psychology, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 133-154. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[60]Celia Kitzinger, (2006), "After post-cognitivism", Discourse Studies, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 67-84. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[59]Derek Edwards, Alessandra Fasulo, (2006), "“To Be Honest”: Sequential uses of honesty phrases in talk-in-interaction", Research on Language and Social Interaction, vol. 39, no. 4, pp. 343–376. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[58]Derek Edwards, (2006), "Discourse, cognition and social practices: the rich surface of language and social interaction", Discourse Studies, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 41–49. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[57]Bethan Benwell, Elizabeth H. Stokoe, (2006), "Discourse and Identity", Edinburgh University Press. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[56]Martha Augoustinos, Iain Walker, Ngaire Donaghue, (2006), "Social cognition: An integrated introduction", London, Sage Publications. [bibtex] [edit]
[55]Robin Wooffitt, Simon Allistone, (2005), "Towards a discursive parapsychology: language and the laboratory study of anomalous communication", Theory and Psychology, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 325-355. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[54]Elisabeth Stokoe, Alexa Hepburn, (2005), "‘You can hear a lot through the walls’: Noise formulations in neighbour complaints", Discourse & Society, vol. 16, no. 5, pp. 647–673. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[53]Petra Sneijder, Hedwig F.M. te Molder, (2005), "Moral logic and logical morality: Attributions of responsibility and blame in online discourse on veganism", Discourse & Society, vol. 16, no. 5, pp. 675–696. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[52]Janet Smithson, Elizabeth H. Stokoe, (2005), "Discourses of Work–Life Balance: Negotiating “Genderblind” Terms in Organizations", Gender, Work & Organization, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 147–168. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[51]Alec McHoul, Mark Rapley, (2005), "A Case of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Diagnosis: Sir Karl and Francis B. Slug It Out on the Consulting Room Floor", Discourse & Society, vol. 16, no. 3, pp. 419–449. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[50]Alexa Hepburn, (2005), "“You're Not Takin‘ Me Seriously”: Ethics and Asymmetry in Calls to a Child Protection Helpline", Journal of Constructivist Psychology, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 253–274. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[49]Alexa Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, (2005), "Size matters: Constructing accountable bodies in NSPCC helpline interaction", Discourse & Society, vol. 16, no. 5, pp. 625–645. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[48]Alexa Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, (2005), "Developments in discursive psychology", Discourse & Society, vol. 16, no. 5, pp. 595–601. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[47]Derek Edwards, (2005), "Discursive Psychology", In Handbook of Language and Social Interaction (Kristine L. Fitch, Robert E. Sanders, eds.), Mahwah, NJ, Erlbaum, pp. 257–273. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[46]Derek Edwards, (2005), "Moaning, Whinging and Laughing: The Subjective Side of Complaints", Discourse Studies, vol. 7, pp. 5-29. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[45]Paul Drew, (2005), "Is Confusion a State of Mind?", In Conversation and Cognition (Hedwig te Molder, Jonathan Potter, eds.), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 161-83. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[44]Timothy Auburn, (2005), "Narrative reflexivity as a repair device for discounting 'cognitive distortions' in sex offender treatment", Discourse & Society, vol. 16, no. 5, pp. 697–718. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[43]Charles Antaki, Rebecca Barnes, Ivan Leudar, (2005), "Self-disclosure as a situated interactional practice", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 44, no. 2, pp. 181–199. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[42]Mary Horton-Salway, (2004), "The Local Production of Knowledge: Disease Labels, Identities and Category Entitlements in ME Support Group Talk", Health, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 351–371. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[41]Derek Edwards, (2004), "Shared Knowledge as a Performative Category in Conversation", Rivista di Psicolinguistica Applicata, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 41–53. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[40]Jeff Coulter, (2004), "What is discursivepsychology?", Human Studies, vol. 27, pp. 335-340. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[39]Victoria Clarke, Celia Kitzinger, Jonathan Potter, (2004), "‘Kids are just cruel anyway’: Lesbian and gay parents' talk about homophobic bullying", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 43, no. 4, pp. 531–550. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[38]Charles Antaki, (2004), "Reading Minds or Dealing with Interactional Implications?", Theory and Psychology, vol. 14, no. 5, pp. 667–683. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[37]Maria Stubbe, Chris Lane, Jo Hilder, Elaine Vine, Bernadette Vine, Meredith Marra, Janet Holmes, Ann Weatherall, (2003), "Multiple Discourse Analyses of a Workplace Interaction", Discourse Studies, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 351-388. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[36]Kevin McKenzie, (2003), "Discursive Psychology and the NewRacism", Human Studies, vol. 26, no. 4, pp. 461–491. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[35]Derek Edwards, (2003), "Analyzing Racial Discourse: The Discursive Psychology of Mind-World Relationships", In Analyzing Race Talk: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Research Interview (Harry van den Berg, Margaret Wetherell, Hanneke Houtkoop-Steenstra, eds.), Cambridge University Press, pp. 31-48. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[34]Timothy Auburn, Susan Lea, (2003), "Doing cognitive distortions: A discursive psychology analysis of sex offender treatment talk", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 42, no. 2, pp. 281–298. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[33]Charles Antaki, Michael Billig, Derek Edwards, Jonathan Potter, (2003), "Discourse Analysis Means Doing Analysis: A Critique of Six Analytic Shortcomings", Discourse Analysis Online, vol. 1. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[32]Sally Wiggins, (2002), "Talking with your mouth full: Gustatory mmms and the embodiment of pleasure", Research on language and social interaction, vol. 35, no. 3, pp. 311–336. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[31]Bethan Benwell, Elizabeth H. Stokoe, (2002), "The construction of discussion tasks in university tutorials", Discourse Studies, vol. 4, no. 4, pp. 429–453. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[30]Sally K. Wiggins, Jonathan Potter, Aimee Wildsmith, (2001), "Eating Your Words: Discursive Psychology and the Reconstruction of Eating Practices", Journal of Health Psychology, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 5-15. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[29]Alec McHoul, Mark Rapley, (2001), "Ghost: Do Not Forget; This Visitation / Is But to Whet Thy Almost Blunted Purpose: Culture, Psychology and BeingHuman", Culture & Psychology, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 433–451. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[28]David McCarthy, Mark Rapley, (2001), "Far from the madding crowd: psychiatric diagnosis as the management of moral accountability", London, Continuum, pp. 159-167. [bibtex] [edit]
[27]Martha Augoustinos, (2001), "History as a rhetorical resource: using historical narratives to argue and explain", In How to Analyse Talk in Institutional Settings: A Casebook of Methods (Mark Rapley, Alec McHoul, eds.), Continuum, pp. 135-145. [bibtex] [edit]
[26]Jackie Abell, Elizabeth H. Stokoe, (2001), "Broadcasting the royal role: Constructing culturally situated identities in the Princess Diana Panorama interview", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 40, pp. 417–435. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[25]Susan A. Speer, Jonathan Potter, (2000), "The Management of Heterosexist Talk: Conversational Resources and Prejudiced Claims", Discourse & Society, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 543-572. [bibtex] [edit] [doi]
[24]Pirjo Nikander, (2000), "'Old' versus 'little girl': A discursive approach to age categorisation and morality", Journal of Aging Studies, vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 335-358. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[23]Derek Edwards, (2000), "Extreme Case Formulations: Softeners, Investment, and Doing Nonliteral", Research on Language and Social Interaction, vol. 33, no. 4, pp. 347-373. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[22]Jackie Abell, Elizabeth H. Stokoe, Michael Billig, (2000), "Narrative and the discursive (re)construction of events", In Lines of Narrative (Molly Andrews, Shelley Day Sclater, Corinne Squire, Amal Treacher, eds.), Taylor & Francis Ltd, pp. 180–192. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[21]Derek Edwards, Jonathan Potter, (1999), "Language and Causal Attribution. A Rejoinder to Schmid and Fiedler", Theory & Psychology, vol. 9, no. 6, pp. 849-863. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[20]Derek Edwards, (1999), "Shared Knowledge as a Performative and Rhetorical Category", In Pragmatics in 1998: Selected Papers From the 6th International Pragmatics Conference (Jef Verschueren, ed.), International Pragmatics Association, vol. 2, pp. 130-141. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[19]Derek Edwards, (1999), "Emotion Discourse", Culture and Psychology, vol. 5, no. 3, pp. 271-291. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[18]Stephen Blumenthal, Gisli Gudjonsson, Jan Burns, (1999), "Cognitive distortions and blame attribution in sex offenders against adults and children", Child Abuse and Neglect, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 129-143. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[17]Martha Augoustinos, Keith Tuffin, Mark Rapley, (1999), "Genocide or a Failure to Gel? Racism, History and Nationalism in Australian Talk", Discourse & Society, vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 351–378. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[16]Charles Antaki, Margaret Wetherell, (1999), "Show concessions", Discourse Studies, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 7–27. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[15]Jackie Abell, Elizabeth H. Stokoe, (1999), "`I Take Full Responsibility, I Take Some Responsibility, I'll Take Half of it But No More Than That': Princess Diana and the Negotiation of Blame in the `Panorama' Interview", Discourse Studies, vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 297-319. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[14]Mark Rapley, (1998), "JustanordinaryAustralian: Self-categorization and the discursive construction of facticity in newracist political rhetoric", British Journal of Social Psychology, vol. 37, no. 3, pp. 325-344. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[13]Derek Edwards, (1998), "The relevant thing about her: social identity categories in use", In Identities in talk (Charles Antaki, Sue Widdicombe, eds.), London, Sage Publications. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[12]Kate Burningham, (1998), "A noisy road or noisy resident? A demonstration of the utility of social constructionism for analyzing environmental problems", Sociological Review, vol. 46, no. 3, pp. 536-563. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[11]Derek Edwards, (1997), "Discourse and Cognition", London, Sage Publications. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[10]Charles Antaki, Mark Rapley, (1996), "‘Quality of Life’ Talk: The Liberal Paradox of Psychological Testing", Discourse & Society, vol. 7, no. 3, pp. 293–316. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[9]Elizabeth H. Stokoe, (1995), "Gender differences in undergraduates' talk: Contrasting analyses and what they offer", Feminism & Psychology, vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 99-104. [bibtex] [edit]
[8]Derek Edwards, (1995), "Sacks and Psychology", Theory and Psychology, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 579-596. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[7]Derek Edwards, (1995), "Two to Tango: Script Formulations, Dispositions, and Rhetorical Symmetry in Relationship Troubles Talk", Research on Language and Social Interaction, vol. 28, no. 4, pp. 319-350. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[6]Derek Edwards, (1994), "Script Formulations: An Analysis of Event Descriptions in Conversation", Journal of Language and Social Psychology, vol. 13, no. 3, pp. 211-247. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[5]Charles Antaki, (1994), "Explaining and arguing", London, Sage. [bibtex] [edit]
[4]Derek Edwards, Jonathan Potter, (1993), "Language and Causation: A Discourse Analytical Approach to Description and Attribution", Psychological Review, vol. 100, no. 1, pp. 23-41. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[3]Derek Edwards, Jonathan Potter, (1992), "Discursive psychology", London, Sage. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]
[2]Derek Edwards, (1991), "Categories Are for Talking. On the Cognitive and Discursive Bases of Categorization", Theory and Psychology, vol. 1, no. 4, pp. 515–542. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf] [doi]
[1]John E. Blundell, (1980), "Hunger, Appetite and Satiety - Constructs in Search of Identities", In Nutrition and Lifestyles (Michael Turner, ed.), London, Applied Science, pp. 21-42. [bibtex] [edit] [pdf]