Publications

2015 – Publications from the Centre for Language and Communication Research and the Lexical Studies Group, Cardiff University

  • Georgakopoulou, Alexandra and Spilioti, Tereza, eds. 2015. The Routledge handbook of language and digital communication. Routledge.
  • Adolphs, Svenja and Knight, Dawn 2015. Beyond monomodal spoken corpora. In: Baker, Paul and McEnery, Tony eds. Corpora and Discourse Studies: Integrating Discourse and Corpora, Palgrave Advances in Language and Linguistics, Houndsmill, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 41-62.
  • Bartlett, Thomas Alexander Marks 2015. Multiscalar modelling of context: some questions raised by the category of mode. In: Bowcher, Wendy L. and Yameng Liang, Jennifer eds. Society in Language, Language in Society Essays in Honour of Ruqaiya Hasan, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 166-183.
  • Buerki, Andreas 2015. An introduction to R. Presented at: CLCR Software Training Workshops, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK, 25 November 2015.
  • Buerki, Andreas 2015. Mein Diplom und unser Diplom [on individual and societal aspects of a university degree]. Presented at: Graduation Ceremony of the Philosophical-Historical Faculty of the University of Basel, Basel University, Basel, Switzerland, 28 March 2015.
  • Buerki, Andreas 2015. Phraseological fingerprints: using habitual wordings to aid authorship attribution. Presented at: Corpus Linguistics in the South (CLS) 10: Corpus approaches to public and professional discourse, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK, 28 November 2015.
  • Buerki, Andreas 2015. Word Association Data Processor. GitHub.
  • Crabtree, Andy, Tennent, Paul, Brundell, Pat and Knight, Dawn 2015. Digital records and the digital replay system. In: Halfpenny, Peter J. and Proctor, Rob eds. Innovations in Digital Research Methods, London: Sage, pp. 193-220.
  • Dörk, Marian and Knight, Dawn 2015. WordWanderer: A navigational approach to text visualisation. Corpora 10 (1) , pp. 83-94. 10.3366/cor.2015.0067
  • El Refaie, Elisabeth 2015. Reconsidering “image metaphor” in the light of Perceptual Simulation Theory. Metaphor and Symbol 30 (1) , pp. 63-76. 10.1080/10926488.2014.948799
  • El Refaie, Elisabeth 2015. Scoring a goal or an own-goal against disease? A multilevel framework for describing metaphor coherence in health campaigns. Metaphor and the Social World 5 (1) , 102 -123. 10.1075/msw.5.1.06ref
  • Fitzpatrick, T., Playfoot, D., Wray, A. & Wright, M. 2015 Establishing the Reliability of Word Association Data for Investigating Individual and Group Differences. Applied Linguistics, 36, 1, 23-50.
  • Georgakopoulou, Alexandra and Spilioti, Tereza 2015. Introduction. In: Georgakopoulou, Alexandra and Spilioti, Tereza eds. The Routledge Handbook of Language and Digital Communication, Routledge, pp. 1-16.
  • Gwilliams, Laura and Fontaine, Lise Margaret 2015. Indeterminacy in process type classification. Functional Linguistics 2 , 8. 10.1186/s40554-015-0021-x
  • Handford, Michael 2015. Corpus analysis. In: Hua, Z. ed. Research Methods in Intercultural Communication: A Practical Guide, Wiley, pp. 311-326. (10.1002/9781119166283.ch21)
  • Handford, Michael and Matous, Petr 2015. Problem-solving discourse on an international construction site: Patterns and practices. English for Specific Purposes 38 , pp. 85-98. 10.1016/j.esp.2014.12.002
  • Higginbotham, G., Munby, I., & Racine, J. P. (2015). A Japanese word association database of English. Vocabulary Learning and Instruction, 4(2), 1-20.
  • Irvine, Elizabeth 2015. Method and evidence: Gesture and iconicity in the evolution of language? Mind and Language
  • Klassen, K. (2015). What’s a Jack? Proper nouns and L2 reading comprehension. Vocabulary Education and Research Bulletin 4 (2), 11-15.
  • Klassen, K. (2015). [Review of the book Conceptualising “learning” in applied linguistics, by P. Seedhouse, S. Walsh and C. Jenks]. BAAL News 106, 20-21.
  • Knight, Dawn 2015. e-Language: communication in the digital age. In: Baker, Paul and McEnery, Tony eds. Corpora and Discourse Studies: Integrating Discourse and Corpora, Palgrave Advances in Language and Linguistics, Houndsmill, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 20-40.
  • Knight, Dawn, Walsh, Steve and Papagiannidis, Savvas 2015. I’m having a spring clear out: a corpus-based analysis of e-transactional discourse. Applied Linguistics , pp. 1-25. 10.1093/applin/amv019
  • Lawson, E, Stuart-Smith, J, Scobbie, J M, Nakai, S, Beavan, D, Edmonds, F, Edmonds, I, Turk, A, Timmins, C, Beck, J, Esling, J, Leplatre, G, Cowen, S, Barras, W and Durham, Mercedes 2015. Dynamic Dialects: an articulatory web resource for the study of accents. [Online]. Glasgow: University of Glasgow. Available at: http://www.dynamicdialects.ac.uk/
  • Lawson, E. E., Stuart-Smith, J., Scobbie, J. M., Nakai, S., Beavan, D., Edmonds, F., Edmonds, I., Turk, A., Timmins, C., Beck, J., Esling, J., Leplatre, G., Cowen, S., Barras, W. and Durham, Mercedes 2015. Seeing Speech: an articulatory web resource for the study of phonetics. [Online]. Glasgow: University of Glasgow. Available at: http://www.seeingspeech.ac.uk/
  • Learmonth, Mark, Potts, Amanda and Mautner, Gerlinde 2015. Making Administrative Science Quarterly a corpus: methods and emerging results. Presented at: Seminar on Contributions to Management and Organisation Studies of Corpus Linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis, Durham, UK, 16 April 2015.
  • Meara, Paul. 2015. Vocabulary research in 1983: A bibliometric analysis.

Linguistics Beyond And Within 1, pp. 187-198.

  • Pons-Sanz, Sara 2015. Identifying and dating Norse-derived terms in Medieval English: approaches and methods. In: Askedal, John Ole and Nielsen, Hans Frede eds. Early Germanic Languages in Contact, John Benjamins, pp. 203-221. (10.1075/nss.27)
  • Pons-Sanz, Sara 2015. Norse-derived terms in Orm’s lexico-semantic field of EMOTION. Journal of English and Germanic Philology 114 (4) , pp. 552-586. 10.5406/jenglgermphil.114.4.0552
  • Pons-Sanz, Sara 2015. Old English style. In: Sotirova, Violeta ed. The Bloomsbury Companion to Stylistics, Bloomsbury Companions, London: Bloomsbury, pp. 569-582.
  • Potts, Amanda 2015. Filtering the flood: semantic tagging as a method of identifying salient discourse topics in a large corpus of Hurricane Katrina reportage. In: Baker, Paul and McEnery, Tony eds. Corpora and Discourse Studies: Integrating Discourse and Corpora, Basingstoke: Palgrave, pp. 285-304.
  • Potts, Amanda, Bednarek, M. and Caple, H. 2015. How can computer-based methods help researchers to investigate news values in large datasets? A corpus linguistic study of the construction of newsworthiness in the reporting on Hurricane Katrina. Discourse & Communication 9 (2) , pp. 149-172. 10.1177/1750481314568548
  • Potts, Amanda and Kjær, Anne Lise 2015. Constructing achievement in the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY): A corpus-based critical discourse analysis. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law , pp. 1-31. 10.1007/s11196-015-9440-y
  • Spilioti, Tereza 2015. Digital discourses: a critical perspective. In: Georgakopoulou, Alexandra and Spilioti, Tereza eds. The Routledge Handbook of Language and Digital Communication, Routledge Handbooks in Applied Linguistics, Routledge, pp. 133-145.
  • Spilioti, Tereza 2015. Social media discourse. In: Tracy, Karen, Ilie, Cornelia and Sandel, Todd eds. The International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction, Wiley Blackwell, pp. 1365-1374.
  • Wray 2015 Dementia and Language. In Chapelle, C.A. (ed). The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, ISBN: 9781405194730
  • Wray, Alison 2015. Why are we so sure we know what a word is? In: Taylor, John R. ed. Oxford Handbook of the Word, Oxford Handbooks, Oxford: Oxford University Press, (10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199641604.013.032)
  • Wray, Alison and Wallace, Mike 2015. Developing research expertise in applied linguistics: capacity-building for today’s interdisciplinary challenges. ITL: International Journal of Applied Linguistics 166 (1) , pp. 3-36. 10.1075/itl.166.1.01wra
  • Ylanne, Virpi 2015. Representations of ageing in the media. In: Twigg, Julia and Martin, Wendy eds. Routledge Handbook of Cultural Gerontology, Routledge International Handbooks, London: Routledge, pp. 369-376.
  • Ylänne, Virpi 2015. Too old to parent? Discursive representations of late parenting in the British press. Discourse & Communication 10 (2) , pp. 176-197. 10.1177/1750481315611242

2014

  • Bartlett, T. (2014). Analysing Power in Language. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Brown, D. (2014). The Power and Authority of Materials in the Classroom Ecology. The Modern Language Journal, 98(2), 658-661.
  • Durham, M. (2014). The Acquisition of Sociolinguistic Competence in a Lingua Franca Context. Multilingual Matters.
  • Durham, M. (2014). 30 years later: Real-time change and stability in attitudes towards the dialect in Shetland, chapter in the volume Sociolinguistics in Scotland (ed. Robert Lawson). Palgrave MacMillan. 296-318
  • El Refaie, E. (2014) Looking on the dark and bright side: Creative metaphors of depression in two graphic memoirs. a/b: Auto/Biography Studies 29(1)
  • El Refaie, E. (2014) Appearances and dis/dys-appearances: A dynamic view of embodiment in Conceptual Metaphor Theory. Metaphor and the Social World 4(1): 109-125.
  • Fitzpatrick, T. & Munby, I. (2014) Word associations and the L2 lexicon. In Milton, J. & Fitzpatrick, T. (eds) Dimensions of Vocabulary Knowledge.  Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Forceville, C., El Refaie, E. and Meesters, G. (2014) Stylistics and comics. In M. Burke (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Stylistics. London: Routledge: 485-499.
  • Hörschelmann, K. and El Refaie, E. (2014) Youth citizenship beyond consensus: Examining the role of satire and humour for critical engagements in citizenship education. In D. Buckingham, S. Bragg and M.J. Kehily (eds.) Youth Cultures in the Age of Global Media. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan: 225-241.
  • Jiménez Catalán, R. & Fitzpatrick, T. (2014) Frequency Profiles of EFL Learners’ Lexical Availability. In Jiménez Catalán, R. (ed)  Lexical Availability in English and Spanish.  Springer.
  • Klassen, K. (2014). Review of S. Dehaene Reading in the brain: The new science of how we read. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 24 (1), 128 – 130.
  • Klassen, K. (2014?). Review of P. Seedhouse, S. Walsh and C. Jenks Conceptualising “learning” in applied linguistics. BAAL News 106.
  • Knight, D., Adolphs, S. and Carter, R. (2014). CANELC – constructing an e-language corpus. Corpora journal 9(1): 29-56.
  • Meara, P.M. (2014). Life before Nation: Bibliometrics and L2 vocabulary studies in 1982. In Gómez González, María de los Ángeles, Gonzálvez García, Francisco & Ruíz de Mendoza, Francisco (eds.) The functional perspective on language and discourse: applications and implications. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp.111-129.
  • Meara, P.M. (2014). Vocabulary research in The Modern Language Journal: A bibliometric analysis. Vocabulary Learning and Instruction, Advance online publication.doi: 10.7820/vli.v03.1.meara
  • Milton, J. & Fitzpatrick, T. (eds) (2014) Dimensions of Vocabulary Knowledge. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • O’Grady, G. (2014). The use of key in projecting criticism in political debate. Text and Talk 34-6. Pp. 685–711.
  • O’Grady, G. (2014). “An Investigation of How Intonation Helps Signal Information Structure.” In W Bowcher and B Smith (eds.) Systemic Phonology.  London: Equinox Pp. 27–52​.
  • Playfoot, D., Tree, J.J., & Izura, C. (2014) Naming acronyms: The influence of reading context in skilled reading and surface dyslexia. Aphasiology, 28 (12), 1448-1463. DOI:10.1080/02687038.2014.939517
  • Playfoot, D., & Izura, C. (2014).  Spelling-to-sound correspondences affect acronym recognition processes.  Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology. DOI:10.1080/17470218.2014.977304
  • Racine, J. P., Higginbotham, G., & Munby, I. (2014). Exploring non-native norms: A new direction in word association research. Vocabulary Education and Research Bulletin, 3(2), 13-15.
  • Rooks, M. (2014). The effects of motivational factors on Japanese learners of English. International Journal of Educational Research and Development 3,(1): 6-22.
  • Stewart, J. (2014). Do Multiple-Choice Options Inflate Estimates of Vocabulary Size on the VST?. Language Assessment Quarterly, 11(3), 271-282.
  • Tagliamonte, S., Durham, M. and Smith, J. (2014). Grammaticalization at an early stage: Future ‘be going to’ in conservative British dialects. English Language and Linguistics 18(1):75-108.
  • Thwaites, P. (2014). ‘Maximizing learning from written output’, ELT Journal, 68 (2): 135-144. doi: 10.1093/elt/cct098
  • Wray, A. (2014). Developing comprehensive criteria of adequacy: the challenge of hybridity. In Gómez González, María de los Ángeles, Ruíz de Mendoza, Francisco José,  Gonzálvez García, Francisco & Downing, Angela (eds.) The functional perspective on language and discourse: applications and implications. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 978-90-272-5652-2. pp19-36.
  • Wray, A. & Wallace, M. (2014). Developing social science research expertise: a resource and guide for trainers. National Centre for Research Methods, http://www.restore.ac.uk/researchexpertise/
  • Wray, A. (2014). Why are we so sure we know what a word is?In Taylor, John (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of the Word. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2014) ISBN:  9780199641604. Published on line March 2014. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199641604.013.032
  • Wray, A. 2014. Formulaic language and threat: the challenge of empathy and compassion in Alzheimer’s disease interaction. In Schrauf, R. & Mueller, N. (eds) Dialogue and Dementia: Cognitive and Communicative Resources for Engagement. New York: Psychology Press, 263-86
  • Ylänne, V. (2014). Review of Bert Hayslip and Gregory C. Smith (eds), Resilient grandparent caregivers: a strengths-based perspective. New York: Routledge (Taylor & Francis). Ageing and Society 34(3), 538-540.

 

2014 – Conference and seminar papers:

  • Mercedes Durham: March 2014, ‘Tapping into linguistic attitudes with twitter: how #sexy is the Welsh accent?’ First Southern Englishes Workshop (Brighton)
  • Mercedes Durham: May 2014, ‘Real-time change in dialect use in Shetland: diglossia, bidialectalism and dialect shift’. International Conference on Northern British English (Rouen, France)
  • Mercedes Durham: May 2014, ‘Linguistic Variation/Variation Linguistique’. Symposium de Langues. (Sierre, Switzerland)
  • Mercedes Durham: July 2014, ‘Tapping into linguistic attitudes with twitter: how #sexy is the Welsh accent?’ Language Diversity in Wales Conference (Aberystwyth)
  • Mercedes Durham: August 2014, ‘Tapping into linguistic attitudes with twitter: how #sexy is the Welsh accent?’ International Society for the Linguistics of English 3. (Zurich, Switzerland)
  • Mercedes Durham: November 2014, ‘Understanding Language Change through attitudes. How #sexy is the Welsh accent?’ CLCR research seminar (Cardiff)
  • Mercedes Durham: November 2014, ‘Demographic change leading to dialect shift: A real time study of Shetland schoolchildren.’ Moving People, Changing Cultures conference (Cardiff)
  • Lisa El Refaie: June 2014,   ‘Uses and misuses of metaphor in health education: The example of two children’s comics on tuberculosis prevention’. 10th Conference of the Association for Researching and Applying Metaphor (RaAM) (Cagliari, Sardinia, Italy)
  • Tess Fitzpatrick: August 2014, ‘Second Language Vocabulary Learning – Current trends and issues: Developing pedagogical wordlists in Welsh.’ AILA World Congress (Brisbane, Australia)
  • Tess Fitzpatrick: July 2014, ‘Word Associations and Linguistic Investigation’ Victoria University Linguistics and Language Studies seminar series (Wellington, New Zealand)
  • Tess Fitzpatrick: June 2014, ‘The influence of age on word retrieval behaviour.’ University of the Third Age (Monmouth)
  • Tess Fitzpatrick and John Racine: August 2014, ‘Using learners’ L1 word association profiles as an alternative to native speaker norms’ AILA World Congress (Brisbane, Australia)
  • Dawn Knight: December 2014, Practical applications for corpora. Invited workshop at Welsh tutors conference (Cardiff University).Dawn Knight: November 2014,Re)defining context in corpus linguistics’. Invited keynote presentation at Information Visualization seminar series (Potsdam University of Applied Sciences).
  • Dawn Knight: November 2014,The ‘spokenness’ of e-language’. Paper presented at the Corpus Linguistics in the South Conference (Reading University).
  • Dawn Knight with Paul Seedhouse. September 2014, ‘Using technology to solve a research problem’. Paper presented at the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL) annual meeting (Warwick University).
  • Dawn Knight with Brona Murphy: June 2014,Exploring the meta in ‘meta-data’: corpus investigations in sociolinguistic contexts’. Invited keynote presentation at IVACS 2014 (Newcastle University).
  • Dawn Knight with Svenja Adolphs: March 2014, ‘Capturing Formulaic Sequences ‘in the wild’’. Paper presented as part of the New Insights into the Acquisition, Assessment and Pedagogy of Formulaic Language colloquium held at the American Association for Applied Linguistics conference (Portland, Oregon).
  • Gerard O’Grady: September 2014, ‘Given New what do the terms refer to? A first (small) step’ Cardiff Round Table New Theoretical Perspectives above, below and across the Clause. (Cardiff University)
  • John Racine with George Higginbotham and Ian Munby: June 2014, ‘Creating a High-ability L2 Word Association Norms Database’ The 3rd Annual JALT Vocabulary SIG Symposium (Kyushu Sangyo University, Fukuoka, Japan)
  • Frances Rock: October 2014, ‘Approaches and outcomes in investigating language and policing’ III Jornadas de Lingüística Forense  (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)
  • Frances Rock: September 2014, ‘Tracing the ‘trans’ in translation and translanguaging in a superdiverse community: First steps’  Downscaling Culture (Cardiff University)
  • Frances Rock with Simeon Hill, Rachel Cavanagh, Susie Grant, Jose Xavier, Eugene Murphy, Phil Trathan (Presented by Simeon Hill of the British Antarctic Survey): August 2014, ‘Managing Southern Ocean fisheries to protect other ecosystem services’. The XXXIII Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research Conference Biennial Meeting, (Auckland, New Zealand)
  • Virpi Ylänne: April 2014, ‘Too old to parent? Discourses of older first time parenting in the British press’. 8th International Symposium on Cultural Gerontology (Galway, Ireland)
  • Virpi Ylänne: June 2014, ‘Discursive representation of older first time parents in the British press’. Sociolinguistics Symposium 20 (Jyväskylä, Finland)
  • Virpi Ylänne: September 2014 ‘Representations of older first time parents in the British press’. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis acrossDisciplines5 (CADAAD 5)conference (Budapest, Hungary)

2013 – Publications from the Centre for Language and Communication Research and the Lexical Studies Group, Cardiff University

  • Bartlett, T. A. M. 2013. “I’ll Manage the Context”: Context, environment and the potential for institutional change. In: Fontaine, L.M. et al. eds. Systemic Functional Linguistics: Exploring Choice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 342-364.
  • Bartlett, T. A. M. 2013. An invitation to the feast: voice and choice in English as a lingua franca. In: Erling, E.J. and Seargeant, P. eds. English and international development: policy, pedagogy and globalization. Bristol: Multilingual Matters, pp. 163-181.
  • Brown, D. 2013. Knowledge of collocations. In Milton, J. & T. Fitzpatrick (eds) Dimensions of Vocabulary Knowledge. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Brown, D.2013. Types of words identified as unknown by L2 learners when reading. System, 41 1043-1055 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.system.2013.10.013
  • Durham, M. 2013. Was/were alternation in Shetland English. World Englishes 32(1), pp. 108-128.
  • El Refaie, E. 2013. Cross-modal resonances in creative multimodal metaphors: Breaking out of conceptual prisons. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 11(2), pp. 236-249.
  • El Refaie, E. 2013. Transnational identity as shape-shifting: Metaphor and cultural resonance in Gene Luen Yang’s American Born Chinese. In: Denson, S. et al. eds. Transnational Perspectives on Graphic Narratives: Comics at the Crossroads. Oxford: Continuum, pp. 33-48.
  • Evans, C. A. 2013. The media representation of Formula One as ‘spectacle’: constructing sport as a live mediatised event. PhD, Cardiff University.
  • Fitzpatrick, T. & Munby, I. 2013. Knowledge of word associations. In Milton, J. & T. Fitzpatrick (eds) Dimensions of Vocabulary Knowledge. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Fitzpatrick, T. 2013. Word associations. In Chapelle, C. (ed) Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 6193-6199.
  • Fitzpatrick, T. et al. 2013. Establishing the reliability of word association data for investigating individual and group differences. Applied Linguistics online first.
  • Fontaine, L. M. 2013. Introduction: choice in contemporary systemic functional theory. In: Fontaine, L.M. et al. eds. Systemic functional linguistics: exploring choice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-14.
  • Fontaine, L. M. 2013. Semantic options and complex functions: A recursive view of choice. In: Fontaine, L.M. et al. eds. Systemic functional linguistics: exploring choice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 95-114.
  • Fontaine, L., Bartlett, T. & O’Grady, G. eds. 2013. Systemic functional linguistics: Exploring choice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Heffer, C. 2013. Communication and magic: Authorized voice, legal-linguistic habitus and the recontextualization of ‘beyond reasonable doubt’. In: Heffer, C. et al. eds. Legal-Lay Communication: Textual Travels in the Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 206-225.
  • Heffer, C. 2013. Projecting voice: towards an agentive understanding of a critical capacity. Cardiff: Cardiff Working Papers in Language and Literature.
  • Heffer, C. 2013. Revelation and rhetoric: a critical model of forensic discourse. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law 26(2), pp. 459-485.
  • Heffer, C., Rock, F. & Conley, J. eds. 2013. Legal-lay communication: textual travels in the law. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Jiménez Catalán, R. and Fitzpatrick, T. 2013. Frequency Profiles of EFL Learners’ Lexical Availability. In Jiménez Catalán, R. (ed) Lexical Availability in English and Spanish as a Second Language. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Knight, D. (2013). Review: ‘Corpus Linguistics: Methods, Theory and Practice’ by Tony McEnery and Andrew Hardie. Yearbook of Corpus Linguistics and Pragmatics 1. London: Springer Verlag.
  • Knight, D., Adolphs, S. and Carter, R. (2013). Formality in digital discourse – A study of hedging in CANELC. In Romero-Trillo, J. (Ed.) Yearbook of Corpus Linguistics and Pragmatics.London: Springer Verlag.
  • Luchjenbroers, J. & Aldridge, M. 2013. Do you kick a dog when it’s down? Considering the use of children’s video-taped testimonies in court. In: Freeman, M. & Smith, F. eds. Current Legal Issues, Vol 16, Law and Language. Oxford University Press, pp. 292-309 ​
  • Milton, J. & Fitzpatrick, T. eds. 2013. Dimensions of Vocabulary Knowledge. Palgrave Macmillan
  • Munby, I. 2013. i-lex: An improved method of assessing L2 learner ability to see connections between words. Vocabulary Education and Research Bulletin 2(2), pp.11-13
  • Nelson, S. 2013. Directing jurors in England and Wales: the effect of narrativisation on comprehension. PhD, Cardiff University.
  • O’Grady, G., Bartlett, T. & Fontaine, L. eds. 2013. Choice in language: Applications in text analysis. London and Oakville: Equinox.
  • O’Grady, G. N. 2013. Choices in Tony’s Talk: Phonological paragraphing, information unit nexuses and the presentation of tone units. In: O’Grady, G.N. et al. eds. Choice in Language: Applications in Text Analysis. Sheffield: Equinox Publishing, pp. 125-157.
  • O’Grady, G. N. 2013. Key concepts in phonetics and phonology. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Racine, J. P. 2013 The history and future of word association research. Dokkyo Journal of Language Learning and Teaching, 1, pp. 55-73.
  • Racine, J. P., Benevides, M., Graham-Marr, A., Coulson, D., Browne, C., Poulshock, J., & Waring, R. (2013). Vocabulary acquisition, input, and extensive reading: A conversation. The Language Teacher, 37(4), 56-60.
  • Racine, J.P. 2013. Reaction Time Methodologies and Lexical Access in Applied Linguistics. Vocabulary Learning and Instruction Online First doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7820/vli.v03.1.racine
  • Robert, E. 2013. Welsh lexical planning and the use of lexis in institutional settings. PhD, Cardiff University.
  • Rock, F. E. 2013. Every link in the chain: The police interview as textual intersection. In: Heffer, C. et al. eds. Legal-Lay Communication: Textual Travels in the Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 78-103.
  • Rock, F. E. 2013. Textual travel in legal-lay communication. In: Heffer, C. et al. eds. Legal-Lay Communication: Textual Travels in the Law. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 3-32.
  • Sarangi, S. K. 2013. Owning responsible actions/selves: Role-relational trajectories in counselling for childhood genetic testing. In: Ostman, J.O. and Solin, A. eds. Discourse and Responsibility in Professional Contexts. London: Equinox Publishing.
  • Smith, J. Durham, M. & Richards, H. 2013. The social and linguistic in the acquisition of sociolinguistic norms: Caregivers, children and variation. Linguistics 51(2), pp. 285-324.
  • Wilson, N. 2013. Interaction without walls: Analysing leadership discourse through dramaturgy and participation. Journal of Sociolinguistics 17(2), pp. 180-199.
  • Wray, A. 2013. Formulaic language. Language Teaching 46(3), pp. 316-334.
  • Wray, A. 2013. Formulaic language: Pushing the boundaries (China edition). Shanghai Foreign Language Teaching Press/Oxford University Press.
  • Wray, A. 2013. Formulaic sequences. In: Chapelle, C. ed. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Vol. 4. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 2200-2205.
  • Wray, A. 2013. Future directions in formulaic language research. E-crini: la revue électronique du Centre de Recherche sur les Identités Nationales et l’Interculturalité.http://www.crini.univ-nantes.fr/94999702/0/fiche___pagelibre/&RH=1367244575073
  • Wray, A. 2013. Mislaying compassion: linguistic triggers for inadequate care-giving in Alzheimer’s Disease care. In: Davis, B.H. and Guendouzi, J. eds. Pragmatics in Dementia Discourse. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 117-145.
  • Zayts, O. and Sarangi, S. K. 2013. Modes of risk explanation in telephone consultations between nurses and parents for a genetic condition. Health, Risk & Society 15(2), pp. 194-215.

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