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Angouri, J. 2013 (forthcoming). Sexual Identities in the Workplace. Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality. Wiley-Blackwell

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.

Angouri, J., Angelidou, E. 2012. Managing the director’s views; Personal and Professional identities in action. In S. Mada, R. Saftoiu and M.Gheorghe (eds.) Professional Communication across Languages and Cultures. 61-83. Benjamins, Dialogue Studies series.

Angouri, J., Marra, M. 2011. ‘Ok one last thing for today then’: Constructing corporate identities in meeting talk. In J. Angouri and M. Marra (eds.) Constructing Identities at work. 85-103. London: Palgrave.

Angouri, J. 2011. ‘We are in a masculine profession…’. Doing gender in a consortium of two multinational engineering companies. In L. Mullany (ed.) Gender and Language in the Workplace. Special Issue Gender and Language 5(2) 343-371.

Atanga, L.,Ellece, S., Litosseliti, L. and Sunderland, J. (2013) Gender and Language in African Contexts: Tradition, Struggle and Change. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

Baker, P. (2002). Polari: The Lost Language of Gay Men. London: Routledge.

Baker, P. (2005) Public Discourses of Gay Men. London: Routledge.

Baker, P. (2004) '"Unnatural acts"' Discourses of homosexuality within the House of Lords debates on gay male law reform Sociolinguistics 8:1 88-106.

Baker, P. (2008) Sexed Texts: Language, Gender and Sexuality. London: Exquinox

Baker, P. (2010) 'Will Ms ever be as frequent as Mr? A corpus-based comparison of gendered terms across four diachronic corpora of British English.' Gender and Language 4.1: 125-129.

Baker, P. (2014) Using Corpora to Analyse Gender. London: Bloomsbury.

Baker, P. (2014) '"Bad wigs and screaming mimis": Using corpus-Assisted techniques to carry out critical discourse analysis of the representation of trans people in the British press.' In C. Hart and P. Cap (eds) Contemporary Critical Discourse Studies. London, Bloomsbury: 211-236

Baker, P. and Levon, E. (2016) '"That's what I call a man": representations of racialised and classed masculinities in the UK print media. Gender and Language 10(1): 106-139.

Baxter, J. (2014) Double-Voicing: Power, gender and linguistic expertise. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Baxter, J. (2010) The Language of Female Leadership. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Baxter, J. (2006) Speaking Out: The Female Voice in Public Contexts.(ed)Palgrave: Macmillan.

Baxter, J. (2003) Positioning Gender in Discourse: A feminist methodology. Basingstoke: Palgrave, Macmillan.

Baxter, J. (2001) Making Gender Work. The University of Reading: The National Centre for Language and Literacy.

Farr, F. and Murphy, B. 2009. Religious references in contemporary Irish English: ‘for the love of God almighty….I’m a holy terror for turf’. Journal of Intercultural Pragmatics 6 (4): 535-559.

Jones, Lucy (2012) Dyke/Girl: Language and Identities in a Lesbian Group. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan

Jones, Lucy (2016) “If a Muslim says ‘homo’, nothing gets done”. Racist discourse and in-group identity construction in an LGBT youth group. Language in Society. 45(1): 113-33

Jones, L. (2015) Masculinity in lesbian discourse: The case of ‘butch’ and ‘femme’. In Milani, T (Ed.) Language and Masculinities: Performances, Intersections, Dislocations. Oxon: Routledge, 174-96 van der Bom, I., L. Coffey-Glover, L. Jones, S. Mills & L.L. Paterson (2015) Implicit homophobic argument structure: Equal marriage discourse in the Moral Maze. Journal of Language and Sexuality, 4(1): 102–37

Harrington, Kate, Litosseliti, Lia, Sauntson, Helen and Sunderland, Jane (eds) (2008) Gender and Language Research Methodologies. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Litosseliti, L. (2006). Gender and Language: Theory and Practice. London: Hodder Arnold.

Litosseliti, L. (ed.) (2010). Research Methods in Linguistics. London: Continuum.

Litosseliti, L. (2003). Using Focus Groups in Research. London: Continuum.

Litosseliti, L. and Sunderland, J. (eds.) (2002). Discourse Analysis and Gender Identity. 'Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture' Vol. 2. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

McLouglin, Linda (2000) The Language of Magazines London: Routledge

McLouglin, Linda (2008) The construction of female sexuality in the ‘sex special’: transgression or containment in magazines’ information on sexuality for girls? Gender and Language 2.2.

McLouglin, Linda (2012) ’Bingo wings and muffin tops: negotiating the exhibition of ‘imperfect’ bodies in ‘How to Look Good Naked’’ in Claire McNally and Angela Smith (eds) Naked Exhibitionism: Gendered Performance and Public Exposure.

McLouglin, Linda (2013) ‘Crystal clear: paler skin equals beauty’ South Asian Popular Culture. Volume 11, No. 1.

Murphy, B. 2012. ‘Exploring Response Tokens in Irish English - A Multidisciplinary Approach: Integrating Variational Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics and Corpus Linguistics’. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 17(3): 325-348.

Morrish, L. and Sauntson, H. 2007. New Perspectives on Language and Sexual Identity. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Morrish, L. and Sauntson, H. 2011. Gender, desire and identity in a corpus of lesbian erotica. In B. Scherer and M. Ball (eds) Queering Paradigms II: Interrogating Agendas. Oxford: Peter Lang Press. 63-81.

Murphy, B. 2011. Gender Identities and Discourse. In: Andersen, G. and Aijmer, K. (eds), Pragmatics of Society. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 53-78.

Murphy, B. and Farr, F. 2012. ‘I’m fine girl, and how are you?’: the Use of Vocatives in Spoken Irish-English. In: Migge, B. and Ní Chiosáin, M. (eds), New Perspectives in Irish English. VEAW Series. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 203-224.

Murphy, B. 2010. Corpus and Sociolinguistics: Examining Age in All-female Talk. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Murphy, B. 2009. ‘She’s a fucking ticket’: the pragmatics of FUCK in Irish English: an age and gender perspective. Corpora 4(1): 85-106.

Murphy, B. and Farr, F. 2012. ‘I’m fine girl, and how are you?’: the Use of Vocatives in Spoken Irish-English. In: Migge, B. and Ní Chiosáin, M. (eds), New Perspectives in Irish English. VEAW Series. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 203-224

Murphy, B. 2012. ‘Exploring Response Tokens in Irish English - A Multidisciplinary Approach: Integrating Variational Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics and Corpus Linguistics’. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 17(3): 325-348

Murphy, B. 2015. ‘A corpus-based investigation of pragmatic markers and sociolinguistic variation in Irish English’. In: Amador, C., McCafferty, K., and E. Vaughan (eds), Pragmatic Markers in Irish English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins,65-88.

Sauntson, H. 2005. Saying and not saying: gender, sex(uality) and discourse analysis. In J. Santaemilia (ed) The Language of Sex: Saying and Not Saying. Valencia: University of Valencia Press. 25-44.

Sauntson, H. 2007.Girls’ and boys’ use of acknowledging moves in pupil group classroom discussion. Language and Education 24 (4): 304-327.

Sauntson, H. 2012. Approaches to Gender and Spoken Classroom Discourse. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Sauntson, H. 2013. Sexual diversity and illocutionary silencing in the English National Curriculum. Sex Education 13 (4): 395-408.

Sauntson, H. and Kyratzis, S. (eds) 2007. Language, Sexualities and Desires: Cross-Cultural Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Sauntson, H. and Morrish, L. 2010. Performing sexual identity through spoken discourse. In B. Scherer (ed) Queering Paradigms. Oxford: Peter Lang Press. 27-47.

Sauntson, H. and Morrish, L. 2010. Gender and sexuality – the discursive limits of ‘equality’ in higher education. Learning and Teaching: The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences 3 (2): 1-18.

Sauntson, H. 2016. Language, sexuality and education. In S. Wortham and D. Kim (eds) Encyclopedia of Language and Education Volume 3: Discourse and Education. New York: Springer. (Commissioned publication)

Sauntson, H. and Sundaram, V. 2015. Discursive silences: Critically analysing the presence/absence of sexual diversity in the Sex and Relationships Education guidance for England and Wales. In V. Sundaram and H. Sauntson (eds) Global Perspectives and Key Debates in Sex and Relationships Education: Addressing Issues of Gender, Sexuality, Plurality and Power. Basingstoke: Palgrave. 100-114.

Sauntson, H. 2015. Coming out stories. In P. Whelehan and A. Bolin (eds) The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. (Commissioned publication)

Sauntson, H. 2015. Coming out. In P. Whelehan and A. Bolin (eds) The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. (Commissioned publication) 197-200.

Sauntson, H. 2015. Sexualities equality and diversity training in UK schools: An appraisal analysis of teachers’ reflections, attitudes and experiences. In A. Jule (ed) Shifting Visions: Gender and Discourses. Cambridge, MA: Cambridge Scholars Press. 168-190.

Sauntson, H. 2016. Authenticating sexual diversity in the school curriculum: Examining sociolinguistic constructions of young people’s sexual identities. Journal of Language, Identity and Education 15 (1): 17-31.

Sundaram, V. and Sauntson, H. 2015. Discursive silences: Using critical linguistic and qualitative analysis to explore the continued absence of pleasure in sex and relationships education in England. Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning 16 (3): 240-254.

Sundaram, V. and Sauntson, H. (eds) 2015. Global Perspectives and Key Debates in Sex and Relationships Education: Addressing Issues of Gender, Sexuality, Plurality and Power. Basingstoke: Palgrave











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