Bibliography on Discursive Psychology by Paul Ten Have


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Bibliography Discursive Psychology

Last additions: 11 September 2011


This bibliography presents a selection of the literature in or about 'Discursive Psychology', with a focus on those publications which are closest to ethnomethodology and/or conversation analysisClick on the first letter of the main order to jump to the relevant section of this bibliography:
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Abell, Jackie, 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 location of blame in the Panorama interview', Discourse Studies 1: 297-319Abell, Jackie, Elizabeth H. Stokoe (2001) 'Broadcasting the royal role: Constructing culturally situated identities in Princess Diana's "Panorama" interview', British Journal of Social Psychology 40:  417-35
Abell, Jackie, Elizabeth H. Stokoe, Michael Billig (2000) 'Narrative and the discursive (re)construction of events. In M. Andrews, S.D. Sclater, C. Squire & A. Treacher', eds.Lines of narrative. London: Routledge: 180-192
Allistone, Simon, Robin Wooffitt (2007) 'Negotiating consciousness: parapsychology and the social organisation of reports of mental states'. In: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds. Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 70-87
Antaki, Charles (2004) 'Reading minds or dealing with interactional implications', Theory and Psychology 14: 667-83
Antaki, Charles, Michael Billig, Derek Edwards, Jonathan Potter (2003) 'Discourse analysis means doing analysis: A critique of six analytic shortcomings', Discourse Analysis Online, 1, [http://www.shu.ac.uk/daol/articles/v1/n1/a1/antaki2002002-paper.html].
Antaki, Charles, Rebecca K.Barnes, Ivan Leudar (2005) ‘Self-disclosure as a situated interactional practice’,British Journal of Social Psychology 44(2): 181–99.
Antaki, Charles, Mark Rapley (1996). ‘“Quality of life” talk: The liberal paradox of psychological testing’,Discourse and Society, 7, 293-316.
Auburn, Timothy (2005) 'Narrative Reflexivity as a Repair Device for Discounting "Cognitive Distortions" in Sex Offender Treatment', Discourse Society 16: 697-718
Auburn, Timothy, Lea, S. (2003) 'Doing Cognitive Distortions: A Discursive Psychology Analysis of Sex Offender Treatment Talk', British Journal of Social Psychology 42: 281-98
Augoustinos, Martha, Amanda Lecouteur and Kathryn Fogarty (2007) 'Apologising-in-action: on saying 'sorry' to Indigenous Australians'. In: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds. Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 88-103
Augoustinos, Martha, K. Tuffin, Mark Rapley(1999) ‘Genocide or a Failure to Gel? Racism, History and Nationalism in Australian Talk’, Discourse & Society 10: 351–78.
Augoustinos, Martha, I. Walker, N. Donaghue (2006). Social cognition: An integrated introduction.  London: Sage.
Benwell, Bethan, Elizabeth H. Stokoe (2002) ‘The construction of discussion tasks in university tutorials’. Discourse Studies, 4 (4): 429-453
Benwell, Bethan, Elizabeth H. Stokoe (2004). University students resisting academic identity. In P. Seedhouse & K. Richards (Eds.), Applying conversation analysis (pp. 124-139). Basingstoke: Palgrave
Benwell, Bethan;  Elizabeth Stokoe  (2006). Discourse and identity. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press
Blumenthal, S., Gudjonsson, G., Burns, J. (1999) 'Cognitive Distortions and Blame Attribution in Sex Offenders Against Adults and Children', Child Abuse and Neglect 23: 129-43
Blundell, I.E. (1980) 'Hunger, Appetite and Satiety - Constructs in Search of Identities', in M. Turner (ed.)Nutrition and Lifestyles, pp. 21-42. London: Applied Science
Burningham, K. (1998) 'Noisy Road or Noisy Resident? A Demonstration of the Utility of Social Constructionism for Analysing Environmental Problems', Sociological Review 46: 536-63
Buttny, Richard, Sandra Kellogg Rath (2007) 'Discursive practices in talking problems during a school-family meeting'. In: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds. Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press:247-62
Clarke, V., Celia Kitzinger, Jonathan Potter (2004) "'Kids Are Just Cruel Anyway": Lesbian and Gay Parents' Talk About Homophobic Bullying', British Journal of Social Psychology 43: 531-50
Cromdal, Jakob, Michael Tholander, Karin Aronsson (2007) '"Doing reluctance": managing delivery of assessments in peer evaluation'. In: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds.Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 203-23
Drew, Paul (2005) 'Is Confusion a State of Mind?', in H. te Molder J. Potter (eds) Conversation and Cognition, pp. 161-83. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Edwards, Derek (1991) ‘Categories are for talking: On the cognitive and discursive bases of  categorization’, Theory and Psychology 1(4): 515–42.
Edwards, Derek (1994) 'Script Formulations: A Study of Event Descriptions in Conversation' Journal of Language and Social Psychology 13: 211-47
Edwards, Derek (1995) 'Two to Tango: Script Formulations, Dispositions, and Rhetorical Symmetry in Relationship Troubles Talk', Research on Language and Social Interaction 28: 319-50
Edwards, Derek (1995) 'Sacks and Psychology', Theory and Psychology 5: 579-97
Edwards, Derek (1997) Discourse and Cognition. London: Sage
Edwards, Derek (1998) 'The relevant thing about her: social identity categories in use' In: Charles Antaki, Sue Widdicombe, eds. Identities in talk. London: Sage: 15-33
Edwards, Derek (1999) 'Emotion Discourse', Culture &Psychology 5: 271-91
Edwards, Derek (1999) 'Shared Knowledge as a Performative and Rhetorical Category', in J. Verschueren (ed.) Pragmatics in 1998: Selected Papers From the 6th International Pragmatics Conference, Vol. 2, pp. 130-41. Antwerp: International Pragmatics Association
Edwards, Derek (2000) 'Extreme Case Formulations: Softeners, Investment, and Doing Nonliteral' Research on Language and Social Interaction 33: 347-73
Edwards, Derek (2003) 'Analyzing Racial Discourse: The Discursive Psychology of MindWorld Relationships', in H. van den Berg, M. Wetherell H. Houtkoop-Steenstra (eds)Analyzing Race Talk: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Interview, pp. 31-48. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Edwards, Derek (2004) 'Shared Knowledge as a Performative Category in Conversation'. Rivista Italiana di Psicolinguistica Applicata (RiPLA) 4(2): 41-53. Special Issue edited by A. Fasulo & R. Galatolo, 'L'Analisi del Parlato in Interazione'
Edwards, Derek (2005) 'Moaning, Whinging and Laughing: The Subjective Side of Complaints' Discourse Studies 7: 5-29
Edwards, Derek (2005) ‘Discursive Psychology’, in K. Fitch and R. Sanders, eds. Handbook of Language and Social Interaction. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum: 257–73
Edwards, Derek (2006) ‘Discourse, cognition and social practices: the rich surface of Language and social interaction’, Discourse Studies 8(1): 41–9.
Edwards, Derek (2007) 'Managing subjectivity in talk'. In: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds. Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 31-49
Edwards, Derek (2008) ‘Intentionality and mens rea in police interrogations: the production of actions as crimes’, Intercultural Pragmatics 5(2): 177–199
Edwards, Derek, Alessandra Fasulo (2006) ‘“To Be Honest”: sequential uses of honesty phrases in talk-in-interaction’,Research on Language and Social Interaction 39(4): 343–76.
Edwards, Derek, Alexa Hepburn, Jonathan Potter (2009) ‘Psychology, sociology and interaction: disciplinary allegiance or analytic quality? — a response to Housley and Fitzgerald’, Qualitative Research 9: 119-128 [response to: Housley & Fitzgerald, 2008]
Edwards, Derek, Jonathan Potter (1992) Discursive psychology. London: Sage
Edwards, Derek, Jonathan Potter (1993) 'Language and Causation: A Discourse Analytical Approach to Description and Attribution', Psychological Review 100: 23-41
Edwards, Derek; Jonathan Potter (1999). ‘Language and causal attribution: A rejoinder to Schmid and Fiedler’,Theory & Psychology, 9: 849-63.
Edwards, Derek, Jonathan Potter  (2001) 'Discursive Psychology', in A.W McHoul M. Rapley (eds) How to Analyse Talk in Institutional Settings: A Casebook of Methods, pp. 12-24. London: Continuum International
Edwards, Derek, Jonathan Potter (2005) 'Discursive Psychology, Mental States and Descriptions', in H. te Molder J. Potter (eds) Conversation and Cognition, pp. 241-59. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Edwards, Derek, Elizabeth Stokoe (2004) 'Discursive psychology, focus group interviews, and participants’ categories'. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 22, 499-507
Edwards, Derek, Elizabeth Stokoe (2007) ‘Self-help in calls for help with problem neighbours’, Research on Language and Social Interaction, 40 (1): 9-32
Eriksson, Katarina, Karin Aronsson (2005) "'We're Really Lucky": Co-Creating "Us" and the "Other" in School Booktalk', Discourse Society 16: 719-38
Fasulo, Alessandra, Francesca Fiore (2007) 'A valid person: non-competence as a conversational outcome'. In: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds. Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 224-47

Griffin, Christine (2007) ‘Being dead and being there: research interviews, sharing hand cream and the preference for analysing `naturally occurring data',Discourse Studies 9: 246-269
Griffin, Christine (2007) ‘Different visions: a rejoinder to Henwood, Potter and Hepburn’, Discourse Studies 9: 283-287
Hammersley Martyn (2003) 'Conversation Analysis and Discourse Analysis: Methods or Paradigms?', Discourse & Society, 14: 751-81 [debate with Jonathan Potter on pages 783-804]
Hammersley, Martyn (2003) '"Analytics" are No Substitute for Methodology: A Response to Speer and Hutchby',Sociology 39: 339-51 [comment on: Speer & Hutchby, 2003 a; see also: rejoinder: Speer & Hutchby, 2003 b]
Henwood, Karen (2007) ‘Beyond hypercriticality: taking forward methodological inquiry and debate in discursive and qualitative social psychology’, Discourse Studies 9: 270-275
Hepburn, Alexa , (2003). ‘On the alleged incompatibility between feminism and relativism’. In M. Gergen, K.J. Gergen, eds. Social Construction: A reader. London; Sage: 237-247. (This is an edited reprint of Alexa Hepburn (2000). ‘On the alleged incompatibility between feminism and relativism’, Feminism and Psychology. 10/1: 91-106.)
Hepburn, Alexa (2004) ‘Crying: Notes on Description, Transcription, and Interaction’, Research on Language & Social Interaction 37:251-91
Hepburn, Alexa (2005) ‘“You’re not takin me seriously”: Ethics and asymmetry in calls to a child protection helpline’, Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 18, 255-276.
Hepburn, Alexa (2006) ‘Getting closer at a distance: Theory and the contingencies of practice’, Theory & Psychology, 16/3: 325-342.
Hepburn, Alexa (2006) ‘Deconstruction’. In V. Jupp, ed. The Sage dictionary of social research . London: Sage 62-64.
Hepburn, Alexa (2006) ‘Constructionism’. In V. Jupp, ed. The Sage dictionary of social research. London: Sage: 38-40
Hepburn, Alexa, S.J. Brown (2001) 'Teacher Stress and the Management of Accountability', Human Relations 54: 531-55
Hepburn, Alexa; C. Jackson (2009) ‘Rethinking Subjectivity: A discursive psychological approach to cognition and emotion’. In D. Fox, I. Prilleltensky, S. Austin, eds. An introduction to critical psychology, 2nd ed. London: Sage.
Hepburn, Alexa, Jonathan Potter (2004) 'Discourse analytic practice'. In C. Seale, D. Silverman, J. Gubrium, G. Gobo, eds., Qualitative research practice. London: Sage:180-196  [reprinted in Paperback in 2007 at pages 168-84]
Hepburn, Alexa, Jonathan Potter (2007).  ‘Crying receipts: Time, empathy and institutional practice’, Research on Language and Social Interaction, 40, 89-116.
Hepburn, Alexa, Jonathan Potter (2010).  ‘Interrogating tears: Some uses of ‘tag questions’ in a child protection helpline’.  In A.F. Freed, S. Ehrlich, eds. “Why Do You Ask?”: The Function of Questions in Institutional Discourse.  Oxford: Oxford University Press:  69-86.
Hepburn, Alexa;. Jonathan Potter (2011) ‘Threats: Power, family mealtimes and social influence’, British Journal of Social Psychology 50: 99-120
Hepburn, Alexa, Sally Wiggins (Eds) (2005). ‘Developments in discursive psychology’, Special Issue of Discourse & Society 16/5: 595-747
Hepburn, Alexa, Sally Wiggins (2005) 'Size Matters: Constructing Accountable Bodies in NSPCC Helpline Interaction', Discourse Society 16: 625-45
Hepburn, Alexa. Sally Wiggins eds., (2007) Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Hepburn, Alexa, Sally Wiggins (2007) 'Discursive research: themes and debates'. In: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds. Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 1-28
Housley, William, Richard Fitzgerald (2008) ‘Motives and social organisation: sociological amnesia, psychological description and the analysis of accounts’, Qualitative Research. 8(2): 237-256.
Housley, William, Richard Fitzgerald (2009) ‘Beyond the discursive: the case of social organization — a reply to Edwards, Hepburn and Potter’ Qualitative Research 9: 129-133 [reply to: Edwards, Hepburn & Potter, 2009]

Korobov, Neill (2011) ‘Gendering desire in speed-dating interactions’, Discourse Studies 13/4: 461-485
Korobov, Neill (2011) ‘Mate-preference talk in speed-dating conversations’, Research on Language & Social Interaction 44/2: 186-209
Kurri, K., J. Wahlström (2001). ‘Dialogic management of conflict in domestic violence counselling’, Feminism & Psychology, 11, 187-208.
Lamerichs, Joyce, Hedwig te Molder (2003) 'Computer-Mediated Communication: From a Cognitive to a Discursive Model', New Media and Society 5: 451-73
Lamerichs, Joyce; Hedwig F.M. Te Molder (2009) '"And then I'm really like . . .": `preliminary' self-quotations in adolescent talk',  Discourse Studies 11: 401-419
Locke, A. Edwards, Derek (2003) 'Bill and Monica: Memory, Emotion and Normativity in Clinton's Grand Jury Testimony', British Journal of Social Psychology 42: 239-56
Macmartin, Clare, Curtis D. Lebaron (2007) 'Arguing and thinking errors: cognitive distortion as a members' category in sex offender group therapy talk'. In: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds. Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 147-65
MacMillan, Katie, Derek Edwards (1999) 'Who Killed the Princess? Description and Blame in the British Press',Discourse Studies 1: 151-74
McHoul, Alec, Mark Rapley (2002) ‘Should We Make a Start Then: A strange case of  (Delayed) client-initiated psychological assessment’, Research on Language and Social Interaction 35(1): 73–91
Molder, Hedwig te, Jonathan Potter, eds. (2005)Conversation and Cognition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Moulding, N. Hepworth, J. (2001) 'Understanding Body Image Disturbance in the Promotion of Mental Health: A Discourse Analytic Study', Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology 11: 305-17

Nikander, Pirjo (1995) ‘The turn to the text: the critical potential of discursive social psychology’, Nordiske Udkast: Journal for Critical Social Science 2, 3-15.
Nikander, Pirjo (2007) 'Emotions in meeting talk'. In: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds. Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 50-69
Nikander, Pirjo (2008) ‘Constructionism and Discourse Analysis’. In James, A. Holstein; Jaber F Gubrium, eds.Handbook of Constructionist Research. Guilford Press, New York: 413-428.
Potter, Jonathan (1996) Representing Reality:Discourse, Rhetoric and Social Construction. London: Sage
Potter, Jonathan (1997) 'Discourse Analysis as a Way of Analysing Naturally Occurring Talk', in D. Silverman (ed.),Qualitative Research. London: Sage
Potter, Jonathan (1998) 'Cognition as context (whose cognition?)', Research on Language and Social Interaction,31, 29-44
Potter, Jonathan (1998) ‘Discursive social psychology: from attitudes to evaluations’, European Review of Social Psychology 9: 233–66.
Potter, Jonathan (2000) ‘Post cognitivist psychology’,Theory and Psychology, 10, 31-37
Potter, Jonathan (2003) ‘Practical scepticism’, Discourse & Society, 14: 799-801.
Potter, Jonathan (2003) 'Discursive psychology: Between method and paradigm', Discourse & Society, 14, 783-94
Potter, Jonathan (2003) ‘Discourse analysis and discursive psychology’, in P.M. Camic, J.E. Rhodes and L. Yardley, eds.Qualitative Research in Psychology: Expanding Perspectives in Methodology and Design. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association: 73–94
Potter, Jonathan (2005) ‘Making psychology relevant’,Discourse & Society, 16: 739-747.
Potter, Jonathan (2006) ‘Cognition and conversation’,Discourse Studies, 8: 131-140
Potter, Jonathan, ed. (2007) Discourse and Psychology:Volume III Discursive Psychology. London: Sage.
Potter, Jonathan, Derek Edwards (1999) ‘Social representations and discursive psychology’, Culture & Psychology, 5: 445-456
Potter, Jonathan, Derek Edwards (2001) 'Sociolinguistics, Cognitivism and Discursive Psychology', in N. Coupland, S. Sarangi C. Candlin (eds) Sociolinguistics and Sucial Theory, pp. 88-103. London: Longman
Potter, Jonathan, Derek Edwards (200l) 'Discursive social psychology', in W.P. Robinson, H. Giles, eds. Handbook of Language and Social Psychology.. London: WHey: 103-18
Potter, Jonathan, Derek Edwards (2003) 'Rethinking cognition: On Coulter, discourse and mind', Human Studies, 26, 165-181
Potter, Jonathan, Derek Edwards (2003) ‘Sociolinguistics, cognitivism and discursive psychology’, International Journal of English Studies, 3: 93-109. ( This is a revised version of Potter & Edwards (2001) Sociolinguistics, cognitivism and discursive psychology’. In N. Coupland, S. Sarangi, C. Candlin, eds. Sociolinguistics and Social Theory. London; Longman: 88-103)
Potter, Jonathan, Alexa Hepburn (2003) 'I'm a bit concerned - Early actions and psychological constructions in a child protection helpline', Research on Language and Social Interaction, 36, 197-240
Potter, Jonathan; Alexa Hepburn (2004) ‘Analysis of NSPCC call openings’. In S. Becker, A. Bryman, eds.Understanding research methods for social policy and practice. London; The Policy Press: 311-13.
Potter, Jonathan; Alexa Hepburn (2005) ‘Qualitative interviews in psychology: problems and possibilities’,Qualitative research in Psychology, 2, 281-307.
Potter, Jonathan; Alexa Hepburn (2005) ‘Action, interaction and interviews – Some responses to Hollway, Mischler and Smith’, Qualitative research in Psychology, 2, 319-325.
Potter, Jonathan; Alexa Hepburn (2005) ‘Discursive psychology as a qualitative approach for analysing interaction in medical settings’, Medical Education, 39, 338-344.
Potter, Jonathan; Alexa Hepburn (2007) ‘Discursive psychology, institutions and child protection’. In A. Weatherall, B. Watson, C. Gallois, eds. Language and Social Psychology Handbook. London: Palgrave: 160-181.
Potter, Jonathan; Alexa Hepburn (2007) ‘Chairing democracy: Psychology, time and negotiating the institution’. In J.P. McDaniel, K. Tracy, eds. The prettier doll: Rhetoric, discourse and ordinary democracy. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press: 176-204.
Potter, Jonathan; Alexa Hepburn (2007) ‘Life is out there: a comment on Griffin’, Discourse Studies 9: 276-282
Potter, Jonathan, Alexa Hepburn (2008).  ‘Discursive constructionism’.  In J.A. Holstein,  J.F. Gubrium, eds.Handbook of constructionist research. New York: Guildford: 275-293
Potter, Jonathan, Alexa Hepburn (2010) ‘A kind of governance: rules, time and psychology in organisations’In: Nick Llewellyn, Jon Hindmarsh, eds.Organisation, interaction and practice: Studies of ethnomethodology and conversation analysis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 49-73
Potter, Jonathan, Hedwig te Molder (2005) 'Talking cognition: Mapping and making the terrain', in H. te Molder J. Potter (eds) Conversation and Cognition, pp. 1-54. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Potter, Jonathan, Claudia Puchta (2007) 'Mind, mousse and moderation'. In: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds.Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 104-23
Potter, Jonathan, Margaret Wetherell (1987) Discourse and social psychology: beyond attitudes and behaviour. London: Sage
Potter, Jonathan, Margaret Wetherell (2003) 'Categories in Discourse'. In J.A. Holstein,  J.F. Gubrium, Eds., Inner Lives and Social Worlds. Oxford: Oxford University Press
Potter,  Jonathan, Margaret Wetherell (1988). ‘Accomplishing attitudes: Fact and evaluation in racist discourse’,. Text, 8 (1-2), 51-68.
Puchta, Claudia, Jonathan Potter, J. (1999). ‘Asking elaborate questions: Focus groups and the management of spontaneity', Journal of Sociolinguistics, 3, 314-35.
Puchta, Claudia, Jonathan Potter (2004) Focus Group Practice. London: Sage
Puchta, Claudia, Jonathan Potter (2002) 'Manufacturing individual opinions: Market research focus groups and the discursive psychology of attitudes', British Journal of Social Psychology, 41, 345-63
Puchta, Claudia, Jonathan Potter (1999) 'Asking elaborate questions: Focus groups and the management of spontaneity', Journal of Sociolinguistics, 3, 314-35

Reynolds, J., & Margaret Wetherell. (2003). 'The discursive climate of singleness: The consequences for women’s negotiation of a single identity', Feminism & Psychology, 13, 489-510.
Smithson, Janet; Siobhan Sharkey et al (2011) ‘Problem presentation and responses on an online forum for young people who self-harm’, Discourse Studies 13/4: 487-501,
Sneijder, Petra, Hedwig te Molder (2004) "'Health Should Not Have to be a Problem": Talking Health and Accountability in an Internet Forum on Veganism', Journal of Health Psychology 9: 599-616
Sneijder, Petra, Hedwig te Molder (2005) 'Moral Logic and Logical Morality: Attributions of Responsibility and Blame in Online Discourse on Veganism', Discourse Society 16:675-96
Speer, Susan A. (2001) 'Reconsidering the Concept of Hegemonic Masculinity: Discursive Psychology, Conversation Analysis, and Participants' Orientations',Feminism and Psychology 11: 107-35
Speer, Susan A. (2002) '"Natural" and "contrived" data: a sustainable distinction?' Discourse Studies 4: 511-25
Speer, Susan A. (2002) 'Transcending the "natural" /"contrived" distinction: a rejoinder to ten Have, Lynch and Potter', Discourse Studies 4: 543-48
Speer, Susan A. (2005) Gender Talk: Feminism, Discourse and Conversation Analysis. London & New York: Routledge
Speer, Susan A., Ian Hutchby (2003 a) 'From Ethics to Analytics: Aspects of Participants' Orientations to the Presence and Relevance of Recording Devices', Sociology39: 315-37 [see comment: Hammersley (2003) & rejoinder: Speer & Hutchby, 2003 b]
Speer, Susan A., Ian Hutchby (2003 b) 'Methodology Needs Analytics: A Rejoinder to Martyn Hammersley', Sociology39: 335-59
Speer, Susan A., Ceri Parsons (2006). ‘Gatekeeping gender: Some features of the use of hypothetical questions in the psychiatric assessment of transsexual patients’. Discourse and Society, 17, 785-812.
Speer, Susan A., 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: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds. Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 182-200
Speer, Susan A., Jonathan Potter (2002) 'Judith Butler, discursive psychology, and the politics of conversation. In Paul McIlvenny, ed. Talking gender and sexuality.Amsterdam: John Benjamins:151-80
Speer, Susan, Jonathan Potter (2000) 'The management of heterosexist talk: Conversational resources and prejudiced claims', Discourse & Society, 11, 543-72
Stokoe, Elizabeth H. (1998) ‘Talking about gender: the conversational construction of gender categories in academic discourse. Discourse & Society 9 (2): 217-240
Stokoe, Elizabeth H. (2000) ‘Constructing topicality in university students’ small-group discussion: A conversation analytic approach’ Language & Education14(3): 184-203
Stokoe, Elizabeth.H. (2003) 'Mothers, Single Women and Sluts: Gender, Morality and Membership Categorisation in Neighbour Disputes', Feminism and Psychology 13: 317-44
Stokoe, Elizabeth H. (2004) ‘Gender and discourse, gender and categorization: Current developments in language and gender research’ Qualitative Research in Psychology 1 (2): 107-129
Stokoe, Elisabeth (2009).  ‘Doing actions with identity categories: complaints and denials in neighbor disputes’,Text & Talk, 29, 75-97.
Stokoe, Elizabeth, Derek Edwards (2006) ‘Story formulations in talk-in-interaction’. Narrative Inquiry 16 (1): 59-68
Stokoe, Elizabeth, Derek Edwards. (2007) ‘“Black this, black that”: Racial insults and reported speech in neighbour complaints and police interrogations’.Discourse & Society 18 (3): 337-372
Stokoe, Elizabeth H., Alexa Hepburn (2005) ‘“You can hear a lot through the walls”: Noise formulations in neighbour complaints’, Discourse & Society 16 (5), 647-673 [also in J. Potter, ed., (2007) Discourse and psychology. London: Sage]
Stokoe, Elizabeth H., J. Wallwork (2003) 'Space invaders: The moral-spatial order in neighbour dispute discourse',British Journal of Social Psychology 42: 551-69
te Molder, Hedwig (1999) 'Discourse of Dilemmas: An Analysis of Communication Planners' Accounts', British Journal of Social Psychology 38: 245-63
Tileaga, Cristian (2005) 'Accounting for Extreme Prejudice and Legitimating Blame in Talk About the Romanies',Discourse Society 16: 603-24
Wetherell, Margaret, Jonathan Potter (1992) Mapping the Language of Racism: Discourse and the Legitimation of Exploitation. Brighton: Harvester/Wheatsheaf
Wetherell, Margaret, H. Stiven,  Jonathan Potter  (1987) 'Unequal Egalitarianism: A Preliminary Study of Discourses Concerning Gender and Employment Opportunities', British Journal of Social Psychology 27: 59-71
Wiggins, Sally (2002) 'Talking With Your Mouth FuJl: Gustatory Mmms and the Embodiment of Pleasure',Research on Language and Social Interaction 35: 311-36
Wiggins, Sally, Alexa Hepburn (2007) 'Discursive research: applications and implications'. In: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds. Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press:281-91
Wiggins, Sally, Alexa Hepburn (2007) 'Food abuse: mealtimes, helplines and "troubled" eating'. In: Alexa, Hepburn, Sally Wiggins, eds. Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 263-80
Wiggins, Sally, Jonathan Potter (2003) 'Attitudes and evaluative practices: Category vs. item and subjective vs. objective constructions in everyday food assessments',British Journal of Social Psychology42, 513-31
Wilson, M. S., Weatherall, A. Butler, C. (2004) 1\ Rhetorical Approach to Discussions About Health and Vegetarianism', Journal of Health Psychology 9: 567-81
Wooffitt, Robin (2005) Conversation Analysis and Discourse Analysis: A Comparative and Critical Introduction. London, etc. Sage Publications
Wooffitt, Robin (2007) 'Describing Consciousness: Parapsychology and the Social Organisation of Reports of Mental States', in A. Hepburn S. Wiggins (eds) Discursive Research in Practice: New Approaches to Psychology and Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Wooffitt, Robin,. Simon Allistone, S. (2005) 'Towards a Discursive Parapsychology: Language and the Laboratory Study of Anomalous Communication'. Theory & Psychology15: 325-355.


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