Books available for review

Ingrid Piller ingrid.piller at
Sun Feb 19 06:39:43 UTC 2012

***Apologies for cross-posting***


The titles listed below are currently available for review in Discourse and
Society. If you wish to volunteer, please contact me with a short message
with (a) up to three titles you would be interested in reviewing; (b) a
short outline of your expertise (up to 100 words; don't send your CV); and
(c) your postal address.


Reviews are usually 1,000 words long and due within 3 months of your receipt
of the review copy. If you are selected for review, you will be provided
with more detailed guidelines.


Thank  you for your attention and best regards,


Ingrid Piller, PhD

Professor of Applied Linguistics

Department of Linguistics, C5A



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Antaki, C., Ed. (2011). Applied conversation analysis: intervention and
change in institutional talk. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.


Birch, M. (2012). Mediating mental health: contexts, debates and analysis.
Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, VT, Ashgate.


Chapman, S. (2011). Pragmatics. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.


Cramer, P. A. (2011). Controversy as news discourse. Amsterdam, John
Benjamin Publishing.


Dunmire, P. L. (2011). Projecting the future through political discourses.
Amsterdam, John Benjamin Publishing.


Dupret, B. (2012). Practices of Truth: An ethnomethodological inquiry into
Arab contexts. Amsterdam, John Benjamin Publishing.


Ekstrom, M. and M. Patrona, Eds. (2011). Talking politics in broadcast
media. Amsterdam, John Benjamin Publishing.


Ensslin, A. (2012). The language of gaming. London and New York, Routledge.


Fairclough, I. and N. Fairclough (2012). Political discourse analysis: a
method for advanced students. London, Routledge.


Flowerdew, J. (2012). Critical discourse analysis in historiography: the
case of Hong Kong's evolving identity. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.


Hammack, P. L. (2011). Narrative and the politics of identity: the cultural
psychology of Israeli and Palestinian Youth. Oxford, Oxford University


Jones, R. H. (2012). Discourse analysis: a resource book for students.
London, Routledge.


Kadar, D. Z. and S. Mills, Eds. (2011). Politeness in East Asia. Cambridge,
Cambridge University Press.


Karner, C. (2011). Negotiating national identities: between globalization,
the past and 'the Other'. Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, VT, Ashgate.


Larson, B. (2011). Metaphors for environmental sustainability: redefining
our relationship with nature. New Haven, CT, Yale University Press.


Laury, R. and R. Suzuki, Eds. (2011). Subordination in conversation.
amsterdam, John Benjamin Publishing.


Liddicoat, A. J. (2011). An introduction to conversation analysis. London,


Maatsch, A. (2011). Ethnic citizenship regimes: Europeanization, post-war
migration and redressing past wrongs. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.


Macgilchrist, F. (2011). Journalism and the political: discursive tensions
in news coverage of Russia. Amsterdam, John Benjamin Publishing.


Majstorovic, D. and I. Lassen, Eds. (2011). Living with patriarchy:
discursive constructions of gendered subjects across cultures. Amsterdam,
John Benjamin Publishing.


McLaughlin, K. (2012). Surviving identity: vulnerability and the politics of
recognition. London and New York, Routledge.


Mihelj, S. (2011). Media nations: communicating belonging and exclusion in
the modern world. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.


Nasser, I., L. N. Berlin, et al., Eds. (2011). Examining education, media,
and dialogue under occupation: the case of Palestine and Israel. Bristol,
Multilingual Matters.


Norris, S., Ed. (2012). Multimodality in practice: investigating
theory-in-practice-through-methodology. London, Routledge.


Oropeza-Escobar, M. (2011). represented discourse, resonance and stance in
joking interaction in Mexican Spanish. Amsterdam, John Benjamin Publishing.


Sjolander, A. E. and J. G. Payne, Eds. (2012). Tracking discourses:
politics, identity and social change. Lund, Nordic Academic Press.


Skey, M. (2011). National belonging and everyday life: the significance of
nationhood in an uncertain world. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.


Speer, S. A. and E. Stokoe, Eds. (2011). Conversation and gender. Cambridge,
Cambridge University Press.


Stocchetti, M. and K. Kukkonen, Eds. (2012). Images in use. Amsterdam, John
Benjamin Publishing.


Tekin, B. (2011). Representations and Othering in Discourse: the
construction of Turkey in the EU context. Amsterdam, John Benjamin


Tsakona, V. and D. E. Popa, Eds. (2012). Studies in political humour.
Amsterdam, John Benjamin Publishing.


Ward Sr., M. (2012). Deadly documentss: technical communication,
organizational discourse, and the Holocaust: Lessons from the Rhetorical
Work of everyday texts. Amityville, NY, Baywood.


Weaver, S. (2011). The rhetoric of racist humour: US, UK and global race
joking. Farnham, Surrey and Burlington, VT, Ashgate.


Williams, V. (2011). Disability and discourse: analysing inclusive
conversation with people with intellectual disabilities. Oxford,



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