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2018

Turner, Georgina; Mills, Sara; van der Bom, Isabelle; Coffey-Glover, Laura; Paterson, Laura L and Jones, Lucy (2018). Opposition as victimhood in newspaper debates about same-sex marriage. Discourse and Society, 29(2) (In Press). file

2007

Cameron, Lynne J. (2007). Patterns of metaphor use in reconciliation talk. Discourse and Society, 18(2) pp. 197–222.

2005

Cook, Guy and Walter, Tony (2005). Rewritten rites: language and social relations in traditional and contemporary funerals. Discourse and Society, 16(3) pp. 365–391.

2004

Cook, Guy; Robbins, Peter and Pieri, Elisa (2004). 'The scientists think and the public feels': expert perceptions of the discourse of GM food. Discourse and Society, 15(4) pp. 433–449.

2003

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). Conversation analysis and discourse analysis: methods or paradigms? Discourse and Society, 14(6) 751- 781.

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). Doing the fine thing: A rejoinder to Johnathon Potter. Discourse and Society, 14(6) pp. 795–798.

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). The impracticality of scepticism: A further response to Potter. Discourse and Society, 14(6) pp. 803–804.

1998

Wetherell, Margaret (1998). Positioning and interpretative repertoires: Conversation analysis and post-structuralism in dialogue. Discourse and Society, 9(3) pp. 387–412. file

1997

Edley, Nigel and Wetherell, Margaret (1997). Jockeying for position: The construction of masculine identities. Discourse and Society, 8(2) pp. 203–217.

1991

Potter, Jonathan; Wetherell, Margaret and Chitty, Andrew (1991). Quantification rhetoric - cancer on television. Discourse and Society, 2(3) pp. 333–365.

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