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Baker, Sally and Cremin, Teresa (2016). Teachers’ identities as writers: teacher, support staff and pupils’ accounts of the role of emotion in the writing classroom. In: Cremin, Teresa and Locke, Terry eds. Writer Identity and the Teaching and Learning of Writing. Routledge, pp. 98–114. file


Cremin, Teresa and Baker, Sally (2014). Exploring the discursively constructed identities of a teacher-writer teaching writing. English Teaching Practice and Critique, 13(3) pp. 30–55. file

Cremin, Teresa and Baker, Sally (2014). Teachers as Writers: Implications for Identity. PETAA, Sydney: Australia. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Baker, Sally (2013). Conceptualising the use of Facebook in ethnographic research: as tool, as data and as context. Ethnography and Education, 8(2) pp. 131–145. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Baker, Sally (2013). Transitions and shifting understandings of writing: Building rich pictures of how moving from school to university is experienced through exploration of students’ discourses of writing. Journal of Academic Language and Learning, 7(2) A35-A49. file


Baker, Sally (2011). Students’ writing and the transitions from school to university: hybrid ‘discourse of writing’ positions of students and teachers. In: The 1st International Australasian Conference on Enabling Access to Higher Education, 5-7 Dec 2011, Adelaide, Australia. file


Cremin, Teresa and Baker, Sally (2010). Exploring teacher-writer identities in the classroom: Conceptualising the struggle. English Teaching: Practice and Critique, 9(3) pp. 8–25. file

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