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Cook, Guy (2010). 'Hearts and minds.' Persuasive language in ancient and modern public debate. In: Swann, Joan and Maybin, Janet eds. The Routledge Companion to English Language Studies. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 134–135.

Cook, Guy (2010). Language and advertising. In: Malmkjaer, Kirsten ed. Routledge Linguistic Encyclopaedia. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 297–300.

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Twiner, Alison; Cook, Guy and Gillen, Julia (2009). Overlooked issues of religious identity in the school dinners debate. Cambridge Journal of Education, 39(4) pp. 473–488.

Cook, Guy (2009). The best teacher. In: Bhanot, Rakesh and Illes, Eva eds. Best of Language Issues. London, UK: London South Bank University, pp. 245–253.

Cook, Guy (2009). Rebuilding broken bridges: translation, literature, and English Language Teaching. In: International Translation Conference, 2009, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman.

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Cook, Guy ed. (2008). The Language of Advertising. Major Themes in English Studies. London, UK: Routledge.

Cook, Guy (2008). Advertising and Public Relations. In: Koller, Veronika and Wodak, Ruth eds. Language and Communication in the Public Sphere. Handbook of Applied Linguistics, 4. New York: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 113–138.

Cook, Guy (2008). Hocus Pocus or God’s Truth: the dual identity of Michael Stubbs. In: Gerbig, Andrea and Mason, Oliver eds. Language, People, Numbers: Corpus Linguistics and Society. Language and Computers : Studies in Practical Linguisiics. Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 350–327.

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Cook, Guy (2007). A Thing of the Future: translation in language learning. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 17(3) pp. 396–401.

Cook, Guy (2007). ‘This we have done’. The different vagueness of poetry and Public realtions. In: Cutting, Joan ed. Vague Language Explored. London: Palgrave, pp. 21–39.

Cook, Guy (2007). An unmarked improvement: using translation in ELT. In: 41st IATEFL Annual Conference and Exhibition, 18-22 Apr 2007, Aberdeen.

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Cook, Guy (2006). Why play with language? In: Maybin, Janet and Swann, Joan eds. The Art of English: Everyday Creativity. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 37–45.

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Cook, Guy (2005). Calm Seas or Troubled Waters? Transitions, definitions and disagreements in applied linguistics. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 15(3) pp. 282–301.

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.

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Robbins, Peter T.; Pieri, Elisa and Cook, Guy (2004). GM scientists and the politics of the risk society. In: Haugestad, Anne K. and Wulfhorst, J.D. eds. Future as fairness: ecological justice and global citizenship. At the interface/Probing the boundaries, 10 (10). Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, pp. 85–102.

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Cook, Guy (2003). Applied Linguistics. Oxford Introductions to Language. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Cook, Guy (2003). The functions of example sentences: a reply to Vivian Cook. Applied Linguistics, 24(2) pp. 249–255.

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Cook, Guy (2002). Imposed unity, denied diversity: changing attitudes to artifice in language and learning. In: Spelman-Miller, Kristyan and Thompson, Paul eds. Unity and Diversity in Language Use. British Studies in Applied Linguistics. London: BAAL in association with Continuum, pp. 183–197.

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Cook, Guy (2001). The discourse of advertising. 2nd edition. Interface. London, UK: Routledge.

Cook, Guy (2001). Translation and language teaching. In: Baker, Mona ed. Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Studies. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 117–121.

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Cook, Guy (2000). Language Play, Language Learning. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.


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