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Danby, Susan J. & Theobald, Maryanne Agnes (Eds.) (2012) Disputes in Everyday Life : Social and Moral Orders of Children and Young People. Sociological Studies of Children and Youth Special Volume, 15. Emerald, New York.
Danby, Susan J. & Baker, Carolyn D. (2000) Unravelling the fabric of social order in block area. In Hester, Stephen & Francis, David (Eds.) Local Educational Order : Ethnomethodological Studies of Knowledge in Action. John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, pp. 91-140.
Danby, Susan J. & Baker, Carolyn D. (1998) "What's the problem?" : restoring social order in the preschool in the preschool classroom. In Hutchby, Ian & Moran-Ellis, Jo (Eds.) Children and Social Competence : Arenas of Action. Falmer Press, London ; Washington, D.C., pp. 157-186.
Danby, Susan J., Baker, Carolyn D., & Emmison, Michael (2005) Four observations on openings in calls to Kids Help Line. In Baker, Carolyn D., Emmison, Michael, & Firth, Alan (Eds.) Calling for Help: Language and Social Interaction in Telephone Helplines. John Benjamins, Amsterdam, pp. 133-151.
Danby, Susan J. & Emmison, Michael (2009) Kids, counsellors and troubles-telling : morality-in-action in talk on an Australian children’s helpline. In Morality and Interaction. Equinox Publishing Ltd, New York. (In Press)
Danby, Susan J. & Theobald, Maryanne Agnes (2012) Introduction : disputes in everyday life – Social and moral orders of children and young people. In Danby, Susan J. & Theobald, Maryanne Agnes (Eds.) Disputes in Everyday Life : Social and Moral Orders of Children and Young People. Emerald, New York .
Graham, Philip W. (2003) Critical discourse analysis and evaluative meaning: Interdisciplinarity as a critical turn. In Weiss, G & Wodak, Ruth (Eds.) Critical Discourse Analysis: Theory and Interdisciplinarity. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 110-129.
Harris, Jessica, Theobald, Maryanne Agnes, Danby, Susan J., Reynolds, Edward, & Rintel, Sean (2012) “What’s going on here?” The pedagogy of a data analysis session. In Lee, Alison & Danby, Susan J. (Eds.) Reshaping doctoral education: International Approaches and Pedagogies. Routledge, London, pp. 83-96.
Kettle, Margaret A. (2004) Agency as Discursive Practice: Taking Up a Position as an International Student. In Vadeboncoeur, Jennifer & Jervis-Tracey, Paula (Eds.) Crossing boundaries: Perspectives across paradigms in educational research. Australian Academic Press, Brisbane, pp. 89-113.
Kettle, Margaret A. (2008) Teaching grammar: rethinking the approach. In Gaudart, Hyacinth (Ed.) Teaching of Grammar. MELTA , Sasbadi-Malaysian English Language Teaching Association, Malaya, pp. 175-190.
Theobald, Maryanne Agnes & Danby, Susan J. (2012) “A problem of versions” : laying down the law in the school playground. In Danby, Susan J. & Theobald, Maryanne Agnes (Eds.) Disputes in Everyday Life : Social and Moral Orders of Children and Young People. American Sociological Association and Emerald, New York.
Butler, Carly, Danby, Susan J., Emmison, Michael, & Thorpe, Karen J. (2009) Managing medical advice seeking in calls to Child Health Line. Sociology of Health and Illness, 31(6), pp. 817-834.
Butler, Carly, Potter, Jonathan, Danby, Susan J., Emmison, Michael, & Hepburn, Alexa (2010) Advice-implicative interrogatives : building 'client-centered" support in a children's helpline. Social Psychology Quarterly, 73(3), pp. 265-287.
Butler, Carly W., Danby, Susan J., & Emmison, Michael (2011) Address terms in turn beginnings: Managing disalignment and disaffiliation in telephone counselling. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 44(4), pp. 338-358.
Cobb-Moore, Charlotte, Danby, Susan J., & Farrell, Ann (2009) Young children as rule makers. Journal of Pragmatics, 41(8), pp. 1477-1492.
Danby, Susan, Davidson, Christina, Theobald, Maryanne, Scriven, Brooke, Cobb-Moore, Charlotte, Houen, Sandra, et al. (2013) Talk in activity during young children’s use of digital technologies at home. Australian Journal of Communication, 40(2), pp. 83-99.
Danby, Susan J. (2009) Childhood and social interaction in everyday life : an epilogue. Journal of Pragmatics, 41, pp. 1596-1599.
Danby, Susan J. (1996) Constituting social membership: Two readings of talk in an early childhood classroom. Language and Education, 10(2&3), pp. 151-170.
Danby, Susan J. (2002) The communicative competence of young children. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 27(3), pp. 25-30.
Danby, Susan J., Butler, Carly, & Emmison, Michael (2009) When 'listeners can't talk' : comparing active listening in opening sequences of telephone and online counselling. Australian Journal of Communication, 36(3).
Danby, Susan J., Butler, Carly W., & Emmison, Michael (2011) “Have you talked with a teacher yet?": how helpline counsellors support young callers being bullied at school. Children & Society, 25(4), pp. 328-339.
Diaz-Bone, Rainer, Buhrmann, Andrea, Gutierrez-Rodriguez, Encarnacion, Schneider, Werner, Kendall, Gavin, & Tirado, Francisco (2008) The field of Foucaultian discourse analysis: structures, developments and perspectives. Historical Social Research, 33(1), pp. 7-28.
Ekberg, Stuart (2013) Maintaining shared knowledge of acquaintance : methods people use to establish who knows whom. British Journal of Social Psychology. (In Press)
Ekberg, Stuart, Barnes, Rebecca K., Kessler, David S., Malpass, Alice, & Shaw, Alison R.G. (2014) Managing clients’ expectations at the outset of online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for depression. Health Expectations. (In Press)
Ekberg, Stuart, Barnes, Rebecca K., Kessler, David S., Mirza, Selman, Montgomery, Alan A., Malpass, Alice, et al. (2014) Relationship between expectation management and client retention in online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. (In Press)
Ekberg, Stuart & LeCouteur, Amanda (2014) Making arrangements in talk-in-interaction. Text & Talk. (In Press)
Emmison, Michael & Danby, Susan J. (2007) Troubles announcements and reasons for calling: Initial actions in opening sequences in calls to a national children's helpline. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 40(1), pp. 63-87.
Emmison, Michael & Danby, Susan J. (2007) Who's the friend in the background? Interactional strategies in determining authenticity in calls to a national children's helpline. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 30(3), 31.1-31.17.
Fairclough, Norman & Graham, Philip W. (2002) Marx as critical discourse analyst : the genesis of a critical method and its relevance to the critique of global capital. Estudios de Sociolinguistica, 3(1), pp. 185-229.
Graham, Philip W. (2001) Contradictions and institutional convergences: Genre as method. Journal of future studies, 5(4), pp. 1-30.
Graham, Philip W. & Luke, Allan (2011) Critical discourse analysis and political economy of communication : understanding the new corporate order. Cultural Politics, 7(1), pp. 103-132.
Hanrahan, Mary U. (2005) Engaging with difference in science classrooms: Using CDA to identify interpersonal aspects of inclusive pedagogy. Melbourne Studies in Education, 46(2), pp. 107-127.
Hanrahan, Mary U. (2006) Highlighting hybridity : a critical discourse analysis of teacher talk in science classrooms. Science Education, 90(1), pp. 8-43.
Harris, Jessica, Danby, Susan J., Butler, Carly W., & Emmison, Michael (2012) Extending client-centered support : counselors’ proposals to shift from email to telephone counseling. Text and Talk, 32(1), pp. 21-37.
Kettle, Margaret A. (2005) Agency as discursive practice: From 'nobody' to 'somebody’'as an international student in Australia. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 25(1), pp. 45-60.
Kettle, Margaret A. (2005) Critical Discourse Analysis and hybrid texts: Analysing English as a Second Language (ESL). Melbourne Studies in Education, 46(2), pp. 87-105.
Kettle, Margaret A. (2000) Teaching English as discourse: A challenge for the ELICOS classroom. EA Journal, 17(2), pp. 66-77.
Kettle, Margaret A. (1996) Teaching grammar: Rethinking the approach. TESOL in Context, 6(1), pp. 13-19.
Mills, Kathy A. (2006) 'Mr. Travelling-at-will Ted Doyle' : Discourses in a multiliteracies classroom. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 29(2), pp. 132-149.
Theobald, Maryanne Agnes & Kultti, Anne (2012) Investigating child participation in the everyday talk of teacher and children in a preparatory year. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 13(3), pp. 210-225.
Cobb-Moore, Charlotte (2007) Justifications in young children’s language in an early childhood classroom. In 10th International Pragmatics Conference, 8-13 July 2007, Göteborg, Sweden. (Unpublished)
Hall, Graeme W. & Danby, Susan J. (2003) Teachers and academics co-constructing the category of expert through meeting talk. In Australian Association for Research in Education/New Zealand Assocation for Research in Education, December 2003, Auckland.
Hanrahan, Mary U. (2002) Applying CDA to the Analysis of Productive Hybrid Discourses in Science Classrooms. In Australian Association for Research in Education Conference (AARE), 1-5 December, Brisbane, Australia.
Mills, Kathy A. (2006) Critical Framing in a Pedagogy of Multiliteracies. In Rennie, J (Ed.) Voices, Vibes, Visions: Hearing the Voices, Feeling the Vibes, Capturing the Visions, Aust. Assoc. for Teaching English/Australian Literacy Educator's Association, Darwin.
Danby, Susan, Harris, Jessica, & Butler, Carly W. (2014) Helpline Discourse. In Tracy, Karen (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction. Wiley & Blackwell Publishing. (In Press)
Danby, Susan J., Thorpe, Karen J., Emmison, Michael, Ferguson, Robert, Butler, Carly W., & Daveson, Naomi (2009) Calling for help : a responsive evaluation of Child Health Line. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD.
Graham, Philip W. (2001) Review : Why study the media ? Information, Communication and Society, 4(1), pp. 137-138.