Publications Ann Weatherall

Selected Publications by Ann Weatherall

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2015-2016 Publications

Weatherall, A. (2016)  ‘I need to get some details first’: Record keeping as a potential barrier to effective complaint-call management.  Mediation Theory and Practice, 1(1), 35-57.

Weatherall, A, and Keevallik, L. (2016) When claims of understanding are less than affiliative, Research on Language and Social interaction. DOI: 10.1080/08351813.2016.1196544

Weatherall, A., Danby, S., Cromdal, J.,Osvaldsson, K.Emmison, M.  (2016) Pranking in children’s helplines. Australian Journal of Linguistics

Weatherall, A. (2015). Sexism in language and talk-in-interaction. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 34 (4), 1-19.  DOI: 10.1177/0261927X15586574

Weatherall, A. (2015). Interpretative repertoires, conversation analysis and being critical.  In C. Tileaga and E. Stokoe (eds.) Discursive psychology: Revisiting classic studies (15-28). London:  Routledge.

Weatherall, A (2015). “But whose side are you on?” Doing being independent in telephone-mediated dispute resolution. in F. Chevalier J. Moore (Eds). Producing and Managing Restricted Activities. Avoidance and withholding in institutional interaction (151-179) John Benjamin Publishing.

Lindström, A. & Weatherall, A. (2015). Medical and Life World Contingencies in Treatment Proposals. Journal of Pragmatics, 78, 39-53.

Weatherall, A & Gibson, M (2015) “I’m going to ask you a very strange question”: A conversation analytic case study of the miracle question in solution-based therapeutic practice. Qualitative Research in Psychology. DOI: 10.1080/14780887.2014.948979

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2012-2014 Publications

Pomeroy, L. & Weatherall, A. (2014). Responding to Client Laughter as Therapeutic Actions in Practice. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 11,1-15.  DOI: 10.1080/14780887.2014.933919

Weatherall, A (2014). “But whose side are you on?” Doing Neutrality in Telephone-Mediated Dispute Resolution. In F. Chevalier (Ed.), Interactional restrictions, avoidance and withholding in institutional talk (324-384)John Benjamin Publishing.

Weatherall, A.  (2012). Conversation analysis as feminist research:  A response to Whelan. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 9: 1-6.  DOI: 10.1080/14780887.2011.635468

Weatherall, A (2012).  Identity categories as Action in Talk.  In H. Giles (Ed.),

Handbook of Intergroup Communication (58-69).  New York:  Taylor Francis.

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2011 Publications

Butler, C & Weatherall, A. (2011). “This is Charlotte” A case of passing in children’s talk-in-interaction. In S. Speer and E.H. Stokoe (Eds.), Gender and Conversation (pp. 231-249). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Weatherall, A. (2011) Discursive Psychology and feminism, British Journal of Social Psychology, DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8309.2011.02062.x

Weatherall, A. (2011). I don’t know as a pre-positioned hedge. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 44 (4), 317-337.

Weatherall, A. (2011). Gender relevance and talk-in-interaction. In J. Coates and P.Pilcher (Eds.). Language and Gender: A Reader, 2nd Edition. UK, Wiley Blackwell.

Weatherall, A. (2011). Review of Abortion then and now. New Zealand abortion stories from 1940 to 1980 by Margaret Sparrow. Women’s Studies Journal, 25 (1), 73-75.

Wilkinson, S. & Weatherall, A. (2011). Insertion Repair: Practices and Actions. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 44 (1), 65 – 91.

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2009-2010 Publications

Jackson, S. & Weatherall, A. (2010) ‘Dilemmas of Delivery: Gender, health and formal sexuality education in New Zealand/Aotearoa classrooms, Women’s Studies Journal, 24 (1), 47-59.

Jackson, S. & Weatherall, A. (2010) The (im)possibilities of feminist school based sexuality education. Feminism & Psychology, 20 (1), 1-20.

Weatherall, A., Stubbe, M., Sutherland, J. & Baxter, J. (2010). Conversation Analysis and Critical Discourse Analysis in Language and Gender Research. Approaches in Dialogue. In J. Holmes and M. Marra (eds.). Femininity, Feminism and Gendered Discourse.

Kalia, V. and Weatherall, A. (2009). “When Mister Right comes along”: Narratives and culture in Indian New Zealander immigrant mother-daughter conversations. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 6 (3), 219-232.

Sheriff, M. & Weatherall, A. (2009) ‘Empty nest’ or ‘guilty little secret’: Discourses of motherhood at postmaternity. Feminism & Psychology, 19 (1), 89-108.

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2007-2008 Publications

Weatherall, A. (2008) “Gender and Discourse,”. The International Encyclopedia of Communication, pg. 1933-1937 (ed. Donsbach), Volume 5. Wiley-Blackwell (Oxford, UK and Malden, MA), 2008.

Weatherall, A. (2008). ‘I don’t know’ as a practice for marking what follows as possibly problematic. Australian Journal of Psychology, 60, Suppl p.50.

Weatherall, A. (2007). Feminist psychology, conversation analysis and empirical research: An illustration using identity categories. Gender and Language, 1, 279-290.

Weatherall, A. (2007). Gender and sexuality. In Weatherall, A., Harper, D., Wilson, M., & McDowall, J. (Eds) An introduction to psychology in Aotearoa New Zealand. Auckland: Pearson Education New Zealand.

Weatherall, A. (2007) Language. In Weatherall, A., Harper, D., Wilson, M., & McDowall, J. (Eds) An introduction to psychology in Aotearoa New Zealand. Auckland: Pearson Education New Zealand.

Weatherall, A. (2007) Critical Social Psychology. In R. Baumeister and K.D. Vohs (Eds.) The Encyclopaedia of Social Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Weatherall, A., Gallois, C., & Watson, B. (Eds.). (2007). Language, discourse and social psychology. Bassingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan.

Weatherall, A., Gallois, C., & Watson, B. (2007). Theoretical and methodological approaches to language and discourse in social psychology In Weatherall, A., Gallois, C., & Watson, B. (Eds.)). Language, discourse and social psychology. Bassingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan.

Weatherall, A., Harper, D., Wilson, M., & McDowall, J. (Eds.). (2007). An introduction to psychology in Aotearoa New Zealand. Auckland: Pearson Education New Zealand.

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2005-2006 Publications

Butler, C and Weatherall, A. (2006) “No we’re not playing families”: Membership categorisation and children’s play. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 93 (4), 441-470.

Kirkwood, S., Liu., J.H. & Weatherall, A. (2005). Challenging the standard story of indigenous rights in Aotearoa / New Zealand. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 15.

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2003-2004 Publications

Potts, A., Gavey, N., Weatherall, A. (Eds.). (2004). Sex and the body. Pp.250. Wellington: Dunmore Press

Weatherall, A., Potts, A., & Gavey, N. (2004) Introducing Sex and the Body: Feminist scholarship from ‘down under’ on sexuality, gender and embodiment, pp. 7-16. In A. Potts, N. Gavey & A. Weatherall (Eds.) Sex and the Body. Wellington: Dunmore Press.

Weatherall, A (2004). “Whr r u?tb!” A preliminary study of language use on young people’s text messages. Wellington Working Papers in Linguistics, 16, 78-92.

Wilson, M., Weatherall, A., & Butler, C, (2004) A rhetorical approach to discussion about health and vegetarianism. Journal of Health Psychology, 9/, 567-581

Liu, J. H., Ng, S. H., Loong, C., Gee, S. & Weatherall, A. (2003). Cultural stereotypes and social representations of elders from Chinese and European perspectives. Journal of Cross-cultural Gerontology, 18/2, 149-168.

Stubbe, M., Lane, L., Hilder, J., Vine, E., Vine, B., Holmes, J. Marra, M. & Weatherall, A. (2003) Multiple discourse analyses of a workplace interaction. Discourse Processes, 5 (3), 351-388.

Weatherall, A. & Gallois, C (2003) Gendered identity: Complexities/intersections. A social psychology perspective, pp 487-508. In J Holmes and M. Meyerhoff (Eds.) Handbook of Gender and Language. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.

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2000-2002 Publications

Gee, S., Ng, S.H., Weatherall, A., Liu, J.H., Loong, C.F. & Higgins, T-R. (2002). Saving ourselves: Gender issues in making provision for ones own retirement. Australasian Journal of Ageing, 21(1), 30-35.

Stokoe, E. H., & Weatherall, A. (2002). Guest editorial: Gender, language, conversation analysis and feminism. Discourse & Society, 13(6), 707-713.

Walton, M., Weatherall, A. Jackson, S. (2002). Romance and friendship in preteen stories about conflicts: We decided that boys are not worth it. Discourse Society, 13, (5) 681-697.

Weatherall, A. (2002). Gender, language and discourse. London: Routledge.

Weatherall, A. (2002) The Politics of Language and Communication: Revisiting the Roots of Feminist Psychology. Feminism Psychology, 12, (3), 330-335.

Weatherall, A, (2002). Towards understanding gender and talk-in-interaction. Discourse Society, 13(6), 767-781.

Weatherall, A., Gavey, N. Potts, A. (2002). So whose words are they anyway? Feminism Psychology, 12(4), 533-541.

Bayard, D., Weatherall, A., Gallois, C. Pittam, J. (2001). Pax Americana? Accent attitudinal evaluations in New Zealand, Australia, and America. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 5(1), 22-49.

Weatherall, A., Gallois, C. Pittam, J. (2001). Language and social interaction. Taking stock and looking forward. Communication Yearbook, 24, 363-384.

Weatherall, A. Priestley, A. (2001). A feminist discourse analysis of sex work. Feminism Psychology, 11(3), 323-340.

Liu, J.H., Ng, S.H., Weatherall, A. Loong, C.F. (2000). Filial Piety, acculturation and inter-generational communication among New Zealand Chinese. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 22 (3), 213-223.

Ng, S.H., Loong, C.F., He, A.P., Liu, J.H. Weatherall, A. (2000). Communication correlates of individualism and collectivism: Talk directed at one or more addressees in family conversation. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 19 (1), 26-45.

Ng, S.H., Loong, C.F., Liu, J.H., Weatherall, A. (2000). Will the young support the old? An individual- and family-level study of filial obligations in two New Zealand cultures. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 3, 163-182.

Urlich, M. Weatherall, A. (2000). Motherhood and infertility: Viewing motherhood through the lens of infertility. Feminism Psychology, 10 (3), 323-336.

Weatherall, A. (2000). Gender relevance in talk-in-interaction and discourse. Discourse Society, 11(2), 290-292.

Weatherall, A. (2000). Re-visions for gender and language research in the 21st century. In J. Holmes (Ed.) Gendered Speech in Social Context: Perspectives From Town and Gown, pp. 39-51. Wellington, NZ: Victoria University Press.

Weatherall, A. (2000). Exploring a teaching/research nexus as a possible site for feminist methodological innovation in psychology, pp. 199-214. In M. Crawford and E. Kimmel (Eds.).Innovations in Feminist Psychological Research. New York: Cambridge University Press.

White, J. Weatherall, A. (2000). A grounded theory analysis of older adults and information technology.Educational Gerontology: An International Journal, 26, 1-16.

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Pre- 2000

Ng, S.H., Liu, J., Weatherall, A. Loong, C.F. (1998). Inter-generational relationships in the Chinese communinty. In Ng, S.H., Weatherall, A., Liu, J.H. Loong, C.F. (Eds.). Ages ahead. Promoting inter-generational relationships, pp. 85-105. Wellington, NZ: Victoria University Press.

Bhr, G. Weatherall, A. (1999). Women and names: Making sense of cultural naming practices. Womens Studies Journal, 15, 1, 41-61.

Weatherall, A. (1999). Exploring a teaching/research nexus as a possible site for feminist methodological innovation in psychology. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 23, 201-217.

Weatherall, A. & Walton, M. (1999). The metaphorical construction of sexual experience in a speech community of New Zealand University students. British Journal of Social Psychology, 39, 479-498.

Weatherall, A. (1998). Women and men in language: An analysis of semi-naturalistic person descriptions. Human Communication Research, 7, 4, 276-293.

Weatherall, A. (1998). Re-visioning gender and language research. Women Language, 21, 1-10.

Weatherall, A., Gallois, C. Pittam, J. (1998). Australasian attitudes towards Australasian accents. Te Reo, 41, 153-162.

Ng, S.H., Weatherall, A., Liu, J.H. Loong, C.F. (Eds.). (1998). Ages ahead. Promoting inter-generational relationships. Wellington, NZ: Victoria University Press.

Ng, S.H., Liu, J.H., Weatherall, A. Loong, C.F. (1997). Younger adults experiences of communication with elders and peers. Human Communication Research, 24, 82-107.

Weatherall, A. (1996). Language about men and women: An example from popular culture. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 15, 59-75.

Ng, S. H., Kam Kuen, C., Weatherall, A. Moody, J. (1993). Polarised semantic change of words associated with males and females. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 12, 66-80.

Weatherall, A. (1992). Gender and language: Research in progress. Feminism & Psychology, 2, 177-181.

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