Text & Talk

(The TQCC of Text & Talk is 2. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Swearing in informal spoken English: 1990s–2010s15
Young children’s affective stance through embodied displays of emotion during tellings11
The face of noncompliance in family interaction9
The passive voice in scientific writing through the ages: A diachronic study8
The Written British National Corpus 2014 – design and comparability7
Identifying and describing functional discourse units in the BNC Spoken 20147
Entextualizing high energy texts: an exploration of modal shift on a Chinese online video-sharing website Bilibili7
‘Please make your verdict speak the truth’: Insights from an Appraisal analysis of the closing arguments from a rape trial7
Proximal versus distant suffering in TV news discourses on COVID-19 pandemic6
Communicating climate change: how (not) to touch a cord with people and promote action5
Legal constraints and judicial discretion in sentencing practice: Appraisal analysis of the sentencing remarks for Terri Palmer5
The moral character of emotion work in adult-child interactions5
I’m thinking and you’re saying: Speaker stance and the progressive of mental verbs in courtroom interaction5
Moments and mechanisms of intervention along textual trajectories: norm negotiations in English-medium research writing5
Subversive compliance and embodiment in remedial interchanges5
Environmental issues in the Victorian era: an ecostylistic examination of metaphor and framing in Ruskin’s The Storm-Cloud of the Nineteenth Century4
“Yo I am Superman, You Kiddo Go Home”: ritual impoliteness in Chinese freestyle rap battles4
Stancetaking in motion: stance triangle and double dialogicality4
Developing an annotation protocol for evaluative stance and metaphor in discourse: theoretical and methodological considerations4
Language teachers’ narratives of professional experience in online class discussions4
From image to text to speech: the effects of speech prosody on information sequencing in audio description4
‘You said, we did’: a corpus-based analysis of marketising discourse in healthcare websites4
Metadiscourse: the evolution of an approach to texts4
Working with gender in psychotherapy: A discursive analysis of psychotherapy sessions with women suffering from bulimia4
Do Spanish causal connectives vary in subjectivity? What crowdsourcing data reveal about native speakers’ preferences4
Legal reasoning: a textual perspective on common law judicial opinions and Chinese judgments4
Deployment of I don’t know and wakannai in second language classroom peer discussions3
Gestures of closure: A small stories approach to museumgoers' texts3
Compliment responses in Hong Kong: an application of Leech’s pragmatics of politeness3
Counsellors’ interactional practices for facilitating group members’ affiliative talk about personal experiences in group counselling3
Environmental issues in the Anthropocene: ecolinguistic perspectives across media and genres3
Oops! I can’t express this in English!”: managing epistemic challenges by Chinese EFL peer tutors in writing tutorials3
The rhetorical structure of analytical writing: a developmental approach3
A contrastive study of engagement resources between English spoken and written texts3
Hedging in interpreted and spontaneous speeches: a comparative study of Chinese and American political press briefings3
Morality-in-interaction: Toddlers’ recyclings of institutional discourses of feeling during peer disputes in daycare3
Risk and resilience in a changing climate: a diachronic analysis in the press across the globe3
Stance in press releases versus business news: a lexical bundle approach3
Reproduced, reinterpreted, lost: Trajectories of scientific knowledge across contexts3
Changing discourses of climate change: building social-ecological resilience cross-culturally3
Markers of identification in Indigenous academic writing: A case study of genre innovation3
Using written task answer sheets as notes while speaking: changing task-report practices in a second language book club3
Note-taking/making as a resource for substantiating advice at a second language speaking center3
Enabling students’ knowledge building in English classrooms in China: The role of teacher monologue2
Interpreting real and fictional worlds in interaction: A socio-cognitive approach to reading group talk2
Text formulations as practices of demonstrating understanding in dialogic reading2
Practices of discursive urban place-making in Brooklyn, New York: (hidden) digital and embodied discourse2
“Nature needs you”: discursive constructions of legitimacy and identification in environmental charity appeals2
The Anthropocene: genesis of a term and popularization in the press2
Proximization: a critical cognitive analysis of health security discourse2
The intertextual nature of embedded email communication for contract negotiation activities2
The use of material resources in vocabulary explanations: a conversation analytic inquiry2
Lifting the pen and the gaze: embodied recruitment in collaborative writing2
Co-constructing a child as disorderly: Moral character work in narrative accounts of upsetting experiences2
‘You wanted to know about expat life’: Authenticating identity in blogs about transnational relocation2
Representations of “leftover” women and men in the Chinese English-language news media: a keyword analysis of similarities and difference2
“We are here to help you”: understanding the role of careers and employability services in UK universities2
Managing Latin: support and intratextual translation as mediation strategies in the history of English2
Dialogical functions of metaphors in medical interactions2
Narratives of industrial damage and natural recovery: an ecolinguistic perspective2
Appraisal as co-selection and media performativity: 5G technology imaged in German news discourse2