Items where SHU Author is "Grainger, Karen"
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GRAINGER, Karen and MILLS, Sara (2015). Directness and indirectness across cultures. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan.
VAN DER BOM, Isabelle and GRAINGER, Karen (2015). Journal of Politeness Research: Introduction. Journal of Politeness Research, 11 (2), 165-178.
GRAINGER, Karen, KERKAM, Z, MANSOR, F and MILLS, Sara (2015). Offering and hospitality in Arabic and English. Journal of Politeness Research, 11 (1), 41-70.
GRAINGER, Karen (2013). Of babies and bath water: Is there any place for Austin and Grice in interpersonal pragmatics? Journal of Pragmatics, 58, 27-38.
GRAINGER, Karen (2013). "The daily grunt": middle class bias and vested interests in the 'Getting in Early' and 'Why Can't They Read?' reports. Language and Education, 27 (2), 99-109.
GRAINGER, Karen (2011). 'First order' and 'second order' politeness: institutional and intercultural contexts. In: Discursive approaches to politeness. Mouton Series in Pragmatics (8). Berlin, De Gruyter Moulton, 167-188.
BATES, Christopher, DOHERTY, Kathy and GRAINGER, Karen (2011). Understanding Programmers Through Discourse Analysis. In: RAISE 2011, University Central Lanacashire, Preston, UK, June 9th 2011.
GRAINGER, Karen (2011). "The Daily Grunt":The resurgence of the deficit model of language competence in children. In: Language, Education and Disadvantage, Sheffield Hallam University, 19th-20th April 2011. (Unpublished)
BATES, Christopher, DOHERTY, Kathy and GRAINGER, Karen (2011). Facework in a pair-programming session. In: Psychology of Programming Interest Group Work in Progress, Sheffield Hallam University, April 18-19, 2011. (Unpublished)
MCSEVENY, Kerry, GRAINGER, Karen and DOHERTY, Kathy (2010). I'm sooooo chuffed : face management in reports of success on an online weight loss message board. In: Fifth International Symposium on Politeness, University of Basel, 30 June-2 July 2010. (Unpublished)
GRAINGER, K. (2010). Indirectness in Zimbabwean English : a study of intercultural communication in the UK. In: BARGIELA-CHIAPPINI, F. and KADAR, D. Z., (eds.) Politeness across cultures. Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 171-193.
GRAINGER, K., MILLS, Sara and SIBANDA, M. (2010). "Just tell us what to do": Southern African face and its relevance to intercultural communication. Journal of Pragmatics, 42 (8), 2158-2171.
MCSEVENY, Kerry, DOHERTY, Kathy and GRAINGER, Karen (2009). "I was in the same boat" : advicegiving and solidarity in an online weight loss community. In: 1st Autumn Conference of Interpersonal Communication and Social Interaction Section of ECREA, Tampere, Finland, 21-23 October, 2009. (Unpublished)
MCSEVENY, Kerry, DOHERTY, Kathy and GRAINGER, Karen (2009). Laugh out loud : humour, confession and identity management in an online weight loss support group. In: Laughter and Humour in Interaction Conference, University of Huddersfield, 24-25 June, 2009. (Unpublished)
GRAINGER, Karen, MILLS, Sara and SIBANDA, Mandla (2008). The Southern African concept of ‘face’ and its relevance to intercultural interaction. In: 4th International Symposium on Politeness, Budapest, 2-4 July, 2008. (Unpublished)
HARRIS, S., GRAINGER, Karen and MULLANY, L. (2006). The pragmatics of political apologies. Discourse and society, 17 (6), 715-737.
GRAINGER, Karen, JENNINGS, M. and MASTERSON, S. (2005). ‘Things aren't the same, are they?’: the management of bad news delivery in the discourse of stroke care. Communication and medicine, 2 (1), 35-44.
GRAINGER, Karen (2004). Verbal play on the hospital ward: solidarity or power? Multilingua: journal of cross-cultural and interlanguage communication, 23 (1-2), 39-59.
MAKONI, S. and GRAINGER, Karen (2002). Comparative gerontolinguistics: characterizing discourses in caring institutions in South Africa and United Kingdom. Journal of social issues, 58.