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PEPLOW, David (2020). Storytelling and stance-taking in group interaction. Narrative Inquiry, 30 (2), 427-450.

PEPLOW, David and WHITELEY, Sara (2020). Interpreting real and fictional worlds in interaction: A socio-cognitive approach to reading group talk. Text and Talk: an interdisciplinary journal of language, discourse and communication studies.

VAN DER BOM, Isabelle, GRAINGER, Karen, PATERSON, Laura and PEPLOW, David (2017). ‘It’s not the fact they claim benefits but their useless, lazy, drug taking lifestyles we despise’: Analysing audience responses to Benefits Street using live tweets. Discourse, Context, & Media, 21, 36-45.

PATERSON, Laura, GRAINGER, Karen and PEPLOW, David (2017). Does money talk equate to class talk? Audience responses to poverty porn in relation to money and debt. In: MOONEY, Annabelle and SIFAKI, Evi, (eds.) The Language of Money and Debt : a Multidisciplinary Approach. Palgrave Macmillan, 205-231.

HEALEY, Joan, HOPKINS, Chris, MCCLIMENS, Alex and PEPLOW, David (2017). The potential therapeutic benefits of reading poetry to nursing home residents : the road less travelled? Journal of Poetry Therapy, 30 (3), 153-165.

PEPLOW, David (2016). Creativity in everyday interactions. In: DEMJEN, Szofia and SEARGEANT, Philip, (eds.) Creativity in Language : From Everyday Style to Verbal Art. Language and creativity books (1). Open University Press. (In Press)

PEPLOW, David (2016). Transforming readings : reading and interpreting in book groups. In: BURKE, Michael, FIALHO, Olivia and ZYGNIER, Sonia, (eds.) Scientific Approaches to Literature in Learning Environments. John Benjamins.

ALBERTSON, Kevin, PATEMAN, Matthew, ALBERTSON, Katherine, BARNES, Ashley and PEPLOW, David (2016). The role of the arts, humanities and social sciences in forming and informing responses to contemporary social change. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Civic and Political Studies, 11 (2), 29-46.

PEPLOW, David (2016). Talk About Books : A Study of Reading Groups. Bloomsbury Academic.

PATERSON, Laura, COFFEY-GLOVER, Laura and PEPLOW, David (2016). Negotiating stance within discourse of class: reactions to Benefits Street. Discourse and Society, 27 (2), 195-214.

PEPLOW, David, SWANN, Joan, TRIMARCO, Paola and WHITELEY, Sara (2015). The Discourse of Reading Groups : Integrating Cognitive and Sociocultural Approaches. Routledge Research in Literacy . Routledge.

KELLY, Shona, DAVIES, Larissa, HARROP, Deborah, MCCLIMENS, Alex, PEPLOW, David and POLLARD, Nicholas (2015). Reviewing art therapy research : a constructive critique. Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University.

PEPLOW, David (2014). "I’ve never enjoyed hating a book so much in my life.” The co-construction of reader identity in the reading group. In: CHAPMAN, Siobhan and CLARK, Billy, (eds.) Pragmatics and Literary Stylistics. Palgrave Studies in Pragmatics, Language and Cognition . Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 152-171.

PEPLOW, David (2014). The stylistics of everyday talk. In: STOCKWELL, Peter and WHITELEY, Sara, (eds.) Cambridge Handbook of Stylistics. Cambridge Handbook of Language and Linguistics . Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 590-606.

PEPLOW, David and CARTER, Ronald (2014). Stylistics and real readers. In: BURKE, Michael, (ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Stylistics. London, Routledge, 440-454.

PEPLOW, David (2011). 'Oh, I've known a lot of Irish people': Reading groups and the negotiation of literary interpretation. Language and Literature, 20 (4), 295-315.

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