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Alexander, J., Jarratt, S. C. F., & Welch, N. (Eds.). (2018). Unruly rhetorics: Protest, persuasion, and publics. The University of Pittsburgh Press.
Bednarek, M. (2018). Language and television series: A linguistic approach to TV dialogue. Cambridge University Press.
Bonnin, J. E. (2019). Discourse and mental health: Voice, inequality and resistance in medical settings. Routledge.
Bös, B., Kleinke, S., Mollin, S., & Hernández, N. (Eds.). (2019). The discursive construction of identities on- and offline personal, group and collective. John Benjamins.
Buckledee, S. (2018). The language of Brexit: How Britain talked its way out of the European Union. Bloomsbury.
Friginal, E., Mathews, E., & Roberts, J. (2020). English in global aviation: Context, research, and pedagogy. Bloomsbury.
Gibson, S. (2019). Arguing, obeying and defying: A rhetorical perspective on Stanley Milgram’s obedience experiments. Cambridge University Press.
Guardado, M. (2018). Discourse, ideology and heritage language socialization: Micro and macro perspectives. Boston, MA & Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.
Hodges, A. W. (2019). When words Trump politics: Resisting a hostile regime of language. Stanford University Press.
Khan, K. (2019). Becoming a citizen: Linguistic trials and negotiations in the UK. Bloomsbury.
Kil, S. H. (2019). Covering the border war: How the news media creates crime, race, nation, and the USA-Mexico divide. Lexington.
Komter, M. (2018). The suspect’s statement: Talk and text in the criminal process. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press.
McEntee-Atalianis, L. (2019). Identity in applied linguistics research. Bloomsbury.
McIntyre, D., & Price, H. (Eds.). (2018). Applying linguistics: Language and the impact agenda. Routledge.
Oddo, J. (2018). The discourse of propaganda: Case studies from the Persian Gulf War and the War on Terror. The Pennsylvania State University Press.
Peck, A., Stroud, C., & Williams, Q. (Eds.). (2019). Making sense of people and place in linguistic landscapes. Bloomsbury.
Scollo, M., Milburn, T., & Carbaugh, D. A. (Eds.). (2019). Engaging and transforming global communication through cultural discourse analysis: A tribute to Donal Carbaugh. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
Spector, B. (2019). Constructing crisis: Leaders, crises and claims of urgency. Cambridge University Press.
Strathern, A., & Stewart, P. J. (2019). Language and culture in dialogue. London & New York: Bloomsbury.
Toolan, M. J. (2018). The language of inequality in the news: A discourse analytic approach. Cambridge University Press.
Waring, H Z., & Reddington, E. (Eds.). (2020). Communicating with the public: Conversation analytic studies. London: Bloomsbury
Way, L. C. S. (2017). Popular music and multimodal critical discourse studies: ideology, control and resistance in Turkey since 2002. New York: Bloomsbury.
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