Publications Ann Weatherall

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Books

Roble, J & Weatherall, A. (Eds) (in prep, expected, 2019) Emotion in Interaction.  Amsterdam:  John Benjamins.

Weatherall, A., Gallois, C., & Watson, B. (Eds.). (2007). Language, discourse and social psychology. Basingstoke, 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.

Potts, A., Gavey, N., Weatherall, A. (Eds.). (2004). Sex and the body. Wellington: Dunmore Press.
Weatherall, A. (2002). Gender, language and discourse. London: Routledge.

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

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Journal articles

Weatherall, A. (in prep) The organisation of talking and crying producing norms about displays of emotion

Weatherall, A., Rendle-Short, J. (in prep) The positions and functions of “Yeah no” in talk La, J & Weatherall, A (in prep) Prioritising verbal confirmations of pain over embodied displays in medical consultations.

Weatherall, A. (under review). Constituting agency in the delivery of telephone-mediated victim support. Qualitative Research in Psychology

Weatherall, A., Malabarba, T., Skogmyr-Marian, K. & Bradley, L. (under review).  Repetition plus turn expansion:  Confirming and claiming entitlement.  Journal of Pragmatics

Weatherall, A., & Tennent, E. (under review) “I don’t have an address bud”: The interactional burden of a routine question for women seeking help for violence.  Gender & Society.

Tennent E & Weatherall, A (2019) Disclosing violence in calls for help Gender and Language, 13, 270-288. https://doi.org/10.1558/genl.35106

Weatherall, A & Edmonds, D.M. (2018) Speakers formulating their talk as interruptive. Journal of Pragmatics, 123, 11-23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pragma.2017.11.008

McCulloch, A. & Weatherall, A. (2017) The Fragility of De facto Abortion on Demand in New Zealand Aotearoa.  Feminism & Psychology, 27, 92-100.

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, 35-57.

Weatherall, A. & Keevallik, L. (2016) When claims of understanding are less than affiliative. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 49, 167-182.

Weatherall, A., Danby, S., Cromdal, J.,Osvaldsson, K.Emmison, M.  (2016) Pranking in children’s helplines.  Australian Journal of Linguistics, 36 (2), 224-238.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/07268602.2015.1121532

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

Lindström, A. & Weatherall, A. (2015). Medical and Life World Contingencies in Treatment Proposals.  Journal of Pragmatics, 78, 39-53. DOI:10.1016/j.pragma.2015.01.005

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, 12 (2), 162-181in.  DOI: 10.1080/14780887.2014.948979

Weatherall, A. & Stubbe, M. (2015) Emotions in action: Telephone-mediated dispute resolution. British Journal of Social Psychology, 54 (2), 273-290. DOI:10.1111/bjso.12082

Pomeroy, L. & Weatherall, A. (2014).  Responding to Client Laughter as Therapeutic Actions in Practice  Qualitative Research in Psychology, 11, 420-434.  DOI: 10.1080/14780887.2014.933919

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

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

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

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.

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

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, 1-13.

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, C., 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.

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 one’s 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). 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.

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

Bähr, G. & Weatherall, A. (1999). Women and names: Making sense of cultural naming practices. Women’s 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., 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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Book chapters

La, J. & Weatherall,  (under review).  Accomplishing a joint understanding of pain in medical interaction.  In Wiggins, S & Osvaldsson Cromdal, K. (Eds.).  Discursive psychology and embodiment:  Beyond subject-object boundaries.  Palgrave-Macmillan.

Weatherall, A. (under review).  Scuse the snivelling:  Talking and the moral accountability of crying.  In Roble, J & Weatherall, A (Eds.)  Emotion in Interaction.  Amsterdam: John Benjamins

Keevallik, L. & Weatherall, A (in press) ‘I understand’- initiated formulations of the other:  a semi-fixed claim to the intersubjective.  P. Blitvich, L. Fernandez-Amaya and M. Hernandez-Lopez (Eds.) Technology Mediated Service Encounters.  Amsterdam:  John Benjamin

Tennent, E., & Weatherall, A. (in press 2019).  Feminist Conversation Analysis.  In J. Baxter & J MacKenzie (Eds.). Handbook of Language, Gender and Sexuality.  Routledge

Edmonds, D.M. & Weatherall, A. (2019).  Managing verbal and embodied conduct in telephone-mediated service encounters. In P Garces-Conejos Blitvich, L. Fernandez-Amaya and M. de la O Hernandez-Lopez (Eds.) Technology Mediated Service Encounters (71-96).  John Benjamins

Gallois, C. & Weatherall, A, & Giles, H. (2016).  Communication Accommodation Theory and Talk in Action.  In H. Giles (ed.) Communication Accommodation Theory:  Conjuring Identities.(105-122)  Cambridge University Press.

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.

Weatherall, A. (2014). Discursive Psychology and the Accomplishment of Meaning.  In Hemmingsen, Michael, & J. L. Shaw (Eds.), Meaning and Identity: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (238-249). Kolkata:  Punthi Pustak.

Weatherall, A. (2012)  Language attitudes in Australia and New Zealand.  In H. Giles and B. Watson (Eds.), The Social Meaning of Language, Dialect and Accent (157-169).  New York:  Peter Lang Publishing.

Weatherall, A (2012).  Identity categories as Action in Talk.  In H. Giles (Ed.), Handbook of Intergroup Communication (58-69).  New York:  Taylor Francis.

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.

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., 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 (pp. 217-247).  Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars.

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. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave MacMillan.

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

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

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

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.

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. In M. Crawford and E. Kimmel (Eds.), Innovations in Feminist Psychological Research (pp. 199-214). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Ng, S.H., Liu, J., Weatherall, A. & Loong, C.F. (1998). Inter-generational relationships in the Chinese community. 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.

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Quality assured publications

Weatherall, A. & Hollander, M, (2018). Using discursive psychology and conversation analysis to study “obedience” and “defiance” in Milgram’s experiments. SAGE Research Methods Cases. 10.4135/9781526449160

Weatherall, A (2017) Conversation Analysis and Intergroup Communication.  In H. Giles and J. Harwood (Eds.) Oxford Encyclopaedia of Intergroup Communication.  DOI:10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.013.376

Weatherall, A. (2016).  Discourse and Gender.  In N. Naples, M. Wickramasinghe and A. Wong Wai Chang (Eds. ) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies.  Oxford, UK:  Wiley-Blackwell. DOI: 10.1002/9781118663219.wbegss15

Weatherall, A. (2016).  Language and Gender. In N. Naples, M. Wickramasinghe and A. Wong Wai Chang (Eds. ) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies.  Oxford, UK:  Wiley-Blackwell. DOI: 10.1002/9781118663219.wbegss145

Weatherall, A. (2016).  Non-sexist language use. In N. Naples, M. Wickramasinghe and A. Wong Wai Chang (Eds. ) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies.  Oxford, UK:  Wiley-Blackwell. DOI: 10.1002/9781118663219.wbegss147

Weatherall, A. 2016).  Sexism in language.  In N. Naples, M. Wickramasinghe and A. Wong Wai Chang (Eds. ) The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies.  Oxford, UK:  Wiley-Blackwell. DOI: 10.1002/9781118663219.wbegss14

Weatherall, A. (2015).  Review of Rough on Women.  Abortion in 19th century New Zealand  by Margaret Sparrow.  Women’s Studies Journal, 29 (2), 70-72.

Weatherall, A. (2015).  Language planning (gender and sexuality issues).  In P. Whelehan and A. Bolin.  (Eds.).  The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality.  Malden, MA:  John Wiley and Son Limited. DOI: 10.1002/9781118896877.wbiehs261

Weatherall, A. (2015) Gender in interaction.  In K. Tracy, T.L. Sandel and C. Ilie. (Eds.). The International Encyclopaedia of Language and Social Interaction.  Boston: John Wiley & Sons. DOI: 10.1002/9781118611463.wbielsi148

Weatherall, A. (2015) .Gender and Discourse.  In W. Donsbach (Ed). The Concise International Encyclopaedia of Communication. (pp. 221-222)  Hoboken, NJ:  John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Weatherall, A (2014). A review of ‘Language, Gender and Feminism.  Theory, Methodology and Practice’ By Sara Mills and Louise Mullany (2011)  London:  Routledge.  Gender & Language, 8 (1), 124-126.

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.

Weatherall, A. (2009). Review of Conversation analysis and Psychotherapy by A. Peräkylä, C. Antaki, S. Vehviläinen and I. Leudar (eds). Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 29, 139-141.

Jackson, S. & Weatherall, A. (2008). The “right to enjoy sex” and other (im)possibilities of school sex education. Australian Journal of Psychology, 60, Suppl. 28.

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

Wilkinson, S. and Weatherall, A. (2008). Insertion as action. A conversation analytic study of ‘repairs’ to talk. Australian Journal of Psychology, 60, Suppl  50-51.

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

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. (2006). Reviews of Talking gender and sexuality by Paul McIlvenny, and Gender Identity and Discourse Analysis by Lia Litosseliti and Jane Sunderland. Discourse & Society, 17(3), 419-421.

Weatherall, A (2006). Review of Understanding Critical Social Psychology by Keith Tuffin. New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 35, 1, 55-56.

Weatherall, A. (2005) “Hard out over rated”: Communicating norms of sexual health to youth. Australian Journal of Psychology. 57, Suppl. 103-103.

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.

Weatherall, A (2004). Review of Everyday talk. Building and Reflecting Identities by Karen Tracy. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 8, 295-298.

Weatherall, A. (2004). Narratives and gender norms in mother-daughter interactions. Australian Journal of Psychology 56, 97-97 Suppl. S

Weatherall, A. & Butler, C. (2003). “No we’re not playing families”: Negation and the organisation of talk-in-play. Australian Journal of Psychology, 55, 67.

Weatherall, A. (2003). Review of Feminist thought in Aotearoa/New Zealand: connections and differences by R. du Pleiss and L. Alice (Eds). Feminist Review, 76, 1-3.

Weatherall, A. (2003). Review of Working with Spoken Discourse by Deborah Cameron. Discourse & Society, 14(4), 525-526.

Weatherall, A. (2002). Review of Why Feminism? Feminism & Psychology, 12, 105-106.

Stubbe, M., Lane, L., Hilder, J., Vine, E., Vine, B., Holmes, J. Marra, M. & Weatherall, A. (1999). Multiple discourse analyses of a workplace interaction. Wellington Working Papers in Linguistics , 11, 39-85.

Weatherall, A. (1998). The metaphorical construction of sexual experience in a speech community of New Zealand University students. Australian Journal of Psychology – Combined Abstracts of 1998 Australian Psychology Conferences, 50, 38.

Weatherall, A. (1998). Review of Feminism and Discourse. Journal of Language and Social Psychology. 259-264.

Weatherall, A., Ng, S.H., Liu, J.H. & Loong, C.F. (1997). Experiences of inter-generational communication in New Zealanders of Chinese descent. Australian Journal of Psychology – Combined Abstracts of 1997 Australian Psychology Conferences, 49, 49-50.

Weatherall, A. (1996). Gendered interactive styles – Where’s the difference? Australian Journal of Psychology – Combined Abstracts of 1996 Australian Psychology Conferences, 48, 77.

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Editorials in quality-assured journals

Weatherall, A. (2019) Editorial introduction:  Constituting and responding to sexual violence.  Gender & Language, 13, 149-153. DOI:  10.1558/genl.38967

Weatherall, A. & Stokoe, E. (2014).  Editorial:  The seventh year of Gender and Language.  Gender & Language, 8 (1), 1-4.

Weatherall, A., and Stokoe, E. (2013). Editorial:  Annual profile of contributors and decisions made.  Gender and Language, 7 (1),  1-4.

Weatherall, A. and Jackson, S. (2012) Editorial.  Women’s Studies Journal. 26 (2),  1-2.

Weatherall, A., Stokoe, E., McIlhenny, B.  (2011). Editorial.  Gender and Language, 5 (2), 167-173.

Jackson, S. & Weatherall, A. (2010).  Editorial.  Women’s Studies Journal, 24 (2), 1.

McIlhenny, B. & Weatherall, A. (2010). Annual profile of contributions and decisions made.  Gender and Language, 4 (2). 175-177.

Weatherall, A, Barnett, H, Jackson, S. and Rawlings, E. (2010).  Editorial.  Women’s Studies Journal, 24 (1), 1-2.

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Reports

Tennent, E. & Weatherall. A. (2918) Calling for Help:  Analysing interactions on the 0800Victim Line.  A Research Report Prepared for Victim Support.  Manaaki Tangata

La, J & Weatherall, A. (2017).  The work that Women’s Refuge does.  A research report. Wellington:  Victoria University of Wellington.

Weatherall, A. and Ramsay, A. (2006). New Communications and Family Life. Wellington: Families Commission.

Gee, S., Glasgow, K., Ng, S.H., Weatherall, A., Liu, J., Higgins, T.P. & Loong, C. (2000). Creating communities for all ages: Local government and older New Zealanders. Wellington: Age Concern NZ and Victoria University of Wellington.

Gee, S.B., Ng, S.H., Weatherall, A., Liu, J.H., Higgins, T.R. & Loong, C.F. (2000). Life after 40: Work and retirement plans. Wellington: Victoria University of Wellington.

Ng, S.H., Liu, J.H., Loong, C.F. & Weatherall, A. (1999). Links across generations among New Zealand Chinese. A research report that summarises research findings concerning inter-generational relationships in the Wellington Chinese Community, Wellington: VUW.

Weatherall, A. & Smith, M. (1998). Seventh form open day: What’s in it for Victoria University? A research report produced for Victoria University of Wellington.

Weatherall, A. (1990). Women's health and safety issues. Safeguard, 8, 10-12.

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Other publications

Weatherall, A (2002) Words and Women in New Zealand English. New Zealand Herald, Wednesday 4 September.

Hicks, L., Lavell, K., Phillips, M., Weatherall, A. & Williams, T. (1987). Sexism in Language. Audio Visual Production Section, University of Otago.

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Keynote presentations and invited talks

Weatherall, A. (28-31 August, 2019)  The social organisation of emotion and sensation  Keynote address to the British Psychological Society, Social Psychology Section Conference.  York, United Kingdom.

Weatherall, A. (7-8 October, 2019).  Crying and Talking when seeking help.  Invited address to The Centre for Social Work (CESAR) Emotion and Psychiatric Practice Symposium, Uppsala University.

Weatherall, A. (9 October, 2019) Publishing your work in the British Journal of Social Psychology (BJSP) Invited seminar to Department of Behaviour Science and Learning, Linkoping University, Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (25 September, 2015) Feminist research, conversation analysis and the study of gender.  Invited seminar to Women and Philosophy Speaker Series, Victoria University of Wellington.

Weatherall, A. (Nov 20-21, 2014) Intersubjectivity.  Keynote address to The 9th Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Conference, University of Waikato, Hamilton. Weatherall,  A. (March, 4, 2014).  Medical and lifeworld contingencies in treatment proposals.  Invited presentation to CEDER Center for Dementia Research, Linköpings universitet, Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (Feburary, 5. 2014) Gender and Interaction.  Invited Presentation to Institutionen för svenska språket, Linnéuniversitetet, Växjö, Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (2013, December 12) Accomplishing choice, consent and dignity in primary health care.  Invited presentation for Talk and Interaction Seminar Series, / Samtals- och interaktionsseminariet vid Linköpings universitet (SIS), Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (2013, December 3) ‘I thought I should discuss that with you’ Invited presentation to  4th Workshop:  Dignity in Action.  Uppsala University, Sweden

Weatherall, A. (2013, October, 22) Complaint calls and dispute resolution.  Invited presentation.  Göteborg workshop.  Institutionen för Journalistik, medier och kommunikation, Göteborgs universitet, Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (2013). Multimodality and Doctor Patient Interaction.  Områdesgruppen för forskning om tal och interaktion/Meeting for research on talk and interaction (26-27 September). Uppsala University,  Sweden.

Weatherall, A, (2013,  August, 29). Feminism, psychology and studies of social interaction.  Invited Presentation to Institute for Culture and Communication, Linköping University, Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (May, 2012) Insertion Repair as a practice for doing identity work.  Invited presentation to Transcript Analysis Group Symposium, Queensland University of Technology,

Weatherall, A (2011) Understanding and improving dispute resolution. Federation of University Women Talk

Weatherall, A (2010, November).  Academic Publishing.  Workshop presented at the Women’s Studies Association conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Weatherall, A (2010, September) A Study of Complaint Calls to Independent Dispute Resolution Services. To the Human Resource Institute, New Zealand.

Weatherall, A. (2009, November). Children’s play: An accomplishment of talk-in-interaction. Lecture presented to SOC288 class, University of California Santa Barbara.

Weatherall, A. (2009, November). Affective displays in complaint calls to an independent dispute resolution service. Language, Interaction and Social Organisation (LISO), University of California Santa Barbara.

Weatherall, A. (2008, September). Complaints in calls to a dispute resolution service. Feminist conversation analysis Unit. Department of Sociology, University of York, UK.

Weatherall, A. (2008, October). The accomplishment of arrangement making in everyday talk. Discourse Analysis & Rhetoric Group. Department of Social Sciences, Loughborough University, UK.

Weatherall, A. and Wilkinson, S. (2008, September). Candidate insertion repairs in the transition space. CA interest group Department of Social Sciences. Loughborough University, UK.

Weatherall, A. (2008, May). Insertion after self-interruption as a method for dealing with possible trouble during conversation. School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, Victoria University of Wellington.

Weatherall, A. (2008, May). The position of insertion repairs in turns of talk. Transcript Analysis Group, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

Weatherall, A. (2007, February). “His real name is actually Charlotte”: A cross gender identity children’s interaction. Anthropological Linguistics, University of California, Los Angeles.

Weatherall, A. (2006). Young men have accidents at football women fall off stools. Gender and Conversation Analysis. School of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington.

Weatherall, A. (2006, July). From gender difference in speech to gender relevance in interaction. Department of Psychology, Massey University, Albany.

Weatherall, A. (2004, August). “Whr r u? tb!”: A preliminary study of language use in young people’s text messages. School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, Victoria University of Wellington.

Weatherall, A. (2003, October). A rhetorical analysis of internet discussions about vegetarianism. School of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies, Victoria University of Wellington.

Weatherall A. (2003, September). Challenging differences: Gender, language, conversation analysis and feminist psychology. Rhodes College Departments of Psychology, Women’s Studies and History, USA.

Weatherall, A. (2002, August). Challenging difference. Gender, language and feminist psychology. School of Psychology, Victoria University of Wellington.

Weatherall, A. (2000). Shifting perspectives on gender, language and discourse. Invited seminar presentation for Department of Psychology, University of Staffordshire.

Weatherall, A. (2000). Shifting perspectives on gender, language and discourse. Invited seminar presentation for, Department of Psychology, University of Manchester.

Weatherall, A. (2000). Shifting perspectives on gender, language and discourse. Invited seminar presentation for the Critical Psychology Seminar Series at the Bolton Institute.

Weatherall, A. (2000). Gendering language: Representation and social action. A paper presented to the Centre for Critical Psychology, University of Western Sydney, Sydney.

Weatherall, A.(1999). The metaphorical construction of sex by New Zealand university students. Invited seminar at the Psychology Department, University of Otago.

Weatherall, A. (1999). Australasian attitudes towards Australasian accents. Invited seminar presentation for the Department of Psychology, University of Brisbane.

Weatherall, A. (1997). Exploring Language and Women’s Social Status. An invited address to the Wellington Branch of the Association for Women and Science (AWIS).

Weatherall, A. & Guo, J. (1997). Gender and culture in communicative strategies among English- and Mandarin-speaking children. A paper presented at the Department of Linguistics Research Seminar Series, VUW.

Weatherall, A. & Walton, M. (1997). Talking dirty: The metaphorical construction of sexual experience by NZ and US university students. A paper presented to the VUW Gender Research Discussion Group.

Weatherall, A. (1995). Women, identity and personal names. A paper presented at the Department of Linguistics Research Seminar Series, VUW.

Weatherall, A. (1994). Still watching your language? An invited address for the Wellington Branch of the New Zealand Psychological Society.

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Conference presentations

Weatherall, A., Keevallik, L., Stubbe, M. & La, J.  (2019) Unexpected pain displays in medical consultations.  International Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis, Mannheim, July 2-5.

Weatherall, A & Tennent, E. (2018) Feminist Conversation Analysis:  Examining violence against women.  Feminist Engagements in Aotearoa:  125 years of Suffrage and Beyond, Victoria University of Wellington 21-23 September.

Malabarba, T, Weatherall, A & Skogmyr Marian, K (2018) Repetition in second position:  A resource for building multi modal turns.  5th International Conference in Conversation Analysis, Loughborough University 11-15 July.

Weatherall, A. (2018) Turn design and giving assistance in calls to a social support service.  5th International Conference in Conversation Analysis, Loughborough University 11-15 July.

Tennent, E & Weatherall, A. (2018) Achieving join understanding of victimisation in calls for help, 5th International Conference in Conversation Analysis, Loughborough University 11-15 July.

La, J & Weatherall, A. (2018) Displays of pain in medical encounters.  A Video Turn in Linguistics. Conference. Swiss Association for Applied Linguistics.  VALS-ASLA  Universität Basel  6-8 June 2018.

Stubbe, M. & Weatherall, A (2017) “oh lord I’m not that old” Negotiating age categories in health care interaction. 6th New Zealand Discourse Conference,   Auckland University of Technology, 6-8 December.

Weatherall, A (2017)  ‘Could you say that again’ The use if directives in Acceptance Commitment Therapy.  6th New Zealand Discourse Conference,   Auckland University of Technology, 6-8 December.

Edmonds, D. & Weatherall, A. (2017). Epistemics and reality construction in telephone mediated dispute resolution.  Intersubjectivity in action.  Helsinki, 11-13 May 2017

Edmonds, D. & Weatherall, A. (2017). Epistemics and reality construction in telephone mediated dispute resolution.  15th International Pragmatics Association Conference. Belfast 16-21 July.

Hilder, J. Stubbe, M & Weatherall, A. (2017). ‘Where you’re 85, then I’ll call you old’ Age categorisation in healthcare consultations. 15th International Pragmatics Association Conference. Belfast 16-21 July.

Weatherall, A. (2017).  Emotion and affect in calls to a social support service.  15th International Pragmatics Association Conference. Belfast 16-21 July.

Weatherall, A. &  Rendle-Short, J. (2016) The positions and functions of ‘yeah no’ in talk.  Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis, University of Melbourne, Nov 30 – Dec 2).

Weatherall, A. (2016) Domination through questioning practices in the cross-examination of sexual assault complainants.  International Gender and Language Conference, City University of Hong Kong (May 19-21).

Weatherall, A. & Sedley, B. (2015).  “Let me have you sort of repeat that”:  Acceptance Commitment Therapy Training Videos Under an Analytic Microscope. Australian New Zealand Association for Contextual Behavioural Science Annual Conference.  Victoria University of Wellington. (November 26 – 28).

Weatherall, A., & Keevallik, L. (2015) ‘I understand’ prefaced formulations of the other.  International Pragmatics Association Conference.  Antwerp, Belgium.  (26-31 July)

Weatherall, A. (2015).  Invited discussant, roundtable on conversation analysis and clinical encounters.  5th International Conference on Conversation Analysis and Clinical Encounters (CACE), Hollywell Park, Loughborough University UK( 305 July).

Weatherall, A. (2014) Claiming and disclaiming knowledge in telephone-mediated dispute resolution.  4th International Conference on Conversation Analysis, (23-29 June). University of California, Los Angeles.

Weatherall, A., Edmonds, D., McManamon, L. (2014) Claims to interruption.  4th International Conference on Conversation Analysis, (23-29 June). University of California, Los Angeles.

Weatherall, A. (2014, May 9). ‘I can understand how you’d think that’:  Self avowals to an other’s  mind.  Invited presentation to Finnish Centre of Excellence in Research on Intersubjectivity in Interaction.  University of Helsinki, Finland.

Weatherall, A. (2014, April, 23). Claims to the intersubjective.  Invited presentation to Institutionen för svenska och flerspråkighet, Stockholms universitet, Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (2014, March 31).  Gender and Interaction.  Invited presentation to Department of Childhood Studies.  Uppsala University, Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (2014,  March 27).  Claiming access to another’s mind. Invited presentation for Talk and Interaction Seminar Series, Samtals- och interaktionsseminariet vid Linköpings universitet (SIS), Sweden.

Weatherall,  A. (March, 4, 2014).  Medical and lifeworld contingencies in treatment proposals.  Invited presentation to CEDER Center for Dementia Research, Linköpings universitet, Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (Feburary, 5. 2014) Gender and Interaction.  Invited Presentation to Institutionen för svenska språket, Linnéuniversitetet, Växjö, Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (2014)  Responding to treatment recommendations.  Workshop on multimodality.  (January, 24) Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism, Stockholm University, Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (2013, December 12) Accomplishing choice, consent and dignity in primary health care.  Invited presentation for Talk and Interaction Seminar Series, / Samtals- och interaktionsseminariet vid Linköpings universitet (SIS), Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (2013, December 3) ‘I thought I should discuss that with you’ Invited presentation to  4th Workshop:  Dignity in Action.  Uppsala University, Sweden

Weatherall, A. (2013).  Feminist Conversation Analysis:  Displayed Orientations to Gender and Sexuality in Talk.  Nordisk Konferensen om Språk och Kön/Nordic conference on language and gender  (10-11 October) Södertörns Högskola.  Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (2013, October, 22) Complaint calls and dispute resolution.  Invited presentation.  Göteborg workshop.  Institutionen för Journalistik, medier och kommunikation, Göteborgs universitet, Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (2013). Multimodality and Doctor Patient Interaction.  Områdesgruppen för forskning om tal och interaktion/Meeting for research on talk and interaction (26-27 September). Uppsala University,  Sweden.

Weatherall, A, (2013,  August, 29). Feminism, psychology and studies of social interaction.  Invited Presentation to Institute for Culture and Communication, Linköping University, Sweden.

Weatherall, A. (2012) Other Initiations of Repair on Gender and Sexuality Categories.  7th International Gender and Language Conference IGALA7. (June 20-22.) Sao Leopoldo, Brazil.

Weatherall, A. (2012) Gender Trouble and Its Aftermath in Talk.  8th Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis AIEMCA8.  (Nov 29-30).  Brisbane.  Australia.

Weatherall, A. (2011) Laughter in Complaints:  Indexing a transgression.  3rd New Zealand Discourse Conference, (Dec 3-4). AUT. Auckland.

Weatherall, A. (2011) Laughter in complaint calls to a dispute resolution service.  Laughter and Humor in Interaction International Conference. (June 23-23) Emerson College, Boston, MA, USA.

Weatherall, A (2010, November) Non-alignment in calls to dispute resolution services.  7th Australasian Institute of Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis AIEMCA8, Wellington, New Zealand.

Wilkinson, S & Weatherall, A. (2010). Insertion Repairs: Practices  & Actions. 10th International Conference on Conversation Analysis, Mannheim, Germany.

Weatherall, A. & Maria Stubbe (2010). Affectivity, Affiliation and Alignment during Calls to a Dispute Resolution Service. 10th International Conference on Conversation Analysis, Mannheim, Germany.

Wilkinson, S. & Weatherall, A. (2009, November). Insertion Repair. Annual Convention of the National Communication Association, Chicago.

Weatherall, A. & Stubbe, M. (2009, July). Affectivity in complaint calls in institutional talk. 11th International Pragmatics Conference, Melbourne.

Weatherall, A. (2009, July). Invited discussant on The interactional practices of children in institutional settings. Panel organised by Susan Danby & Jakob Cromdal at the 11th International Pragmatics Conference, Melbourne.

Weatherall, A. (2008, November). Alerting what follows in a turn of talk as possibly problematic. The 6th Australasian Symposium on Conversation Analysis and Membership Categorisation Analysis. Brisbane, Australia.

Weatherall, A. (2008, July). Repairs of gendered person references. International Gender and Language Association Conference, Victoria University of Wellington.

Weatherall, A., & Wilkinson, S. (2008, September). A Study of Insertion Repairs. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Inaugural Conference University of Leeds, UK.

Weatherall, A. (2008, September). “I don’t know” as a practice for marking what follows as possibly problematic. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Inaugural Conference University of Leeds, UK.

Jackson, S. & Weatherall A. (2008, March). The “right to enjoy sex” and other (im)possibilities of school sex education. Annual Conference of the Society for Australasian Social Psychologists, Wellington.

Weatherall, A. (2008, March). “I don’t know” as a practice for marking what follows as possibly problematic. Annual Conference of the Society for Australasian Social Psychologists, Wellington.

Weatherall, A & Wilkinson, S. (2008, March). Insertion as Action: A conversation analytic study of “repairs” to talk. Annual Conference of the Society for Australasian Social Psychologists, Wellington.

Weatherall, A (2007, July). Questions with responses that begin “I don’t know”. International Pragmatics Association Conference, Göteberg, Sweden.

Weatherall, A (2007, May). “I don’t know I guess”: Indicating cause for inability accounts in response turns. Language Interaction and Social Organisation conference. University of California, Santa Barbara.

Weatherall, A. (2006, June). Communications technologies and family life. Families Commission Blue Skies Fund Seminar Programme, Wellington.

Butler, C. & Weatherall, A. (2006, May). Assessment in children’s play: A single case analysis. International Conference for Conversation Analysis, Helsinki, Finland.

Weatherall, A. (2005, April). “Hardout over rated”. Communicating norms of sexual health to youth. 34rd annual meeting of the Society for Australasian Social Psychologists, Townsville.

Weatherall, A. & Jackson, S. (2004, October). Communicating Norms of Sexual and Reproductive Health to youth. Sex Matters Conference (Family Planning Association), Wellington.

Weatherall, A. & Kalia, V. (2004, April). Narratives and gender in mother-daughter interactions. 33rd annual meeting of the Society for Australasian Social Psychologists, Auckland.

Weatherall, A. & Butler, C (2003, September) “No we’re not playing families”: Negation, categories and category membership in the organization of talk-in-play. BPS Social Psychology Section Conference, LSE, London, UK.

Weatherall, A. (2003, August). “I’m a vegetarian but not for ethical reasons”. A rhetorical approach to vegetarianism. International Conference of Critical Psychology. University of Bath, UK.

Weatherall, A. & Butler, C. (2003, April). “No we’re not playing families”: Negation and the organisation of talk-in-play. 32nd annual meeting of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists. Bondi, Australia.

Weatherall, A & Wilson, M. (2003, April). A Rhetorical approach to internet discussions on health and vegetarianism. 3rd conference of the International Society of Critical Health Psychology. Auckland.

Weatherall, A. (2002, July). Reproducing cultural discourses of gender and relationships. 8th International conference on Language and Social Psychology. City University of Hong Kong.

Weatherall, A. & Walton, M. (2001). Race categories in American children’s narratives of interpersonal conflict. Talking Race and prejudice: The Murdoch Symposium on Talk-in-interaction. Perth, Australia.

Weatherall, A. (2001). In sickness and in health: Gender, social support and ageing. A paper presented at the New Zealand Health Psychology Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Weatherall, A. (2000, September). All Work and no Play?: Rules and Regulations in the Intimate Relationship. A symposium organised (with C. Willig) for Understanding the Social World, 2. Huddersfield.

Bayard, D., Weatherall, A., Gallois, C. & Pittam, J. (2000). Pax Americana? Accent attitudinal evaluations in New Zealand, Australia, and America. A paper presented at the 7th International Conference for Language and Social Psychology, Cardiff.

Weatherall, A. (2000). Shifting from gender and language to gender and discourse. A paper presented at the 7th International Conference for Language and Social Psychology, Cardiff.

Weatherall, A. & Priestley, A. (2000). Promoting sex work as a legitimate industry – supporting or subverting gender inequality? A paper presented at the Narratives for a New Millenium Conference.

Bayard, D. & Weatherall, A. (1999). Identifying and evaluating NZE, AusE, NAm, and UK accents. A paper presented at the New Zealand Linguistics Society Conference, Palmerston North.

Gavey, N. & Weatherall, A. (1999). So, whose words are they anyway? A presentation at the Millennium World Conference in Critical Psychology, UWS Nepean, NSW, Australia.

Hilder, J., Holmes, J., Lane, C., Marra, M., Stubbe, M., Vine, B., Vine, E. & Weatherall, A. (1999). Multiple discourse analyses of a workplace interaction. A symposium presented at the New Zealand Linguistics Society Conference, Palmerston North.

Priestley, A. & Weatherall, A (1999). Ideological dilemmas in explanations of sex work. A paper presented at the annual New Zealand Women’s Studies Conference, Wellington, New Zealand.

Walton, M.D., Roberts, A. & Weatherall, A. (1999). Talking dirty: metaphorical construction of sexuality by New Zealand and US university students. Paper presented at the American Psychological Society Annual Convention, Denver.

Weatherall, A. (1999). Re-visioning gender and language research. A paper presented at the Wellington Gender and Language Symposium.

Weatherall, A. (1999). The metaphorical construction of sexual experience by New Zealand university students. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Social Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society, Lancaster, UK.

Ng, S.H., Weatherall, A., Liu, J.H. & Loong, C.F. (1998). Intergenerational relationships in European and Chinese New Zealand Families. A paper presented at the Ageing and Intergenerational Relations Conference, Wellington.

Weatherall, A. (1998). Australasian attitudes towards Australasian accents. A paper presented at the New Zealand Language and Society Conference, Wellington.

Weatherall, A. (1998). The metaphorical construction of sexual experience by a sample of NZ university students. A paper presented at the Conference of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists, Christchurch.

Weatherall, A. (1997). The teaching/research nexus: Opportunities for feminist methodological innovation? A paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Chicago.

Weatherall, A. (1997). Re-visioning gender and language research. A paper presented at the American Psychological Association annual Conference, Chicago.

Weatherall, A., Ng, S.H., Liu, J.H. & Loong, C.F. (1997). Experiences of intergenerational communication in New Zealanders of Chinese Descent. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of Australasian Social Psychologists, Wollongong.

Ng, S.H., Liu, J.H., Weatherall, A. & Loong, C.F. (1996). Old age stereotypes and intergenerational relationships among Wellington Chinese: Coping with language and cultural changes. A paper presented at The Rediscovering the Elderly Conference, Wellington.

Weatherall, A. (1996). Gendered interactive speech styles in children - Where's the difference? A paper presented at the Conference of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists, Canberra.

Weatherall, A. (1996). Gendered speech styles. A paper presented at the Feminism and Post-modernism Conference. Jointly sponsored by Faculty of Education and Department of Psychology, VUW.

Weatherall, A. (1995). Feminist psychology and the study of sex differences. A paper presented at the Feminism/post modernism/post feminism conference, Palmerston North.

Weatherall, A. (1994). Gender differentiation in language. A paper presented at the 5th International Conference on Language and Social Psychology, Brisbane.

Weatherall, A. (1994). Gender in language. A paper presented at the Annual Conference of the New Zealand Psychological Society, Hamilton.

Weatherall, A. (1994). Addressing and referencing women and men: An example from popular culture. A paper presented at the Language and Social Psychology Symposium, Department of Psychology, VUW.

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