Items where Author / Artist / Editor is "Shaw, Sylvia"
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Shaw, Sylvia (2015) Winning and losing the ‘battle for number 10’: a linguistic analysis of the Paxman vs Cameron/Miliband election interviews. UK Election Analysis 2015: Media, Voters and the Campaign . pp. 22-23. ISSN ISBN 978-1-910042-06-9 [e-book PDF]
Shaw, Sylvia (2011) 'I am not an Honourable Lady': gender and language in the National Assembly for Wales. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, 8 (3). pp. 275-294. ISSN 2040-3658
Shaw, Sylvia (2008) Too polite to fight? What happens when women enter the House? emagazine (42). pp. 37-38. ISSN 1464-3324
Shaw, Sylvia (2000) Gender, language and floor apportionment in political debates. Discourse and Society, 11 (3). pp. 401-418. ISSN 0957-9265
Shaw, Sylvia (2013) An ethnographic investigation into gender and language in the Northern Ireland Assembly. In: Multimodal Communication in Political Speech. Shaping Minds and Social Action: International Workshop, Political Speech 2010, Rome, Italy, November 10-12, 2010, revised selected papers. Poggi, Isabella and D'Errico, Francesca and Vincze, Laura and Vinciarelli, Alessandro, eds. Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (7688). Springer, pp. 39-53. ISBN 9783642415449
Shaw, Sylvia (2006) Governed by the rules? The female voice in parliamentary debates. In: Speaking out: the female voice in public contexts. Baxter, Judith, ed. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 81-102. ISBN 9781403994080
Shaw, Sylvia (1999) Demystifying the contents and construction of dictionaries. In: Language alive in the classroom. Wheeler, Rebecca, ed. Praeger, London, pp. 189-199. ISBN 0275960560
Conference or Workshop Item
Shaw, Sylvia (2012) Discourses of differentiation: gender and participation in the devolved parliaments of the UK. In: The Political Science Association (PSA) Women and Politics Bi-annual Conference 2012, 'Making a Difference for Women', 18th February 2012, University of Bristol and the West of England, Bristol.
Shaw, Sylvia (2011) New parliaments, new practices? An account of gender and language in the devolved parliaments of the UK. In: Parliamentary Discourses Across Cultures: Interdisciplinary Approaches, 23-24 Sep 2011, Bucharest, Romania.
Shaw, Sylvia (2011) The linguistic participation of women in the ‘new’ devolved assemblies of the UK: What can it tell us, and how can we measure it? In: Representing Women: Images, Discourses and Realities in Irish Political Life, 15th September 2011, Dublin City University, Dublin..
Shaw, Sylvia (2011) Speaking about speeches: interviews with women politicians about linguistic practices in UK parliamentary debates. In: The 12th International Pragmatics Conference (IPRA), 3-8th July 2011, Manchester University.
Shaw, Sylvia (2011) 'I am not an Honourable Lady': the construction of national and gendered identities in the National Assembly for Wales. In: The First Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice (ALAPP) Conference, 23-24 Jun 2011, Cardiff, Wales.
Shaw, Sylvia (2010) An ethnographic and linguistic investigation into the construction of an individual’s ‘unpopularity’ on the debating floor of the Northern Ireland Assembly. In: Political speech – Il parlato politico, November 9-11 2010, Rome, University Roma Tre.
Shaw, Sylvia (2009) The difference women make: a critique of the notion of a 'women's style' of speech in political contexts. In: 42nd Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL), 3 - 5th September 2009, Newcastle.
Shaw, Sylvia and Bajpai, Rochana and Finlayson, Alan (2008) Politics of performance: rhetoric and political speech. In: !st Annual Conference of Gendered Ritual and Ceremony in Parliament (GCRP), 23-24th October 2008, Warwick University.
Litosseliti, Lia and Angouri, Jo and Baxter, Judith and Mullany, Louise and Shaw, Sylvia Researching gender at work: possibilities and constraints. In: •IGALA 7, Seventh International Gender and Language Association Conference, 20-22 June 2012, UNISINOS, São Leopoldo, Brazil.
Shaw, Sylvia (2002) Language and gender in political debates in the House of Commons. PhD thesis, The Institute of Education, University of London.