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Dr Jo Angouri

 

Title   

Associate Professor
 

Contact   

Centre for Applied Linguistics
University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL
Tel: +44(0)24 7615 1811
Email: J.Angouri@warwick.ac.uk
WebLink: http://warwick.academia.edu/JoAngouri

Research Interests

My research sits at the interface of sociolinguistics, pragmatics and discourse analysis. I am interested in the analysis of interaction and the relationship between language, culture and identity. Much of my work has focused on professional discourse and I have carried out research in a range of corporate, academic and health care settings. I have published work on identity, culture, multilingualism, language policy and language use. My ongoing research includes a multidisciplinary project on hospital emergencies (focusing on teamwork and leadership), work on patient identities and the comparative analysis of workplace talk (focusing on the discourse in business meetings). I have recently started a new project on representations of the financial crisis in every day discourses (with Professor Ruth Wodak) and I am involved in work on discourses of care focusing on the meaning of dementia identities.

Biography

Before joining the Centre for Applied Linguistics Jo was a Senior Lecturer at the Bristol Centre for Linguistics (BCL). Jo is an experienced researcher and has carried out fieldwork in a range of professional and health care settings in different countries in Europe. She has worked in EU and UK funded research projects and has published in specialist and wide readership journals and edited collections.

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