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Lutz, C., & Abu-Lughod, L. (Eds.). (1990). Language and the politics of emotion. Cambridge England New York Paris: Cambridge University Press Editions de la maison des sciences de l'homme. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 2735103684 (paperback France only)][Sociolinguistics][Emotions][Discourse analysis]]]
Lutz, C., Abu-Lughod, L., & American Anthropological Association. (Eds.). (1990). Language and the politics of emotion. Cambridge England New York Paris: Cambridge University Press Editions de la maison des sciences de l'homme. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 0521388686 (paperback)][Sociolinguistics][Emotions][Discourse analysis][Sociolinguistique][Analyse du discours][Émotions]]]
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Lutz, C. A., & Abu-Lughod, L. (Eds.). (1990). Language and the politics of emotion. Paris,France: Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme. [[examines, in cross-cultural contexts, the relation of emotion & the politics of everyday interaction][studies of emotion & emotional discourse in song, poetry, & relationships][Emotions][Sociolinguistics][Verbal Communication]]
Mageo, J. M. (1991). Samoan moral discourse and the Loto. American Anthropologist, 93 (2), 405-420. [[[structuring emotion and behavior and identity in childrearing practice of socialization] [Samoa]]]

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Marsh, K., & Musson, G. (2008). Men at work and at home: Managing emotion in telework. Gender Work and Organization, 15(1), 31-48. [[[fatherhood; emotion; telework; identity; masculinity; organization; identities; discourse; career; gender; management; women's studies]]]

Maschler, Y., & Dori-Hacohen, G. (2012). From sequential to affective discourse marker: Hebrew nu on Israeli political phone-in radio programs. Discourse Studies, 14(4), 419-455. [[[affect; discourse markers; emotion; grammaticization; hebrew conversation; interactional sociolinguistics; israeli phone-in radio talk; key; minimal responses; stance; urging tokens; conversation; question; english; communication]]]
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Mease, J. J. (2012). Reconsidering Consultants' Strategic Use of the Business Case for Diversity. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 40(4), 384-402. [[[diversity; organizational communication; emotion work; tensional analysis; discourse analysis; organizations; emotion; work; communication]]]
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Nicolson, P. (1991). Explanations of Post Natal Depression: Structuring Knowledge of Female Psychology. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 25, 75-96. [[[Emotions] [Emotional Disturbances] [Discourse Analysis] [Medical Language]]]
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Nuyts, J. (1990). Emotions and the Functionality of Language. Grazer Linguistische Studien, 33-34, 227-240. [[[Discourse Analysis] [Emotion]]]
O'Hair, D., Cody, M. J., & Behnke, R. R. (1985). Communication Apprehension and Vocal Stress as Indices of Deception. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 49(4), 286-300. [[[Discourse Analysis] [Anxiety] [Emotion] [Speech Recognition by Machine]]]

Ochs, E., & Schieffelin, B. B. (1989). Language Has a Heart. Text, 9(1), 7-25. [[[Discourse Analysis] [Interpersonal Behavior] [Sociolinguistics] [Emotion]]]

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Ontai, L. L., & Thompson, R. A. (2002). Patterns of attachment and maternal discourse effects on children's emotion understanding from 3 to 5 years of age. Social Development, 11 (4), 433-450. [[[attachment security] [maternal discourse style] [children] [emotion understanding]]]
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Ornaghi, V., & Grazzani, I. (2013). The relationship between emotional-state language and emotion understanding: A study with school-age children. Cognition & Emotion, 27(2), 356-366. [[[emotional-state language; use and comprehension of the psychological lexicon; emotion understanding; theory of mind; mental states; mind; discourse; belief; talk; comprehension; psychology]]]
Pakosz, M. (1984). Contextual Considerations in the Semantic Analysis of Intonation. Journal of Pragmatics, 8(2), 169-181. [[[semantics] [intonation] [attitudes] [meaning] [discourse analysis] [emotion] ]]

Pallares-Garcia, E. (2012). Narrated perception revisited: The case of Jane Austen's Emma. Language and Literature, 21(2), 170-188. [[[narrated perception; free indirect thought; consciousness; point of view; ambiguity; reliability; emotion; jane austen; emma; free indirect discourse; 'emma'; emotion; fiction; consciousness; language; impact; linguistics]]]

Pantti, M., & Husslage, K. (2009). Ordinary People and Emotional Expression in Dutch Public Service News. Javnost-the Public, 16(2), 77-94. [[[political communication; netherlands; discourse; age; communication]]]
Paoletti, I. (2012). The issue of conversationally constituted context and localization problems in emergency calls. Text & Talk, 32(2), 191-210. [[[localization problems; context; emergency calls; direction giving; discourse analysis; ethnomethodology; social-interaction; workplace; organization; technology; emotion; talk; work; communication; linguistics]]]
Park, J. H., Foster, R., & Cheng, S. (2009). Language used by Korean and Korean American children to describe emotional reactions to illness and hospitalization. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 20 (2), 176-186.[[[Lg: English] [children's emotional responses][illness][hospitalization][Korean American children][linguistically appropriate care][Discourse Analysis][Emotional Responses][Korean Cultural Groups][Language][Physical Disorders]]]
Pasupathi, M., Weeks, T., & Rice, C. (2006). Reflecting on life - Remembering as a major process in adult development. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 25(3), 244-263. [[[adult development; lifespan development; narrative; discourse; self; memory; life story; autobiographical memory; older-adults; socioemotional selectivity; social construction; young-adults; nursing-home; span theory; reminiscence; self; story; applied

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