Discourse, New Media and Youth



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Discourse, New Media and Youth

Teun A. van Dijk

March 4, 2012
Abbeduto, L., Weissman, M. D., & Short Meyerson, K. (1999). Parental scaffolding of the discourse of children and adolescents with intellectual disability: The case of referential expressions. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 43 (6), 540-557. [[[extent and effectiveness and adjustment to level of child competence of parental scaffolding of dyadic referential discourse] [9.0-21.9 yr olds with intellectual disability and their parents]]]
Adams, N. G. (2005). Fighters and Cheerleaders: Disrupting the Discourse of 'Girl Power' in the New Millennium. In: P. J. Bettis, & N. G. Adams (Eds.), Geographies of girlhood identities in-between. (pp. 101-113). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers [[[Lg: English ] [Girl Power ][female empowerment ][cheerleading ][fighting ][cross cultural differences ][middle school girls ][Cross Cultural Differences][Empowerment][Middle Schools][Sports ]]]
Addison, J., & McGee, S. J. (Eds.). (1999). Feminist empirical research. Emerging perspectives on qualitative and teacher research. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers. [[[b][English language][Academic writing] [Scientific discourse][English teachers][Women][Feminism and education][Women teachers]]]
Ajiboye, T. (1992). Politeness Marking in Yoruba and Yoruba Learners of French. Language Learning Journal, 6, 83-86. [[[Discourse Analysis] [Politeness] [Yoruba] [Cultural Factors] [Transfer Learning] [French] [Pronouns] ]]
Alessi, N. E., & Alessi, V. A. (2008). New media and an ethics analysis model for child and adolescent psychiatry. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 17(1), 67-+. [[[psychiatry]]]
Allen, L. (2007). Denying the sexual subject: schools' regulation of student sexuality. British Educational Research Journal, 33(2), 221-234. [[[education; discourse; boys; education & educational research]]]
Alloway, N., & Dalley-Trim, L. (2009). It's all about 'I': Gen Ys and neoliberal discourse in 'new times'. Youth Studies Australia, 28(1), 51-56. [Lg: English]
Alves, J. (1991). The Social Construction of Subjectivity through Narrative Discourse: The Case of Urban, Working-Class, Portuguese Boys (Volumes I and Ii). Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 52(1), 149-3 [[[ip,se Analysis] [Portuguese] [Males] [Language Culture Relationship] [Child Language] [Ethnographic Linguistics] ]]
Anderson, A. H., Bader, M., Bard, E. G., Boyle, E., Doherty, G., Garrod, S., Isard, S., Kowtko, J., McAllister, J., Miller, J., Sotillo, C., Thompson, H. S., & Weinert, R. (1991). The Hcrc Map Task Corpus. Language and Speech, 34(4), 351-366. [[[a & Colguage] [Discourse Analysis] [Dyadic Interaction] ]]
Anderson, A. H., & Boyle, E. A. (1994). Forms of Introduction in Dialogs: Their Discourse Contexts and Communicative Consequences. Language and Cognitive Processes, 9(1), 101-122.
Anderson, A. H., & Boyle, E. A. (1994). Forms of introduction in dialogues: Their discourse contexts and communicative consequences. Language and Cognitive Processes, 9 (1), 101-122. [[[form of introduction] [communicative outcome of dialog] [college students] [Scotland]]]
Androutsopoulos, J. K., & Georgakopoulou, A. (Eds.). (2003). Discourse constructions of youth identities. Amsterdam Philadelphia: J. Benjamins Pub. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 1588113558][Youth][Jeunesse][Discourse analysis][Analyse du discours][Identity (Psychology) in youth][Identité chez les jeunes]]]
Angst, L. I. (2001). The Sacrifice of a Schoolgirl: The 1995 Rape Case, Discourses of Power, and Womens Lives in Okinawa. Critical Asian Studies, 33(2), 243-266.
Archakis, A., & Lampropoulou, S. (2009). Talking different heterosexualities: the permissive, the normative and the moralistic perspective - evidence from Greek youth storytelling. Discourse & Society, 20(3), 307-326. [[[communities of practice; desire; gender; heteronormativity; heterosexuality; identity construction; morality; narrative analysis; positioning; language; identity; constructions; gender; communication; psychology, multidisciplinary; sociology]]]
Aronsson, K., & Cederborg, A. C. (1996). Coming of Age in Family Therapy Talk: Perspective Setting in Multiparty Problem Formulations. Discourse Processes, 21(2), 191-212. [[[interpersonal communication] [discourse analysis] [adolescents] [adult child interaction] [parents] [psychotherapy] [interpersonal behavior and communication] [communication in groups]]]
Arvizu, S. (2009). Creating alternative visions of Arab society: emerging youth publics in Cairo. Media Culture & Society, 31(3), 385-+. [[[civic publics; democratic media activism; middle east; new media; public sphere; youth publics; movement; activism; communication; sociology]]]
Ashcraft, C. (2006). Ready or not...? Teen sexuality and the troubling discourse of readiness. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 37(4), 328-346. [[[sexuality; virginity; schooling; youth identity; equity; culture; identity; girls; boys; anthropology; education & educational research]]]
Aukrust, V. G. (2008). Boys' and girls' conversational participation across four grade levels in Norwegian classrooms: taking the floor or being given the floor?. Gender and Education, 20(3), 237-252. [[[classroom conversation; conversational participation; grade level; teacher gender; pupil gender; turn allocation; communication patterns; gender; student; discourse; teacher; school; education & educational research]]]
Axelsson, A. S. (2010). Perpetual and personal: Swedish young adults and their use of mobile phones. New Media & Society, 12(1), 35-54. [[[apparatgeist; culture; life stage; mobile phone; sweden; texting; young adults; youth; communication]]]
Azzarito, L., & Solmon, M. (2009). An investigation of students' embodied discourses in physical education: A gender project. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 28 (2), 173-191.[[[Lg: English] [students embodied discourses][physical education][youths participation][socioeducational scrutiny][physical activity][gender social construction][Human Sex Differences][Participation][Physical Activity][Physical Education][Student Attitudes]]]
Baker, J. (2010). Great expectations and post-feminist accountability: young women living up to the 'successful girls' discourse. Gender and Education, 22(1), 1-15. [[[girls; young women; education; choice; neoliberalism; post-feminism; gender equality; choice; education & educational research]]]
Ball, A. F. (1992). Organizational Patterns in the Oral and Written Expository Language of African-American Adolescents. Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 52(9), 3163-4. [[[Black Americans] [Adolescents] [Spoken Written Language Relationship] [Language Use] [Discourse Analysis] [Language of Instruction]]]
Ball, A. F. (1992). The Discourse of Power and Solidarity: Language Features of African American Females and a Male Program Leader in a Neighborhood-Based Youth Dance Program; Proc. of 2nd Berkeley Women & Lang. Conf., Apr. 4 & 5, 1992. In K. Hall, M. Bucholtz, & B. Moonwomon (Eds.), Locating Power, I & II. (pp. 23-35). Berkeley: Berkeley Women & Lang. Group. [[[English language Modern] [pragmatics] [role of power] [solidarity] [in negotiation] [by African Americans] [ethnolinguistic approach]]]
Ballenger, B. P., & Varner, W. (1999). Beyond note cards. Rethinking the freshman research paper. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers. [[[b][Report writing][Research][Academic writing] [Scientific discourse][English language]]]
Balsera, M. R. (2011). Does the human capital discourse promote or hinder the right to education? The case of girls, orphans and vulnerable children in Rwanda. Journal of International Development, 23(2), 274-287. [Lg: English][[[[Commodification] [Human capital] [Neoliberal governmentality] [Right to education] [Rwanda] ]]]
Barnes, C. (2011). A discourse of disparagement Boys' talk about girls in school. Young, 19(1), 5-23. [[[hegemonic masculinity; masculinities; boys' talk; gender; group interviewing; masculinities; education; social sciences, interdisciplinary; sociology]]]
Barton, A. C., & Tan, E. (2009). Funds of Knowledge and Discourses and Hybrid Space. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 46(1), 50-73. [[[sociocultural issues; urban education; middle school science; discursive identity; elementary-school; science; literacy; students; girls; education & educational research]]]
Barton, A. C., & Tan, E. (2010). We Be Burnin'! Agency, Identity, and Science Learning. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 19(2), 187-229. [[[school science; mathematics; education; literacy; language; opportunities; discourse; classroom; students; girls; education & educational research; psychology, educational]]]
Barton, A. C., Tan, E., & Rivet, A. (2008). Creating hybrid spaces for engaging school science among urban middle school girls. American Educational Research Journal, 45(1), 68-103. [[[case study; girls; identity; science education; urban; african-american students; education; literacy; discourse; identity; ; education & educational research]]]
Barton, K. C., & McCully, A. W. (2010). "You Can Form Your Own Point of View": Internally Persuasive Discourse in Northern Ireland Students' Encounters With History. Teachers College Record, 112(1), 142-181. [[[israeli-arab conflict; adolescents perspectives; us history; narratives; holocaust; identity; education & educational research]]]
Bauer, I. (2008). 'They don't just come for Machu Picchu': locals' views of tourist-local sexual relationships in Cuzco, Peru. Culture Health & Sexuality, 10(6), 611-624. [[[tourist; sexual relations; bricherismo; peru; transmitted infections; competing discourses; beach boys; safe sex; behavior; romance; culture; holiday; context; women; family studies; social sciences, biomedical]]]
Baxter, J. (2002). Competing Discourses in the Classroom: A Poststructuralist Discourse Analysis of Girls and Boys Speech in Public Contexts. Discourse & Society, 13(6), 827-842.
Beach, R., Appleman, D., & Dorsey, S. (1990). Adolescents' use of intertextual links to understand literature. In Richard Beach, & Susan Hynds (Eds.), Developing discourse practices in adolescence and adulthood. Advances in discourse processes, Vol. 39. (pp. 224-245). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corp. [[[literature] [reading comprehension] [experience level] [junior high school students] [inference] [knowledge level] [individual differences] [adolescence]]]
Beaudoin, C. E., & Tao, C. C. (2008). Modeling the impact of online cancer resources on supporters of cancer patients. New Media & Society, 10(2), 321-344. [[[internet effects; online social capital; social capital; social capital and cancer; social capital and the internet; internet health-care; social support; computer-networks; media campaign; youth health; community; information; stress; women; life; com
Beaumont, S. L. (1995). Adolescent Girls' Conversations with Mothers and Friends: A Matter of Style. Discourse Processes, 20(1), 109-132. [[[Females] [Adolescents] [Conversation] [Parent Child Interaction] [Language Styles] [interpersonal behavior and communication] [interpersonal behavior and communication]]]
Berndt, L., Dickerson, V. C., & Zimmerman, J. L. (1997). Tales told out of school. In: Smith, Craig, & Nylund, David (Eds.), Narrative therapies with children and adolescents. New York, NY: Guilford Press. [[challenges to dominant discourses & metaphors of schooling & narrative approaches to mental health counseling in high schools, students & school personnel][Discourse Analysis][High Schools][Metaphor][Psychotherapeutic Counseling][Psychotherapeutic Techniques]]
Bhavnani, K. K. (1991). Talking politics: A psychological framing for views from youth in Britain. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [[[political attitudes] [unemployment] [social perception] [adolescents] [young adults] [great britain] [social interaction] [power] [b] [political discourse] [CDA]]]
Biklen, D., Morton, M. W., Saha, S. N., Duncan, J., Gold, D., Hardardottir, M., Karna, E., O'Connor, S., & Rao, S. (1991). "I Amn Not a Utistivc on thje Typ" ("I'm Not Autistic on the Typewriter"). Disability, Handicap and Society, 6(3), 161-180. [[[Autism] [Disorders] [Discourse Analysis] [Communicative Competence] [Adolescents] [Children]]]
Biocca, F. (2000). New Media Technology and Youth: Trends in the Evolution of New Media. Journal of Adolescent Health, 27(2), 22-29.
Bishop, W., & Ostrom, H. A. (Eds.). (1997). Genre and writing. Issues, arguments, alternatives. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook-Heinemann. [[[b][English language][Interdisciplinary approach in education][Academic writing] [Scientific discourse][Literary form]]]
Bishop, W., & Zemliansky, P. (Eds.). (2001). The subject is research. Processes and practices. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook Publishers. [[[b][Research][Academic writing] [Scientific discourse][Social sciences]]]
Blackburn, M. V. (2005). Agency in Borderland Discourses: Examining language use in a community center with Black queer youth. Teachers College Record, 107(1), 89-113.
Blatterer, H. (2007). Contemporary adulthood - Reconceptualizing an uncontested categoty. Current Sociology, 55(6), 771-792. [[[adolescence; adulthood; childhood; discourse; practices; recognition; youth; sociology]]]
Books, S. (1998). Speaking of and against youth. In: Books, Sue (Ed.), Invisible children in the society and its schools. (pp. 183-199). Mahwah, NJ, USA: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [[[public discourse on poor youth & young mothers & youth violence] [Adolescent Mothers; Poverty; Public Opinion; Violence; Adolescents; Children; Juvenile Delinquency]]
Bordonaro, L. I. (2009). "Culture Stops Development!": Bijago Youth and the Appropriation of Developmentalist Discourse in Guinea-Bissau. African Studies Review, 52(2), 69-92. [[[modernity; madagascar; anthropology; colonialism; history; area studies]]]
Boudreau, D. M., & Chapman, R. S. (2000). The relationship between event representation and linguistic skill in narratives of children and adolescents with Down syndrome. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 43(5), 1146-1159. [[[narrative; down syndrome; event representation; language; children; language-disordered children; story structure; discourse; comprehension; cohesion; competence; impairment; recall; linguistics; rehabilitation]]]
Boughtwood, D., & Halse, C. (2008). Ambivalent appetites: Dissonances in social and medical constructions of anorexia nervosa. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 18(4), 269-281. [[[anorexia nervosa; adolescent girls; inpatient treatment; discourse; food; physicality; follow-up; adolescents; experiences; psychology, social]]]
Boughtwood, D., & Halse, C. (2010). Other than obedient: Girls' constructions of doctors and treatment regimes for anorexia nervosa. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 20(2), 83-94. [Lg: English][[[[Adolescence] [Anorexia nervosa] [Discourse] [Doctors] [Girls] [Hospital] [Poststructuralism] [Therapeutic alliance] ]]]
Bourg, T. (1996). The role of emotion, empathy, and text structure in children's and adults' narrative text comprehension. In Roger J. Kreuz, & Mary Sue MacNealy (Eds.), Empirical approaches to literature and aesthetics. Advances in discourse processes, Vol. 52. (pp. 241-260). Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corp. [[[emotions] [empathy] [reading comprehension] [text structure] [cognitive processes] [children] [adolescents ]]]
Boyce, D. G., Eccleshall, R., & Geoghegan, V. (Eds.). (2001). Political discourse in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century Ireland. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire New York: Palgrave. [[[b][Lg: eng][ISBN: 0333712617][Political science][Political science]]]
Boyd, M., & Maloof, V. M. (2000). How teachers can build on student-proposed intertextual links to facilitate student talk in the ESL classroom. In: Hall, Joan Kelly, & Verplaetse, Lorrie Stoops (Eds.), Second and foreign language learning through classroom interaction. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers. [[classroom discourse & English as second language learning, Asian college students, US][Classroom Behavior][English as Second Language][Foreign Language Learning][Interpersonal Communic
Boyd, M., & Rubin, D. (2006). How contingent questioning promotes extended student talk: A function of display questions. Journal of Literacy Research, 38(2), 141-169. [[[classroom discourse; negotiation; text; education & educational research; psychology, educational]]]
Boyd, M. S. (2009). De-constructing Race and Identity in US Presidential Discourse: Barack Obama's Speech on Race. Atlantis: Revista de la Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos, 31(2), 75-94. [[[Lg: spa]]]
Boyd, N. M., & Angelique, H. (2002). Rekindling the discourse: Organization studies in community psychology. Journal of Community Psychology, 30 (4), 325-348. [[[community psychology] [organization studies] [organization constructs and theories] [social support] [empowerment] [stress] [coping] [sense of community]]]
Boyd-Barrett, O. (Ed.). (1994). Media texts, authors and readers a reader. Clevedon, England Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters in association with The Open University. [[[b] [Discourse analysis.; Mass media; Mass media and language.]]]
Boyd-Barrett, O., & Graddol, D. (Eds.). (1994). Media texts, authors and readers: A reader. Clevedon, England Philadelphia: Multilingual Matters in association with The Open University. [[[b] [Discourse analysis; Mass media; Mass media; Mass media and language]]]
Boyer, D. (2006). Conspiracy, history, and therapy at a Berlin Stammtisch. American Ethnologist, 33(3), 327-339. [[[politics of memory; knowledge; conspiracy theories; rumor; therapy; gossip; explanations; discourse; anthropology]]]
Boyer, D. (2010). On the ethics and practice of contemporary social theory: From crisis talk to multiattentional method. Dialectical Anthropology, 34(3), 305-324. [Lg: English][[[[Anthropology of knowledge] [Attention] [Crisis discourse] [Dilthey] [Ethics] [Para-ethnography] [Phenomenology] [Social life of theory] ]]]
Boyer, H. (1991). Le langage en spectacle. Une approche sociopragmatique. Paris: L'Harmattan. [[[b][Lg: fre][ISBN: 2738410855][Sociolinguistics][Rhetoric][Discourse analysis, Narrative]]]
Boyer, P. (1990). Tradition as truth and communication: A cognitive description of traditional discourse. Cambridge (England New York: Cambridge University Press. [[[b] [Intercultural communication; Cognition and culture; Language and culture]]]
Boyers, R. (2003). Thinking about evil (The discourse of evil). Raritan-a Quarterly Review, 23(2), 1-23.
Boyes, M., Giordano, R., & Pool, M. (1997). Internalization of social discourse: A Vygotskian account of the development of young children's theories of mind. In: B. D. Cox, & C. Lightfoot (Eds.), Sociogenetic perspectives on internalization. (pp. 189-202). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers [[[Lg: English ] [Vygotskian perspective on internalization & intersubjectivity & development of social-cognitive competence & task performance & theory of mind, preschool age children ][Cognitive Dev
Boykoff, M. T. (2008). The cultural politics of climate change discourse in UK tabloids. Political Geography, 27(5), 549-569. [[[climate change; media; united kingdom; discourse; newspapers; cultural politics; tabloids; class; geographies; scale; representation; knowledge; conflict; science; ; geography; political science]]]
Boykoff, M. T., Frame, D., & Randalls, S. (2010). Discursive stability meets climate instability: A critical exploration of the concept of 'climate stabilization' in contemporary climate policy. Global Environmental Change, 20(1), 53-64. [Lg: English][[[[Climate change] [Climate stabilization] [Discourse] [History of climate science] [Science-policy] ]]]
Boylan, T. A., & Foley, T. P. (1992). Political economy and colonial Ireland. The propagation and ideological function of economic discourse in the nineteenth century. London: Routledge. [[[b] [political discourse] [CDA]]]
Boyle, J. D., Fiese, R. K., & Zavac, N. (2001). A handbook for preparing graduate papers in music. Houston, TX: Halcyon Press. [[[b][Music][Academic writing] [Scientific discourse][Dissertations, Academic]]]
Boyle, M., & Hughes, G. (1991). The Politics of the Representation of the Real: Discourses from the Left on Glasgow Role as European City of Culture, 1990. Area, 23(3), 217-228. [[[political discourse] [CDA]]]
Boyne, R. (1991). The art of the body in the discourse of postmodernity. In: M. Featherstone, M. Hepworth, & B. S. Turner (Eds.), The body: Social process and cultural theory. (pp. 281-296). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc [[[Lg: English ] [examines certain facets of contemporary culture through the art work of Francis Bacon ][Culture (Anthropological)][Painting (Art)][Sociology ]]]
Boynton, G. R. (1991). When senators and publics meet at the Environmental Protection Subcommittee. Discourse & Society, 2, 131-156. [[[political discourse] [CDA]]]
Boys, S. K. (2010). Discourse on same sex marriage: A response to Kitzinger and Wilkinson. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 10(1), 97-105. [Lg: English]
Bradby, B. (2005). She told me what to say: The Beatles and girl-group discourse. Popular Music and Society, 28(3), 359-390.
Brandler, P. (1995). Youth, Streets, Violence: Discourse on Juvenile Criminal-Law. Kriminalistik, 49(12), 762-&.
Breheny, M., & Stephens, C. (2007). Irreconcilable differences: Health professionals' constructions of adolescence and motherhood. Social Science & Medicine, 64(1), 112-124. [[[new zealand; adolescent mothers; motherhood; adolescence health professionals; discourse analysis; teenage pregnancy; scientific literature; social support; childbearing; young; public, environmental & occupational health; social sciences, biomedical]]
Brown, A. L. (2009). 'O brotha where art thou?' Examining the ideological discourses of African American male teachers working with African American male students. Race Ethnicity and Education, 12(4), 473-493. [[[african american male teachers; african american males; social justice; nation language; education; pedagogy; race; perspectives; boys; education & educational research; ethnic studies]]]
Brown, J. D., Childers, K. W., Bauman, K. E., & Koch, G. G. (1990). The Influence of New Media and Family-Structure on Young Adolescents Television and Radio Use. Communication Research, 17(1), 65-82.
Buchstaller, I. (2006). Diagnostics of age-graded linguistic behaviour: The case of the quotative system. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 10(1), 3-30. [[[quotatives; apparent time; age grading; change in progress; adolescent trends; new-zealand english; sociolinguistics; globalization; discourse; say; go; applied linguistics]]]
Burns, M., & Gavey, N. (2004). 'Healthy weight' at what cost? 'Bulimia' and a discourse of weight control. Journal of Health Psychology, 9(4), 549-565. [[[bulimia; discourse; obesity; public health; weight control; women; public-health; eating disorders; care costs; obesity; psychology; women; adolescents; population; prevention; orlistat; psychology, clinical]]]
Calsamiglia-Blancafort, H. (1991). Funciones discursivas de los tiempos verbales en la narracion escrita por preadolescentes. (Discourse Functions of Tense in Narratives Written by Preadolescents). Dissertation Abstracts International, C: Worldwide, 52(4), 498-6. [[[Discourse Analysis] [Narrative Structure] [Text Structure] [Tense] [Children] [Functional Linguistics] [Story Grammar] [Creative Writing]]]
Camarena, P. M., Sarigiani, P. A., & Petersen, A. C. (1997). Adolescence, gender, and the development of mental health. In: Lieblich, Amia, & Josselson, Ruthellen (Eds.), The narrative study of lives. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. [[use of narratives to understand experience of psychological well-being, male vs female adolescents, 10 yr study][Discourse Analysis][Human Sex Differences][Life Experiences][Mental Health][Narratives]]
Caplan, R., Guthrie, D., & Foy, J. G. (1992). Communication deficits and formal thought disorder in schizophrenic children. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 31(1), 151-159. [[[educational discourse ]]]



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