Two traditions of interaction research
Foxes, green fields and Britishness: On the rhetorical construction of place and national identity
The antecedents of identification: A rhetorical analysis of British Muslim activists' constructions of community and identity
Social identity, self-evaluation and in-group bias: The relative importance of particular domains of self-esteem to the in-group
Political identity and the Third Way: Some social-psychological implications of the current anti-ideological turn
Women's collective constructions of embodied practices through memory work: Cartesian dualism in memories of sweating and pain
Combining individuality and relatedness: Representations of the person among the Anglican clergy
Surfing the money tides: Understanding the foreign exchange market through metaphors