Linda Walz
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Teaching and Administration

Modules taught within BA (Hons) English Language and Linguistics

Language and Society (level 4)

Child Language Acquisition (level 5)

Language: Gender and Sexuality (level 5)

Skills for TESOL (level 6)

Bilingualism and Multilingualism (level 6)

Language Dissertation (level 6)

 

Service

Programme Co-ordinator English Language and Linguistics

Member of the SCBL Research Ethics and Integrity Sub Committee

Research interests

Dr Linda Walz conducts research on the linguistic construction of identity and on aspects of social interaction, drawing on discourse analysis and membership categorisation analysis. She is particularly interested in exploring experiences and situations of transition in face-to-face and online settings. Her doctoral thesis analysed the linguistic construction of identity in ‘expatriate blogs’ through the lens of tactics of intersubjectivity and membership categories.

Current research projects include: Identifying good practices through the investigation of authentic recordings of viva voce examinations; The Language of misogyny in morning TV shows; Accountability of public conduct on social media; Accusations of ‘mansplaining’ in social interaction.

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, University of Leeds

Award Date: 30 Jul 2018

Master of Arts, University of Basel

Award Date: 10 Jan 2012

Bachelor of Arts, University of Basel

Award Date: 23 Jul 2008

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