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Dr Bróna Murphy
Lecturer in Language Education
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- Murphy, B., 2010
Corpus and Sociolinguistics: Investigating Age and Gender in Female Talk
Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
- Murphy, B. and Farr, F. 2012. ‘I’m fine girl, and how are you?’: the Use of Vocatives in Spoken Irish-English. In: Migge, B. and Ní Chiosáin, M. New Perspectives in Irish English. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 203-224
- Murphy, B. 2011. Gender, Discourse and Identity. In: Aijmer, K. and Andersen, G. (eds), Pragmatics of Society. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 53-78.
- Farr, F. and Murphy, B., 2009. 'for the love of God almighty... I'm a holy terror for turf'. Religious references in contemporary Irish English Journal of Intellectual Pragmatics, Vol. 6(4), pp. 535-559.
- Farr, F., Murphy, B. and O'Keeffe, A., 2003. Limerick Corpus of Irish-English: design, description and application. Teanga 21, Special Issue.
- Murphy, B. 2012. ‘Yeah, I’m listening’: Exploring Response Tokens in Irish English – A Multidisciplinary Approach: Integrating Variational Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics and Corpus Linguistics. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 17(3): 325-348.
- Murphy, B., 2009. "She's a F**king ticket": the pragmatics of f**k in Irish English: an age and gender perspective Corpora 4(1), pp. 85-106.
- Murphy, B., 2001. Words, Words, Words - an advanced vocabulary and how to teach it. FELT (Forum for English Language Teachers) Journal.
This article was published on Oct 25, 2011