Publications

On this page, we aim to list selected publications that ASFLA members and other Australia-based SFL scholars have published, in which they apply and develop SFL theory. This list is necessarily incomplete and is not attempting to be representative of all SFL research.

International bibiolographies of SFL research can be found on our links page.

By way of kick-starting this page, we present here selected publications from the current ASFLA Committee.

Brown, R., Butow, P., Butt, D.G., Moore, A.R., and Tattersall, M.H. (2004) Developing ethical strategies to assist oncologists in seeking informed consent to cancer clinical trials. Social Science & Medicine 58: 379-390.

Butt, D.G., Henderson-Brooks, C., Moore, A., Meares, R., Haliburn, J., Korner, A. and Eyal, R. (2013) Challenges for stylistic method: from literary enquiry to mental health treatments – when two methods are at one. In F. Yan and J. Webster (Eds). Developing Systemic Functional Linguistics. London and New York: Equinox, pp. 298-322.

Butt, D., Moore, A. ND Cartmill, J. (2016) Transactions between Matter and Meaning: Surgical contexts and symbolic action. In S. White and J. Cartmill (Eds). Communication in Surgical Practice. London: Equinox, pp. 181-205.

Butt, D., Moore, A. and Henderson-Brooks, C. (2012) Discourse correlates of the Therapeutic Method and patient progress. In N. Russell Meares, J. Bendit, A. Haliburn, D. Korner, D. Mears and D. Butt (Eds). Borderline Personality Disorder & The Conversational Model – A Clinician’s Manual, New York: Norton, pp. 267-290.

Butt, D., Moore, A., Henderson-Brooks, Haliburn, J. and Meares, R.  (2010) Dissociation, relatedness, and ‘Cohesive Harmony’: A linguistic measure of degrees of ‘fragmentation’? Linguistics and the Human Sciences 3: 263-293.

Butt, D., Moore, A. and Tuckwell, K. (2013) The teleological illusion in linguistic ‘drift’: choice and purpose in semantic evolution. In Fontaine, L., Bartlett, T. and O’Grady, G. (Eds). Choice: Critical Considerations in Systemic Functional Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 101-140. (Hardback 2013, Paperback 2015).

Clayton, J., Hancock, K., Butow, P., Tattersall, M., Currow, D. … Moore, A. et al. (2007) Clinical practice guidelines for communicating prognosis and end-of-life issues with adults in the advanced stages of a life-limiting illness, and their caregivers. MJA 186: S76-S108.

Christie, F. and Dreyfus, S. (2007) Letting the secret out: mentoring successful writing in secondary English studies. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy 30(3): 235-247.

Doran, Y. J. (2016) Knowledge in Physics through Mathematics, Image and Language. PhD thesis, Department of Linguistics, the University of Sydney.

Doran, Y. J. (2017) The role of mathematics in physics: Building knowledge and describing the empirical world. Onomázein. Special issue on Systemic Functional Linguistics and Legitimation Code Theory. 46-76.

Doran, Y. J. (2018) The Discourse of Physics: Building knowledge through language, mathematics and image. London: Routledge.

Doran, Y. J. (in press) Intrinsic functionality in mathematics, metafunctions in Systemic Functional Semiotics. Semiotica.

Doran, Y. J. (in press) Building knowledge through images in physics. Visual Communication 18(2).

Dowse, L., Hogan, L., Dew, A., Wiese, M., Conway, P., Dreyfus, S., and Smith, L. (2017). Responding to Behaviour Needs in the Disability Services Future, Discussion Paper. Sydney: UNSW Sydney.

Dreyfus, S. (2008) A systemic functional approach to misunderstandings. Bridging Discourses: Online Proceedings of the Australian Systemic Functional Linguistics Association conference, July 2007, University of Wollongong.

Dreyfus, S. (2011) Grappling with a non-speech language: describing and theorising the nonverbal multimodal communication of a child with an intellectual disability. In S. Dreyfus, S. Hood and M. Stenglin (Eds). Semiotic Margins: Meaning in Multimodalities. London: Continuum.

Dreyfus, S. (2013) Life’s a bond: a framework for the communication of a non-verbal intellectually disabled teenager. Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders. London: Equinox (4)2: 249-271.

Dreyfus, S. (2013) Locating and Affiliating:  A framework for understanding the non-verbal multimodal communication of a young man with complex communication needs. AGOSCI in Focus, June, 35(1): 13-17.

Dreyfus, S. (2017) “Mum, the pot broke”: taking responsibility (or not) in language. Discourse & Society 28(4): 374-391.

Dreyfus, S. and Bennett, I. (2017) Circumstantiation: taking a broader look at circumstantial meaning. Functional Linguistics 4(5). Springer Open.

Dreyfus, S., Humphrey, S. and Macnaught, L. (2011) Understanding joint construction in the tertiary context. Linguistics and the Human Sciences. London: Equinox.

Dreyfus, S. and Jones, P. (2008) Making sense of place: further descriptions of Circumstance of location. Voices from around the World conference proceedings July 2008. Macquarie University, Sydney.

Dreyfus, S. and Jones, S. (2010) Ben Cousins: fallen hero or disgraced role model. In A. Mahboob and N. Knight (Eds). Appliable Linguistics: Texts, Contexts and Meanings. London: Continuum, pp. 114-129.

Dreyfus, S.J. and Jones, P. (2011) Mapping place: further delicacy in circumstantiation. In F. Yan (Ed). Explorations in the Theory and Application of Systemic Functional Linguistics. Beijing: Higher Education Press of China.

Dreyfus, S. and Macnaught, L. (2013) Joint construction in the SLATE project. Linguistics and the Human Sciences, (special edition) 7: 77-99. London: Equinox.

Humphrey, S. and Dreyfus, S. (2012) Exploring the interpretive genre in Applied Linguistics. Indonesian Journal of Systemic Functional Linguistics 1(2): 156-174.

Humphrey, S., Martin, J. R., Dreyfus, S. and Mahboob, A. (2010) The 3×3: setting up a linguistic toolbox for teaching and assessing academic writing. In A. Mahboob and N. Knight (Eds). Appliable Linguistics: Texts, Contexts and Meanings.  London: Continuum. pp. 185-199.

Karimi, N., Moore, A., Lukin A., Walczak, A. and Butow, P. (in press) Life and death: consultations between oncologists and patients with advanced, incurable cancer. In Baklouti, A. and Fontaine, L. Perspectives from Systemic Functional Linguistics. London: Routledge.

Lobb, E., Butow, P., Moore, A., Barratt, A., Tucker, K., Gaff, C, Kirk, J., Dudding, T., Butt, D. (2006) Development of a communication aid to facilitate risk communication in consultations with women from high risk breast cancer families: a pilot study.  Journal of Genetic Counselling 15: 393-405.

Lukin, A., Moore, A., Herke, M., Wegener, R. and Wu, C. (2011) Halliday’s model of register revisited and explored. Linguistics and the Human Sciences 4(2): 187-243.

Mahboob, A., Dreyfus, S., Humphrey, S. and Martin, J. R. (2010) Appliable linguistics and English language teaching: the Scaffolding Literacy in Adult and Tertiary Environments (SLATE) project. In A. Mahboob and N. Knight (Eds). Appliable Linguistics: Texts, Contexts and Meanings. London: Continuum, pp. 25-43.

Martin, J. R. and Doran, Y. J. (eds) (2015) Grammatics. Volume 1 in Systemic Functional Linguistics: Critical Concepts in Linguistics. London: Routledge.

Martin, J. R. and Doran, Y. J. (eds) (2015) Grammatical Descriptions. Volume 2 in Systemic Functional Linguistics: Critical Concepts in Linguistics. London: Routledge.

Martin, J. R. and Doran, Y. J. (eds) (2015) Around Grammar: Phonology, Discourse Semantics and Multimodality. Volume 3 in Systemic Functional Linguistics: Critical Concepts in Linguistics. London: Routledge.

Martin, J. R. and Doran, Y. J. (eds) (2015) Context: Register and Genre. Volume 4 in Systemic Functional Linguistics: Critical Concepts in Linguistics. London: Routledge.

Martin, J. R. and Doran, Y. J. (eds) (2015) Language in Education. Volume 5 in Systemic Functional Linguistics: Critical Concepts in Linguistics. London: Routledge.

Martin, J.R. & Dreyfus, S. (2015) Scaffolding semogenesis: designing teacher/student interactions for face-to-face and on-line learning. In S. Starc, A. Maiorani, and C. Jones (Eds). Meaning-making Processes in Text.  London: Palgrave.

Maton, K. and Doran, Y. J. (2017) Semantic density: A translation device for revealing complexity of knowledge practices in discourse, Part 1 – Wording. Onomázein. Special issue on Systemic Functional Linguistics and Legitimation Code Theory, 46-76.

Maton, K. and Doran, Y. J. (2017) Condensation: A translation device for revealing complexity of knowledge practices in discourse, Part 2 – Clausing and Sequencing. Onomázein. Special issue on Systemic Functional Linguistics and Legitimation Code Theory,  77-110.

Maton, K. and Doran, Y. J. (2017) SFL and code theory. In T. Bartlett and G. O’Grady (Eds). The Routledge Handbook of Systemic Functional Linguistics. London: Routledge, pp. 605-618.

Moore, A. (2005) Modelling agency in HIV decision-making. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics.  Special Edition S19: 103-122.

Moore, A. (2014) That could be me: Identity and identification in discourses about food, meat, and animal welfare. Linguistics and the Human Sciences 9(1): 59-93. Special Issue on Identity, Edited by Alexanne Don.

Moore, A. (2015) Can semantic networks capture intra- and inter-registerial variation? Palliative care discourse interrogates Hasan’s message semantics.  In W. Bowcher and J. Y. Liang (Eds).  Society in Language, Language in Society: Essays in Honour of Ruqaiya Hasan, London: Palgrave, pp. 83-114.

Moore, A. (2016) Lovers, wrestlers, surgeons: a contextually sensitive approach to modelling body alignment and interpersonal engagement in surgical teams. In S. White and J. Cartmill (Eds). Communication in Surgical Practice. London: Equinox, pp. 257-285.

Moore, A. (2017) Register analysis and message semantics.  In T. Bartlett and G. O’Grady (Eds). Routledge Handbook of Systemic Functional Linguistics. London: Routledge.

Moore, A. (in press) Language and medicine. In G. Thompson, W. Bowcher, L. Fontaine and J. Liang. Cambridge Handbook of Systemic Functional Linguistics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Moore, A., Butt D., Ellis-Clarke J. and Cartmill, J., (2010) Linguistic analysis of verbal and non-verbal communication in the operating theatre. ANZ Journal of Surgery 80: 925-929.

Moore, A., Candlin, C.N., and Plum, G.A. (2001) Making sense of HIV-related Viral Load: one expert or two? Culture Health and Sexuality 3: 229-250.

Moore, A. and Grossman, J.  (2003) Exploring the meaning of “Assignments of meaning in epidemiology”.  In I. Kerridge, C. Jordens and E.-J Sayers (Eds). Restoring Humane Values to Medicine: A Miles Little Reader. Annandale: Desert Pea Press, pp. 99-102.

Moore, A. and Tuckwell, K. (2006) A tenorless genre? Forensic generic profiling of workers’ compensation dispute resolution discourse. Linguistics and the Human Sciences 2(2): 205-232. Special issue on genre.

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