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Professor Srikant Sarangi

Overview

Professor Srikant Sarangi Position: Professor Email: Sarangi@cf.ac.uk
Telephone: +44(0)29 208 76073
Extension: 76073
Location: John Percival Building, Colum Drive, Cathays, Cardiff

Research Group

Health Communication Research Centre

Research Interests

Discourse analysis and applied linguistics; Language and identity in public life; institutional and professional discourse (e.g., health, social welfare, bureaucracy, education etc.); quality of life and risk communication in genetic counselling, HIV/AIDS, telemedicine, general practice and palliative care; intercultural pragmatics; racism and ethnicity in multicultural societies.

Selected Publications

Sarangi, S. and Slembrouck, S. (1996) Language, Bureaucracy and Social Control. London: Longman.

Sarangi, S. and Roberts, C. eds., (1999) Talk, Work and Institutional Order: Discourse in Medical, Mediation and Management Settings. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Sarangi, S. and Coulthard, M. eds., (2000) Discourse and Social Life. London: Pearson.

Coupland, N., Sarangi, S. and Candlin, C. N. eds., (2001) Sociolinguistics and Social Theory. London: Pearson.

Sarangi, S. and Candlin, C. N. eds. (2003) Categorisation and Explanation of Risk: A Discourse Analytical Perspective. Special issue of Health, Risk & Society 5, 2, 115-228.

Hall, C., Slembrouck, S. and Sarangi, S. (2006) Language Practice in Social Work: Categorisation and Accountability in Child Welfare. London: Routledge.

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Publications

BOOKS

Sarangi, S. and Slembrouck, S. (1996) Language, Bureaucracy and Social Control. London: Longman.

Sarangi, S. and Roberts, C. (eds.) (1999) Talk, Work and Institutional Order: Discourse in Medical, Mediation and Management Settings. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.

Sarangi, S. and Coulthard, M. (eds.) (2000) Discourse and Social Life. London: Pearson.

Coupland, N., Sarangi, S. and Candlin, C. N. (eds.) (2001) Sociolinguistics and Social Theory. London: Pearson.

Sarangi, S. and van Leeuwen, T. (eds.) (2003) Applied Linguistics and Communities of Practice. London: Continuum.

Hall, C., Slembrouck, S. and Sarangi, S. (2006) Language Practices in Social Work: Categorisation and Accountability in Child Welfare. London: Routledge.

Garzone, G. and Sarangi, S. (eds.) (2007) Discourse, Ideology and Ethics in Specialised Communication. Berne: Peter Lang.

Candlin, C. N. and Sarangi, S. (eds.) (2011) Handbook of Communication in Organisations and Professions. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Arribas‐Ayllon, M., Sarangi, S. and Clarke, A. (2011) Genetic Testing: Accounts of Autonomy, Responsibility and Blame. London: Routledge.

Sarangi, S., Polese, V. and Caliendo, G. (eds.) (2011) Genre(s) on the Move: Hybridisation and Discourse Change in Specialised Communication. Napoli: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane (ESI)

BOOKS IN PREPARATION

Sarangi, S. (ed.) Interpreter Mediated Healthcare Consultations. London: Equinox. Sarangi, S. and P. Linell (eds.) Team Talk: Decision‐Making across the Boundaries inHealth and Social Care Professions. London: Equinox.

JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUES

Sarangi, S. and Baynham, M. (eds.) (1996) Discursive Construction of Educational

Identities. Special issue of Language and Education 10, 2/3, 77‐220.

Sarangi, S. (ed.) (1998) Metacommunication in Instructional Settings. Special issue of Language Awareness 7, 2/3, 63‐158.

Linell, P. and Sarangi, S. (eds.) (1998) Discourse Across Professional Boundaries. Special issue of Text 18, 2, 143‐318.

Sarangi, S. and Candlin, C. N. (eds.) (2003) Categorisation and Explanation of Risk:

A Discourse Analytical Perspective. Special issue of Health, Risk & Society 5, 2, 115‐228.

Sarangi, S. and Candlin, C. N. (eds.) (2003) Researching and reporting the discourses of workplace practice. Special issue of Applied Linguistics 24, 3, 271-394.

Wynn, R. and Sarangi, S. (eds.) (forthcoming) Telemedicine and the provider‐patient relationship. Communication & Medicine.

JOURNAL ARTICLES/BOOK CHAPTERS/EDITORIALS etc. [Organised along thematic areas]

[a] DISCOURSE IN INSTITUTIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL SETTINGS Sarangi, S. and Candlin, C. N. (2003) Editorial: Categorisation and Explanation of

Risk: A Discourse Analytical Perspective. Special issue of Health, Risk & Society 5,2, 115‐124.

Sarangi, S. and Roberts, C. (1999) The dynamics of interactional and institutional orders in work‐related settings. In S. Sarangi and C. Roberts (eds.) 1‐57.

Sarangi, S. and Slembrouck, S. (1992) Non‐cooperation in communication: a reassessment of Gricean pragmatics. Journal of Pragmatics 17, 117‐154.

Sarangi, S. and Slembrouck, S. (1997) Confrontational asymmetries in institutional discourse: a sociopragmatic view of information exchange and face management. In J. Blommaert and C. Bulcaen (eds.) Political Linguistics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 255‐275.

Sarangi, S. and Slembrouck, S. (1997) Cooperative rationality in public discourse: the case of welfare leaflets and citizen charters. In M. Maufort and J‐P van Noppen (eds.) Voices of Power. Liege: BAAHE, 19‐32.

Hall, C., Sarangi, S. and Slembrouck, S. (1997) Moral construction in social work discourse. In B. Gunnarsson, P. Linell and B. Nordberg (eds.) The Construction of Professional Discourse. London: Longman, 265‐291.

Hall, C., Sarangi, S. and Slembrouck, S. (1997) Silent and silenced voices: interactional construction of audience in social work talk. In A. Jaworski (ed.) Silence: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 181‐211.

Hall, C., Sarangi, S. and Slembrouck, S. (1997) Narrative transformation in child abuse reporting. Child Abuse Review 6, 272‐282.

Sarangi, S. (1998) Inter‐professional case construction in social work: the evidential status of information and its reportability. Special issue of Text 18, 2,241‐270.

Sarangi, S. (1998) Rethinking recontextualisation in professional discourse studies. Special issue of Text 18, 2, 301‐318.

Sarangi, S. (1996) Public discourse. In J. Verschueren, J‐O Östman, J. Blommaert and C. Bulcaen (eds.) Handbook of Pragmatics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1‐21. Republished in J. Zienkowski, J‐O Östman and J. Verschueren (eds.) (2011) Discursive Pragmatics. Amsterdam: john Benjamins, 248‐265.

Sarangi, S. (1998) Institutional language. In J. Mey (ed.) Concise Encyclopaedia of

Pragmatics. Oxford: Elsevier, 382‐386.

Sarangi, S. and Roberts, C. (1999) Discursive hybridity in medical work. In S. Sarangi and C. Roberts (eds.) Talk, Work and Institutional Order: Discourse in Medical, Mediation and Management Settings. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter,61‐74.

Roberts, C. and Sarangi, S. (1996) Language and its Potential for Indirect Discrimination: the MRCGP Oral Examination. Royal College of General Practitioners, London.

Roberts, C. and Sarangi, S. (1999) Negotiating and legitimating roles and identities. In S. Sarangi and C. Roberts (eds.) Talk, Work and Institutional Order: Discourse in

Medical, Mediation and Management Settings. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 227‐236.

Roberts, C. and Sarangi, S. (1999) Hybridity in gatekeeping discourse: issues of practical relevance for the researcher. In S. Sarangi and C. Roberts (eds.) Talk, Work and Institutional Order: Discourse in Medical, Mediation and Management Settings. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 473‐503.

Hall, C., Sarangi, S. and Slembrouck, S. (1999) The legitimation of the client and the profession in social work discourse. In S. Sarangi and C. Roberts (eds.) Talk, Work and Institutional Order: Discourse in Medical, Mediation and Management Settings. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 293‐322.

Hall, C., Sarangi, S. and Slembrouck, S. (1999) Speech representation and the categorisation of the client in social work discourse. Text 19, 4, 539‐570.

Sarangi, S. (2000) Activity types, discourse types and interactional hybridity: the case of genetic counselling. In S. Sarangi and M. Coulthard (eds.) Discourse and Social Life. London: Pearson, 1‐27.

Roberts, C., Sarangi, S., Southgate, L., Wakeford, R. and Wass, V. (2000) Oral examinations, equal opportunities and ethnicity: fairness issues in the MRCGP. British Medical Journal 320, 370‐375.

Sarangi, S. (2001) Interactional hybridity in gatekeeping discourse. In S. Cigada, S. Gilardoni and M. Matthey eds., Communicare in ambiente professionale plurilingue. Lugano: Universita della Svizzera Italiana, 47‐71.

Sarangi, S. (2001) On demarcating the space between `lay expertise’ and `expert laity’. Text 21, 1‐2, 3‐12.

Sarangi, S. (2001) Expert and lay formulation of `normality’ in genetic counselling. Bulletin Suisse de Linguistique Appliquee 74, 109‐127.

Sarangi, S. and Howell, L. (2001) Uncertainty management in genetic counselling for predictive testing. European Journal of Human Genetics 9, Supplement 1, 258.

Sarangi, S., Howell, L., Bennert, K., Clarke, A., Harper, P., and Gray, J. (2001) The negotiation of therapeutic frames in counselling for predictive genetic testing. Journal of Medical Genetics 38, Supplement 1, S23.

Sarangi, S., Howell, L., Bennert, K., Clarke, A., Harper, P., and Gray, J. (2002) The interactional framing of decision‐making and coping strategies in counselling for predictive testing for Huntington’s Disease. European Journal of Medical Genetics 10, Supplement 1, 307.

Sarangi, S. and Clarke A. (2002) Zones of expertise and the management of uncertainty in genetics risk communication. Research on Language and Social Interaction 35, 2, 139‐171.

Sarangi, S. and Clarke A. (2002) Constructing an account by contrast in counselling for childhood genetic testing. Social Science & Medicine 54, 295‐308.

Sarangi, S. (2002) The language of likelihood in genetic counselling discourse. Journal for Language and Social Psychology 21, 1, 7‐31.

Roberts, C. and Sarangi, S. (2002) Mapping and assessing medical students’ interactional involvement styles with patients. In K. Spelman‐Miller and P. Thompson eds. Unity and Diversity in Language Use. British Studies in Applied Linguistics 17. London: Continuum, 99‐117.

Roberts, C., Wass, V., Jones, R., Gillett, A. and Sarangi, S. (2003) Understanding communication in medicine: identification of components of communicative styles. Medical Education 37, 192‐201.

Roberts, C. and Sarangi, S. (2003) Uptake of discourse research in interprofessional settings: reporting from medical consultancy. Applied Linguistics 24, 3, 338‐359.

Sarangi, S., Bennert, K., Howell, L. and Clarke A. (2003) `Relatively speaking’: Relativisation of genetic risk in counselling for predictive testing. Health, Risk and Society 5, 2, 155‐169.

Sarangi, S., Clarke, A., Bennert, K. and Howell, L. (2003) Categorisation practices across professional boundaries: some analytic insights from genetic counselling. In S. Sarangi and T. van Leeuwen (eds.) Applied Linguistics and Communities of Practice. London: Continuum, 150‐168.

Sarangi, S., Bennert, K., Howell, L., Clarke, A., Harper, P., and Gray, J. (2004) Initiation of reflective frames in counselling for Huntington’s Disease predictive testing. Journal of Genetic Counselling 13, 2, 135‐155.

Sarangi, S., Bennert, K., Howell, L., Clarke, A., Harper, P., and Gray, J. (2005) (Mis)alignments in counselling for Huntington’s Disease predictive testing: Clients’ responses to reflective frames. Journal of Genetic Counselling, 14, 1, 29‐42.

Sarangi, S. (2006) Genetic counselling communication: a discourse analytic approach. In D. N. Cooper (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Life Sciences. Oxford: John Wiley& Sons, 1‐6.

Mooney, A. and Sarangi, S. (2003) Click here for health information/advice: interaction pathways via the NHS Direct Website. In Crivelli, B. and Rubinelli, S. (eds.) Televisione, stampa e internet tra medico e paziente, Numero speciale di Tribuna Medica Ticinese, 21‐27.

Mooney, A. and Sarangi, S. (2005) An ecological framing of HIV preventive intervention: a case study of non‐government organisational work in the developing world. Health 9, 3, 275‐296.

Räisänen, U., Bekkers, M., Boddington, P., Sarangi, S. and Clarke A. (2006) The causation of disease – the practical and ethical consequences of competing explanations. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. DOI 10.1007/s11019‐006‐9007‐5

Finlay, I. and Sarangi, S. (2006) Medical discourse, communication skills and terminally ill patients. In K. Brown (ed.) The Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics, 2nd edition, vol. 7. London: Elsevier, 665‐674.

Sarangi, S. and Brookes‐Howell, L. (2006) Recontextualising the familial lifeworld in genetic counselling case notes. In M. Gotti and F. Salagar‐Meyer (eds.) Advances in Medical Discourse Analysis: Oral and Written Contexts. Bern: Peter Lang, 197‐225.

Sarangi, S. (2005) The conditions and consequences of professional discourse studies. Journal of Applied Linguistics 2, 3, 371‐394. Also published in In R. Kiely, P. Rea‐Dickins, H. Woodfield and G. Clibbon (eds.) [2006], Language, Culture and Identity in Applied Linguistics. London: Equinox, 199‐220.

Sarangi, S. (2007) Other‐orientation in patient‐centred healthcare communication: unveiled ideology or discoursal ecology? In G. Garzone and S. Sarangi (eds.) Discourse, Ideology and Ethics in Specialised Communication. Bern: Peter Lang, 39‐71.

Sarangi, S. (2008) The micropolitics of disclosure, stigma and (dis)trust surrounding HIV/AIDS in India. In I. Markova and A. Gillespie (eds.) Trust and Distrust: Sociocultural Perspectives. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing, 153‐177.

Arribas‐Ayllon, M., Sarangi, S. and Clarke, A. (2008) Managing self‐responsibility through other‐oriented blame: Family accounts of genetic testing. Social Science & Medicine 66, 1521‐1532.

Arribas‐Ayllon, M., Sarangi, S. and Clarke, A. (2008) The micropolitics of responsibility vis‐à‐vis autonomy: Parental accounts of childhood genetic testing and (non)disclosure. Sociology of Health & Illness 30, 2, 255‐271.

Arribas‐Ayllon, M., Sarangi, S. and Clarke, A. (2009) Professional ambivalence: Accounts of ethical practice in childhood genetic testing. Journal of Genetic Counselling. DOI 10.1007/s10897‐008‐9201‐0

Snooks, H., Williams, A., Griffiths, L., Peconi, J., Rance, J., Snelgrove, S., Sarangi, S., Wainwright, P. and Cheung, W‐Y. (2008) Real nursing?: The development of telenursing. Journal of Advanced Nursing 61, 6, 631‐640.

Finn, M. and Sarangi S. (2008) Quality of life as a mode of governance: NGO talk of

HIV `positive’ health in India. Social Science & Medicine 66, 1568‐1578.

Finn, M. and Sarangi, S. (2009) Humanising HIV/AIDS and its (re)stigmatizing effects: ‘Positive’ speaking in India. Health 13, 1, 47‐65.

Finn, M. and Sarangi, S. (2010) Articulations of knowing: NGOs and HIV‐positive health in India. In C. Higgins and B. Norton (eds.) Language and AIDS. Multilingual Matters, 233‐251.

Saferstein, B. and Sarangi, S. (2010) Mediating modes of representation in understanding science: The case of genetic inheritance. In P. Prior and J. Hengst (eds.) Exploring Semiotic Remediation as Discourse Practice. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 156‐183.

Sarangi, S. (2010) Reconfiguring self/identity/status/role: The case of professional role performance in healthcare encounters. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice 7, 1, 75‐95. Also published in G. Garzone and J. Archibald and (eds.) (2010) Discourse, Identities and Roles in Specialized Communication, 33‐57. Bern: Peter Lang.

Sarangi, S. (2010) The spatial and temporal dimensions of reflective questions in genetic counselling. In A. Freed and S. Ehrlich (eds.) “Why Do You Ask?”: The Function of Questions in Institutional Discourse. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 235‐255.

Sarangi, S. (2010) Healthcare interaction as an expert communicative system: An activity analysis perspective. In J. Streeck (ed.) New Adventures in Language and Interaction. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 167‐197.

Sarangi, S. (2010) Professional values in interaction: Non‐directiveness, client‐ centredness and other‐orientation in genetic counselling. In S. Pattison, B. Hannigan, R. Pill and H. Thomas (eds.) Emerging Values in Healthcare: The Challenge for Professionals. London: Jessica Kingsley, 163‐185.

Sarangi, S. and Candlin, C. N. (2011) Professional and organisational practice: A discourse/communication perspective. In C. N. Candlin and S. Sarangi (eds.) Handbook of Communication in Organisations and Professions. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 3‐58.

Sarangi, S., Brookes‐Howell, L., Bennert, K. and Clarke, A. (2011) Psychological and sociomoral frames in genetic counselling for predictive testing. In C. N. Candlin and S. Sarangi (eds.) Handbook of Communication in Organisations and Professions. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 235‐257.

Clarke, A., Sarangi, S. and Verrier‐Jones, K. (2011) Voicing the lifeworld: Parental accounts of responsibility in genetic consultations for Polycystic Kidney Disease. Social Science & Medicine 72, 1743‐1751.

Arribas‐Ayllon, M., Sarangi, S. and Clarke, A. (2011) Promisory strategies of personalisation in the commercialisation of genomic knowledge. Communication & Medicine 8 (1).

Sarangi, S. (2011) Role hybridity in professional practice. In S. Sarangi, V. Polese

and G. Caliendo eds. Genre(s) on the Move: Hybridisation and Discourse Change in Specialised Communication. Napoli: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane (ESI),

Sarangi, S. (2004) Towards a communicative mentality in medical and healthcare practice. Communication & Medicine 1, 1, 1‐11.

Sarangi, S. (2004) Editorial. Communication & Medicine 1, 2, 105. Sarangi, S. (2005) Editorial. Communication & Medicine 2, 1, 1‐2.

Sarangi, S. (2005) Editorial: Interactional expertise in healthcare encounters. Communication & Medicine 2, 2, 103‐104.

Sarangi, S. (2006) Editorial. Communication & Medicine 3, 1, 1‐2. Sarangi, S. (2007) Editorial. Communication & Medicine 4, 1, 1‐2. Sarangi, S. (2007) Editorial. Communication & Medicine 4, 2, 129‐130. Sarangi, S. (2008) Editorial. Communication & Medicine 5, 1, 1‐2. Sarangi, S. (2008) Editorial. Communication & Medicine 5, 2, 103‐104. Sarangi, S. (2009) Editorial. Communication & Medicine 6, 1, 1‐2. Sarangi, S. (2009) Editorial. Communication & Medicine 6, 2, 106‐107. Sarangi, S. (2010) Editorial. Communication & Medicine 7, 1, 1‐2. Sarangi, S. (2010) Editorial. Communication & Medicine 7, 2, 93‐94. Sarangi, S. (2011) Editorial. Communication & Medicine 8, 1, 1‐2.

[b] DISCOURSE‐ORIENTED COMMUNICATION RESEARCH: THEORY AND METHOD

Sarangi, S. and Coulthard, M. (2000) Discourse as topic, resource and social practice: an introduction. In S. Sarangi and M. Coulthard (eds.) Discourse and Social Life. London: Pearson, xv‐xli.

Sarangi, S. (2003) Institutional, professional and lifeworld frames in interview talk. In H. van den Berg, M. Wetherell and H. Houtkoop (eds.) Analysing Race Talk: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Interview. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 64‐84.

Roberts, C. and Sarangi, S. (1999) Revisiting different analytic frameworks. In S. Sarangi and C. Roberts (eds.) Talk, Work and Institutional Order: Discourse in Medical, Mediation and Management Settings. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 389-400.

Sarangi, S. (2001) A comparative perspective on social‐theoretical accounts of language‐action interrelationship. In N. Coupland, S. Sarangi and C. N. Candlin (eds.) Sociolinguistics and Social Theory. London: Pearson, 29‐60.

Sarangi, S. (1987) Is there no alternative? A further look at data acquisition and data treatment within Human Communication Research. In: A. Littlejohn and M. Melouk (eds.) Research Methods and Processes. Lancaster: Lancaster University. 43 ‐54.

Sarangi, S. and Candlin, C. N. (2001) Motivational relevancies: some methodological reflections on social theoretical and sociolinguistic practice. In N. Coupland, S. Sarangi and C. N. Candlin (eds.) Sociolinguistics and Social Theory. London: Pearson, 350‐388.

Sarangi, S. (2002) Discourse practitioners as a community of interprofessional practice: some insights from health communication research. In C. N. Candlin (ed.) Research and Practice in Professional Discourse. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press, 95‐135.

Sarangi, S. (2004) Language/activity: observing and interpreting ritualized institutional discourse. In L. Filliettaz (ed.) Cahiers de Linguistique Française 26, special issue on "Les modèles du discours face au concept d'action". Geneva: Department of Linguistics, 135‐150.

Sarangi, S. (2005) Activity analysis in professional discourse settings: the framing of risk and responsibility in genetic counselling. Hermès 41, 111‐120.

Roberts, C. and Sarangi, S. (2005) Theme‐Oriented Discourse Analysis of medical encounters. Medical Education 39, 632‐640.

Sarangi, S. (2005) Social interaction, social theory and work‐related activities. Calidoscopio 3, 3, 160‐169.

Garzone, G. and Sarangi, S. (2007) Discourse, ideology and specialised communication: A critical introduction. In G. Garzone and S. Sarangi (eds.) Discourse, Ideology and Specialised Communication. Berne: Peter Lang, 9‐36.

Sarangi, S. (2007) The anatomy of interpretation: Coming to terms with the analyst’s paradox in professional discourse studies. Text & Talk 27, 5, 567‐584.

Sarangi, S. (2010) Practising discourse analysis in healthcare settings. In I. Bourgeault, R. DeVries and R. Dingwall (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Methods in Health Research. London: Sage, 397‐416.

Wilson, J. and Sarangi, S. (2000) Editorial. Text 20, 2, 147‐151.

Sarangi, S. (2002) Editorial: On conditions of work, employment, unemployment etc and the deployment of text/discourse analysis. Text 22, 3, 329‐336.

Sarangi, S. (2003) Editorial: Evaluating evaluative language. Text 23, 2, 165‐170.

Sarangi, S. (2004) Mediated interpretation of hybrid textual environments. Text 24, 3, 297‐301.

Sarangi, S. (2005) Editorial: Text & Talk. Text 25, 1, 1‐5.

Sarangi, S. (2005) Editorial: Texting and talking anniversaries. Text 25, 5, 555‐557.

Sarangi, S. (2006) Editorial: Post‐TEXT. Text & Talk 26, 1, 1‐2.

Sarangi, S. (2006) Editorial: Advances in family interaction studies. Text & Talk 26, 4‐5, 403‐405.

Sarangi, S. (2007) Editorial: The ritual of (not) making sense of unintelligibility. Text & Talk 27, 4, 395‐399.

Sarangi, S. (2008) Editorial: Narrative practice, competence and understanding. Text & Talk 28, 3, 271‐274.

Sarangi, S. (2008) Editorial: The edios of reading and the socio‐religious ethos. Text & Talk 28, 5, 551‐553.

Sarangi, S. (2009) Editorial: Hymes, text and talk. Text & Talk 29, 3, 239‐240. Sarangi, S. (2009) Editorial: Entextualising the institutional. Text & Talk 29, 5, 481‐483.

Sarangi, S. and Candlin, C. N. (2010) Editorial: Applied linguistics and professional practice: Mapping a future agenda. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice 7, 1, 1‐9.

Sarangi, S. (2011) Editorial: Contextualising Gumperz. Text & Talk 31, 4, 375‐380.

[c] CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES IN COMMUNICATION

Sarangi, S. (1995) Culture. In J. Verschueren, J‐O. Östman and J. Blommaert (eds.) Handbook of Pragmatics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 1‐30. Republished in G. Senft, J‐O Östman and J. Verschueren (eds.) (2009) Culture and Language Use. Handbook of Pragmatics Highlights, vol. 2. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 81‐104.

Sarangi, S. (1996) Conflation of institutional and cultural stereotyping in Asian migrants' discourse. Discourse & Society 7, 3, 359‐387.

Roberts, C. and Sarangi, S. (1993) `Culture' revisited in intercultural communication. In T. Boswood, R. Hoffman and P. Tung (eds.) Perspectives on English for Professional Communication. City University of Hong Kong, 43‐54.

Sarangi, S. (1994) Accounting for mismatches in intercultural selection interviews. Multilingua 13, 1‐2, 163‐194.

Sarangi, S. (1994) Intercultural or not? Beyond celebration of cultural differences in miscommunication analysis. Pragmatics 4, 3, 409‐427. Republished in Zhu Hua (ed.) (2011) The Language and Intercultural Communication Reader. London: Routledge, 261‐276.

Meeuwis, M. and Sarangi, S. (1994) Perspectives on intercultural communication: A critical reading. Pragmatics 4, 3, 309‐313.

Roberts, C. and Sarangi, S. (1995) But are they one of us?: Managing and evaluating identities in work‐related contexts. Multilingua 14, 4, 363‐390.

Sarangi, S. (1988) Selection interviews as activity‐type: an intercultural perspective. Lancaster Papers in Linguistics No. 56. Lancaster University.

Sarangi, S. and Roberts, C. (2002) Discoursal (mis)alignments in professional gatekeeping encounters. In C. Kramsch (ed.) Language Acquisition and Language Socialisation: Ecological Perspectives. London: Continuum, 197‐227.

Roberts, C., Sarangi, S. and Moss, B. (2004) Presentation of self and symptoms in primary care consultations involving patients from non‐English speaking backgrounds. Communication & Medicine 1, 2, 159‐169.

Roberts, C., Wass, V., Jones, R., Moss, B., Sarangi, S. (2005) Misunderstandings: a qualitative study of primary care consultations in multi‐lingual settings, and educational implications. Medical Education 39, 465‐475.

[d] APPLIED LINGUISTICS AND LANGUAGE EDUCATION

Candlin, C. N. and Sarangi, S. (2004) Making Applied Linguistics matter. Journal of

Applied Linguistics 1, 1, 1‐8.

Sarangi, S. and Candlin, C. N. (2004) Making methodology matter. Journal of

Applied Linguistics 1, 2, 101‐106.

Sarangi, S. and Candlin, C. N. (2004) Making inter‐relationality matter in applied linguistics. Journal of Applied Linguistics 1, 3, 225‐228.

Sarangi, S. and Candlin, C. N. (2003) Trading between reflexivity and relevance:

new challenges for applied linguistics. Applied Linguistics 24, 3, 271‐285.

Sarangi, S. and van Leeuwen, T. (2003) Applied linguistics and communities of practice: gaining commuality or losing disciplinary autonomy? In S. Sarangi and T. van Leeuwen (eds.) Applied Linguistics and Communities of Practice. London: Continuum, 1‐8.

Sarangi, S. and Baynham, M. (1996) Discursive construction of educational identities: alternative readings. Introduction to the special issue of Language and Education 10, 2/3, 77‐81.

Sarangi, S. (1996) Vocationally speaking: (Further) Educational construction of

`workplace identities'. Language and Education 10, 2/3, 201‐220.

Sarangi, S. (1998) Beyond language, beyond awareness: metacommunication in instructional settings. Special issue of Language Awareness 7, 2/3, 63‐68.

Sarangi, S. (1998) `I actually turn my back on [some] students’: the metacommunicative role of talk in classroom discourse. Language Awareness 7,

2/3, 90‐108.

Roberts, C. and Sarangi, S. (2001) `Like you're living two lives in one go’: negotiating different social conditions for classroom learning. In M. Heller and M. Martin‐Jones (eds.) Voices of Authority: Education and Linguistic Difference. Westport: Connecticut: Ablex, 172‐192.

Sarangi, S. (1990) Towards a socio‐cultural view of interlanguage‐in‐use. CIEFL Bulletin 2, 1, 13‐27.

Roberts, C., Garnett, C., Kapoor, S. and Sarangi, S. (1995) `Tuning in' in Further

Education multicultural classrooms. Language Issues 6, 2, 15‐19.

Roberts, C., Garnett, C., Kapoor, S. and Sarangi, S. (1992) Quality in Teaching and Learning: Four Multicultural Classrooms in Further Education. Sheffield: TEED, Department of Employment.

Gardner, D. and Sarangi, S. (1993) A Report on Students' Use of English. Singapore: National University of Singapore.

Sarangi, S. (1989) Interlanguage as code and interlanguage as behaviour: shifting approaches and changing assumptions. Lancaster Papers in Linguistics No. 63. Lancaster University.

Candlin, C. N. and Sarangi, S. (2001) Foreword to Multimodal Teaching and Learning: The Rhetorics of the Science Classroom, by G. Kress, C. Jewitt, J. Ogborn and C. Tsatsarelis in the Advances in Applied Linguistics Series. London: Continuum, xi‐xv.

Candlin, C. N. and Sarangi, S. (2002) Foreword to Language Acquisition and Language Socialisation: Ecological Perspectives, edited by C. Kramsch in the Advances in Applied Linguistics Series. London: Continuum, xi‐xiv.

Candlin, C. N. and Sarangi, S. (2003) Foreword to Metaphors in Educational Discourse, by L. Cameron in the Advances in Applied Linguistics Series. London: Continuum, vi‐x.

Candlin, C. N. and Sarangi, S. (2004) Foreword to Second Language Conversations, by R. Gardner and J. Wagner in the Advances in Applied Linguistics Series. London: Continuum, vii‐x.

Candlin, C. N. and Sarangi, S. (2004) Preface to Applied Linguistics as Social Science, by A. Sealey and B. Carter, in the Advances in Applied Linguistics Series. London: Continuum, xiii‐xv.

Candlin, C. N. and Sarangi, S. (2004) Preface to Worlds of Written Discourse: A Genre‐Based View, by V. K. Bhatia, in the Advances in Applied Linguistics Series. London: Continuum, ix‐xiii.

IN PRESS/UNDER REVIEW/IN PREPARATION

Sarangi, S. (in press) Owning responsible actions/selves: Role‐relational trajectories in counseling for childhood genetic testing. In J‐O Östman and A. Solin (eds.) Discourse and Responsibility in Professional Contexts. London: Equinox.

Thomassen, G., Sarangi, S. and Skolbekken, J‐A. (in press) Negotiating parental/familial responsibility in the context of genetic risk assessment. In J‐O Östman and A. Solin (eds.) Discourse and Responsibility in Professional Contexts. London: Equinox.

Sarangi, S. (in press) The intercultural complex in healthcare encounters: A discourse analytical perspective. In N. G. Patil (ed.) Making Sense in Communication. Hong Kong University Press.

Roberts, C., Sarangi, S. and Bekkers, M‐J. (forthcoming) Third party insurance? Role and alignment in interpreter and mediated primary care consultations. In S. Sarangi (ed.) Interpreter‐Mediated Healthcare Consultations. London: Equinox.

Thomassen, G. and Sarangi, S. (in preparation) Evidence‐based familial risk explanations in cancer genetic counselling.

Davies, D. and Sarangi, S. (under review) Shared decision or decision shared?: Interactional trajectories in Huntington's Disease management clinics.

Groth, K., Sarangi, S. and Bengt Isaksson, B. (in preparation) Division of expert labour in negotiating evidence in multi‐disciplinary gastrointestinal team meetings. To appear in S. Sarangi and P. Linell (eds.) Team Talk: Decision‐Making across the Boundaries in Health and Social Care Professions. London: Equinox.

Zayts, O., Schnurr, S. and Sarangi, S. (in preparation) Shared expertise in negotiating future actions in the genetics case conference. To appear in S. Sarangi and P. Linell (eds.) Team Talk: Decision‐Making across the Boundaries in Health and Social Care Professions. London: Equinox

Zayts, O. and Sarangi, S. (in preparation) Modes of explanations in telephone genetic counseling for G6PD deficiency. To be submitted to Journal of Genetic Counselling

Feilberg, J., Åm Vatn, G. And Saranhi, S. (in preparation) ‘Self’ and ‘others’: Accounts of role hybridity in relation to institutional values in a multidisciplinary workplace

Sarangi, S. (forthcoming) Applied linguistics and professional discourse studies. To appear in Veredas, Juiz de Fora (2012).

Sarangi, S. and Gilstad, H. (in preparation) Midwifery expertise in ultrasound technology in pregnancy care in South Africa. Hamilton H. E. and Wen‐ying S. C. (eds.) Handbook of Language and Health Communication. London: Routledge

Sarangi, S. and Butler, C. (in preparation) The burden of (non)treatment: Offline commentary during physical examination in primary care consultations

Hemmings, D., Sarangi, S. and Clarke, A. (in preparation) Polysemic scientific explanations and their rhetorical consequences: The life course of the fetal origins hypothesis.

Hemmings, D., Sarangi, S. and Clarke, A. (in preparation) Professional explanations and accounts: The causation of Type 2 Diabetes and Coronary Artery Disease.

Research

PROFESSOR SRIKANT SARANGI

Areas of research interest:


Language and identity in public life; institutional and professional discourse (e.g., health, social welfare, bureaucracy, education etc.); quality of life and risk communication in genetic counselling, HIV/AIDS, telemedicine, general practice and palliative care; intercultural pragmatics; racism and ethnicity in multicultural societies.  

Major research grants

 

Title: Research Programme on Language and Global Communication (2001-2006, with T. van Leeuwen, N. Coupland and A. Jaworski, The Leverhulme Trust). Specific activity involves as co-ordinator of the strand: Quality of Life and healthcare communication in a global community.
 
Title: Centre for the Study of the Economic and Social Aspects of Genomics (Cesagen, 2003-ongoing). Specific activity involves as co-director (with A. Clarke) of one of the four flagship projects entitled `Genetics, Health and Identity’.

Title: Communicative Frames in Counselling for Predictive Genetic Testing (February 2000-March 2004, The Wellcome Trust; with A. Clarke, P.S. Harper, R. Harper and J. Gray)

Title: Living with a Genetic Disorder: A biography of Ectodermal Dysplasia (February 2000 – January 2004, The Wellcome Trust; with A. Clarke and P.A. Atkinson)

Title: Explanation in Genetics: causality and accountability in complex disorders (January 2004 – December 2006, The Wellcome Trust; with A. Clarke, R. Chadwick and J. Kitzinger)

Host to Leverhulme Visiting Professorship (C. N. Candlin, October 2003 – April 2005)

 

Research projects completed between 1990-2000

 

Title: Patients with Limited English and Doctors in General Practice: Educational Issues (PLEDGE, March 2001 – November 2003, with C. Roberts, V. Wass and R. Jones, Sir Siegmund Warburg Voluntary Trust).

Title: Ethnicity and Intercultural Communication between Patients and Doctors: Implications for Undergraduate Education in London (with C. Roberts Aug 2000 – Dec 2001, King's Fund)

Title: Risk Communication in Genetics Counselling (Oct 1998 – June 2000, The Leverhulme Trust)

Title: Qualitative Data Analysis (1997-1999, Funding for Development of Teaching and Learning)

Title: Students’ Use of English (1990-1993, National University of Singapore)

Title: Quality in Teaching and Learning: Four Multicultural Classrooms in Further Education (1989-1990, Department of Education and Employment, UK)

 

Biography

Present Position: Professor in Language and Communication and Director, Health Communication Research Centre

Other affiliations: Professor in Language and Communication at Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim (Norway) (2009-2011); Honorary Professor, Faculty of Humanities, Aalborg University (Denmark) (2009-2014); Distinguished International Scholar, Indiana University Purdue University (IUPUI), Indianapolis (USA) (2009)

Educational Qualifications: BA (English Hons, Distn), MA (English & American Lit), PGCTE, PGDTE, MLitt (English Language Teaching, CIEFL), PhD (Linguistics, Lancaster).

Employment History: Reader (1999-2002), Senior Lecturer (1997-1999), Lecturer (1993-1997) at Cardiff University; English Language Specialist, National University of Singapore (1990-1993), Research Officer, Thames Valley University, London (1989-1990), Lecturer in English (1979-1989, in India).

Editorships, Consultancies and service to associations
 

Editor (since 1998) of TEXT & TALK, An Interdisciplinary Journal of Language, Discourse and Communication Studies (Formerly TEXT, Mouton de Guryter).
Founding Editor (beginning 2004) of Communication and Medicine (Equinox).
Founding Editor (beginning 2004, with C. N. Candlin) of Journal of Applied Linguistics (Equinox).
General Editor (with C. N. Candlin) of three Book Series: Studies in Applied Linguistics (Equinox); Studies in Language and Communication (Equinox); Communication in Organisations and Professions (Equinox)
Advisory Editor (with G. Kress, C. Roberts and G. White) of British Studies in Applied Linguistics (1997-2003).
Advisory Editorial Board member of Multilingua.
Advisory Editorial Board member of the book series[es] Studies in Pragmatics (Elsevier); Pragmatics and Beyond (John Benjamins); Linguistic Insights (Peter Lang).
Consultant Researcher (since 1995) at the Royal College of General Practitioners.
Publications Secretary (1997-2000 and 2001-2002) of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL).  Member-at-Large (1999-2002) in the Executive Board of the International Association of Applied Linguistics (AILA).
Academic Consultant to University of Malay and National University of Singapore.
Steering Committee member of the Communication Skills Unit, University of Wales College of Medicine.
Advisory Board Member of Health Care Communication Laboratory, Università della Svizzera Italiana, Lugano, Switzerland.
Advisory Board Member of the European Union Integrated Project (DYLAN), University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
External Member of Research Degrees Sub-Committee, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.
Chair and Panel Member, Academy of Finland, Research Council for Culture and Society (2009)
Co-ordinator of the Annual Interdisciplinary Conference on Communication, Medicine and Ethics (COMET) and co-ordinator of The COMET Society.
Reviewer for a number of international interdisciplinary journals, book series[es], Research Councils.

Publications and presentations

Major book-length publications (10 in total) include: Language, Bureaucracy and Social Control (Longman, 1996, with S. Slembrouck); Talk, Work and Institutional Order: Discourse in Medical, Mediation and Management Settings (Mouton, 1999, edited with C. Roberts), Discourse and Social Life (Pearson, 2000, edited with M. Coulthard), Sociolinguistics and Social Theory (Pearson, 2001, edited with N. Coupland and C. N. Candlin), Applied Linguistics and Communities of Practice (Continuum, 2003, edited with T. van Leeuwen); Language Practices in Social Work: Categorisation and Accountability in Child Welfare (Routledge, 2006, with C. Hall and S. Slembrouck) and Discourse, Ideology and Ethics in Specialised Communication (Peter Lang, 2007, edited with G. Garzone). Forthcoming titles include: Handbook of Communication in Professions and Organisations (Mouton 2009, edited with C. N. Candlin); Team-Talk at Work: Decision Making Across the Boundaries in Health and Social Care Professions (Equinox, edited with P. Linell); Interpreter Mediated Healthcare Consultations (Equinox).

He has guest-edited five journal special issues: Language and Education (with M. Baynham); Language Awareness; Text  (with Per Linell); Applied Linguistics (with C. N. Candlin); Health, Risk & Society (with C. N. Candlin).

He has published more than 150 book chapters and articles in leading journals in discourse and communication (e.g., Discourse and Society, Language Awareness, Applied Linguistics, Language and Education, Journal of Language and Social Psychology, Journal of Pragmatics, Pragmatics, Multilingua, Text, Research on Language and Social Interaction, Communication & Medicine, Health, Social Science & Medicine, Sociology of Health & Illness, Health, Risk & Society, Medical Education, British Medical Journal, Journal of Genetic Counselling, Journal of Advanced Nursing).

In addition, he has presented more than 400 papers (including plenaries, invited keynotes, workshops and colloquia) at international conferences and other forums – ranging from mainstream applied linguistics and sociolinguistics to medical and professional ones.

Visiting research attachments over the last 10 years include a number of countries: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Italy, Malaysia, Norway, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and USA.