Book chapters

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Zappavigna, M. (in preparation). Discourse and Social Media. In K. Hyland, & B. Partridge. The Bloomsbury Companion to Discourse Analysis. London: Bloomsbury.

Zappavigna, M. (under review). “And then he said… no one has more respect for women than I do”: Intermodal relations and intersubjectivity in image macros. In H. Stöckl, H. Caple, & J. Pflaeging (Eds.), Shifts towards Image-centricity in Contemporary Multimodal Practices. London: Routledge.

Logi, L & Zappavigna, M. (under review). Affiliation: An appliable framework for exploring community and identity in discourse. In J. R. Martin, J. Knox, & D. Caldwell. Appliable Linguistics and Social Semiotics: Developing Theory from Practice. London: Bloomsbury.

Logi, L, Zappavigna, M., & Martin, J.R. (under review). Bodies talk: Modelling paralanguage in Systemic Functional Linguistics. In J. R. Martin, J. Knox, & D. Caldwell. Appliable Linguistics and Social Semiotics: Developing Theory from Practice. London: Bloomsbury.

[21] Zappavigna, M., & Zhao, S. (in press 2020). Selfies and recontextualisation: Still life self-imaging in social media. In M. Miles & E. Welch (Eds.), Photography and its Publics. London: Bloomsbury.

[20] Zappavigna, M. (2019). Language and social media: Enacting identity through ambient affiliation. In G. Thompson, W. Bowcher, L. Fontaine & J. Y. Liang [Eds.] The Cambridge handbook of Systemic Function Linguistics. London: Cambridge University Press.pp 714-737.

[19] Zappavigna, M. (2019). Ambient affiliation and #brexit: Negotiating values about experts through censure and ridicule. In V. Koller, S. Kopf, & M. Miglbauer (Eds.), Discourses of Brexit. London: Routledge. pp.48-68.

[18] Zhao, S. & Zappavigna, M. (2018). Digital Scrapbooks, everyday aesthetics & the curatorial self: Social photography in female visual blogging. In F. Forsgren & E.S. Tønnessen (Eds.), Multimodality and Aesthetics. London, New York: Routledge. pp. 218–235.

[17] Zappavigna, M. (2017). Twitter. In C. R. Hoffmann & W. Bublitz [Eds.] Pragmatics of Social Media. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. pp. 201-224.

[16] Zappavigna, M. (2017). Evaluation. In C. R. Hoffmann & W. Bublitz [Eds.] Pragmatics of Social Media. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton. pp. 435-459.

[15] Zappavigna, M (2017). "Had enough of experts": Intersubjectivity and the quoted voice in microblogging. In Friginal, E. (ed.) Studies in corpus-based sociolinguistics. London: Routledge. pp. 321-343.

[14] Zappavigna, M. (2017). Ambient liveness: Searchable audiences and second screens. In Hight, C & Harindranath, H. Studying Digital Media Audiences: Perspectives from Australasia. London: Routledge. pp 150-172.

[13] Zappavigna, M., Dwyer, P. & Martin, J. R. (2016). Consent and Compliance inYouth Justice Conferences. In D Eades, S Erhlich & J Ainsworth [Eds.] Discursive constructions of consent in the legal process. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp.186-212.

[12] Zappavigna, M. (2014). Coffeetweets: Bonding around the bean on TwitterThe language of social media: Communication and community on the Internet. P. Seargeant & C. Tagg [eds.] UK: Palgrave. pp. 139 -160.

[11] Zappavigna, M (2013). ‘If You Do It Too Then RT And Say #idoit2’: The co-patterning of contingency and evaluation in microblogging. M. Taboada & R. Trnavac [Eds.] Nonveridicality and evaluation: Theoretical, computational and corpus approaches. Brill. pp. 188-213.

[10] Zappavigna, M (2013). The language of tweets. In K. Hyland [ed.] Discourse Studies Reader. London: Bloomsbury. pp. 301-327.

[9] Martin, J.R & Zappavigna, M. (2013). Beyond redemption: choice and consequence in Youth Justice Conferencing. In Fang Yan & J Webster [Eds.] Developing Systemic Functional Linguistics:theory and application. London: Equinox. pp. 18-47. [reprinted in Forensic Linguistics 2012. 227-257]

[8] Caldwell, D and Zappavigna, M. (2011). Visualising multimodal patterning. In S. Dreyfus, M. Stenglin & S. Hood [eds.] Semiotic Margins. London: Continuum. pp. 229-243

[7] Zappavigna, M. (2011). Visualising logogenesis: Preserving the dynamics of meaning. In S. Dreyfus, M. Stenglin & S. Hood [eds.] Semiotic Margins. London: Continuum. pp. 211-228

[6] Zappavigna, M., Dwyer, P. & Martin, J.R. (2010). Visualising appraisal prosodyAppliable Linguistics. A. Mahboob & N. Knight (Eds.) London: Continuum. pp. 150-167.

[5] Martin, J, Zappavigna, M. & Dwyer, P. (2010). Negotiating evaluation: story structure and appraisal in Youth Justice Conferencing. A. Mahboob & N. Knight (Eds.) Appliable Linguistics. London: Continuum. pp. 44-75.

[4] Zappavigna, M., Cléirigh, C., Dwyer, P. and Martin, J.R. (2009) The Coupling of Gesture and Phonology. In M. Bednarek and J.R. Martin [eds.] New Discourse on Language: Functional Perspectives on Multimodality, Identity, and Affiliation. London: Continuum. pp. 237-266.

[3] Martin, J.R., Zappavigna, M. and Dwyer, P. (2009) Negotiating shame: Exchange and genre structure in Youth Justice Conferencing. In A. Mahboob and C. Lipovsky [eds.] Studies in Applied Linguistics and Language Learning. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press. pp. 41-72.

[2] Zappavigna, M., Dwyer, P., & Martin, J.R. (2008). Syndromes of meaning: exploring patterned coupling in a NSW Youth Justice Conference. In A. Mahboob, & K. Knight (Eds.), Questioning Linguistics. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 103–117.

[1] O'Donnell, M., Zappavigna, M. & Whitelaw, C. (2008) A survey of process type classification over difficult casesFrom Language to Multimodality: New Developments in the Study of Ideational Meaning. C. Jones & E. Ventola [eds.] Equinox. pp. 47-64.

Edited Publications

Zappavigna, M. & Cloran, C. (eds.) (2008). Bridging Discourses: Proceedings of the 2007 Annual Congress of the Australian Systemic Functional Association.

Other publications

Zappavigna, M. & Patrick, J. (2005). Tacit Knowledge in Communities of Practice. Encyclopedia of Communities of Practice in Information and Knowledge Management. E. Coakes & S. Clarke [eds.] Hershey, PA: Idea Group Reference. pp 508-512.

Zappavigna, M. & Patrick, J. (2005). Tacit Knowledge and Discourse Analysis. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology. M. Khosrow-Pour [ed.] Hershey, PA: Idea Group Reference. pp 2724-2729.

Zappavigna, M., Dwyer, P., & Martin, J. (2008). "Just like sort of guilty kind of": The rhetoric of tempered admission in Youth Justice Conferencing. Australian Systemic Functional Linguistics Congress. M. Zappavigna & C. Cloran [eds.] Woollongong. Available at http://www.asfla.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2008/07/the-rhetoric-of-tempered-admission.pdf

Zappavigna, M & Patrick, J. (2005). Explicating Tacit Knowledge Embedded in Nominalisation. Socialising IT: Thinking About the People. Proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems. B. Campbell, J. Underwood & D. Bunker [eds.] (CD-ROM) Australasian Chapter of the Association for Information Systems. 2005.

Zappavigna, M & Patrick, J. (2005). Eliciting tacit knowledge from spoken discourse about requirements analysis. Proceedings of the 7th Australian Conference for Knowledge Management & Intelligent Decision Support. F. Burstein & H. Linger [eds.] Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing. pp 143-160.

Zappavigna, M. & Patrick, J. (2004). Eliciting tacit knowledge from spoken discourse. Proceedings of the 10th Americas Conference on Information Systems. C. Bullen & E. Stohr [eds.] Hoboken, NJ: Stevens Institute of Technology. 2004. pp 2195-2204.

Zappavigna, M., Patrick, J., & Stern, A. (2003). Assessing Knowledge Management Services through Discourse Analysis. Proceedings of the 7th Pacific-Asia Conference on Information Systems. Adelaide: University of South Australia. 2003. pp 523-540.

Patrick, J., Palko, D., Munro, R. & Zappavigna, M. (2002). User driven example-based training for creating lexical knowledge bases. AI2002 Workshop Proceedings, Volume 1. S. Geldof & D. Molla-Aloid [eds.] Sydney: Centre for Language Technology: Macquarie University. pp.17-23.

Patrick, J., Palko, D., Munro, R. & Zappavigna, (2003). Inferring Semantic Structure from Format (with J. Partick, D. Palko & R. Munro). Computing Arts 2001: Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities. C. Cole & H. Craig [eds.] Sydney: Research Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Sydney. pp 150-168

Zappavigna, M., Patrick, J., & Stern, A. (2003) Knowledge Management as Social Semiotic: discourse analysis as a measure of quality (with J. Patrick & A. Stern). The Role of Quality in Knowledge Management: Proceedings of the 2002 Australian Conference for Knowledge Management & Intelligent Decision Support (ACKMIDS). F. Burstein & H. Linger [eds.] Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publications. pp 55-72.

Conference Presentations

Zappavigna, M. (2011). “Analysing Body language in Youth Justice Conferencing” Plenary presentation for 2011 Annual Congress of the Australian Systemic Functional Association. University of New England, Armidale NSW, September 21-23, 2011.

Zappavigna, M., Dwyer, P. & Martin, J.R. (2011). Angry boys: casting identity in NSW Youth Justice Conferencing. (featured colloquium). Language and the Law. The Australian National University. December 1-2, 2011.

Zappavigna, M. (2011). CoffeeTweets: Bonding around the bean on Twitter. International Free Linguistics Conference, University of Sydney, October 8-9, 2011.

Zappavigna, M. (2009). Enacting reconciliation in NSW Youth Justice Conferencing: Is integrative shaming present? Presented at Towards Restorative Justice: The Challenges, Promises and Processes of a New Paradigm, University of Sydney, December 7-9, 2009.

Zappavigna, M., and Cleirigh, C. (2009). Analysing body language in Youth Justice Conferences. Presented at Towards Restorative Justice: The Challenges, Promises and Processes of a New Paradigm, University of Sydney, December 7-9, 2009.

Zappavigna, M. and Almutiari, B. (2009). Modelling and visualising discourse structures. International Free Linguistics Conference, University of Sydney, October 10-11, 2009.

Zappavigna, M. (2009). Searchable Talk and Ambient Affiliation: A Linguistic Perspective On Twitter. International Systemic Functional Congress. Challenges to Systemic Functional Linguistics: Theory and Practice. 14-18 July 2009, Tsinghua University, Beijing.

Zappavigna, A., Assad, M., Dwyer, P., & Martin, J. (2008). In dialogue with new technology: Representing the generic structure of multimodal texts. Paper presented at the International Free Linguistics Conference, 11-12 October 2008, Sydney University, Sydney.

Zappavigna, M., Dwyer, P., & Martin, J. (2008). "You tell me, what you're doing does that help our community?": The interplay of exchange structure and gesture in negotiating shame and affiliation in NSW Youth Justice Conferencing. Paper presented at 35th International Systemic Functional Congress, 21-25 July 2008, Macquarie University, Sydney.

Zappavigna, M., Dwyer, P., & Martin, J. (2008). Gesture and the Rhythm of Integration in NSW Youth Justice Conferencing. Paper presented at the 2nd Finnish Symposium on Functional Linguistics and Multisemiotic Discourse Analysis, 9-10 June 2008, University of Helsinki, Helsinki.

Zappavigna, M., Dwyer, P., & Martin, J. (2008). “Does religion say you can do what you just did?”: Modelling interpersonal prosody in NSW Youth Justice Conferencing. Paper presented at the 20th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop. 11th - 13th June, 2008, University of Helsinki, Helsinki.

Zappavigna, M., & Caldwell, D. (2008). Visualising Multimodal Patterning. Paper presented at Critical Dimensions in Applied Linguistics. July 4-6, 2008, The University of Sydney, Sydney.

Zappavigna, M., & Assad, M. (2007). Annotating and visualising co-instantiation. Semiotic Margins: Reclaiming meaning. 10-12 December 2007, Sydney.

Zappavigna, M., Dwyer, P., & Martin, J. (2007). Syndromes of meaning: Exploring patterned coupling in a NSW Youth Justice Conference. International Free Linguistics Conference. 6-7 October 2007, Sydney.

O’Donnell, M., Zappavigna, M., & Whitelaw, C. (2005). A survey of process type classification over difficult cases. Paper presented at the European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference & Workshop. London. 2005.

Zappavigna, M., O’Donnell, M., & Whitelaw, C. (2004). Inter-coder reliability and process type. Paper presented at the Euro-International Systemic Functional Linguistics Workshop, Madrid.

Seminars and invited talks

Zappavigna, M. (2012). “Social media, ambient affiliation, and identity”. Plenary address for the 2013 24th European Systemic Functional Linguistics Conference and Workshop ('Language in a digital age: Be not afraid of digitality'). Coventry University, England, July 1st-3rd, 2013.

Zappavigna, M. (2011). “Analysing Body language in Youth Justice Conferencing”. Plenary address for 2011 Annual Congress of the Australian Systemic Functional Association. University of New England, Armidale NSW, September 21-23, 2011.

Zappavigna, M. (2012). “Social Media, Identity and Text Visualisation”. Plenary address for 2012 International Systemic Functional Congress, University of Technology, Sydney, NSW, July 16-20, 2012.

Zappavigna, M. (2010) Ambient Affiliation: A Linguistic Perspective On Twitter. CSIRO HAIL Seminar (Exploring Human Factors, Artificial Intelligence, Language Technology), CSIRO, Sydney, 9th February 2010

Zappavigna, M. (2009) The world is full of #fail tonight: Ambient affiliation on Twitter. Early Career Researcher Showcase. University of Sydney, Sydney, 28th September 2010

Zappavigna, M. (2009) Searchable Talk and Ambient Affiliation: A Linguistic Perspective On Twitter. Sydney SFL Seminar Series, University of Sydney, Sydney, 22nd May 2009

Zappavigna, M. (2008) Enacting Reconciliation: Negotiating Meaning in Youth Justice Conferencing. Early Career Researcher Showcase. University of Sydney, Sydney

PhD Thesis

Zappavigna, M. (2007) Eliciting Tacit Knowledge from Spoken Discourse. School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney.