Publications

Books

Carter, R.A., McCarthy, M. J., Mark G. and O’Keeffe, A. 2011. English Grammar Today. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (with CD ROM)

Carter, R.A., McCarthy, M. J., Mark G. and O’Keeffe, A. 2011. English Grammar Today. Workbook. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Farr, F. 2011. The Discourse of Teaching Practice Feedback. An investigation of spoken and written modes., New York: Routledge.

O’Keeffe, A., Clancy, B. and Adolphs, S. 2011. Introducing Pragmatics in Use. London: Routledge.

O’Keeffe, A. and McCarthy, M. J. (eds) 2010. The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics. London: Routledge.

Murphy, B. 2010. Corpus and Sociolinguistics: Investigating Age and Gender in Female Talk.Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

McCarthy, M. J., O’Keeffe, A. and Walsh, S. 2009. The Vocabulary Matrix: understanding, learning, teaching. London: Cengage Learning.

O’Keeffe, A., McCarthy, M. J. and R. A. Carter 2007. From Corpus to Classroom: language use and language teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

O’Keeffe, A. 2006. Investigating Media Discourse. London: Routledge.

Walsh, S. 2011. Exploring Classroom Discourse: Language in action. London & New York: Routledge, 2011.

Journal articles

O’Keeffe, A. and Walsh, S. (2012). “Applying corpus linguistics and conversation analysis in the investigation of small group teaching in higher education”. Corpus Linguistics and Linguistic Theory. 8 (1):159–181.

Chambers, A., Farr, F. and O’Riordan, S.  2011. “Language teachers with corpora in mind: from starting steps to walking tall” Language Learning, 39(1), 85-104.

Clancy, B. (2011) “Complementary perspectives on hedging behaviour in family discourse: The analytical synergy of variational pragmatics and corpus linguistics”, International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 16(3): 372-391.

O’Keeffe, A. (2011) “Teaching and Irish English” English Today 27(2), 57-63.

Farr, F and O’Keeffe, A. (2011) “Introduction”,  International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, special issue on Applying Corpus Linguistics, 16(3): 151-156.

Morton, T. Walsh, S. and O’Keeffe, A. 2011. “Analyzing university spoken interaction: a corpus linguistics/conversation analysis approach” International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 16(3): 326-345.

Vaughan, E. and Clancy, B. 2011. “The pragmatics of Irish English” English Today, 27(2): 47-57.

Riordan, E. and Murray, L. 2010. “A corpus-based analysis of online synchronous and asynchronous modes of communication within language teacher education” Classroom Discourse, 1(2), 181-198.

Walsh, S. and O’Keeffe, A. 2010. “Investigating higher education seminar talk”.Novitas-ROYAL (Research on Youth and Language). 4 (2), 141-158.

Vaughan, E., 2010. Review: Exploring English with Online Corpora (Anderson & Corbett, 2010). International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 15(4): 557-560.

Farr, F. and Murphy, B. 2009. “Religious references in contemporary Irish-English: ‘for the love of God almighty….I’m a holy terror for turf’’ Intercultural Pragmatics, 6(4), 535-560.

Murphy, B. 2009. “ ‘She’s a fucking ticket’: The pragmatics of FUCK in Irish English – an age and gender perspective”, Corpora 4.1: 85-106

O’Keeffe, A. and Amador Moreno, C. 2009. The pragmatics of the be + after + V-ing construction in Irish English. Intercultural Pragmatics 6(4): 517-534.

Farr, F. 2008. ‘Evaluating the use of corpus-based instruction in a language teacher education context: perspectives from the users’, Language Awareness, 17(1), 25-43.

Vaughan, E. 2007 “ ‘I think we should just accept … our horrible lowly status’: Analysing Teacher–Teacher Talk Within the Context of Community of Practice” Language Awareness 16(3): 173-189.

Farr, F., Murphy, B. and O’Keeffe, A. 2004. “The Limerick Corpus of Irish English: design, description and application” Teanga, 21, 5-29.

Farr, F. 2004. “Plateaux in Pronunciation: the case of French learners of English as a foreign language” Teanga, 20, 53-60.

McCarthy, M. J. and O’Keeffe, A. 2004. “Research in the teaching of speaking” Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 24, 26-43.

O’Keeffe, A. 2004. “ ‘Like the wise virgins and all that jazz’ – using a corpus to examine vague language and shared knowledge” Language and Computers 52(1), 1-20.

Farr, F. 2003. “Engaged Listenership in Spoken Academic Discourse: the case of student-tutor meetings” Journal of English for Academic Purposes 2(1): 67-85.

O’Keeffe, A. and Farr, F. 2003. “Using Language Corpora in Language Teacher Education: pedagogic, linguistic and cultural insights” TESOL Quarterly 37(3), 389-418.

McCarthy, M. and O’Keeffe, A. 2003. “‘What’s in a name?’ – vocatives in casual conversations and radio phone-in calls” Language and Computers 46(1) 153-185.

Barker, G. and O’Keeffe, A. 1999. “A Corpus of Irish English – Past, Present, Future” Teanga (Yearbook of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics) 18, 1-11.

Edited journals

O’Keeffe, A. and Farr, F. 2011. special issue on International Journal of Corpus Linguistics. 16(3)

Walsh, S. and O’Keeffe, A. 2007. special issue of the internationals journal Language Awareness. 16(3)

Farr, F. and O’Keeffe , A. (Eds) 2002. Special issue of Teanga (Yearbook of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics) 21.

Walsh, S. (General Editor) Classroom Discourse.

McCarthy, M. J. (co-Editor) English Profile Journal

Chapters in books

Clancy, B. 2012. Building a corpus to represent a variety of a language. In O’Keeffe, A & M. McCarthy (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics. London: Routledge, 80-92.

O’Keeffe, A., 2012. Corpora and Media Studies. In K. Hyland, M. H. Chau and M. Handford (eds) Corpus Applications in Applied Linguistics. London: Continuum.

McCarthy, M.J. and O’Keeffe, A. 2012. Competencies Explored and Exposed: Grammar, Lexis, Communication and the Notion of Levels. In T. Summer and M. Eisenmann (Eds) Basic Issues in EFL-Teaching and Learning. Heidelberg Universitätsverlag Winter. 55-67.

O’Keeffe, A. 2012. Vocabulary Instruction. In A. Burns and J. Richards (eds) The Cambridge Guide to Pedagogy and Practice in Language Teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 236-245.

Baumgart, J. and Farr, F. 2011. ‘Polish teenagers’ integration into Irish secondary schools: language, culture, and support systems’ in Egger, S. and McDonagh, J., eds., Polish-Irish Encounters in the Old and New Europe, Berlin: Peter Lang, 179-196.

O’Keeffe, A. 2011. Media and Discourse Analysis. In J. P. Gee and M. Handford (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Discourse Analysis. London: Routledge, 441-454.

O’Keeffe, A. 2011. The Media. In J. Simpson (Ed.) The Routledge Handbook of Applied Linguistics. London: Routledge, 67-80.

Farr, F. 2010. How can corpora be used in teacher education? In O’Keeffe, A & M. McCarthy (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics. London: Routledge,, 620-632.

Farr, F., Chambers, A. and O’Riordan, S. 2010. ‘Corpora for materials’ development in language teacher education: underlying principles and useful data’ in Mishan, F. and Chambers, A., eds., Perspectives on Language Learning Materials Development, Peter Lang, 33-62.

McCarthy, M. J. and O’Keeffe, A. 2010. ‘Historical perspective: what are corpora and how have they evolved?’ In: A. O’Keeffe and M.J. McCarthy (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics. London: Routledge, 3-13.

Vaughan, E., 2010. How can teachers use a corpus for their own research? In O’Keeffe, A & M. McCarthy (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Corpus Linguistics. London: Routledge, 471-484

O’Keeffe, A. and Adolphs, S. 2008. Using a corpus to look at variational pragmatics: response tokens in British and Irish discourse. In Schneider, K.P. and Barron, A. (eds.) Variational Pragmatics. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 69-98.

McCarthy, M.J. and O’Keeffe, A. 2008. Corpora and the Study of Spoken Language. In: A, Ludeling, K. Merja and T. McEnery (Eds). Handbook of Corpus Linguistics. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 1-16.

O’Keeffe, A., McCarthy, M. & Walsh, S. 2008. ‘…post-colonialism, multi-culturalism, structuralism, feminism, post-modernism and so on so forth’ – vague language in academic discourse, a comparative analysis of form, function and context’. In: R. Reppen and A. Ädels (eds), Corpora and Discourse (SCL31). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 9 – 29.

Vaughan, E. 2008. ‘Got a date or something?’: An analysis of the role of humour and laughter in the workplace meetings of English language teachers. In: R. Reppen and A. Ädels (eds), Corpora and Discourse (SCL31). Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 95-115.

Farr, F. 2007. Engaged listenership in spoken academic discourse: the case of student-tutor meetings. In W. Teubert and R. Krishnamurthy (eds) Corpus Linguistics: Critical Concepts in Linguistics, London: Routledge, 67-85.

Farr, F. 2007. Spoken language as an aid to reflective practice in language teacher education: using a specialised corpus to establish a generic fingerprint’. In M.-C. Campoy, and M.-J. Luzón (eds) Spoken Corpora in Applied Linguistics., Bern: Peter Lang, 235-258.

Walsh, S. and O’Keeffe, A. 2007. Applying CA to a modes analysis of third-level spoken academic discourse. In Bowles, P. and P. Seedhouse (eds) Conversation Analysis and Languages for Specific Purposes. Berlin: Peter Lang, 101-139.

Evison , J., McCarthy, M.J. and O’Keeffe, A. 2007. Looking out for love and all the rest of it: vague category markers as shared social space’. In J. Cutting (Ed.) Vague Language Explored.  Basingstoke: Palgrave, 138-157.

O’Keeffe, A. and Breen, M. 2007.  At the hands of the Brothers: a corpus-based lexico-grammatical analysis of stance in newspaper reporting of child sexual abuse. J. Cotterill (Ed.) The Language of Sex Crimes. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 217-236.

Farr, F. 2006. Modality in context: spoken language, variety and the classroom. In A. Gallagher and M. Ó Laoire (eds) Language Education in Ireland: Current Practice and Future Needs, Dublin: IRAAL, 165-184.

Binchy, James 2005. ‘Three forty two so please: Politeness for sale in Southern-Irish service encounters’. In: A. Barron and K. Schneider (eds) The Pragmatics of Irish English. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 313-335.

Clancy, B. 2005. ‘You’re fat. You’ll eat them all: Politeness strategies in family discourse’. In: A. Barron and K. Schneider (eds) The Pragmatics of Irish English. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 177-199.

Farr, F. 2005. Reflecting on reflections: the spoken word as a professional development tool in language teacher education’. In R. Hughes (ed.) Spoken English, Applied Linguistics and TESOL: Challenges for Theory and Practice, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 182-215.

Farr, F. 2005. Relational strategies in the discourse of professional performance review in an Irish academic environment: the case of language teacher education. In: K.P. Schneider and A. Barron (Eds) The Pragmatics of Irish English, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 203-234.

McCarthy, M.J. and O’Keeffe, A. 2006. Second Language Speaking. In K. Brown (Ed) Encyclopaedia of Language and Linguistics 2nd Edition. Oxford: Elsevier, 95-101.

O’Keeffe, A., 2005. ‘You’ve a daughter yourself?’: a corpus-based look at lexico-grammatical choices and pragmatic effects in question forms in an Irish radio phone-in. In: K.P. Schneider and A. Barron (Eds) The Pragmatics of Irish English, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter,  339-366.

Farr, F. and O’Keeffe, A. 2002. Would as a hedging device in an Irish context: an intra-varietal comparison of institutionalised spoken interaction. In: R. Reppen, S. Fitzmaurice and D. Biber, (Eds), Using Corpora to Explore Linguistic Variation, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 25-48.

O’Keeffe, A. 2002. Exploring indices of national identity in a corpus of radio phone-in data from Irish radio. In: A. Sánchez Macarro (Ed.), Windows on the World: Media Discourse in English, Valencia: Universidad de Valencia, 91-113.

O’Keeffe, A. 2000. Exploring television as an exponent of pragmatic and sociocultural information in foreign language learning. In: T. Lewis and A. Rouxeville (Eds), Technology and the Advanced Language Learner, London: CILT, 23-52.

O’Keeffe, A. 2000. Undergraduate Academic Writing: an analysis of errors and weaknesses in syntax, lexis, style and structure. In G. Shiel, U. Ní Dhálaigh and E. Kennedy (Eds), Language and Literacy for the New Millennium. Dublin: Reading Association of Ireland, 167-186.