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|Name:||Dorien Van De Mieroop|
|Institution:||Université Catholique de Louvain|
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|State and/or Country:||Belgium|
|Selected Publications:||Clifton, J., Van De Mieroop, D. (2010). ‘Doing’ ethos—A discursive approach to the strategic deployment and negotiation of identities in meetings. Journal of Pragmatics, 42 (9), 2449-2461.
Van De Mieroop, D. (2009). A rehearsed self in repeated narratives? The case of two interviews with a former hooligan. Discourse studies, 11 (6), 721-740.
Van De Mieroop, D. (2009). A good story or a good identity? The reportability of stories interfering with the construction of a morally acceptable identity. Narrative inquiry, 19 (1), 69-90.
Van De Mieroop, D., Bruyninckx, K. (2009). The influence of the interviewing style and the historical context on positioning shifts in the narrative of a Second World War Resistance member. Journal of sociolinguistics, 13 (2), 169-194.
Van De Mieroop, D., De Jong, J., Andweg, B. (2008). I want to talk about… A rhetorical analysis of the introductions of 40 speeches about engineering. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 22 (2), 186-210.
Van De Mieroop, D., van der Haar, M. (2008). Negotiating Identities in the Context of Social Work Goals: The Case of an Intercultural Institutional Interaction. Research on language and social interaction, 41 (4), 364-386.
Van De Mieroop, D. (2008). Co-constructing identities in speeches: how the construction of an 'other' identity is defining for the 'self' identity and vice versa. Pragmatics, 18 (3), 491-509.
Van De Mieroop, D. (2007). The complementarity of two identities and two approaches - Quantitative and qualitative analysis of institutional and professional identity. Journal of pragmatics, 39 (6), 1120-1142.
Van De Mieroop, D., Bruyninckx, K., Leysen, K., Vanwesenbeeck, W. (2007). Implicit and explicit identity constructions in the life story of one of Hitler's elite soldiers. Discourse studies, 9 (3), 385-405.
Van De Mieroop, D. (2005). An integrated approach of quantitative and qualitative analysis in the study of identity in speeches. Discourse & society, 16 (1), 107-130.
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