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MacLeod, Nicci and Grant, Tim (2016). "You have ruined this entire experiment…shall we stop talking now?" Orientations to the experimental setting as an interactional resource. Discourse, Context & Media, 14 , pp. 63-70.

Macleod, Nicci (2016). “I thought I’d be safe there”:pre-empting blame in the talk of women reporting rape. Journal of Pragmatics, 96 , pp. 96-109.

Grant, Tim and Macleod, Nicci (2016). Assuming identities online:experimental linguistics applied to the policing of online paedophile activity. Applied Linguistics, 37 (1), pp. 50-70.

MacLeod, Nicci (2009). "Well did you feel jealous?" Control and ideology in police interviews with rape complainants. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines, 3 (1), pp. 46-57.

Book Section

Macleod, Nicci and Haworth, Kate J. (2016). Developing a linguistically informed approach to police interviewing. IN: Sociolinguistic research : application and impact. Lawson, Robert and Sayers, Dave (eds) London (UK): Routledge.

Macleod, Nicci and Grant, Tim (2012). Whose Tweet? Authorship analysis of micro-blogs and other short-form messages. IN: Proceedings of the International Association of Forensic Linguists’ tenth biennial conference. Tomblin, Samuel; MacLeod, Nicci; Sousa-Silva, Rui and Coulthard, Malcolm (eds) Aston University.

Thesis

MacLeod, Nicola J. (2010). Police interviews with women reporting rape: a critical discourse analysis. PHD thesis, Aston University.

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