Publications


A list of academic publications by Spencer Hazel

ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

Edited collections

Svennevig, Jan and Spencer Hazel (Eds.) (2018) Special issue on Multilingual Workplace Studies, Journal of Pragmatics, 126

Hartmut Haberland, Spencer Hazel and Dorte Lønsmann (Eds.) (2017) Thematic issue on “The transnational workplace as a transient multilingual community”. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 27(3)

Rasmussen, Gitte, Spencer Hazel and Kristian Mortensen (Eds.), (2014) Special Issue: A body of resources – CA studies of social conduct, Journal of Pragmatics, 65

Original articles

Christian Morgner, Spencer Hazel, Justine Schneider & Victoria Tischler (2019) Conduct in Dementia: Video Analysis of Arts Interventions. Sociological Research Online, 24(4), 514-540.

Hazel, Spencer and Kristian Mortensen (2019) Designedly Incomplete Objects – materially constituted elicitation tools in classroom interaction. In Dennis Day & Johannes Wagner (eds.) Objects, Bodies and Work Practice. Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters, 216-249.

Schneider, Justine, Spencer Hazel, Christian Morgner & Tom Dening (2018) Facilitation of positive social interaction through visual art in dementia: A case study using videoanalysis. Ageing & Society, 39(8), 1731-1751. doi:10.1017/S0144686X1800020X

Hazel, Spencer (2018) Discovering Interactional Authenticity: Tracking Theatre Practitioners Across Rehearsals. In: Pekarek Doehler S., Wagner J., González-Martínez E. (eds) Longitudinal Studies on the Organization of Social Interaction. Palgrave Macmillan, London, p251-279. DOI 10.1057/978-1-137-57007-9_9

Hazel, Spencer & Jan Svennevig (2018) Multilingual workplaces – Interactional dynamics of the contemporary international workforce. An introduction. Special issue on Multilingual Workplace Studies, Journal of Pragmatics, 126, 1-9 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pragma.2017.11.005 

Mortensen, Janus and Spencer Hazel (2018) At arbejde med videodata: Praktiske og tekniske aspekter. In Jakob Davidsen & Malene Kjær (eds.) Videoanalyse af social interaktion. Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur

Hazel, Spencer (2017) Doing notes – a practice for coordinating ideas development in theatre settings. In Dennis Day & Kristian Mortensen (Eds.) Special Issue: Inscribed Objects in Professional Practices. Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, 14(2), 149-171 

Hazel, Spencer (2017) Mapping the langscape – developing multilingual norms in a transient project community. In Hartmut Haberland, Spencer Hazel and Dorte Lønsmann (eds.) Thematic issue on “The transnational workplace as a transient multilingual community”. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 27(3), 308-325

Lønsmann, Dorte, Spencer Hazel, and Haberland, Hartmut (2017) Introduction to Special Issue: Transience: Emerging norms of language use. In: Lønsmann, Dorte, Spencer Hazel and Hartmut Haberland (Eds.) Thematic issue on “The transnational workplace as a transient multilingual community”. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 27(3), 264-270

Mortensen, Kristian & Spencer Hazel (2017) Navigating the moral maze – order and transgression in language classroom participation. In Götz Schwab, Sabine Hoffmann & Almut Schön (eds.), Interaktion im Fremdsprachenunterricht. Beiträge aus der empirischen Forschung. Münster: LIT Verlag, 113-132

Mortensen, Janus and Spencer Hazel (2017) Lending bureaucracy voice – developing cultural and linguistic norms in transient multilingual communities. In Anna Mauranen, Markku Filppula, Juhani Klemola and Svetlana Vetchinnikova (eds.). Changing English: Global and Local Perspectives p255–75. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Hazel, Spencer (2017) Identities at odds – embedded and implicit language policing in the internationalized workplace. Republished in Hans Jørgen Ladegaard and Christopher Jenks (eds.) Language and Intercultural Communication in the Workplace: Critical Approaches to Theory and Practice. Routledge

Hazel, Spencer & Kristian Mortensen (2017) The classroom moral compass – Participation, engagement and transgression in language classroom interaction. Classroom Discourse, 8(3), 214-234.

Hazel, Spencer (2016) The Paradox from Within – Research Participants Doing-Being-Observed. Qualitative Research, 16(4): 446-467

Spencer Hazel (2015) Acting, interacting, enacting – representing medical practice in theatre performance. In Malene Kjær, Jens Lohfert Jørgensen & Anita Holm Riis (eds). Thematic Issue on ‘Health’, Akademisk Kvarter/Academic Quarter. Aalborg: Aalborg University, 12, 44-64 LINK

Spencer Hazel (2015) Institutional identity negotiation in multilingual workplace settings. In Lubie Grujicic-Alatriste (ed.) Linking Discourse Studies to Professional Practice. Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters LINK

Spencer Hazel (2015) In whose face?! (Angry young) theatre makers and the targets of their provocationIn Susan Blattes and Samuel Cuisinier-Delorme (Eds.) Special Issue «Le théâtre In-Yer-Face aujourd’hui: bilans et perspectives», Coup de Theatre, 29, 45-68 LINK

Spencer Hazel and Johannes Wagner (2015) L2 and L3 integrated learning –lingua franca use in developing an additional language in the classroom. In Paul Seedhouse and Christopher Jenks (eds.) International Perspectives on the ELT classroom interaction. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 149-167 LINK

Spencer Hazel (2015) Identities at odds – embedded and implicit language policing in the internationalized workplace. In Hans J. Ladegaard and Christopher Jenks (eds.) Special Issue: ‘Language and Intercultural Communication in the Workplace: Critical Approaches to Theory and Practice’. Journal of Language and Intercultural Communication, 15(1), 141-160 LINK

Spencer Hazel (2014) Cultivating objects in interaction – visual motifs as meaning making practices in talk-in-interaction. In Maurice Nevile, Pentti Haddington, Trine Heinemann and Mirka Rauniomaa (eds). Interacting with Objects: Language, materiality, and social activity. Amsterdam: Benjamins, 169-194 LINK

Gitte Rasmussen, Kristian Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (Eds.), (2014) Special Issue: A body of resources – CA studies of social conduct, Journal of Pragmatics, 65 LINK

Spencer Hazel, Kristian Mortensen, & Gitte Rasmussen (2014). Introduction. In Gitte Rasmussen, Kristian Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (eds.) Special Issue: ‘A body of resources – CA studies of social conduct’, Journal of Pragmatics, 65 LINK

Spencer Hazel and Kristian Mortensen (2014) Embodying the institution – object manipulation in developing interaction in study counselling meetings. In Gitte Rasmussen, Kristian Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (eds.) Special Issue: ‘A body of resources -CA studies of social conduct’, Journal of Pragmatics, 65, 10-29 LINK

Kristian Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (2014) Moving into interaction – embodied practices for initiating interactions at a help desk counter. Journal of Pragmatics. 62, 46-67  LINK

Spencer Hazel and Hartmut Haberland (2013) Negotiated exclusion – on the constitution of ‘otherness’ in a multilingual workplace setting. Working paper for the Workshop on Diversity and Difference in the Contemporary Workplace, Copenhagen Business School, January 31- February 1, 2013  LINK

Spencer Hazel and Janus Mortensen (2013) Kitchen talk – Exploring linguistic practices in liminal institutional interactions in a multilingual university setting. In Hartmut Haberland, Dorte Lønsmann and Bent Preisler (eds.) Language alternation, language choice and language encounter in international education. Dordrecht: Springer.  LINK

Spencer Hazel (2012). Interactional competence in the institutional setting of the international university – talk and embodied action as multimodal aggregates in institutional interaction. Ph.d. thesis. Roskilde: Roskilde University  LINK

Spencer Hazel, Janus Mortensen and Hartmut Haberland (2012) Transcription linking software: integrating the ephemeral and the fixed in interaction research. In Ikeda, Keiko and Adam Brandt (eds.) Proceedings for the symposium ‘Challenges and New Directions in the Micro-Analysis of Social Interaction’, Kansai University, Osaka  LINK

Janus Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (2012) The data cycle. Proceedings for symposium ‘Challenges and New Directions in the Micro-Analysis of Social Interaction’, Kansai University, Osaka  LINK

Kristian Mortensen and Spencer Hazel (2011) Initiating round robins in the L2 classroom – preliminary observations. Novitas-ROYAL (Research on Youth and Language): 5(1): 55-70   LINK

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