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Fontaine, Lise and Jones, Katy 2020. We are all one: shifting reference in reconciliation talk. In: Zappavigna, Michele and Dreyfus, Shoshana eds. Discourses of Hope and Reconciliation - On J. R. Martin’s Contribution to Systemic Functional Linguistics, Bloomsbury, pp. 185-203. (10.5040/9781350116092.ch-010)

Jones, Katy 2018. 'A man who revels in his own ignorance, racism and misogyny': Identifiable referents trump indefinite grammar. Functional Linguistics 5 , 11. 10.1186/s40554-018-0063-y
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Wray, Alison, Bell, Huw and Jones, Katy 2016. How native and non-native speakers of English interpret unfamiliar formulaic sequences. European Journal of English Studies 20 (1) , pp. 47-63. 10.1080/13825577.2015.1136163
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Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin and Jones, Katy 2016. Justifying surveillance: the new discursive settlement in UK opinionated journalism. In: Kunelius, Risto, Heikkila, Heikki, Russell, Adrienne and Yagodin, Dmitry eds. Journalism and the NSA Revelations: Privacy, Security and the Press, London and New York: Peter Lang,

Jones, Katy Sarah 2014. Towards an understanding of the use of indefinite expressions for definite reference in English discourse. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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