Article published in:
Metaphor and the Social World
Vol. 8:2 (2018) ► pp. 286311
References

References

Armstrong, S. L.
(2008) Using metaphor analysis to uncover learners’ conceptualisations of academic literacies in postsecondary developmental contexts. The International Journal of Learning, 15(9), 211–218.Google Scholar
Armstrong, S. L., Davis, H. S., & Paulson, E. J.
(2011) The subjectivity problem: Improving triangulation approaches in metaphor analysis studies. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 10(2), 151–163. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Barcelos, A. M. F.
(2003) Researching beliefs about SLA: A critical review. In P. Kalaja & A. M. F. Barcelos (Eds.), Beliefs about SLA: New research approaches (pp. 7–33). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cameron, L., & Low, G.
(1999) Metaphor. Language Teaching, 32, 77–96. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cameron, L., & Maslen, R.
(2010) Metaphor analysis. London: Equinox.Google Scholar
Causarano, A.
(2015) Metaphors of literacy: Dialogues in inclusive settings. Journal of Education and Learning, 4(1), 41–48. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cortazzi, M., & Jin, L.
(1999) Bridges to learning: Metaphors of teaching, learning, and language. In G. Low, & L. Cameron (Eds), Researching and applying metaphor (pp. 149–176). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Ellis, R.
(2008) Learner beliefs and language learning. The Asian EFL Journal Quarterly, 10(4), 7–25.Google Scholar
Erdoğan, T., & Erdoğan, O.
(2013) Metaphor analysis of the fifth grade students’ perceptions about writing. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 22(4), 347–355. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Glucksberg, S., & Haught, C.
(2006) On the relation between metaphor and simile: When comparison fails. Mind and Language, 21(3), 360–378. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hart, G. A.
(2015) Beyond ‘elicit and run’ metaphor research. Why conversations within and between levels of participants matter. In W. Wan & G. D. Low (Eds.), Elicited metaphor analysis in educational discourse (pp. 265–314). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
[ p. 309 ]
Kamler, B., & Thomson, P.
(2006) Helping doctoral students write: pedagogies for supervision. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Knoeller, C.
(2004) Driving home at midnight in a dense fog: Using metaphor to explore writing processes. The Quarterly, 26(2). https://​www​.nwp​.org​/cs​/public​/print​/resource​/1790
Lakoff, G., & Johnson, M.
(1980) Metaphors we live by. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.Google Scholar
Leki, I.
(2001) Hearing voices: L2 students’ experiences in L2 writing courses. In T. Silva & P. K. Matsuda (Eds.), On second language writing (pp. 17–28). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.Google Scholar
Levin, T., & Wagner, T.
(2006) In their own words: Understanding student conceptions of writing through their spontaneous metaphors in the science. Instructional Science, 34, 227–278. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Low, G. D.
(2008) Metaphor and education. In R. Gibbs (Ed.), Cambridge handbook of metaphor and thought (pp. 212–230). Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(2015) A practical validation model for researching elicited metaphor. In W. Wan & G. D. Low (Eds.), Elicited metaphor analysis in educational discourse (pp. 15–37). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
McDonald, J. C.
(1992) Student metaphors for themselves as writers. The English Journal, 81(4), 60–64. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Paulson, E. J., & Armstrong, S. L.
(2011) Mountains and pit bulls: Students’ metaphors for college reading and writing. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 54(7), 494–503. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Paulson, E. J., & Theado, C. K.
(2015) Locating agency in the classroom: A metaphor analysis of teacher talk in a college developmental reading class. Classroom Discourse, 6(1), 1–19. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Power, C., & Carmichael, E.
(2007) Parrot poo on the windscreen: Metaphor in academic skills learning. Journal of Academic Language & Learning, 1(1), A18–A32.Google Scholar
Scribner, S.
(1984) Literacy in three metaphors. American Journal of Education, 93(1), 6–21. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Seung, E., Park, S., & Jung, J.
(2015) Methodological approaches and strategies for elicited metaphor-based research: A critical review. In W. Wan & G. D. Low (Eds.), Elicited metaphor analysis in educational discourse (pp. 39–64). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Shaw, D., & Mahlios, M.
(2008) Pre-service teachers’ metaphors of teaching and literacy. Reading Psychology, 29(1), 31–60. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Shaw, D., Barry, A., & Mahlios, M.
(2008) Preservice teachers’ metaphors of teaching in relation to literacy beliefs. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 14(1), 35–50. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Shaw, D., & Mahlios, M.
(2011) Literacy metaphors of pre-service elementary teachers: Do they change after instruction? Which metaphors are stable? How do they connect to theories? Journal of Education for Teaching, 37(1), 77–92. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(2014) Adult literacy students’ metaphors of reading and writing. International Journal of Research Studies in Education, 3(1), 21–34.Google Scholar
[ p. 310 ]
Simpson, Z.
(2009) Totally in the zone: Using metaphor to ‘glimpse’ writer-identity. Education as Change, 13(1), 195–209. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Steen, G. J.
(2007) Finding metaphor in grammar and usage: A methodological analysis of theory and research. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Theado, C. K.
(2013) Metaphors we teach by: Examining teacher conceptualisations of literacy in the English language arts classroom. Language and Literacy, 15(2), 20–39. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Tobin, L.
(1989) Bridging gaps: Analyzing our students’ metaphors for composing. College Composition and Communication, 40(4), 444–458. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Vacca, R.
(2006) They can because they think they can. Educational Leadership, 63(5), 56–59.Google Scholar
Villamil, O. S., & de Guerrero, M. C.
(2005) Constructing theoretical notions of L2 writing through metaphor conceptualisation. In N. Bartels (Ed.), Applied linguistics in language teacher education (pp. 79–90). New York: Springer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Vygotsky, L. S.
(1978) Mind and society: The development of higher mental processes. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.Google Scholar
Wan, W.
(2011) An examination of the validity of metaphor analysis studies: Problems with metaphor elicitation technique. Metaphor and the Social World, 1(2), 261–287. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Wan, W., Low, G. D. & Li, M.
(2011) From students’ and teachers’ perspectives: Metaphor analysis of beliefs about EFL teachers’ roles. System, 39(3), 403–415. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Wan, W.
(2014) Constructing and developing ESL students’ beliefs about writing through metaphor: A longitudinal exploratory study. Journal of Second Language Writing, 23, 53–73. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
(2015) Developing critical thinking in academic writing through a metaphor elicitation technique. In W. Wan & G. D. Low (Eds.), Elicited metaphor analysis in educational discourse (pp. 213–237). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Williams, J.
(2015) Metaphorical conceptualisation and classroom practices of instructors teaching an accelerated postsecondary development literacy course. In W. Wan & G. D. Low (Eds.), Elicited metaphor analysis in educational discourse (pp. 239–264). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Zhao, J.
(2009) Conceptualizing English academic writing via verbal and manual metaphors. IBERICA, 17, 119–138.Google Scholar
[ p. 311 ]