List of John Benjamins publications for which Stephanie Schnurr plays a role.
Narratives as Social Practice in Organisational Contexts
Edited by Dorien Van De Mieroop, Jonathan Clifton and Stephanie Schnurr
Special issue of Narrative Inquiry 32:1 (2022) vi, 243 pp.
Subjects Cognition and language | Discourse studies | Narrative Studies
Identity Struggles: Evidence from workplaces around the world
Edited by Dorien Van De Mieroop and Stephanie Schnurr
[Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture, 69] 2017. xi, 457 pp.
Subjects Communication Studies | Discourse studies | Pragmatics
Negotiating identities in stories of anti-Chinese racism during the COVID-19 pandemic. Language, Culture and Society 5:1, pp. 43–722023.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, there has been an upsurge of anti-Chinese racism. This paper investigates the socio-pragmatic processes through which Chinese international students in Belgium discursively deal with othering processes in the stories they tell about racist incidents… read more | Article
Narratives as social practice in organisational contexts: Introduction. Narratives as Social Practice in Organisational Contexts, Van De Mieroop, Dorien, Jonathan Clifton and Stephanie Schnurr (eds.), pp. 1–82022.
Chapter 1. Introduction: A kaleidoscopic view of identity struggles at work. Identity Struggles: Evidence from workplaces around the world, Van De Mieroop, Dorien and Stephanie Schnurr (eds.), pp. 1–182017.
Chapter 24. Epilogue: Identity struggles as a reflection of knowledge, competing norms, and attempts for social change. Identity Struggles: Evidence from workplaces around the world, Van De Mieroop, Dorien and Stephanie Schnurr (eds.), pp. 445–4542017.
Chapter 5. Epistemic “Struggles”: When nurses’ expert identity is challenged by “knowledgeable” clients. Identity Struggles: Evidence from workplaces around the world, Van De Mieroop, Dorien and Stephanie Schnurr (eds.), pp. 79–942017.
Enacting and negotiating power relations through teasing in distributed leadership constellations. Pragmatics and Society 7:3, pp. 482–5022016.
This paper explores how power relations are enacted and negotiated in the largely under-researched non-hierarchal leadership constellation of distributed leadership. Drawing on more than 300 hours of audio-recorded interactions of a corpus of interdisciplinary research group meetings, we analyse… read more | Article
Positioning oneself in relation to larger collectivities in expatriates’ workplace narratives. Narrative Inquiry 24:2, pp. 386–4072014.
This article aims to explore narratives as sites for identity construction by employing the concept of positioning to analyse some of the discursive processes through which identity construction is accomplished in institutional contexts. Our specific foci are i) the ways in which individuals… read more | Article
‘you have to be adaptable, obviously’: constructing professional identities in multicultural workplaces in Hong Kong. The interplay between professional identities and age, gender and ethnicity, Van De Mieroop, Dorien and Jonathan Clifton (eds.), pp. 279–3002012.
In spite of the increasing globalisation of the work domain and the mobilization of the workforce (Wong et al. 2007) only very little attention has been paid to the interplay between culture and professional identities in workplace contexts. This paper addresses this gap by exploring some of the… read more | Article
Chapter 9. ‘You may know better than I do’: Negotiating advice-giving in Down Syndrome screening in a Hong Kong prenatal hospital. Advice in Discourse, Limberg, Holger and Miriam A. Locher (eds.), pp. 195–2122012.
This paper explores patient-initiated advice during a screening program for Down Syndrome in a Hong Kong hospital. In managing these requests medical providers have to balance the opposing demands of ensuring patient autonomy in decision-making while at the same time responding to patients’… read more | Chapter
Using humor to do masculinity at work. Humor in Interaction, Norrick, Neal R. and Delia Chiaro (eds.), pp. 101–1242009.
Workplaces constitute sites where individuals “do gender” while at the same time constructing their professional identities and meeting their organisation’s expectations. In most workplaces, a rather narrow range of masculine styles of interaction are considered normative. Discursive strategies… read more | Article