Items by Murakami, Dr Kyoko
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Murakami, K., 2012. Discursive Psychology of Remembering and Reconciliation. Nova Publishers.
Murakami, K., 2014. Commemoration reconsidered:Second World War veterans reunion as a pilgrimage. Memory Studies, 7 (3), pp. 339-354.
Stables, A., Murakami, K., McIntosh, S. and Martin, S., 2014. Conceptions of effort among students, teachers and parents within an English secondary school. Research Papers in Education, 29 (5), pp. 626-648.
Skidmore, D. and Murakami, K., 2012. Claiming our own space: Polyphony in teacher–student dialogue. Linguistics and Education, 23 (2), pp. 200-210.
Murakami, K., 2012. Time for memory: Beyond spatial metaphors? Culture & Psychology, 18 (1), pp. 3-13.
Murakami, K., 2010. Liminality in language use: some thoughts on interactional analysis from a dialogical perspective. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, 44 (1), pp. 30-38.
Skidmore, D. and Murakami, K., 2010. How prosody marks shifts in footing in classroom discourse. International Journal of Educational Research, 49 (2-3), pp. 69-77.
Murakami, K., Murray, L., Sims, D. and Chedzey, K., 2009. Learning on work placement: the narrative development of social competence. Journal of Adult Development, 16 (1), pp. 13-24.
Murakami, K., 2007. Positioning in accounting for redemption and reconciliation. Culture & Psychology, 13 (4), pp. 431-452.
Murakami, K. and Middleton, D., 2006. Grave matters: Collectivity and agency as emergent effects in remembering and reconciliation. Ethos, 34 (2), pp. 273-296.
Sims, D., Murray, L., Murakami, K. and Chedzey, K., 2006. Work placements as narrative learning: stories for learning and for counterpoint. International Journal of Innovation and Learning (IJIL), 3 (5), pp. 468-487.
Murakami, K., 2003. Orientation to the setting: Discursively accomplished intersubjectivity. Culture & Psychology, 9 (3), pp. 233-248.
Middleton, D. and Murakami, K., 2003. Collectivity and agency in remembering and reconciliation. Outlines, 7, pp. 16-30.
Murakami, K., 2003. Social practices of reconciliation: Iruka Boys' reconciliation trip. Japan Anthropology Workshop Newsletter, 36, pp. 54-63.
Murakami, K., 2002. Beyond cultural scripts in cross-cultural psychology. Culture & Psychology, 8 (4), pp. 459-474.
Murakami, K., 2002. Socially organised use of memories of mother in narrative re-construction of problematic pasts. Narrative Inquiry, 12 (2), pp. 381-390.
Murakami, K., 2001. Talk about Rice: A Discursive Approach to Studying Culture. Forum: Qualitative Social Research [On-Line Journal], 2 (3).
Conference or Workshop Items
Murakami, K., 2012. History as a dynamic process: reanalysisng a case of Anglo-Japanese reconciliation. Charlotte, NC, USA: Information Age Publishing.
Murakami, K., Stables, A., McIntosh, S. and Martin, S., 2011. Conceptions of effort among year 8 students, their teachers and parents within a school: a case study. In: Symposium on Explorations of Scaffolding (Part 2), International Society for Culture and Activity Research (ISCAR) Conference, 2011-09-05 - 2011-09-10, Sapienza University, Rome.
Skidmore, D. and Murakami, K., 2011. How prosody marks shifts in footing in classroom discourse. In: Syposium on Exploration of Talk and Interaction in Classroom Research, International Society for Culture and Activity Research (ISCAR) Conference, 2011-09-05 - 2011-09-10, Sapienza University, Rome.
Murakami, K., 2011. Commentary to part II:Dialogical methodologies in practice. Nova Science, pp. 163-170.
Murakami, K., 2010. 'The cup of humanity’: Art of Silence and liminality through Chado, the way of tea” (the organised syposium 'Rethinking ‘dialogicality’: Art of silence and inner dialogue. In: 6th International Conference on the Dialogical Self, 2010-09-30 - 2010-10-03, Athens.
Skidmore, D. and Murakami, K., 2009. Does our teaching ring true? Prosody in whole-class discussion. In: European Conference on Educational Research (ECER), 2009-09-28 - 2009-09-30, Vienna.
Murakami, K., 2008. Reappraisal of activity theory research: What is the social? In: Symposia: Discourse, practices and institutions: Methodological challenges for sociocultural and activity theory research, International Society Cultural Activity Research (ISCAR), 2008-01-01, UCSD, San Diego.
Murakami, K. and Middleton, D. J., 2002. Identity in action: Blame and apology in rememberance of war. Linkoping, Sweden: Linkoping University, pp. 193-206. (Studies in Communication)