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Kilby, Laura and Horowitz, Ava (2013) Opening up terrorism talk: the sequential and categorical production of discursive power within the call openings of a talk radio broadcast. Discourse and Society, 24 (6). pp. 725-742. ISSN 0957-9265
Bromnick, Rachel and Horowitz, Ava (2013) Reframing employability: exploring career-related values in psychology undergraduates. In: Proceedings of the HEA STEM Learning and Teaching Conference (2013). Higher Education Academy. ISBN 9781907207976
Horowitz, Ava and Spicer, Louise (2013) “Having sex” as a graded and hierarchical construct: a comparison of sexual definitions among heterosexual and lesbian emerging adults in the U.K. Journal of Sex Research, 50 (2). pp. 139-150. ISSN 0022-4499
Kilby, Laura and Horowitz, Ava and Hylton, Patrick (2013) Diversity as victim to ‘realistic liberalism’: analysis of an elite discourse of immigration, ethnicity and society. Critical Discourse Studies, 10 (1). pp. 47-60. ISSN 1740-5904
Bromnick, Rachel and Horowitz, Ava and Shepherd, Daniel (2012) The benefits of volunteering for psychology students. Psychology Teaching Review, 18 (2). pp. 47-51. ISSN 0965-948X
Bromnick, Rachel and Horowitz, Ava and Shepherd, Daniel (2012) Beyond employability: the benefits of volunteering for psychology students. In: The Higher Education Academy STEM Conference, 12- 13 April 2012, Imperial College London.
Kilby, Laura and Horowitz, Ava (2012) What more can we do to stop the terrorists? Membership categories and moral accounting in a talk-radio debate. In: Discourse Communication Conversation Conference, 21st - 23rd March 2012, Loughborough University.
Kilby, Laura and Horowitz, Ava (2011) Sounding the death knell for pluralism: Cameron’s call for “muscular liberalism” and media constructions of the terrorist ‘other’. Arches Quarterly, 4 (8). pp. 110-119. ISSN 1756-7335
Horowitz, Ava and Bromnick, Rachel (2007) Contestable adulthood: variability and disparity in markers for negotiating the transition to adulthood. Youth and Society, 39 (2). pp. 209-231. ISSN 0044-118X