Sealey, A. and C. Pak (forthcoming in 2018) First catch your corpus: methodological challenges in constructing a thematic corpus. Corpora.
Cook, G. and A. Sealey (in press, to appear 2017) The Discursive Representation of Animals, in A. Fill and H. Penz (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Ecolinguistics. London: Routledge
Cook, G. (2015) ‘A pig is a person’ or ‘You can love a fox and hunt it’: innovation and tradition in the discursive representation of animals. Discourse and Society, Vol.26 No.5. doi: 10.1177/0957926515576639
Sealey, A. (2014) Cats and categories – reply to Teubert. Language and Dialogue, Vol.4 No.2: 299 – 321. doi:
Sealey, A. and Oakley, L. (2014) Why did the Canada goose cross the sea? Accounting for the behaviour of wildlife in the documentary series Life. International Journal of Applied Linguistics. Vol.24 No.1: 19 – 37. doi: 10.1111/ijal.12007
Sealey, A. and Oakley, L. (2013) Anthropomorphic grammar? Some linguistic patterns in the wildlife documentary series Life. Text and Talk. Vol.33 No.3: 399 – 420. doi: 10.1515/text-2013-0017
Sealey, A. and Charles, N. (2013) ‘What do animals mean to you?’: naming and relating to non-human animals. Anthrozoos. Vol.26 No.4: 485-503. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.2752/175303713X13795775535652
Companion Animal Psychology, ‘Talking About Animals: The Vegan and the Foxhunter.’ 14th October 2014. http://www.companionanimalpsychology.com/2015/10/talking-about-animals-vegan-and.html.
A review of findings that emerge from Guy Cook’s paper, ‘A pig is a person’ or ‘You can love a fox and hunt it’, which also mentions Sealey and Charles’ ‘What do animals mean to you?’.
Companion Animal Psychology, ‘Animals, Pets and Vermin.’ 26th March 2014. http://www.companionanimalpsychology.com/2014/03/animals-pets-and-vermin.html.
A review of findings from Alison Sealey and Nickie Charles’ paper, ‘What do animals mean to you?’, based on data from a 2009 Mass Observation Directive on Animals.