Bailey, Benjamin. forthoming. Greetings and compliments or street harassment?: Competing evaluations of street remarks in a recorded collection. Discourse & Society (July 2017) 28:4.
Bailey, Benjamin. forthcoming, 2016. Street remarks to women in five countries and four languages: Impositions of engagement and intimacy. Sociolinguistic Studies 10.4
Bailey, Benjamin. 2017. Piropos as a cultural term for talk in the Spanish-speaking world. In Donal Carbaugh (ed.) ICA Handbook of Communication in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Pp. 195-207. Taylor and Francis.
Lie, Sunny and Benjamin Bailey. 2016. The power of names in a Chinese Indonesian family’s negotiations of politics, culture, and identities. Journal of International and Intercultural Communication.
Bailey, Benjamin. 2016. Street remarks to women in five countries and four languages: Impositions of engagement and intimacy. Sociolinguistic Studies 10.4
Bailey, Benjamin. 2015. Mandarin learners’ (L2) comprehension of zero anaphora in Mandarin phone conversations. Chinese as a Second Language Research 4:2:195-217.
Shavit, Nimrod and Benjamin Bailey. 2015. Between the Procedural and the Substantial: Democratic Deliberation and the Interaction Order in “Occupy Middletown General Assembly”. Symbolic Interaction
Bailey, Benjamin. 2015. “Interactional Sociolinguistics”. In Tracy and Sandel (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction. Pp. 826-840. Wiley.
Sul, Eunsook and Benjamin Bailey. 2013. Negotiating Zen Buddhist and Western language ideologies and identities in a text-based, English-language online forum. Journal of Multicultural Discourse. 8:3:213-233.
Bailey, Benjamin and Sunny Lie. 2013. The politics of names among Chinese Indonesians in Java. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. Volume 12, Issue 1, pp. 21-40.
Bailey, Benjamin. 2012. Heteroglossia. In Martin-Jones, Blackledge, and Creese (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Multilingualism. Pp. 499-507. Routledge.
Bailey, Benjamin. 2010. Language, power, and the performance of race and class. In Kathleen Korgen (ed.) Multiracial Americans and Social Class: the Influence of Social Class on Racial Identity. pp. 72-87. Routledge.
"Interactional Sociolinguistics." 2008. International Encyclopedia of Communication. Pp. 2314-2318. New York: Blackwell Publishers.
"Heteroglossia and boundaries". 2007. In Monica Heller (ed.), Bilingualism: Social and Political Approaches. pp. 257-274 New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
"Shifting Negotiations of Identity in a Dominican American Community". 2007. Latino Studies. Volume 5, Number 2, pp. 157-181.
Language, Race, and Negotiation of Identity: A Study of Dominican Americans. 2002. New York: LFB Scholarly Publishing.
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