Cara Penry Williams


NameCara Penry Williams
Job titleSenior Lecturer in English Language
Research instituteCollege of Arts, Humanities and Education

Research outputs

A common language and shared understanding?: Corpus approaches in support of system responses to family violence

Penry Williams, Cara and Stebbins, Tonya N. 2023. A common language and shared understanding?: Corpus approaches in support of system responses to family violence. Corpora.

Discovering intercultural communication: From language users to language use

Kim, Hyejeong and Penry Williams, Cara 2021. Discovering intercultural communication: From language users to language use. Palgrave Macmillan/ Springer.

A sociolinguistic perspective on the (quasi-)modals of obligation and necessity in Australian English

Penry Williams, Cara and Korhonen, Minna 2020. A sociolinguistic perspective on the (quasi-)modals of obligation and necessity in Australian English. English World-Wide. https://doi.org/10.1075/eww.00051.pen

Here’s looking at youse: Understanding the place of yous(e) in Australian English

Mulder, Jean and Penry Williams, Cara 2020. Here’s looking at youse: Understanding the place of yous(e) in Australian English. in: Springer.

Losing people: a linguistic analysis of minimisation in First World War soldiers’ accounts of violence

Penry Williams, Cara and Rice-Whetton, John 2019. Losing people: a linguistic analysis of minimisation in First World War soldiers’ accounts of violence. in: Palgrave.

A preservice teacher’s learning of instructional scaffolding in the EAL practicum

Nguyen, Minh Hue and Penry Williams, Cara 2019. A preservice teacher’s learning of instructional scaffolding in the EAL practicum. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy.

Folklinguistics and social meaning in Australian English.

Penry Williams, Cara 2019. Folklinguistics and social meaning in Australian English. Routledge.

Sort of in Australian English: The elasticity of a pragmatic marker

Mulder, Jean, Penry Williams, Cara and Moore, Erin E. F. 2019. Sort of in Australian English: The elasticity of a pragmatic marker. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication. https://doi.org/10.1075/japc.00019.mul

Appeals to semiotic registers in ethno-metapragmatic accounts of variation

Penry Williams, Cara 2019. Appeals to semiotic registers in ethno-metapragmatic accounts of variation. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. https://doi.org/10.1111/jola.12213

Patient and clinician engagement with health information in the primary care waiting room: A mixed methods case study

Penry Williams, Cara, Elliott, Kristine, Gall, Jane and Woodward-Kron, Robyn 2019. Patient and clinician engagement with health information in the primary care waiting room: A mixed methods case study. Journal of Public Health Research. https://doi.org/10.4081/jphr.2019.1476

Understanding the place of Australian English: exploring folk linguistic accounts through contemporary Australian authors

Mulder, Jean and Penry Williams, Cara 2018. Understanding the place of Australian English: exploring folk linguistic accounts through contemporary Australian authors. Asian Englishes. https://doi.org/10.1080/13488678.2018.1422323
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