Peter Bull language and communication

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Book Chapters


BULL P. & DOODY, J.P. Gesture and Body Movement. In J.A. Hall & M.L. Knapp (Eds.) Handbook of Nonverbal Communication, 205-228 (Handbooks of Communication Science, HOCS 2). Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.

FETZER, A. & BULL, P. Political interviews in context. In P. Cap & U. Okulska (Eds.) Analyzing Genres in Political Communication: Theory and Practice, 73-99. DAPSAC, Amsterdam: John Benjamins.


BULL P. Watchdogs or guard dogs? Adversarial discourse in political journalism. In L. Berlin, L. & A. Fetzer, (Eds.) Dialogue in Politics, 69-87. John Benjamins Publishing Company: Amsterdam.

BULL, P. Gestures. In V. S. Ramachandran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Behavior (2nd Ed.). Oxford: Elsevier.

BULL, P. Adversarialism in British political interviews. In P. Amey & P. Leroux (Eds), L'échange politique ŕ la télévision. Interviews, débats et divertissements politiques, 179-190. Paris : L'Harmattan. Coll. Communication et Civilisation.

BULL, P. & FELDMAN, O. Theory and Practice in Political Discourse Research. In R. Sun (Ed.), Grounding Social Sciences in Cognitive Sciences, 157-182. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.


BULL, P. What makes a successful politician? The social skills of politics. In A. Weinberg (Ed.), The Psychology of Politicians, 61-75. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


BULL, P. Equivocation and communicative skill. In M.B. Hinner (Ed.), The interrelationship of business and communication, 69-84. Frankfurt am Main, Germany: Peter Lang GmbH.


BULL, P. Techniques of political interview analysis. In Álvarez-Benito, G., Fernández-Díaz, G., & Íńigo-Mora, I. (Eds.) Discourse and Politics, Chapter 13, 215-228. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

BULL, P. Detecting deceit: current issues. In Williamson, T., Milne, R., and Savage, S. (Eds.). International Developments in Investigative Interviewing, Chapter 10, 190-206. Cullompton: Willan.