Edward Reynolds has a PHD in communication and currently teaches language and social interaction in the Department of Communication at the University of New Hampshire. Edward’s research explores topics of conflict and the body in human communication. Edward has explored both everyday contexts of conflict, medical settings and the sport of powerlifting. Edward has published on conflict and deception in journals such as the British Journal of Social Psychology and Discourse Studies. Edward is also a competitive powerlifter, coach and referee.
Ph.D., University of Queensland
M.A., Australian National University
B.A., Australian National University
Communication scholarship on sport and medicine which is real world and experiential
Sociology of Language
CMN 457: Intro Lang & Soc Interaction
CMN 572: Analysis Lang & Soc Interactn
CMN 598: Spc Top/Interpersonal
CMN 599: Internship
CMN 666: Conversation Analysis
CMN 698: Seminar Interpersonal Studies
CMN 702: Sem/Interpersonal Comm Theory
Reynolds, E. (2017). Description of membership and enacting membership: Seeing-a-lift, being a team. Journal of Pragmatics, 118, 99-119. doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2017.05.008
Evans, B., & Reynolds, E. (2016). The Organization of Corrective Demonstrations Using Embodied Action in Sports Coaching Feedback. Symbolic Interaction, 39(4), 525-556. doi:10.1002/symb.255
Reynolds, E. (2015). How participants in arguments challenge the normative position of an opponent. Discourse Studies, 17(3), 299-316. doi:10.1177/1461445615571198
Reynolds, E. J., & Fitzgerald, R. (2015). Challenging Normativity: re-appraising category, bound, tied and predicated features. In R. Fitzgerald, & W. Housley (Eds.), Advances in Membership Categorisation Analysis. Sage Publications Limited.
Reynolds, E., Harris, J., Rintel, S., Danby, S., & Theobald, M. (2012). “What’s going on here?” The pedagogy of a data analysis session.. In S. Danby, & A. Lee (Eds.), Reshaping Doctoral Education International Approaches and Pedagogies (pp. 86-93). Routledge.
Reynolds, E., & Rendle-Short, J. (2011). Cues to deception in context: Response latency/gaps in denials and blame shifting. British Journal of Social Psychology, 50(3), 431-449. doi:10.1348/014466610X520104
Reynolds, E. (2011). Enticing a challengeable in arguments. Pragmatics, 21(3), 411-430. doi:10.1075/prag.21.3.06rey