Language, Discourse and Mental Health
Exeter's Language, Discourse and Mental Health book series is a unique resource to further knowledge and understanding of mental health from a pluralistically informed linguistic perspective.
Using qualitative and quantitative approaches to language-based analysis, the empirical and theoretical contributions will provide a compelling insight on mental health from a range of perspectives and contexts, including psychotherapeutic communication, public presentations of mental health, literary accounts of lived experiences, and language features and phenomenology associated with specific mental health problems.
To discuss your book proposal, please contact the series editors:
Laura Cariola, Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh (email@example.com); Billy Lee, Lecturer in Psychology at the University of Edinburgh (firstname.lastname@example.org), Lisa Mikesell, Assistant Professor of Communication at Rutgers University, USA (email@example.com) and Michael Birch (Michael.Birch@mcla.edu) Professor of English & Communications at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, USA.