She has contributed to numerous BBC radio programmes, including Woman’s Hour, Word of Mouth, Thinking Allowed and Fry’s English Delight.
She also blogs about linguistic issues for Berfrois and Language On The Move, and for many years she was involved in producing and writing the feminist magazine Trouble & Strife.
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Since coming to Oxford she has become increasingly involved in communicating with a wider audience about language and linguistic research.
In 2007 she published The Myth of Mars and Venus, a general-interest book about language and gender differences, parts of which were serialized in The Guardian newspaper.
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Among the research topics she has supervised (at doctoral, Masters or advanced undergraduate level) are: the linguistic behaviour of women MPs in debates in the House of Commons, gender and culture as influences on call centre agents’ speech styles, sexism in pedagogical dictionaries, the spellings used in Black Country dialect poetry, the representation of the phone-hacking scandal in British newspapers and the media representation of sexual violence in conflict situations.
She is currently supervising projects on young adults' speech in Vilnius, Lithuania and the use of English on gay dating websites in Serbia.