Felix Diaz


Ph.D., Lancaster University, U.K.,1994
B.Sc., Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain,1991

Research Interests

Pragmatics in disabled communication. Narrative and Identity, Refugees in the Balkans, Institutional Ethnography, Membership Categorization Analysis


Díaz, F., Lara, M.T., Botella, M. (1995). This ‘reification’ thing. Mannifold, 2(1): 34-47.
Smithson, J., & Díaz, F. (1996). Arguing for a collective voice. Text, 16(2): 151-168.
Antaki, C., Díaz, F., & Collins, A.F. (1996). Keeping your footing: Conversational sentence-completion in three-part sequences. Journal of Pragmatics, 25: 151-171.
Díaz, F., Antaki, C., Collins, A.F. (1996). Using completion to formulate a statement collectively, Journal of Pragmatics, 26: 525-542.
Díaz, F. (1998). Picturing our frames to reframe ourselves. Culture and Psychology, 4: 123-134.
Díaz, F. (1998). Review of “The Roots of Modern Social Psychology”, by Robert Farr. Mind, Culture and Activity, 5(4): 309-316.
Díaz, F. (2000). Culture at all points, including militarism. Culture and Psychology, 6(3): 333-352.
Díaz, F. (2000). The social organization of chemotherapy treatment consultations. Sociology of Health and Illness, 22(3): 364-389.
Díaz, F. (2014) Category Sets and Category Bound Activities: Identity from the standpoint of members. In Nikos Bozatzis and Thalia Dragonas (eds.) The Discursive Turn in Social Psychology, Chagrin Falls: Taos Institute, pp. 63-73.
Díaz, F. (2014). Institutional Ethnography and Membership Categorization Analysis on the Gypsy Side of Social Life. In Eduardo de Gregorio-Godeo and Ángel Mateos-Aparicio (coords.), Constructing Selves, Cuenca: UCLM, pp. 227-40, 2014.
Díaz, F., Solano, N., Solbes, I. & Calderón, S. (2015). Eating Disorders in the course of life: A qualitative approach to vital change. European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling, 17 (2), http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/136425...
Díaz, F. (2017). Body Image as an Everyday Problematic: Looking good. London: Routledge.

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