Diaz, Felix

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Diaz, Felix

Email Degree From Ph.D., Lancaster University, U.K.

Courses

  • Introduction to Social Psychology, PSY 102a
  • Abnormal Psychology, PSY 202a
  • Developmental Psychology, PSY 302a

Research Interests

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

Education

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

Publications

  • 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). Read more.
  • Díaz, F. (2017). Body Image as an Everyday Problematic: Looking good. London: Routledge.