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Journal Articles

Plamadeala, C and Tileaga, C (2021) The moral career of a suspected legionary: Psychological language in the Securitate archives, East European Politics and Societies, ISSN: 0888-3254. DOI: 10.1177/08883254211025603.

Tileaga, C, Popoviciu, S, Aldridge, J (2021) Short-term ethnography and women’s voices: Insights from fieldwork with Roma communities, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 48(5), pp.1246-1263, ISSN: 1369-183X. DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2021.1941819.

Demasi, MA and Tileaga, C (2021) Rhetoric of derisive laughter in political debates on the EU, Qualitative Psychology, 8(3), pp.328-342, ISSN: 2326-3601. DOI: 10.1037/qup0000156.

Huma, B, Alexander, M, Stokoe, E, Tileaga, C (2020) Introduction to special issue on discursive psychology, Qualitative Research in Psychology, 17(3), pp.313-335, ISSN: 1478-0887. DOI: 10.1080/14780887.2020.1729910.

Popoviciu, S and Tileaga, C (2019) Subtle forms of racism in strategy documents concerning Roma inclusion, Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 30(1), pp.85-102, ISSN: 1052-9284. DOI: 10.1002/casp.2430.

Tileaga, C (2019) Communicating misogyny: an interdisciplinary research agenda for social psychology, Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 13(7), e12491, ISSN: 1751-9004. DOI: 10.1111/spc3.12491.

Popoviciu, S and Tileaga, C (2019) Romani women’s voices in national strategy documents on social inclusion, Inovatia Sociala, 11(1), ISSN: 2065-8389.

Tileaga, C and Popoviciu, S (2018) Where next for migrant Roma communities post-Brexit?, openDemocracy.

Byford, JT and Tileaga, C (2017) Accounts of a troubled past: psychology, history and texts of experience, Qualitative Psychology, ISSN: 2326-3598.

Tileaga, C and Byford, JT (2017) Qualitative psychology and the archive, Qualitative Psychology, ISSN: 2326-3598. DOI: 10.1037/qup0000083.

Tileaga, C and Byford, JT (2014) Social psychology, history and the study of the Holocaust: the perils of interdisciplinary ‘borrowing’, Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 20(4), pp.349-364, ISSN: 1078-1919. DOI: 10.1037/pac0000054.

Gilbert, K, Tileaga, C, Cahill, S (2014) Dilemmas of long-term unemployment: Talking about constraint, self-determination and the future, International Journal of Education and Psychology in the Community, 4(1&2), pp.7-33, ISSN: 2069-4695.

Tileaga, C (Accepted for publication) Public apologia, moral transgression and degradation ceremonies, Psihologia Sociala, 30, pp.67-78.

Tileagă, C (2012) Communism and the meaning of social memory: towards a critical-interpretive approach, Integr Psychol Behav Sci, 46(4), pp.475-492, DOI: 10.1007/s12124-012-9207-x.

Augoustinos, M and Tileagă, C (2012) Twenty five years of discursive psychology, Br J Soc Psychol, 51(3), pp.405-412, DOI: 10.1111/j.2044-8309.2012.02096.x.

Tileaga, C (2012) The right measure of guilt: Moral reasoning, transgression and the social construction of moral meanings, Discourse and Communication, 6(2), pp.203-222, ISSN: 1750-4813. DOI: 10.1177/1750481312437443.

Tileaga, C (2012) Communism in retrospect: the rhetoric of historical representation and writing the collective memory of recent past, Memory Studies, 5, pp.0-0, DOI: 10.1177/1750698011434042.

Billig, M, Antaki, C, Butter, C, Cramer, D, Edwards, D, Hepburn, A, Kent, A, Potter, J, Wilkinson, S, Tileaga, C (2011) Benchmarking and social psychology, PSYCHOLOGIST, 24(10), pp.710-711, ISSN: 0952-8229.

Merino, M and Tileaga, C (2011) La construcción de identidad de minorías étnicas: un enfoque discursivo psicológico a la autodefinición étnica en acción (the construction of ethnic minority identity: a discursive psychological approach to ethnic self-definition in action), Discurso & Sociedad, 5(3), pp.569-594, ISSN: 1887-4606.

Tileaga, C (2011) Re-writing biography: Memory, identity and textually-mediated reality in coming to terms with the past, Culture & Psychology, Vol 17 (2), pp.197-215.

Potter, J, Hepburn, A, Tileaga, C (2011) Inequality in action, International Journal of Education and Psychology in the Community, Vol 1, pp.43-60.

Tileaga, C (2011) Context, mental models and discourse analysis, Journal of Sociolinguistics, 15(1), pp.124-134.

Merino, M-E and Tileaga, C (2011) The construction of ethnic minority identity: A discursive psychological approach to ethnic self-definition in action, DISCOURSE & SOCIETY, 22(1), pp.86-101, ISSN: 0957-9265. DOI: 10.1177/0957926510382834.

Tileaga, C (2010) Political Accountability, Public Constitution of Recent Past and the Collective Memory of Socio-Political Events: A Discursive Analysis, JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY & APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 20(5), pp.363-376, ISSN: 1052-9284. DOI: 10.1002/casp.1043.

Tileaga, C (2010) The Poetics of Memory in Post-Totalitarian Narration, MEMORY STUDIES, 3(2), pp.179-183, ISSN: 1750-6980. DOI: 10.1177/1750698009355679.

Tileaga, C (2010) Cautious morality: public accountability, moral order and accounting for a conflict of interest, Discourse Studies, 12(2), pp.223-239.

Tileaga, C (2009) The social organization of representations of history: the textual accomplishment of coming to terms with the past, British Journal of Social Psychology, 48, pp.337-355.

Tileaga, C (2008) What is a 'revolution'?: National commemoration, collective memory and managing authenticity in the representation of a political event, Discourse and Society, 19(3), pp.359-382.

Tileaga, C (2007) Ideologies of moral exclusion: a critical discursive reframing of depersonalization delegitimization and dehumanization, British Journal of Social Psychology, 46(4), pp.717-737.

Tileaga, C (2006) Representing the 'other': a discursive analysis of prejudice and moral exclusion in talk about Romanies, Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 16(1), pp.19-41.

Tileaga, C (2006) Beyond prejudice: the rhetoric of extreme difference and moral exclusion, Quaderns de Filologia (Discourse Studies): An international journal, 11, pp.289-300.

Tileaga, C (2006) Discourse, dominance and power relations: inequality as a social and interactional object, Ethnicities, 6(4), pp.476-497.

Tileaga, C (2005) Accounting for extreme prejudice and legitimating blame in talk about the Romanies, Discourse and Society, 16(5), pp.603-624.

Tileaga, C (2005) Talking about integration and discrimination: accomplishing 'difference' and 'foreignness' in Romanian talk about the Romanies, International Journal of Critical Psychology, 14, pp.119-137.

Tileaga, C (2005) Discourse and politics in Romania: Dilemmas of tolerance and prejudice in talk about ethnic minorities, Scientific Annals of the University of Oradea (Paychology Section), Romania, VII, tba.

Tileaga C, (2005) A szélsőséges előítélet magyarázata és a vádolás legitimációja a romákról szóló beszédben, Replika, 53(1), pp.35-53.

Tileaga, C (2003) Exploring prejudice. discrimination and racism: a view from discursive social psychology, Scientific Annals of the University of Oradea (Psychology Section), Romania, III, pp.72-96.

Tileaga, C (2002) Analiza discursului si studiul atitudinilor: o introducere in psihologia sociala discursiva (Discourse analysis and the study of attitudes: an introduction to discursive social psychology), Social Psychology (Psihologia Sociala), 10, pp.110-133.

Tileaga, C (2001) Discutie de grup si polarizare: intarirea si extremizarea opiniilor (Group discussion and polarization: strengthening and extremization of opinions), Journal of Applied Psychology (Revista de Psihologie Aplicata), 2, pp.31-46.

Tileaga, C (1999) Polarizarea colectiva: intre ipoteze si certitudini (Group polarization: between hypotheses and certainy), Scientific Annals of the University 'Al.l.Cuza' of lasi (Psychology Section), VIII, pp.125-148.

Tileaga, C (1999) Segregatie si educatie speciala (Segregation and special education), Psyche, no.1, pp.9-15.



Conferences

Tileaga, C (2017) Promises and challenges in the discursive study of social representations of history. In International Society of Political Psychology Annual Conference, Edinburgh.

Tileaga, C (2016) Accounts of a troubled past: Discursive psychology, history, and memory. In International Society of Political Psychology Annual Conference, Warsaw.

Tileaga, C (2015) Prejudice and common sense: social representations and moral worth. In Social and Developmental Psychology Section Conference, Manchester.

Tileaga, C (2014) "The Roma cannot just go anywhere": Discourse, dignity and moral exclusion. In International Society of Political Psychology, Rome, p.0.

Tileaga, C (2012) Text, talk and memory: collective memory and discourse analysis. In Discourse-Communication-Conversation first European conference, Loughborough, Communication Research Centre, p.0.

Tileaga, C (2012) Conceptions of memory, political science, and coming to terms with the past. In International Society of Political Psychology Annual Conference, Chicago, USA, p.0.

Tileaga, C and Gilbert, K (2012) Talking (long-term) unemployment: ideological dilemmas and ideological constraint. In International Society of Political Psychology Annual Conference, Chicago, USA, p.0.

Tileaga, C (2011) You can’t really trust anyone anymore: Trust, moral identity and the social production of coming to terms with the past. In International Society of Political Psychology Annual Conference, Istanbul, p.0.

Tileaga, C (2010) Michael Billig and the pleasure of the text. In British Psychological Society, Social Psychology Section, Winchester, tba.

Tileaga, C (2010) The scientific production of history. In International Society of Political Psychology Annual Conference, San Francisco, tba.

Tileaga, C (2009) Reconciliation, History and Memory in the Tismaneanu Report Condemning Communism in Romania. In Beyond Reconciliation International Conference, Cape Town, tba.

Tileaga, C (2009) Public discourse, political accountability and the collective memory of socio-political events: A discourse analysis. In European Sociological Association conference, Lisbon, tba.

Tileaga, C (2009) (Re)constituting biography: the social accomplishment of memory and public confession. In International Society of Political Psychology Annual Conference, Dublin, tba.

Tileaga, C (2008) The textual accomplishment of social representations of history: coming to terms with the past in an Eastern European context. In International Society of Political Psychology Annual conference, Paris, tba.

Tileaga, C (2007) The public accomplishment of disclosure and reconciliation with the past. In BPS Social Psychology Section Conference, Canterbury, tba.

Tileaga, C (2007) Mea culpa: the situated production and politics of public disclosure and reconciliation with the past, International Society for Theoretical Psychology. In Theoretical psychology beyond borders: transdisciplinarity and internationalization, Toronto, tba.

Tileaga, C (2007) Constructing the 'Revolution': Social change, national commemoration and the management of accountability and legitimacy in Romanian political discourse. In Change and Resistance: An international conference on social transformations and education, Gdansk, tba.

Tileaga, C (2006) Discourses of transition, national commemoration and ideologies of 'freedom'; accountability, entitlement and the management of category membership. In International Society of Political Psychology Annual Conference, Barcelona, tba.

Tileaga, C and Cramer, D (2006) Helpful and unhelpful responses in couples talking about personal upset. In International Association for Relationship Research Conference, Rethymno, Crete, tba.

Tileaga, C (2005) The rhetoric of comparison / differentiation: accomplishing prejudice and tolerance in talk about ethnic minorities. In British Psychological Society. Social Psychology Section Conference, Edinburgh, tba.

Tileaga, C (2005) Discourse and Politics: Dilemmas of tolerance and prejudice in talk about ethnic minorities. In Dilemmas of the post-communist condition, Wolverhampton, tba.

Tileaga, C (2004) National identitiy, stereotyping and place: the case of Hungarians in Romania. In 27th Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, Lund, Sweden, tba.

Tileaga, C (2004) Beyond stereotypes: ideologies of exclusion in Romanian talk about the Romanies. In 1st International Critical Discourse Analysis Conference, Valencia, Spain, tba.

Tileaga, C (2003) Talking about discrimination and integration: accomplishing blame in talk about Romanies. In British Psychological Society, London School of Economics and Political Science, tba.

Tileaga, C (2003) Accounting for extreme prejudice and legitimating blame in talk about the Romanies. In International Critical Psychology Conference. Discursive Psychology Symposium, University of Bath, tba.



Books

Tileaga, C (ed) (2021) Routledge Handbook of Discrimination, Prejudice and Stereotyping, Routledge, ISBN: 9780367223694.

Tileagă, C, Augoustinos, M, Durrheim, K (2021) The Routledge international handbook of discrimination, prejudice and stereotyping,ISBN: 9780367223694. DOI: 10.4324/9780429274558.

Demasi, M, Burke, S, Tileaga, C (ed) (2021) Political Communication Discursive Perspectives, Palgrave Macmillan, ISBN: 9783030602222.

Tileaga, C (2018) Representing communism after the fall discourse, memory, and historical redress, Palgrave MacMillan, ISBN: 9783319973944.

Tileaga, C (2016) Political Psychology: Critical Perspectives (Arabic translation), Kuwait National Council of Culture Arts and Letters, ISBN: 978-99906-0-501-3.

Tileaga, C and Byford, J (ed) (2015) Psychology and History: Interdisciplinary Explorations, Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 9781316502846.

Tileaga, C and Stokoe, E (2015) Discursive Psychology: Classic and Contemporary Issues, Routledge, ISBN: 9780415721608.

Tileaga, C (2015) The Nature of Prejudice: Society, Discrimination and Moral Exclusion, Routledge, ISBN: 978-0415839853. DOI: 10.4324/9780203770696.

Tileaga, C (2013) Political Psychology: Critical Perspectives, Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 9781107017689.

Tileaga, C (2012) Discourse analysis and researching coming to terms with the past: studies in discursive psychology [Analiza discursului si reconcilierea cu trecutul recent: studii de psihologie sociala discursiva], Editura Primus [Primus Publishing], ISBN: 9786068318103.

Edwards, D and Potter, J (1992) Discursive Psychology, Sage, ISBN: 0 8039 8442 1.



Chapters

Tileaga, C and Augoustinos, M (2022) Critical perspectives in political psychology. In Osborne, D and Sibley, CG (ed) The Cambridge Handbook of Political Psychology, Cambridge University Press, pp.640-655, ISBN: 9781108779104. DOI: 10.1017/9781108779104.043.

Tileagă, C, Durrheim, K, Augoustinos, M (2021) Future directions of research on prejudice, stereotyping and discrimination. In The Routledge International Handbook of Discrimination, Prejudice and Stereotyping, pp.303-310, ISBN: 9780367223694. DOI: 10.4324/9780429274558-21.

Tileagă, C, Augoustinos, M, Durrheim, K (2021) Towards a new sociological social psychology of prejudice, stereotyping and discrimination. In The Routledge International Handbook of Discrimination, Prejudice and Stereotyping, pp.3-9, ISBN: 9780367223694. DOI: 10.4324/9780429274558-1.

Popoviciu, S and Tileagă, C (2021) Roma prejudices in the European Union: Responses to structural inequality. In The Routledge International Handbook of Discrimination, Prejudice and Stereotyping, pp.90-103, ISBN: 9780367223694. DOI: 10.4324/9780429274558-7.

Tileaga, C, Durrheim, K, Augoustinos, M (2021) Future directions of research on prejudice, stereotyping and discrimination. In Tileagă, C, Augoustinos, M, Durrheim, K (ed) The Routledge International Handbook of Discrimination, Prejudice and Stereotyping, Routledge, pp.303-310, ISBN: 9780367223694. DOI: 10.4324/9780429274558.

Tileaga, C, Augoustinos, M, Durrheim, K (2021) Toward a new sociological social psychology of prejudice, stereotyping and discrimination. In Routledge Handbook of Prejudice, Stereotyping and Discrimination, Routledge, pp.0-0.

Tileaga, C, Demasi, M, Burke, S (2021) The discursive psychology of political communication. In Demasi, MA, Burke, S, Tileagă, C (ed) Political Communication: Discursive Perspectives, Palgrave, pp.1-32, ISBN: 9783030602222.

Tileagă, C (2018) Introduction: what does coming to terms with the past mean?. In Representing Communism After the Fall Discourse, Memory, and Historical Redress, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.1-22, ISBN: 9783319973937.

Tileaga, C (2018) Troubled pasts, collective memory and collective futures. In Imagining Collective Futures: Perspectives from Social, Cultural and Political Psychology, Palgrave Macmillan, pp.153-172, ISBN: 9783319760513.

Tileaga, C (2018) Discursive psychology and social practices of avoidance. In Discourse, peace and conflict: Discursive psychology perspectives, © Springer, pp.0-0, ISBN: 9783319990941. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-99094-1.

Tileaga, C (2017) Conception of memory and historical redress. In Justice, Memory and Redress: New Insights from Romania, © Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp.0-0, ISBN: 9781443831529.

Tileaga, C (2017) On social memory, paradoxes of opinion and the democratic competence of citizens. In Social and cultural approaches to democracy, pp.0-0, ISBN: 9781641131759.

Tileagă, C (2016) Extending the social psychology of racism: A framework for critical analysis. In Hammack, PL (ed) The Oxford Handbook of Social Psychology and Social Justice, Oxford handbooks online, pp.97-111, ISBN: 9780199938735. DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199938735.013.8.

Tileaga, C (2015) Account giving and soliciting. In International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction, © Wiley, p.0, ISBN: 9781118611463. DOI: 10.1002/9781118611463.wbielsi087.

Tileaga, C and Stokoe, E (2015) Introduction: The evolution of discursive psychology: From Classic to contemporary themes. In Unknown Parent Title, © Taylor and Francis (Routledge),ISBN: 9780415721608.

Tileaga, C and Byford, J (2014) Introduction: psychology and history – themes, debates, overlaps and borrowings [Psychology and history: interdisciplinary explorations]. In Psychology and History: Interdisciplinary Explorations, Cambridge University Press, pp.1-12, ISBN: 978-1107034310.

Tileaga, C and Byford, J (2014) Psychology and history: themes, debates, overlaps and borrowings. In Psychology and History: Interdisciplinary Explorations, Cambridge University Press, pp.1-12.

Tileagă, C and Byford, J (2014) Conclusion: barriers to and promises of the interdisciplinary dialogue between psychology and history. In Psychology and History, Cambridge University Press, pp.284-297, DOI: 10.1017/cbo9781139525404.019.

Tileaga, C (2014) “You can’t really trust anyone anymore”: Trust, moral identity and coming to terms with the past. In Linell, P and Markova, I (ed) Dialogical Approaches to Trust in Communication, Information Age Publishing. Charlotte, NC, pp.51-68.

Tileaga, C (2014) Prejudice as collective definition: Ideology, discourse and moral exclusion. In Rhetoric, ideology and social psychology: Essays in honour of Michael Billig, © Routledge, pp.71-82, ISBN: 9780415820677.

Tileaga, C and Byford, JT (2014) Conclusion: barriers to and promises of the interdisciplinary dialogue between psychology and history. In Psychology and History: Interdisciplinary Explorations, © Cambridge University Press (CUP), pp.284-297.

Condor, S (2014) Small words, large circles and the spirit of contradiction: celebrating Michael Billig’s contribution to the social sciences. In Rhetoric, Ideology and Social Psychology, Routledge / © C. Antaki and S. Condor, pp.1-16, ISBN: 9780415820677.

Tileaga, C (2013) Introduction: political psychology as an interpretive field. In Political Psychology Critical Perspectives, Cambridge University Press, pp.1-8, ISBN: 9781107017689.

Condor, S, Tileaga, C, Billig, M (2013) Political rhetoric. In Huddy, L, Sears, DO, Levy, JS (ed) Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology, Oxford University Press, p.0.

Tileaga, C (2013) Apologia. In Keightley, E and Pickering, M (ed) Research Methods in Memory Studies, Edinburgh University Press, pp.185-199.

Tileaga, C (2009) Mea culpa: the social production of public disclosure and reconciliation with the past. In Galasinska, A and eds, MK (ed) Discourse and Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe, Palgrave (Language and Globalisation series), pp.173-187.

Popoviciu, S and Tileaga, C (Accepted for publication) Roma prejudices in the European Union: responses to structural inequality. In Tileagă, C, Augoustinos, M, Durrheim, K (ed) The Routledge International Handbook of Discrimination, Prejudice and Stereotyping, Routledge,ISBN: 9780367223694. DOI: 10.4324/9780429274558.



Reports

Aldridge, J, Tileaga, C, Popoviciu, S (2019) Drivers of Roma Migration: Understanding migration in politically uncertain times, pp.1-25, Research England.

Tileaga, C, Aldridge, J, Lumsden, K (2019) Roma community perspectives on migration to the UK, pp.1-22, ISBN: 9781911217237.

Tileaga, C, Aldridge, J, Popoviciu, S (2019) Drivers of Roma migration: Understanding migration in politically uncertain times.

Mills Powell, D, Spiers, L, Tileaga, C, Dell, P, Gilbert, K (2008) Mediation with a Counsellor: Pilot Evaluation Report, pp.tba-tba, Relate Council and Communities and Local Government.



Other

Tileaga, C (2016) Chair and convenor of panel “Discursive psychology: contemporary approaches”.



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