Research Publications for Amanda J Bateman

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  • Bateman, A., & Church, A. (2017). Children’s knowledge-in-interaction: An introduction. In A. Bateman, & A. Church (Eds.), Children’s Knowledge-in-Interaction Studies in Conversation Analysis (pp. 1-12). Springer. Retrieved from

  • Bateman, A., & Carr, M. (2017). Pursuing a telling: Managing a multi-unit turn in children’s storytelling. In A. Bateman, & A. Church (Eds.), Children’s Knowledge-in-Interaction. Studies in Conversation Analysis (pp. 91-109). Springer. Retrieved from

  • Mitchell, L., Bateman, A. J., Gerrity, R., & Myint, H. (2017). Bridging transitions through cultural understanding and identity. In N. Ballam, B. Perry, & A. Garpelin (Eds.), Pedagogies of Educational Transitions European and Antipodean Research (Vol. 16, pp. 29-42). Springer. Retrieved from

  • Gunnarsdottir, B., & Bateman, A. (2017). Toddler agency and conversation analysis. Early Childhood Folio, 21(1), 33-38. Retrieved from

  • Bateman, A., & Church, A. (2017). Children’s use of objects in an early years playground. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 25(1), 55-71. doi:10.1080/1350293X.2016.1266221

  • Bateman, A. (2017). Hearing children’s voices through a conversation analysis approach. International Journal of Early Years Education, 1-16. doi:10.1080/09669760.2017.1344624

  • Bateman, A. (2017). Storytelling and early literacy practices. In Teacher Magazine (Iss. The Research Files Episode 28). Online: Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). Retrieved from

  • Reese, E., Gunn, A., Bateman, A. J., & Carr, M. (2016). Telling stories about learning stories. In NZARE Annual Conference 2016: The Politics of Learning. Conference held at Victoria University, Wellington.

  • Bateman, A. (2016). Ventriloquism as early literacy practice: making meaning in pretend play. Early Years, 1-18. doi:10.1080/09575146.2016.1254162

  • Bateman, A. J., Danby, S., & Howard, J. (2016). Living in a broken world: how young children’s well-being is supported through playing out their earthquake experiences. In C. Clark (Ed.), Play and Wellbeing (pp. 44-61). Routledge.

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