Rogerson-Revell, P. (2011) English phonology and pronunciation teaching. Continuum Press.
Rogerson-Revell, P. (2011) Chairing international business meetings: investigating humour and leadership style in the workplace. In Angouri, J. and Marra, M. (eds) Constructing Identities at Work, London:Palgrave.
Rogerson-Revell, P. (2012) Can or should we teach intonation? IATEFL Pronunciation SIG Newsletter 47:16-20.
Rogerson-Revell, P, Armellini, A. And Nie, M. (2012) ‘A cost benefit analysis of voice boards, e-book readers and virtual worlds in distance education’ Open Learning, vol 27, (2):103-119.
Rogerson-Revell, P & Louhiala-Salminen, L. (2010) ‘An introduction to Language Matters, Part Two, Journal of Business Communication vol 47, (2): 375-379.
Rogerson-Revell, P. (2010) Can you Spell that for us Non-Native Speakers?: Accommodation Strategies in International Business Meetings, Journal of Business Communication vol 47, (2): 432-454.
Louhiala-Salminen, L. & Rogerson-Revell, P (2010) ‘Language Matters: an introduction, Part One, Journal of Business Communication vol 47, (1):91-96.
Rogerson-Revell,P.(2008) Participation and performance in international business meetings, English for Specific Purposes 27, 338-360.
E. Oral, P.M. Rogerson-Revell, J.P. Pantouvakis, M. Maier, M. Oral,Arzu kiliç, G. Mistikoglu, E. Erdis & O. Mistikoglu (2008)Enhancing Vocational Language Skills and Working Culture Awareness of European Construction Professionals. PM World Today, Vol X Issue VII.
Rogerson-Revell, P. (2007) Directions in e-learning tools and technologies and their relevance to online distance language education. Open Learning, 22,1, 57-74.
Rogerson-Revell, P (2007) Using English for International Business: a European case study. English for Specific Purposes 26, 1, 103-120.
Rogerson-Revell,P. (2007) Humour in Business: a double-edged sword. A study of humour and style shifting in intercultural business meetings. Journal of Pragmatics 39, p4-28.
Recent Conference Presentations
2012 - 'English as a lingua franca in Europe:an investigation of international communication and intelligibility in the EU workplace' with Zoghbor, W. English in Europe conference, University of Sheffield.
2012 - 'Can and should we teach intonation?' Pronunciation SIG, 46th Annual International IATEFL Conference, Glasgow.
2011 – ‘Chairing international business meetings: investigating humour and the construction of leadership identity in the multinational workplace’ Bloomsbury Round Table on Language, Identity, and Intercultural Communication Birkbeck College, London
Dutch Accents in English symposium (2010). 'Pronunciation in Lingua Franca communication', University of Utrecht and Free University of Amsterdam - Keynote speaker.
EUROCALL 2010 Languages, cultures and virtual communities, University of Bordeaux, France. 'Exploring the use of new technologies (e-book readers, Second Life and podcasting) to enhance the distance learning experience'.
10th Association of Business Communication (ABC) Convention (2010) Antwerp. 'Pronunciation in International Business'.
'A Word in you Ear' International Conference on Audio Podcasting. (2009)Sheffield Hallam University. With Diane Davies and Gabi Witthaus 'An exploratory study of speech styles in audio feedback to M-level students'.
International Conference on English Pronunciation: Issues & Practices(EPIP) (2009) University of Savoie, Chambéry, France. Pronunciation matters: using English for international business communication’
2nd ELF Forum (2009) University of Southampton, 'Accommodation and Contexting in International Business Meetings'.
8th International TEFL Conference, (2008) University of Damascus, Syria – Keynote speaker 'Culture in the Language Classroom'.