It's a right laugh, this stuff. I could happily spend a lot of money on books: (unfortunately, I've gotten into a shift from monthly salary v hourly-paid month-in-arrears situation, which means we're for auld-clathes-and-porridge until the end of November). For now, though, I've got some articles to print off and get me started:
Baxter, J. (2002a) A juggling act: a feminist post-structuralist analysis of girls’ and boys’ talk in the secondary classroom. Gender and Education, 14, pp. 5–19.
Baxter, J. (2002b). Competing discourses in the classroom: A Post-structuralist discourse
analysis of girls’ and boys’ speech in public contexts. Discourse & Society,
Baxter, J. (2002c) Jokers in the Pack: why boys are more adept than girls at speaking in public. Language & Education , 16, 2, pp. 81-96
Cole, M. (2003) Might it be in the practice that it fails to succeed? A Marxist critique of claims
for postmodernism and poststructuralism as forces for social change and social justice,
British Journal of Sociology of Education, 24(4), 485–498.
Hammersley, M. (1997) ‘On the Foundations of Critical Discourse Analysis’, Language and
Communication 17(3): 237–48.
Iedema, R., & Wodak, R. (1999). Introduction: Organizational discourse and practices.
Discourse & Society, 10, 5–20.
[edit to finish list, 12.10.08]
Kumaravadivelu (1999) Critical Classroom Discourse Analysis. TESOL Quarterly 33 453-484
Luke (2002) Beyond Science and Ideology Critique: Developments in Critical Discourse Analyis. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics. 22 96-110
Mulderigg, J. (2003) Consuming education: a critical discourse analysis of social actors, Journal for
Critical Education Policy Studies, 1(1). Available online at: http://www.jceps.com/
Vaara et al (2006) Pulp and Paper Fiction: On the Discursive Legitimation of Global Industrial Restructuring. Organization Studies 2006; 27; 789
Van Leeuwen (1999) Legitimizing Immigration Control: a discourse historical analysis, Discourse Studies 1(1) 83-118