Flight Attendant Language and Barbara Clark’s research

A former flight attendant, Dr Barbara Clark has been doing research on flight attendant language for over 7 years. If you click here, you can listen to a podcast interview with her. This link takes you to her website, and this to her company’s blog. And here’s a list of her publications: 


Clark, B. (2013). Safety talk and service culture: Flight attendant discourse in commercial aviation. (Phd Thesis). Queen Mary, University of London, U.K.

Clark, B. (2010). Constructing flight attendant identity in safety reports to a government agencyProceedings of the Summer School of Sociolinguistics, University of Edinburgh. 

Clark, B. (2007). Plane talk: Flight attendant identity construction and inter-crew communication. (Master thesis). Queen Mary, University of London, U.K. 



About Natália Guerreiro

English language teacher from Brazil, working with the teaching and testing of air traffic controllers since December 2009.
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