Dr Guy Ramsay's current research interests include discourse analysis and narrative analysis in mental illness and related disorders in China and the Chinese diaspora.
Ramsay, Guy Chinese stories of drug addiction: beyond the opium dens. New York, NY United States: Routledge, 2016. doi:10.4324/9781315670904
Ramsay, G. Shaping Minds: A Discourse Analysis of Chinese-Language Community Mental Health Literature. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2008.
Ramsay, G. M. (2004). The Chinese diaspora in Torres Strait: Cross-cultural connections and contentions on Thursday Island. In A. Shnukal, G. Ramsay and Y. Nagata (Ed.), Navigating Boundaries: The Asian Diaspora in Torres Strait (pp. 53-79) Canberra: Pandanus Books.
Shnukal, A. and Ramsay, G. M. (2004). Tidal flows: An overview of Torres Strait Islander-Asian contact. In Shnukal, A., Ramsay, G. and Nagata, Y. (Ed.), Navigating Boundaries: The Asian Diaspora in Torres Strait (pp. 33-51) Canberra: Pandanus Books.
Ramsay, Guy (2015) Drug addiction as morality tale: behind China's anti-drugs campaign. Asian Currents, .
Ramsay, Guy (2010) Mainland Chinese family caregiver narratives in mental illness: Disruption and continuity. Asian Studies Review, 34 1: 83-103. doi:10.1080/10357820903568219
Ramsay, Guy M. (2009) Chinese mental illness narratives: Controlling the spirit. Communication and Medicine: An interdisciplinary Journal of Healthcare, Ethics and Society, 6 2: 189-198. doi:10.1558/cam.v6i2.189
Jiang, Wenying and Ramsay, Guy (2005) Rapport-building through call in teaching Chinese as a foreign language: An exploratory study. Language Learning and Technology, 9 2: 47-63.
Ramsay, G. (2003) Virtual learning communities beyond the classroom: perceptions of tertiary Chinese language and non-language learners. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, Series S 17: 3-24.
Guy, Ramsay and Shnukal, Anna (2003) ‘Aspirational Chinese’: achieving community prominence on Thursday Island, Northeast Australia. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 12 3: 337-359.
Ramsay, G. (2003) Cherbourg's Chinatown: creating an identity of place on an Australian Aboriginal settlement. Journal of Historical Geography, 29 1: 109-122. doi:10.1006/jhge.2002.0447
Ramsay, G. M. (2001) Rhetorical styles and newstext: A contrastive analysis of rhetorical relations in Chinese and Australian news-journal text. ASAA e-Journal of Asian Linguistics and Language Teaching, 1: 1-16.
Ramsay, G. M. (2001) What are they getting at? Placement of important ideas in lengthy Chinese newstext: A contrastive analysis with Australian newstext. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 24 2: 17-34.
Ramsay, G. M. (2001) Contentious connections: Removals, legislation and Indigenous-Chinese contacts. M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture, 4 1: 1-6.
Ramsay, G. M. (2001) Myth, moment and the challenge of identities: Stories from Australians of Indigenous and Chinese ancestry. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 22 3: 263-277. doi:10.1080/07256860120093993
Ramsay, G. M. (2000) The family and cultural identity in Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders of Chinese ancestry: a rural-urban divide. Journal of Family Studies, 6 2: 199-213.
Guy, Ramsay (2000) Linearity in rhetorical organisation: a comparative cross-cultural analysis of newstext from the People’s Republic of China and Australia.. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 10 2: 241-256. doi:10.1111/j.1473-4192.2000.tb00150.x
Ramsay, Guy (2004). (Mis)communicating mental health: The discursive form of Chinese-language psychoeducational literature. In: Robert Cribb, Asia Examined: Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, 2004, Canberra, Australia. 15th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, Canberra, Australia, (1-22). 29 June-2 July 2004.
Ramsay, G. M. (1999). We can do more than I: Perceptions of collaborative learning groups in the foreign language classroom. In: Effective Courses/Effective Teaching at University/Reflection on Practice/Practice on Reflection. Effective Courses,Effective Teaching at University, Women's College, University of Queensland, St Lucia, (1-11). 1-2 Nov 1999.