Applied Linguistics in Latin America
AILA Review, Volume 18
| State University at Campinas, Brazil
The focus of AILA Review 18 is on Latin America, a huge land mass stretching over as many as 33 different nations and another 13 political units. Applied linguistics has come of age in Latin America and is currently in a state of great activity. This AILA Review volume is testimony of this development and does honor to the robust tradition of critical thinking in Latin America.
[AILA Review, 18] 2005. 100 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
IntroductionKanavillil Rajagopalan | pp. 1–2
Dialogue and confrontation in Venezuelan political interactionAdriana Bolívar | pp. 3–17
Code switching and identity in the discourse of Catalan immigrants in MexicoCarmen Curcó | pp. 18–40
Critical thinking in reflective sessions and in online interactionsMaria Antonieta Alba Celani & Heloisa Collins | pp. 41–57
Telling stories in two psychiatric interviews: A discussion on frame and narrativeBranca Telles Ribeiro & Liliana Cabral Bastos | pp. 58–75
Language politics in Latin AmericaKanavillil Rajagopalan | pp. 76–93
Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General