Theory in Applied Linguistics Research
Critical approaches to production, performance and participation
AILA Review, Volume 28
Theresa Lillis | The Open University, UK
[AILA Review, 28] 2015. iii, 150 pp.
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Table of Contents
IntroductionTheresa Lillis | pp. 1–6
Meaning as a nonlinear effect: The birth of coolJan Blommaert | pp. 7–27
Embracing connectedness and change: A complex dynamic systems perspective for applied linguistic researchLynne Cameron | pp. 28–48
Semiotic work: Applied Linguistics and a social semiotic account of MultimodalityGunther Kress | pp. 49–71
The transformation of urban space: Agency and constraints in a peripheral district in the post-industrial city of MadridLuisa Martín Rojo & Cristina Portillo | pp. 72–102
What counts as language in South African schooling? Monoglossic ideologies and children’s participationCarolyn McKinney, Hannah Carrim, Alex Marshall & Laura Layton | pp. 103–126
The politics of English, language and uptake: The case of international academic journal article reviewsTheresa Lillis & Mary Jane Curry | pp. 127–150
Subjects & Metadata
BIC Subject: CFDC – Language acquisition
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General