Australian Review of Applied Linguistics

Online-First Articles

The following articles have been published online-first, and have not yet been published in an issue.

19 May 2022

Phones as a semiotic disadvantage: English as a Foreign language migrants in Australia
Stephanie Dryden | 21 pp.
Translingual practices and national identity mediated in the semiotized digital spaces
Shaila Sultana | 23 pp.

16 May 2022

Ron Darvin | 3 pp.
The sound of absent-presence: Towards formulating a sociolinguistics of the spectre
Ana Deumert | 19 pp.
Doing penance as a nexus of practice: Linguistic and semiotic resources in the social practice of mourning ceremonies
Dariush Izadi | 21 pp.
Sojourner experiences and spatial repertoires: Space and positioning in the proficiency of an academic spouse
Jade Sandbulte and Suresh Canagarajah | 21 pp.

8 February 2022

Review of Kramsch (2021): Language as symbolic power
Muhammad Afzaal and Kanglong Liu | 6 pp.

6 January 2022

Pseudo-compliance or convergence? Content teachers work together to learn about language
Margaret Gleeson | 25 pp.

21 December 2021

International students’ language socialization in an English-medium university: A socio-spatial lens
Behnam Soltani and Lawrence Jun Zhang | 24 pp.

17 December 2021

Review of Chapelle (2020): The concise Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics
Ali Shehadeh | 5 pp.

2 August 2021

Understanding textual meaning-making in Chinese high school EFL learners’ writing: A systemic functional perspective
Winfred Wenhui Xuan and Dongbing Zhang | 25 pp.

26 July 2021

Should Munanga learn Kriol? Exploring attitudes to non-Indigenous acquisition of Kriol language in Ngukurr
Caroline Hendy and Catherine Bow | 23 pp.

19 July 2021

Review of Hasegawa (2019): The social lives of study abroad: Understanding second language learners’ experiences through social network analysis and conversation analysis
Reviewed by Wendong Li and Yandan Zhu | 4 pp.

16 July 2021

Understanding the translingual practices among international students in multilingual cities
Yijun Yin, Alice Chik and Garry Falloon | 22 pp.

8 July 2021

Second language learners’ engagement with written feedback
Kailin Liu and Neomy Storch | 25 pp.

23 April 2021

Community presence, motivation, and identity: The Community-engaged L2 Self of university students of Italian in Melbourne
Riccardo Amorati | 23 pp.

21 January 2021

Korean Bibimbap mothers’ family language policies (FLPs) for their children’s bilingualism in Australia
Eun Kyong Park, Gregory Vass and Chris Davison | 28 pp.
Input–output relation in second language acquisition: Textbook and learner writing for adult English-speaking beginners of Korean
Gyu-Ho Shin and Boo Kyung Jung | 25 pp.

12 January 2021

Student teachers’ expectations and their sense of fulfillment in a TESOL program
Yoko Mori and Elke Stracke | 26 pp.

26 November 2020

Translingual identity: Perpetual foreigner stereotype of the Eastern-European immigrants in Australia
Ana Tankosić | 26 pp.