Chapter published in:
Migration and Media: Discourses about identities in crisis
Edited by Lorella Viola and Andreas Musolff
[Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture 81] 2019
► pp. 339354
References

References

Andersson, Lars G. and Peter Trudgill
1990Bad Language. London: Penguin.Google Scholar
Arnaut Karel, Jan Blommaert, Ben Rampton, Massimiliano Spotti
(eds.) 2015Language and Superdiversity. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Arnaut, Karel, Jan Blommaert, Ben Rampton, Massimiliano Spotti
2015 “Introduction: Superdiversity and sociolinguistics.” In Language and superdiversity, ed. by Karel Arnaut, Jan Blommaert, Ben Rampton and Massimiliano Spotti, 1–17 London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Arnaut, Karel, Martha Sif Karrebæk, Massimiliano Spotti and Jan Blommaert
(eds.) 2016Engaging Superdiversity: Recombining Spaces, Times and Language Practices. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Auer, Peter
2011 “Code-switching/mixing.” In The Sage Handbook of Sociolinguistics, ed. by Ruth Wodak, Barbara Johnstone and Paul Kerswill 460–478. London: Sage. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Bailey, Richard W.
1992Images of English. A Cultural History of the Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Balabanova, Ekaterina and Alex Balch
2010 “Sending and Receiving: The Ethical Framing of Intra-EU Migration in the European Press.” European Journal of Communication 25(4): 382–397. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Balch, Alex
2015 “Hard Evidence: how has press coverage of immigration changed?The Conversation 21 January 2015 http://​theconversation​.com​/hard​-evidence​-how​-has​-press​-coverage​-of​-immigration​-changed​-36151. Last accessed 2nd April 2017.Google Scholar
Balch, Alex and Ekaterina Balabanova
2014 “Ethics, Politics and Migration: Public Debates on the Free Movement of Romanians and Bulgarians in the UK, 2006–2013.” Politics. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Barbour, Stephen
2000 “Britain and Ireland: The Varying Significance of Language for Nationalism.” In Language and Nationalism in Europe, ed. by Stephen Barbour and Cathie Carmichael, 18–43. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Bastardas-Boada, Albert
2012Language and identity policies in the 'glocal' age: New processes, effects, and principles of organization. Barcelona: Institut d'Estudis Autonòmics.Google Scholar
Bauer, Laurie and Peter Trudgill
(eds.) 1998Language Myths. London: Penguin.Google Scholar
BBC
2010a.Have your Say: Should politicians be talking about immigration? http://​www​.bbc​.co​.uk​/blogs​/haveyoursay​/2010​/04​/should​_politicians​_be​_talking​.html. Last accessed 15 th December 2013.Google Scholar
2010b.Have your Say: How should immigration be tackled? http://​www​.bbc​.co​.uk​/blogs​/haveyoursay​/2010​/04​/how​_should​_immigration​_be​_tack​.html. Last accessed 15th December 2013.Google Scholar
2010c.Have your Say: Are immigration rules fair? http://​www​.bbc​.co​.uk​/blogs​/haveyoursay​/2010​/06​/are​_immigration​_rules​_fair​.html. Last accessed 15th December 2013.Google Scholar
Bhatia, Tej K. and William C. Ritchie
(eds.). 2012The Handbook of Bilingualism and Multilingualism. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Blackledge, Adrian and Angela Creese
2010Multilingualism: A Critical Perspective. London: Continuum.Google Scholar
Blommaert, Jan
2010The Sociolinguistics of Globalization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2013aEthnography, superdiversity, and linguistic landscapes: Chronicles of complexity. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Blommaert
Jan. 2013b “Citizenship, Language, and Superdiversity: Towards Complexity.” Journal of Language, Identity & Education 12(3): 193–196. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Blommaert, Jan
2015 “Commentary: Superdiversity old and new.” Language & Communication 44: 82–88. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Blommaert, Jan and Ben Rampton
2015 “Language and superdiversity.” In Language and superdiversity, ed. by Karel Arnaut, Jan Blommaert, Ben Rampton and Massimiliano Spotti, 21–48. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Cadier, Linda and Clare Mar-Molinero
2014 “Negotiating networks of communication in a superdiverse environment: urban multilingualism in the city of Southampton.” Multilingua 33 (5-6): 505–524. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cap, Piotr
2013Proximization. The pragmatics of symbolic distance crossing. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2014 “Expanding CDS Methodology by Cognitive Pragmatic Tools. Proximisation Theory and Public Space Discourses.” In Contemporary Critical Discourse Studies, ed. by Christopher Hart and Piotr Cap, 189–210. London: Bloomsbury.Google Scholar
Charteris-Black, Jonathan
2006 “Britain as a container: immigration metaphors in the 2005 election campaign.” Discourse & Society 17 (5): 563–581. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Cisneros, J. David
2008 “Contaminated Communities: The Metaphor of ‘Immigrant as Pollutant’ in Media Representations of immigration.” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 11 (4): 569–601. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
De Fina, Anna, Didem Ikizoglu and Jeremy Wegner
(eds.) 2017Diversity and Super-Diversity: Sociocultural Linguistic Perspectives. Washington: Georgetown University Press.Google Scholar
Duarte, Joana and Ingrid Gogolin
(eds.) 2013Linguistic superdiversity in urban areas. Research approaches. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Duchêne, Alexandre, Melissa Moyer and Celia Roberts
(eds.) 2013Language, Migration and social Inequalities: A Critical Sociolinguistic Perspective on Institutions and Work. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Giltrow, Janet
2013 “Genre and computer-mediated communication.” In Pragmatics of Computer-mediated Communication, ed. by Susan Herring, Dieter Stein and Tuija Virtanen , 717–737. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Goebel, Zane
2015Language and superdiversity: Indonesians knowledging at home and abroad. Oxford: Oxford University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hart, Christopher
2010Critical Discourse Analysis and Cognitive Science: New Perspectives on Immigration Discourse. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2011a “Moving beyond Metaphor in the Cognitive Linguistic Approach to CDA: Construal Operations in Immigration Discourse.” In Critical Discourse Studies in Context and Cognition, ed. by Christopher Hart, 171–192. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2011b “Legitimising Assertions and the Logico-Rhetorical Module: Evidence and Epistemic Vigilance in Media Discourse on Immigration.” Discourse Studies 13(6): 751–769. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Herring, Susan C., Lois Ann Scheidt, Sabrina Bonus and Elijah Wright. 2004
Bridging the gap: A genre analysis of weblogs.” In Proceedings of the 37th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences .Crossref
Holmes, Janet and Miriam Meyerhoff
1999 “The Community of Practice: Theories and methodologies.” Language in Society 28: 173–183. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Hopkins, Katie
2016 “I'm totally behind asking Muslim women to learn English but asking me to pay for it is a liberty in any language.” Daily Mail, 19 January 2016.Google Scholar
House of Commons
2012Overseas Students and Net Migration. HC 425, Fourth Report of Session 2012–13 – Report, Together with Formal Minutes, Oral and Written Evidence. London: TSO (The Stationery Office). http://​www​.publications​.parliament​.uk​/pa​/cm201213​/cmselect​/cmbis​/425​/425​.pdf. Last accessed 2nd April 2017.Google Scholar
INTRAN
2018IN.TRAN. Communication for all. Norwich: Norfolk County Hall. http://​www​.intran​.org/. Last accessed 10th March 2018.Google Scholar
Johansson, Marjut
2015 “Bravo for this editorial! Users’ comments in discussion forums.” In Follow-ups in Political Discourse, ed. by Elda Weizman and Anita Fetzer 83–107. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Jostes, Brigitte
2010 “Monolingualism: An Outline of an Unpopular Research Programme.” Language & History 53(1): 27–47. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
KhosraviNik, Majid
2010 “The representation of refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants in British newspapers: a critical discourse analysis.” Journal of Language and Politics 9(1): 1–28. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
KhosraviNik, Majid, Michał Krzyżanowski and Ruth Wodak
2012 “Dynamics of Representations in Discourse: Immigrants in the British Press.” In Migrations: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, ed. by Michi Messer, Renée Schroeder, Ruth Wodak, 283–295. Vienna: Springer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
King, Lid and Lorna Carson
(eds.) 2016The Multilingual City: Vitality, Conflict and Change. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Korenman, Joan and Nancy Wyatt
1996 “Group dynamics on an e-mail forum.” In Computer-mediated Communication: Linguistic, Social and Cross-cultural Perspectives, ed. by Susan C. Herring, 225–242. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Krumm, Hans-Jürgen
2012 “Multilingualism, Heterogeneity and the Monolingual Policies of the Linguistic Integration of Immigrants.” In Migrations: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, ed. by Michi Messer, Renée Schroeder and Ruth Wodak, 43–54. Vienna: Springer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Kureishi, Hanif
2014 “The migrant has no face, status or story.” The Guardian 31 May 2014.Google Scholar
Meissner, Fran
2015 “Migration in migration-related diversity? The nexus between superdiversity and migration studies.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 38(4): 556–567. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Meissner, Fran and Steven Vertovec
2015 “Comparing super-diversity.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 38 (4): 541–555. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Musolff, Andreas
2006 “Metaphor Scenarios in Public Discourse. ” Metaphor and Symbol 21(1): 23–38. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2012 “Immigrants and Parasites: The History of a Bio-Social Metaphor.” In Migrations: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, ed. by Michi Messer, Renée Schroeder and Ruth Wodak, 249–258. Vienna: Springer. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
2015 “Dehumanizing metaphors in UK immigrant debates in press and online media.” Journal of Language Aggression and Conflict 3(1): 41–56. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Potowski, Kim
2013 “Sociolinguistic dimensions of immigration to the United States. ” Lengua y migración 5(2): 29–50.Google Scholar
Pavlenko, Aneta
2014aThe Bilingual Mind: And What It Tells Us about Language and Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
2014b “Superdiversity and why it isn’t: Reflections on terminological innovation and academic branding.” Paper at Conference on Sloganizations in Language Education Discourse. Humboldt University. Berlin.Google Scholar
Piller, Ingrid and Kimie Takahashi
2011 “Language, Migration and Human Rights.“ In The Sage Handbook of Sociolinguistics, ed. by Ruth Wodak, Barbara Johnstone and Paul Kerswill, 583–597. London: Sage. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Rampton, Ben
2016 “Drilling down to the grain in superdiversity.” In Language and superdiversity, ed. by Karel Arnaut, Jan Blommaert, Ben Rampton and Massimiliano Spotti, 91–109. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Reyes, Angela
2014 “Linguistic anthropology in 2013: super-new-big.” American Anthropologist 116(2): 366–378. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Silverstein, Michael
2015 “How language communities intersect: Is ‘superdiversity’ an incremental or transformative condition?Language & Communication 44: 7–18. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Toivanen, Reetta and Janne Saarikivi
(eds.) 2016Linguistic Genocide or Superdiversity? New and Old Language Diversities. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Trudgill, Peter
2011Sociolinguistic Typology: Social Determinants of Linguistic Complexity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Vertovec, Steven
2007 “Super-diversity and its implications.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 30 (6): 1024–1054. CrossrefGoogle Scholar
Watts, Richard J.
2011Language Myths and the History of English. Oxford: Oxford University Press. CrossrefGoogle Scholar