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Cisternas Irarrázabal, César
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Cornips, Leonie
2018. Chapter 2. Bilingual child acquisition through the lens of sociolinguistic approaches. In Bilingual Cognition and Language [Studies in Bilingualism, 54],  pp. 15 ff. DOI logo
Cru, Josep
2018. Micro-level language planning and YouTube comments: destigmatising indigenous languages through rap music. Current Issues in Language Planning 19:4  pp. 434 ff. DOI logo
Curdt-Christiansen, Xiao Lan
2016. Conflicting language ideologies and contradictory language practices in Singaporean multilingual families. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 37:7  pp. 694 ff. DOI logo
De Costa, Peter
2015. Darren Paffey (ed): Language Ideologies and the Globalization of ‘Standard’ Spanish (Advances in Sociolinguistics). Language Policy 14:4  pp. 423 ff. DOI logo
De Costa, Peter I.
2016. Reconceptualizing Language, Language Learning, and the Language Learner in the Age of Globalization. In The Power of Identity and Ideology in Language Learning [Multilingual Education, 18],  pp. 13 ff. DOI logo
De Costa, Peter I.
2016. Foreign Talent and Singapore. In The Power of Identity and Ideology in Language Learning [Multilingual Education, 18],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
De La Cruz Albizu, Pedro J.
2020. Exploring New York City elementary school principals’ language ideologies. Language and Education 34:6  pp. 503 ff. DOI logo
Dlamini, Phindile A. & Karen Ferreira-Meyers
2023. First language instruction? Eswatini teachers’ insight of the Eswatini language-in-education policy. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 41:2  pp. 143 ff. DOI logo
Du, Biyu
2015. The Silenced Interpreter: A Case Study of Language and Ideology in the Chinese Criminal Court. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue internationale de Sémiotique juridique 28:3  pp. 507 ff. DOI logo
Epps, Patience
2018. Contrasting linguistic ecologies: Indigenous and colonially mediated language contact in northwest Amazonia. Language & Communication 62  pp. 156 ff. DOI logo
ERDUYAN, Işıl, Sezen BEKTAŞ & Hakan ŞENTÜRK
2022. Language Teachers' Responses to Multilingual Classrooms: A Linguistic Ideological Perspective. Boğaziçi Üniversitesi Eğitim Dergisi 39-1  pp. 243 ff. DOI logo
Ferreyra, Patricia & Patricia Venegas-Weber
2024. ‘What language does grandma speak?’: an understanding of dual language teacher candidates’ language ideologies in elementary placements. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 27:1  pp. 38 ff. DOI logo
Fitriati, Sri Wuli
2015. English Bilingual Education in an Indonesian Public School. In Educational Innovations and Contemporary Technologies,  pp. 87 ff. DOI logo
Fitts, Shanan & Greg McClure
2015. Countering Anti-Immigrant Discourses in the New Latino South: “Nos mascan pero no nos tragan”. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies 12:4  pp. 231 ff. DOI logo
Fleming, Kara
2017. Hong Kong’s language ecology and the racialized linguistic order. Language Ecology 1:1  pp. 25 ff. DOI logo
Fleming, Kara
2019. Who Is “Diverse”?: (In)Tolerance, Education, and Race in Hong Kong. In Education, Ethnicity and Equity in the Multilingual Asian Context [Multilingual Education, 32],  pp. 89 ff. DOI logo
Galera, Nieves & David Poveda
2022. Infants’ communicative ecologies and language policies in two contemporary Spanish families. Sociolinguistic Studies 16:2-3 DOI logo
George, Angela & Anne Hoffman-González
2023. Regional variety preferences by teachers in USA. Revista de Lingüística y Lenguas Aplicadas 18  pp. 89 ff. DOI logo
Grover, Virginia L.
2023. From monolingual mindset to plurilingual ethos: challenging perspectives on language(s). Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 44:8  pp. 751 ff. DOI logo
Guerola, Carlos Maroto & Maria Inêz Probst Lucena
2021. “ESSA MESMA ARMA CONTRA ELES”: CAPITALISMO, PODER, LINGUAGEM E EDUCAÇÃO INDÍGENA. Trabalhos em Linguística Aplicada 60:2  pp. 425 ff. DOI logo
Hadzantonis, Michael
2021. Javanese Tensions: Revitalizing Javanese amidst Old and New Symbolisms; Toward a Linguistic Anthropology. Journal on Asian Linguistic Anthropology 3:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Hankerson, Shenika
2023. “The World Has to Stop Discriminating Against African American Language” (AAL): Exploring the Language Ideologies of AAL-Speaking Students in College Writing. Written Communication 40:2  pp. 587 ff. DOI logo
Holmström, Ingela, Sangeeta Bagga‐Gupta & Rickard Jonsson
2015. Communicating and Hand(ling) Technologies. Everyday Life in Educational Settings Where Pupils With Cochlear Implants Are Mainstreamed. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 25:3  pp. 256 ff. DOI logo
Hornberger, Nancy H. & Hanna Outakoski
2015. Sámi time, space, and place. Confero: Essays on Education, Philosophy and Politics 3:1  pp. 9 ff. DOI logo
Kambatyrova, Assel
2022. Parents’ language ideologies in the context of trilingual education policy in Kazakhstan. International Journal of Multilingualism  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Karim, Abdul, Md. Shaiful Islam, M. Obaidul Hamid, Mohammad Mosiur Rahman & Evita Umama Amin
2023. Language ideology, development of English proficiency, and performance in professional communication: voices of STEM + business graduates of English medium university. Asian-Pacific Journal of Second and Foreign Language Education 8:1 DOI logo
Karrebæk, Martha Sif
2013. ‘Don't speak like that to her!’: Linguistic minority children's socialization into an ideology of monolingualism. Journal of Sociolinguistics 17:3  pp. 355 ff. DOI logo
Kasstan, Jonathan R.
2022. Introduction. Asia-Pacific Language Variation 8:2  pp. 139 ff. DOI logo
Kibler, Amanda K. & Guadalupe Valdés
2016. Conceptualizing Language Learners: Socioinstitutional Mechanisms and their Consequences. The Modern Language Journal 100:S1  pp. 96 ff. DOI logo
Knipping, Jan
2024. Chapter 8. “They look hostile from afar”. In Anthropological Linguistics [Culture and Language Use, 23],  pp. 202 ff. DOI logo
Kroskrity, Paul V.
2020. Theorizing Linguistic Racisms from a Language Ideological Perspective. In The Oxford Handbook of Language and Race,  pp. 68 ff. DOI logo
Kroskrity, Paul V.
2023. Multilingual Language Ideological Assemblages: Language Contact, Documentation and Revitalization. Journal of Language Contact 15:2  pp. 271 ff. DOI logo
König, Katharina, Jennifer Dailey‐O'Cain & Grit Liebscher
2015. A comparison of heritage language ideologies in interaction. Journal of Sociolinguistics 19:4  pp. 484 ff. DOI logo
Lagos, Cristián
2017. The Revitalization of the Mapuche Language as a Space of Ideological Struggle: The Case of Pehuenche Communities in Chile. Journal of Historical Archaeology & Anthropological Sciences 1:5 DOI logo
Lagos, Cristián, Marco Espinoza & Darío Rojas
2013. Mapudungun according to its speakers: Mapuche intellectuals and the influence of standard language ideology. Current Issues in Language Planning 14:3-04  pp. 403 ff. DOI logo
Lagos Fernández, Cristian Andres
2015. El Programa de Educación Intercultural Bilingüe y sus resultados: ¿perpetuando la discriminación?. Pensamiento Educativo: Revista de Investigación Educacional Latinoamericana 52:2  pp. 84 ff. DOI logo
Lai, Li-Fang & Shelome Gooden
2018. The spread of raised (ay) and (aw) in Yami: From regional distinctiveness to ethnic identity marker. Journal of Linguistic Geography 6:2  pp. 125 ff. DOI logo
Lhagyal, Dak
2021. ‘Linguistic authority’ in state-society interaction: cultural politics of Tibetan education in China. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 42:3  pp. 353 ff. DOI logo
Limerick, Nicholas
2020. What’s the Linguistic Variety of Audit Culture? Administering an Indigenous Language Proficiency Exam in Ecuador’s Intercultural Bilingual Education. Anthropology & Education Quarterly 51:3  pp. 282 ff. DOI logo
Limerick, Nicholas
2020. Speaking for a State: Standardized Kichwa Greetings and Conundrums of Commensuration in Intercultural Ecuador. Signs and Society 8:2  pp. 185 ff. DOI logo
Lin, Yi-Li, Fang-Huai Ku, Yu-Shan Ku & Jean F. Andrews
2023. The National Languages Act (2019), Taiwanese Sign Language, and language planning and policy (LPP). Deafness & Education International  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Liu, Haiqin & Prue Holmes
2018. Ideologies of the Chinese language in Finland. Global Chinese 4:2  pp. 247 ff. DOI logo
Lou, Kaiyang, Tao Xiong & Yue Peng
2023. ‘I have been dreaming about Chinese becoming the number one language in the world’: Chinese language educators’ language ideologies in Myanmar. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 44:1  pp. 65 ff. DOI logo
Mariou, Eleni
2017. ‘My language, my mother tongue’: competing language ideologies and linguistic diversity among speakers of standard and non-standard varieties. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 20:1  pp. 20 ff. DOI logo
Matras, Yaron, Katie Harrison, Leonie Elisa Gaiser & Stephanie Connor
2022. Actors’ discourses on language supplementary schools: diaspora practices and emerging ideologies. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
May, Stephen
2023. Linguistic racism: Origins and implications. Ethnicities 23:5  pp. 651 ff. DOI logo
McConnell, Jessica, Zhongfeng Tian & Bedrettin Yazan
2023. Monolingual content-area teacher candidates’ identity work in an online teacher education course. Linguistics and Education 77  pp. 101228 ff. DOI logo
McLean, Mitchell, Jennifer M. Roche, Lisa Audet, Desiree Stribling & Rachael Kaufman
2021. Explicit and Implicit Cognitive Processes Associated With Microaggression Endorsement. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups 6:6  pp. 1719 ff. DOI logo
McLelland, Nicola
2021. Grammars, Dictionaries and Other Metalinguistic Texts in the Context of Language Standardization. In The Cambridge Handbook of Language Standardization,  pp. 263 ff. DOI logo
McLelland, Nicola
2021. Language standards, standardisation and standard ideologies in multilingual contexts. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 42:2  pp. 109 ff. DOI logo
Metz, Mike
2018. Exploring the complexity of high school students’ beliefs about language variation. Linguistics and Education 45  pp. 10 ff. DOI logo
Metz, Mike
2021. Ideology, identity, and pedagogy in English language arts teachers’ linguistic styling in U.S. classrooms. Linguistics and Education 64  pp. 100942 ff. DOI logo
Meyerhoff, Miriam & Norma Mendoza-Denton
2022. Aesthetics in Styles and Variation: A Fresh Flavor. Annual Review of Anthropology 51:1  pp. 103 ff. DOI logo
Milani, Tommaso M.
2020. Language Ideology and Public Discourse. In The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Neelam, Madiha
2022. The Politicization of Muslims in the West. In Muslim Women as Speakers of English,  pp. 19 ff. DOI logo
Neuenschwander, Christoph
2024. Pacific transformations of the ‘Country of Babel’. Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages DOI logo
Nie, Mengjun, Juexuan Lu, Yongyan Zheng & Qi Shen
2022. Facilitating learners’ participation through classroom translanguaging: comparing a translanguaging classroom and a monolingual classroom in Chinese language teaching. Applied Linguistics Review 0:0 DOI logo
Nuñez, Idalia & Katherine Espinoza
2019. Bilingual pre-service teachers’ initial experiences: Language ideologies in practice. Journal of Latinos and Education 18:3  pp. 228 ff. DOI logo
Obojska, Maria Antonina
2019. Trilingual repertoires, multifaceted experiences: multilingualism among Poles in Norway. International Multilingual Research Journal 13:4  pp. 257 ff. DOI logo
Olinger, Andrea R.
2016. A Sociocultural Approach to Style. Rhetoric Review 35:2  pp. 121 ff. DOI logo
Olinger, Andrea R.
2020. Visual Embodied Actions in Interview-Based Writing Research: A Methodological Argument for Video. Written Communication 37:2  pp. 167 ff. DOI logo
Padilla, Lillie & Rosti Vana
2022. The “Other” Latinx: The (Non)existent Representation of Afro-Latinx in Spanish Language Textbooks. Journal of Language, Identity & Education  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Panaligan, Joy Hannah & Nathaniel Ming Curran
2022. “We are cheaper, so they hire us”: Discounted nativeness in online English teaching. Journal of Sociolinguistics 26:2  pp. 246 ff. DOI logo
Park, Jonghyun
2016. Rap as Korean Rhyme: Local Enregisterment of the Foreign. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 26:3  pp. 278 ff. DOI logo
Paulsrud, BethAnne & Jenny Rosén
2019. Translanguaging and Language Ideologies in Education: Northern and Southern Perspectives. In Handbook of the Changing World Language Map,  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Pinto Pajares, Daniel
2021. El españolismo lingüístico en el alumnado madrileño de Bachillerato. Revista Española de Lingüística Aplicada/Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics 34:2  pp. 642 ff. DOI logo
Rabbidge, Michael & Abdul Saboor Zaheeb
2023. The Cost of Change: How Ideological Shifts Impact Afghans' Investment in Learning English. TESOL Quarterly 57:4  pp. 1041 ff. DOI logo
Romanowski, Piotr
2021. A deliberate language policy or a perceived lack of agency: Heritage language maintenance in the Polish community in Melbourne. International Journal of Bilingualism 25:5  pp. 1214 ff. DOI logo
Saygı, Hasret & Işıl Erduyan
2023. Local linguistic ideologies and Iraqi Turkmens’ experience of forced migration to Turkey: a folk linguistic perspective. Language Policy 22:3  pp. 289 ff. DOI logo
Shirahata, Mai
2023. English is ‘the language everybody shares’ but it is ‘my native language’: language ideologies and interpersonal relationships among students in internationalizing higher education. Language and Intercultural Communication 23:5  pp. 453 ff. DOI logo
Shirahata, Mai, Malgorzata Lahti & Marko Siitonen
2023. Language ideologies in a Finnish university student union’s Facebook communication practices. Social Semiotics  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Sliashynskaya, Hanna
2019. ‘One nation, two languages’: representations of official languages on multilingual news websites in Belarus. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 40:4  pp. 274 ff. DOI logo
Smalls, Krystal A.
2020. Race, SIGNS, and the Body. In The Oxford Handbook of Language and Race,  pp. 232 ff. DOI logo
Sosnowski, Jim
2021. Marginalization Through Curricularization of Language Teaching: Creating and Exposing Deficits in an Adult Language and Literacy Program. Literacy Research: Theory, Method, and Practice 70:1  pp. 369 ff. DOI logo
Soulaimani, Dris
2023. “Purement Amazigh”: investigating embodied ideologies and linguistic practices in Morocco. Multilingua 42:5  pp. 649 ff. DOI logo
Soulaimani, Dris
2023. Multimodal arguments: language, script, and politics. Multimodal Communication 12:3  pp. 245 ff. DOI logo
Spears, Arthur K.
2021. White Supremacy and Antiblackness: Theory and Lived Experience. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 31:2  pp. 157 ff. DOI logo
Stranger–Johannessen, Espen & Bonny Norton
2017. The African Storybook and Language Teacher Identity in Digital Times. The Modern Language Journal 101:S1  pp. 45 ff. DOI logo
Sung, Chit Cheung Matthew
2023. Agency and feedback-seeking: academic English socialization of L2 students in Hong Kong. Language and Education 37:3  pp. 364 ff. DOI logo
Takeuchi, Jae DiBello
2023. Code-switching as linguistic microaggression: L2-Japanese and speaker legitimacy. Multilingua 42:2  pp. 249 ff. DOI logo
Tang, Xiruo & Yongyan Zheng
2023. Unpacking complex language ideologies toward heritage language maintenance: a case of Chinese migrant families in the US. International Multilingual Research Journal 17:4  pp. 333 ff. DOI logo
Thoma, Nadja
2022. Biographical perspectives on language ideologies in teacher education. Language and Education 36:5  pp. 419 ff. DOI logo
Thoma, Nadja
2022. Zur Verschränkung der Differenzkategorien Sprache, race und Religion. In Lehren und Lernen in Differenzverhältnissen [Pädagogische Professionalität und Migrationsdiskurse, ],  pp. 67 ff. DOI logo
Thoma, Nadja
2023. ‘I don’t want to be pushed into an islamic school’: biography and raciolinguistic ideologies in education. Race Ethnicity and Education 26:6  pp. 735 ff. DOI logo
Tönsing, Kerstin Monika & Gloria Soto
2020. Multilingualism and augmentative and alternative communication: examining language ideology and resulting practices. Augmentative and Alternative Communication 36:3  pp. 190 ff. DOI logo
Valdés, Guadalupe
2015. Latin at s and the Intergenerational Continuity of Spanish: The Challenges of Curricularizing Language. International Multilingual Research Journal 9:4  pp. 253 ff. DOI logo
Valdés, Guadalupe
2018. Analyzing the curricularization of language in two-way immersion education: Restating two cautionary notes. Bilingual Research Journal 41:4  pp. 388 ff. DOI logo
Vessey, Rachelle
2023. Parallel digital monolingualism. Internet Pragmatics 6:1  pp. 107 ff. DOI logo
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2019. Chinese Netizens’ reactions to the use of English as a lingua franca. English Today 35:4  pp. 3 ff. DOI logo
Weaver, Megan M.
2019. “I still think there's a need for proper, academic, Standard English”: Examining a teacher's negotiation of multiple language ideologies. Linguistics and Education 49  pp. 41 ff. DOI logo
Wong, John D. & Andrew D. Wong
2023. The Ongoing Business of Chinese-Language Reform: A View from the Periphery of Hong Kong in the Past Half Century. Modern China 49:4  pp. 448 ff. DOI logo
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2022. Conflicting but Reflexive Language Ideologies. In Chinese Language Use by School-Aged Chinese Australians,  pp. 171 ff. DOI logo
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