List of John Benjamins publications for which Roland Sussex plays a role.
Review of Moldovan, Skorvid, Kibrik, Rogova, Jakuškina, Žuravlev & Tolstaja (2005): Slavjanskie jazyki. Studies in Language 33:4, pp. 975–9902009.
Review article of Chryssoula Lascaratou’s the language of pain. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 32:1, pp. 6.1–6.142009.
Studies of the language we use to talk about pain – “pain language” – have hitherto been mainly confined to medical disciplines, and there has been little research in the literature in linguistics and applied linguistics. The appearance of a major new study on pain language, Chryssoula Lascaratou’s… read more | Review article
Editorial. English as an International Language: Challenges and possibilities, Clyne, Michael and Farzad Sharifian † (eds.), pp. 27.1–27.22008.
Review of Laugesen (2002): Convict words. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 27:2, pp. 116–1172004.
Review of Ronowicz & Yallop (1999): English: one language, different cultures. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 25:1, pp. 193–1962002.
Review of Wichmann, Fligelstone, McEnery & Knowles (1997): Teaching and language corpora. Literacies: Tertiary contexts, Golebiowski, Zosia, pp. 129–1382002.
Review of Kaplan & Baldauf (1999): Language Planning in Malawi, Mozambique and the Philippines. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 22:2, pp. 139–1421999.
Review of Jucker (1992): Social stylistics. Syntactic variation in British newspapers. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 17:2, pp. 181–1861994.
Review of Wade, Terence (1991) A comprehensive Russian grammar. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 15:2, pp. 151–1591992.
The Green Paper on language and literacy: An overview and an assessment. Language Planning and Language Policy in Australia, Liddicoat, Anthony J. (ed.), pp. 39–631991.
The Green Paper The Language of Australia released in December 1990, is the first step in a reworking of language policy in Australia. This paper reviews some of the issues raised in the Green Paper and looks at the implications the agenda the Green Paper sets. The Green Paper contains some good… read more | Article
CALL: The computer as a tool for language learning. Foreign Language Teaching, Quinn, T.J. (ed.), pp. 53–591983.
The measurement of contrast in contrastive linguistics. Theoretical Issues in Contrastive Linguistics, Fisiak, Jacek (ed.), pp. 29 ff.1981.