List of John Benjamins publications for which Lyn Wright plays a role.
Cashman, Holly R. 2018. Queer, Latinx, and Bilingual: Narrative Resources in the Negotiation of Identities . Journal of Language and Sexuality 8:2, pp. 242–2462019.
Evaluating place in orientations of narratives of internal migration: ‘Mississippi is just like a boring place to me’. Narrative Inquiry 28:1, pp. 198–2142018.
This study examines the evaluation of place in orientation sequences of narratives of internal migration to the Southern United States. Unlike other narratives of displacement, narratives of internal migration foreground talk about the here and now in which tellers evaluate place as an important… read more | Article
Bilingual/bisexual: Linguistic and sexual fluidity in fictional accounts of bilingualism and language learning. Journal of Language and Sexuality 6:1, pp. 177–2032017.
Recent work in language and sexuality has emphasized globalization and multilingualism as important areas of investigation (Bucholtz & Hall 2006, Leap & Boellstorff 2003, Murray 2014). Concomitantly, other scholars have employed the construct of sexual fluidity as a metaphor for linguistic fluidity… read more | Article
4. Tasks and traditional practice activities in a foreign language context. Second Language Interaction in Diverse Educational Contexts, McDonough, Kim and Alison Mackey (eds.), pp. 71–882013.
In this study, learners carried out tasks and traditional practice activities in an authentic instructional context: English as a Foreign Language (EFL) in Japan (n = 37). Learners’ production on pre- and posttests was analyzed to investigate second language (L2) development with respect to the… read more | Chapter
Home-school connections for international adoptees: Repetition in parent-child interactions. Second Language Acquisition and the Younger Learner: Child's play?, Philp, Jenefer, Rhonda Oliver and Alison Mackey (eds.), pp. 279–3012008.
Studies have found that second language-learning children can benefit academically from a variety of interactions outside of traditional teacher-fronted classroom activities. However, little is known about the actual linguistic processes involved in the acquisition of academic language competence.… read more | Article