Written Language & Literacy

Volume 16, Issue 2 (2013)

2013.  iii, 173 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Articles
Brand names and unconventional spelling: A two-pronged analysis of the orthographic construction of brand identity
Andrew D. Wong
115–145
PolyOrth: Orthography, phonology and morphology in inheritance lexicons
Lynne Cahill, Carole Tiberius and Jon Herring
146–185
Effects of the Content and Language Integrated Learning approach to EFL teaching: A comparative study
Jose Goris, Eddie Denessen and Ludo Verhoeven
186–207
Development of reading comprehension from middle childhood to adolescence: Distributional and qualitative analyses of two genres
Dafna Kaplan
208–240
The influences of gender, reading ability, independent reading, and context on reading attitude: A multilevel analysis of Hong Kong data from PIRLS
Shek Kam Tse, Xiao-yun Xiao and Wai-yip Lam
241–271
Book reviews
Review of Sebba, Mahootian & Jonsson (2012): Language Mixing and Code-Switching in Writing. Approaches to Mixed-Language Written Discourse
Reviewed by Katja Wermbter
273–278
Review of Beard, Myhill, Riley & Nystrand (2009): The SAGE Handbook of Writing Development
Reviewed by Rachel Schiff
279–280
Review of Pahl & Rowsell (2012): Early childhood literacy
Reviewed by Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer
281–284
Review of Siekmann (2011): Der Zusammenhang von Lesen und (Recht-)Schreiben
Reviewed by Martin Neef
285–287
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