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Members of LIdIA regularly publish articles in academic and professional journals, as well as chapters in handbooks and edited collections. Publications by members during the 2012-13 academic year include:

  • Akhurst, J., Janik, M., Szewczyk, M., Mucha, M., Westmancoat, H., Lever, V., & Walmsley, A. (2013). Polish young peoples’ narratives:  impacts of living and studying in the UK. International Migration, 51, 1, 1-17.
  • Akhurst, J., & Mitchell, C. (2012). International Community-Based Work Placements for UK Psychology Undergraduates: An evaluation of three cohorts’ experiences. Psychology Learning and Teaching, 11, 3, 401-405.
  • Ecke, P. & Hall, C. J. (2012). Tracking tip-of-the-tongue states in a multilingual speaker: Evidence of attrition or instability in lexical systems? International Journal of Bilingualism.doi: 10.1177/1367006912454623
  • Ferrari, L. & Zhurauskaya, D. (2012). e-Portfolios for Language Learning and Assessment. In Conference Proceedings - International Conference ICT for Language Learning (5th edition): 15-16 November 2012, Pixel, Florence, Italy. Padua: libreriauniversitaria.it.
  • Garvey, B. & Westlander, G. (2012). Training mentors – Behaviours which bring about positive outcomes for mentoring, In Passmore, J., Peterson, D., Freire, T. (Eds) Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of Coaching and Mentoring (pp. 243-265), Wiley-Blackwell, London.
  • Gibson, S. and Hamilton, L. (2013).  Knowledge, autonomy and maturity: Developmental and educational concerns as rhetorical resources in adolescents’ discussions regarding  the age of electoral majority in England.  Journal of Youth Studies, 16(1), 34-53.
  • Hall, C. J. (2012). Testing Englishes: Time to move from monolithic myth to plurilithic reality? IATEFL TEASIG Newsletter, 52, 19-22.
  • Hall, C. J. (2013). Cognitive contributions to plurilithic views of English and other languages. Applied Linguistics, 34, 211-231.
  • Hall, C. J., Schmidtke, D. & Vickers, J. (2013). Countability in world Englishes. World Englishes, 32, 1, 1-22.
  • Hall, C. J., Smith, P. H. and Wicaksono, R. (2012). Mapping applied linguistics from the bottom up: A conversation. ELT Research, 26, 24-26.
  • Hall, C. J., Wicaksono, R., Liu, S., Qian, Y. and Xiaoqing, X. (2013). English reconceived: Raising teachers' awareness of English as a ‘plurilithic’ resource through an online course. London: British Council.
  • Hambling-Jones, O. & Merrison, A. J. (2012). Inequity in the Pursuit of Intimacy: An analysis of British Pick-Up Artist Interactions. Journal of Pragmatics, 44, 1115-1127.
  • Merrison, A. J., Wilson, J.J., Davies, B.L. & Haugh, M. (2012) Getting Stuff Done: Comparing E‑mail Requests from Students in Higher Education in Britain and Australia. Journal of Pragmatics, 44, 1077-1098.
  • Morrish, L. & Sauntson, H. (2013). Business-facing motors for economic development: an appraisal analysis of visions and values in the marketised UK university. Critical Discourse Studies, 10, 1, 61-80.
  • Sauntson, H. (2013). Sexual diversity and illocutionary silencing in the English National Curriculum. Sex Education.
  • Sauntson, H. and Morrish, L. (2012). ‘How gay is football this year?’ Identity and intersubjectivity in a women’s sports team. Journal of Language and Sexuality 1 (2): 151-178.
  • Sauntson, H. and Simpson, K. (2012). Other cultures, other sexualities? Including sexuality in secondary English. English Drama Media 23: 25-30.
  • Wardman, C., Bell, J. & Sharp, E. (2012). Valuing Home Languages. In Mallows, D. (Ed.) Innovations in English Language Teaching to Migrants and Refugees. London: British Council.
  • Wardman, C. (2013). EAL provision in England: combining theory and practice or not? In Pattison, T. (ed) IATEFL 2012: Glasgow Conference Selections. Canterbury: IATEFL.
  • Wicaksono, R. (2012). Raising students' awareness of the construction of communicative (in)competence in international classrooms. In J. Ryan (ed.) Cross cultural teaching and learning for home and international students: Internationalisation of pedagogy and curriculum in Higher Education. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Wicaksono, R. and Scheder Black, W. (2012). Raising awareness of English as a lingua franca. Third International Conference on the Development and Assessment of Intercultural Competence, 2012: Selected Proceedings. Center for Educational Resources in Culture, Language and Literacy: University of Arizona, USA.

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