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Textbooks Bilingual First Language Acquisition

A Beginner's Guide To Language And Gender

Annick De Houwer (University of Erfurt)

Allyson Jule (Trinity Western University)

This book has everything the student needs. The survey of the literature is thorough and each study is related to the core "big issues" of language balance, language differentiation, lexical overlap, and language interaction. This is a masterful introduction to one of the fastest growing areas in language studies. Brian MacWhinney, Department of Psychology, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

This book offers a compact, accessible, up-to-the-minute introduction to a range of hot topics in language and gender.The reflective, critical lens makes this a valuable text both for undergraduates and for experienced teachers enrolled in MA degrees. Janet Holmes, Professor of Linguistics, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

The study of bilingual first language acquisition has truly come of age with the publication of a first textbook devoted to this fascinating topic. De Houwer's highly readable volume is both comprehensive and stimulating in its presentation of various aspects of bilingual language development - a must-read for students embarking on this field of research. Elizabeth Lanza, Department of Linguistics and Scandinavian Studies, University of Oslo, Norway Increasingly, children grow up hearing two languages from birth. This textbook explains how children learn to understand and speak those languages. It brings together both established knowledge and the latest findings about different areas of bilingual language development (sounds, words, sentences, language choice) in a perspective that emphasizes the role of children's language learning environments. MM Textbooks February 2009 432pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691491 £69.95 / US$129.95 / €99.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691484 £21.95 / US$39.95 / €29.95

An Introduction To Bilingual Development Annick De Houwer (University of Erfurt) De Houwer’s book introduces readers to the research findings about bilingual first language acquisition through the charming stories of four imaginary bilingual children growing up in different contexts. Parents, students, and practitioners alike will discover what to expect from typical bilingual acquisition, including how individual “typical” can be! Elena Nicoladis, Department of Psychology, University of Alberta, Canada Increasingly, children grow up hearing two languages from birth. This introductory textbook shows how children learn to understand and speak those languages against the backdrop of their language learning environments. A narrative around the bilingual development of four young children with different language profiles helps to explain the latest research findings in a lively and accessible manner. MM Textbooks May 2009 104pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691699 £44.95 / US$74.95 / €59.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691682 £14.95 / US$24.95 / €19.95

Learning To Be Literate Multilingual Perspectives Viv Edwards (University of Reading) This is a unique and exceptional book which will be invaluable for professionals working with bi-and multilingual children and their families in educational settings. The inclusion of activities and discussion points at the end of each chapter makes the book ideal for core reading at both undergraduate and postgraduate level as well as for professional development courses. Eve Gregory, Goldsmiths, University of London This textbook introduces students to language in education policy, theory and practice in a multilingual world. Designed to be accessible to students from a wide range of disciplines, it explores multilingualism at the individual and societal level and its impact on literacy learning around the world. MM Textbooks February 2009 152pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690616 £39.95 / US$64.95 / €44.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690609 £12.95 / US$19.95 / €14.95

This volume offers a broad and accessible introduction to the study of gender and language use for those new to the subject. The book introduces the theoretical and practical perspectives, including relevant frameworks necessary to understand ways in which language interacts with gender/sex in various settings, including: in media, in schools, in places of business, in places of worship, and at home. MM Textbooks 2008 120pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690562 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690555 £12.95 / US$24.95 / €17.95

Foundations Of Bilingual Education And Bilingualism (4th Ed) Colin Baker (Bangor University) I remain awed by Baker's ability to represent all positions and include all viewpoints, while remaining simple and straightforward. It is its scholarly exhaustiveness and complexity, coupled with a simplicity of style, that makes this text invaluable for students and scholars alike. Ofelia Garcia, Teachers College, Colombia University The fourth edition of this best-selling book provides a comprehensive introduction to bilingualism and bilingual education. Written as an introductory text from a crossdisciplinary perspective, 19 chapters cover individual and societal issues in minority and majority languages. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism 2006 504pp Hbk ISBN 9781853598654 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853598647 £21.95 / US$39.95 / €29.95

Bilingual Education An Introductory Reader Edited by Ofelia García (Graduate Center of the City University of New York) and Colin Baker (Bangor University) The book contains a comprehensive selection of outstanding and influential articles on bilingual education in the United States and the rest of the world. It is designed for instructors and students, with questions and activities based on each of the nineteen readings for students to engage in active learning. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism 2007 312pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599088 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599071 £21.95 / US$39.95 / €29.95

Language, Power And Pedagogy Bilingual Children in the Crossfire Jim Cummins (OISE, University of Toronto) As linguistic diversity increases in countries around the world, policy-makers and educators are faced with complex and conflictual issues regarding appropriate ways of educating a multilingual school population. This volume reviews the research and theory relating to instruction and assessment of bilingual pupils, focusing not only on issues of language learning and teaching but also the ways in which power relations in the wider society affect patterns of teacher-pupil interaction in the classroom. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism 2000 320pp Hbk ISBN 9781853594748 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853594731 £17.95 / US$34.95 / €24.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853596773

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Textbooks Dual Language Education Kathryn J Lindholm-Leary (San Jose State University) Dual language education is a program that combines language minority and language majority students for instruction through two languages. This book provides the conceptual background for the program and discusses major implementation issues. Research findings summarize language proficiency and achievement outcomes from 8000 students at 20 schools, along with teacher and parent attitudes. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism 2001 384pp Hbk ISBN 9781853595325 £69.95 / US$139.95 / €97.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853595318 £29.95 / US$59.95 / €41.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853595332

Understanding Deaf Culture In Search of Deafhood Paddy Ladd (University of Bristol) This book presents a ‘Traveller’s Guide’ to Deaf Culture, starting from the premise that Deaf cultures have an important contribution to make to other academic disciplines, and human lives in general. Within and outside Deaf communities, there is a need for an account of the new concept of Deaf culture, which enables readers to assess its place alongside work on other minority cultures and multilingual discourses. The book aims to assess the concepts of culture, on their own terms and in their many guises and to apply these to Deaf communities. The author illustrates the pitfalls which have been created for those communities by the medical concept of ‘deafness’ and contrasts this with his new concept of “Deafhood”, a process by which every Deaf child, family and adult implicitly explains their existence in the world to themselves and each other.

Angela L Carrasquillo (Fordham University) and Vivian Rodriguez (Fordham University) This is the second edition of an easily readable text that provides first-hand information on culturally and linguistically diverse students as well as instructional strategies in the content areas of reading, writing, science, social studies and maths, using simple and direct language. It provides theory and practical strategies to make content of lessons relevant and understandable to students. This new edition includes updated information on current educational programs and local and national standards for English language learners in United States. The book will be of interest to researchers, professionals, under- and postgraduate students interested in the teaching of ethnic minorities. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism 2002 216pp Hbk ISBN 9781853595653 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853595646 £16.95 / US$29.95 / €22.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853595660

Advocating For English Learners Selected Essays James Crawford A collection of 18 essays addressing the policy and politics of educating English language learners. Subjects include demographic change and its educational implications, American responses to language diversity, public controversies over bilingual education, high-stakes testing and its impact on English language learners, and the precarious status of language rights in the USA.

2003 528pp Hbk ISBN 9781853595462 £59.95 / US$119.95 / €84.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853595455 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853595479

Bilingual Education & Bilingualism 2008 200pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690739 £39.95 / US$79.95 / €55.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690722 £12.95 / US$24.95 / €17.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690746

Interpretation Techniques and Exercises

Contemporary Translation Theories (2nd Ed)

James Nolan

Edwin Gentzler (University of Massachusetts/Amherst)

This book is a well-organized practical handbook for interpreter trainees. It is a solid and innovative tool which can be used by teachers, students and practitioners of interpretation. The exercises are instructive and the excerpts from speeches and the potpourri of stock phrases and idioms are well chosen and interesting. I highly recommend it. Jean Matthews, Chief, English Section, Interpretation Service, United Nations, New York

During the last thirty years, the field of translation has exploded with multiple new theories. This book examines five of new approaches – the translation workshop, the science of translation, translation studies, polysystem theory, and deconstruction – all of which began in the mid-1960s and continue to be influential today.

This book provides a structured syllabus and an overview of interpretation accompanied by exercises in the main aspects of the art. It is meant as a practical guide for interpreters and as a complement to interpreter training programmes, particularly for students preparing for conference interpreting in international governmental and business settings. Professional Interpreting in the Real World 2005 328pp Hbk ISBN 9781853597916 £64.95 / US$129.95 / €89.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853597909 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853597923

Topics in Translation 2001 248pp Hbk ISBN 9781853595141 £59.95 / US$119.95 / €84.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853595134 £17.95 / US$34.95 / €24.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853595486

Power And Identity in the Creative Writing Classroom The Authority Project Edited by Anna Leahy (Chapman University)

Geoffrey Samuelsson-Brown

This book serves as a fine example of this expanding, improving conversation on the teaching of creative writing. It is generative, ranging and substantial. It is a book I wish I had read before I taught my first creative writing workshop. This is an impressive collection. Eric Burger, Pedagogy 7:1

This is the fourth revised edition of the best-selling A Practical Guide for Translators. It looks at the profession of translator on the basis of developments over the last few years and encourages both practitioners and buyers of translation services to view translation as a highly-qualified, skilled profession and not just a cost-led word mill.

This volume remaps theories and practices for teaching creative writing at university and college level. It critiques wellestablished approaches for teaching creative writing in all genres and builds a comprehensive and adaptable pedagogy based on issues of authority, power, and identity. A long-needed reflection, this book shapes creative writing pedagogy for the 21st century.

Topics in Translation 2004 208pp Hbk ISBN 9781853597305 £54.95 / US$109.95 / €76.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853597299 £17.95 / US$34.95 / €24.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853597312

New Writing Viewpoints 2005 240pp Hbk ISBN 9781853598470 £57.95 / US$114.95 / €81.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853598463 £19.95 / US$39.95 / €27.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853598487

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Language Minority Students In The Mainstream Classroom (2nd Ed)


Bilingual Education & Bilingualism Language Diversity In The Classroom John Edwards (St Francis Xavier University) This book provides comprehensive coverage of language contact in classroom settings. Particularly highlighted are the range and implications of attitudes towards languages and dialects – with close attention to nonstandard varieties – studies of Black English, foreign-language teaching and learning, as well as broad consideration of the assumptions and intentions underpinning bilingual and multicultural education Bilingual Education & Bilingualism November 2009 c.312pp Hbk ISBN 9781847692269 c. £69.95 / US$129.95 / €89.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847692252 c. £29.95 / US$49.95 / €39.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692276

The Education Of Language Minority Immigrants In The United States Edited by Terrence G Wiley (Arizona State University), Jin Sook Lee (University of California, Santa Barbara) and Russell W Rumberger This is an important volume with immediate implications for educators and policy makers. Co-edited by three leading scholars in the field of language minority education, this will be a valuable resource in graduate courses in language policy, sociology and anthropology of education, and multicultural education; and will be of particular interest to researchers of bilingual education and policy studies. I recommend it to all researchers, educators, and policy makers who are concerned with the education of language minority students. Professor Sarah J. Shin, University of Maryland Baltimore County This book focuses on educational language minority immigrant issues in the United States. It draws from quantitative and qualitative research methodologies to inform educational policy and practice. The contributions are grouped according to three broad themes: factors predicting language proficiency, the role of language and identity in the lives of immigrant language minority youth, and issues of educational policy related to this group. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism October 2009 c.296pp Hbk ISBN 9781847692115 c. £69.95 / US$119.95 / €89.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847692108 c. £19.95 / US$29.95 / €24.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692122

Multilingualism In Mathematics Classrooms Global Perspectives Edited by Richard Barwell (University of Ottawa) Learning and teaching mathematics in multilingual, bilingual or second language settings can be challenging. This collection explores the complex issues that arise in multilingual mathematics classrooms in Europe, South Asia, North America and Australia. Each contribution draws on recent research to offer new insights into the relationship between language, learning and mathematics. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism September 2009 c.208pp Hbk ISBN 9781847692054 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847692047 £24.95 / US$39.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692061

Towards Multilingual Education Basque Educational Research from an International Perspective Jasone Cenoz (University of the Basque Country) This is a superbly detailed and insightful case study of multilingual education that covers multiple perspectives. It would be an excellent textbook as well as an important resource for scholars and policy makers in the field. Fred Genesee, McGill University This volume focuses on research in bilingual and multilingual education. It discusses the results of research conducted in different multilingual educational contexts and particularly in Basque schools and universities where Basque, Spanish and English are used as subjects and as languages of instruction. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism August 2009 c.288pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691934 £59.95 / US$89.95 / €79.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691927 £24.95 / US$39.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691941

Language Disabilities In Cultural And Linguistic Diversity Deirdre Martin (University of Birmingham) This book fills a significant gap in the current literature in an original and stimulating way. Deirdre Martin was among those who recognised at an early stage that professionals such as speech and language therapists and teachers would need to develop better strategies for working with children with communication and interaction needs who were learning English as an additional language. Tony Cline, University College London This volume offers a new approach to understanding the familiar dilemma of disentangling difficulties in communication for learners developing the language of schooling. The author takes a socio-cultural Vygotskian approach to reinterpret international research in language disabilities, namely specific language impairment, communication difficulties, dyslexia and deafness. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism April 2009 328pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691606 £64.95 / US$109.95 / €79.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691590 £24.95 / US$39.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691613

The Bilingual Mental Lexicon Interdisciplinary Approaches Edited by Aneta Pavlenko (Temple University) How are words organized in the bilingual mind? How are they linked to concepts? How do bi- and multilinguals process words in their multiple languages? Contributions to this volume offer up-to-date answers to these questions and provide a detailed introduction to interdisciplinary approaches used to investigate the bilingual lexicon. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism January 2009 272pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691255 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691248 £19.95 / US$39.95 / €27.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691262

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Bilingual Education & Bilingualism Forging Multilingual Spaces Integrated Perspectives on Majority and Minority Bilingual Education

Language And Identity in a Dual Immersion School

Edited by Christine Hélot (Université Marc Bloch) and Anne-Marie de Mejia (Universidad de los Andes)

This volume offers valuable insights into the inner workings of twoway immersion classrooms and helps us understand why students resist using Spanish. Everyone who cares about bilingualism as a goal of two-way immersion should know about this research. Donna Christian, President of the Center for Applied Linguistics, Washington, USA

This book is the first to propose an integrated approach to the study of bilingual education in minority and majority settings. Contributions from well-known scholars working in eight different countries in Europe and the Americas show that it is possible to bridge the gap between prestigious elite bilingualism and the bilingualism of minority communities and work towards the construction of multilingual spaces. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism 2008 280pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690760 £69.95 / US$139.95 / €99.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690753 £27.95 / US$54.95 / €38.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690777

English Learners Left Behind Standardized Testing as Language Policy Kate Menken (Queens College) This book is an outstanding, albeit troubling, study of how language policy is made in the surreal world of American education. As the first scholar to exhaustively document the pernicious effects of high-stakes testing for ELL students, Kate Menken has performed an invaluable service for both children and educators. All US politicians should be required to read her book – and pass a test on it – before voting on misguided legislation like No Child Left Behind. James Crawford, President, Institute for Language and Education Policy This book explores how high-stakes tests mandated by No Child Left Behind have become de facto language policy in US schools, detailing how testing has shaped curriculum and instruction, and the myriad ways that tests are now a defining force in the daily lives of English Language Learners and the educators who serve them. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism 2008 216pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599989 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599972 £19.95 / US$39.95 / €27.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599996

Bilingual Education In China Practices, Policies and Concepts Edited by Anwei Feng (University of Durham) This is a substantial and impressive work, which makes a valuable contribution to understandings of Chinese education, specifically of the immensely complex twin character of its bilingual practices. This book provides a comprehensive and generally excellent treatment of a wide range of issues that are always tied to the central theme of the volume. The issues and settings are intrinsically interesting and important as well as serving as a point of reference for the specifically Chinese nature of bilingualism and bilingual education. Joseph Lo Bianco, University of Melbourne, in the Journal of Asia Pacific Education

Kim Potowski (University of Illinois at Chicago)

This book describes the experiences of a group of students in Chicago, Illinois, who are attending one of the first SpanishEnglish dual immersion schools in the United States. The author follows the group during two school years, documenting their Spanish use and proficiency, as well as how their two languages intersect with the ongoing production of their identities. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism 2007 240pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599446 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599439 £21.95 / US$39.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599453

Multilingualism In Post-Soviet Countries Edited by Aneta Pavlenko (Temple University) In the past two decades, post-Soviet countries have emerged as a contested linguistic space, where disagreements over language and education policies have led to demonstrations, military conflicts and even secession. This collection offers an up-to-date comparative analysis of language and education policies and practices in post-Soviet countries. 2008 240pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690876 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690883

At War with Diversity U.S. Language Policy in an Age of Anxiety James Crawford Bilingualism is a reality that many Americans still find difficult to accept; hence the prominence of English-only activism in U.S. politics. This collection of essays analyzes the sources of the antibilingual movement, its changing directions, and its impact on education policy. The book also explores efforts to resist the English-only trend, including projects to revitalize Native American languages. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism 2000 152pp Hbk ISBN 9781853595066 £34.95 / US$69.95 / €49.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853595059 £12.95 / US$24.95 / €17.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853596766

This volume brings a mixed group of researchers together to discuss issues in bilingual or trilingual education for the majority and minority nationality groups in China and to explore the relationship between the two. Articles range from reports of bilingual or trilingual education projects in remote minority regions to discussions about Chinese-English bilingual education in major economic centres. Bilingual Education & Bilingualism 2007 304pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599927 £64.95 / US$129.95 / €89.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599910 £29.95 / US$59.95 / €41.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599934

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Second Language Acquisition Lexical Inferencing In A First And Second Language Cross-linguistic Dimensions

Writing In Foreign Language Contexts Learning, Teaching, and Research

Marjorie Wesche (University of Ottawa) and T Sima Paribakht (University of Ottawa)

This book represents the most comprehensive account to date of foreign language writing. Its basic aim is to reflect critically on where the field is now and where it needs to go next in the exploration of foreign language writing at the levels of theory, research, and pedagogy.

Lexical inferencing is a central process in both reading comprehension and word learning through reading. This volume presents a comprehensive research review on second language lexical inferencing (with Kirsten Haastrup) and a major new study of first and second language lexical inferencing by speakers of Persian, French and English, focusing on first language transfer effects. Second Language Acquisition November 2009 c.192pp Hbk ISBN 9781847692238 c. £59.95 / US$109.95 / €74.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847692221 c. £24.95 / US$49.95 / €31.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692245

First Language Use In Second And Foreign Language Learning Edited by Miles Turnbull (University of Prince Edward Island) and Jennifer Dailey-O'Cain (University of Alberta) This book focuses on the use of the first language in communicative or immersion-type classrooms. Through the intersection of theory, practice, curriculum and policy, the volume calls for a reconceptualization of code-switching as something that both proficient and aspiring bilinguals do naturally, and as a practice that is inherently linked with bilingual code-switching. Second Language Acquisition August 2009 c.224pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691965 £59.95 / US$99.95 / €79.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691958 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691972

The Acquisition Of Sociolinguistic Competence In A Study Abroad Context Vera Regan (University College Dublin), Martin Howard (University College, Cork) and Isabelle Lemée (St Patrick's College) Drawing on cross-sectional and longitudinal analyses of a range of sociolinguistic variables in L2 French, this volume explores the relationship between 'study abroad' and the acquisition of sociolinguistic variation patterns by the advanced second language learner. Within a variationist paradigm, the findings illuminate a number of issues in relation to the role of speaker identity, gender, and L2 exposure and contact. Second Language Acquisition May 2009 184pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691576 £59.95 / US$99.95 / €84.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691569 £24.95 / US$44.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691583

Content And Language Integrated Learning Evidence from Research in Europe Edited by Yolanda Ruiz de Zarobe (University of the Basque Country) and Rosa María Jiménez (Universidad de La Rioja) This book contributes to the growth of interest in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), an approach to second/foreign language learning that requires the use of the target language to learn content. It brings together critical analyses on theoretical and implementation issues of Content and Language Integrated Learning, and empirical studies on the effectiveness of this type of instruction on learners’ language competence. Second Language Acquisition May 2009 256pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691668 £64.95 / US$109.95 / €79.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691651 £27.95 / US$44.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691675

Edited by Rosa Manchón (Universidad de Murcia)

Second Language Acquisition July 2009 320pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691842 £69.95 / US$119.95 / €89.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691835 £29.95 / US$49.95 / €39.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691859

Measuring Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition James Milton (Swansea University) This book describes the effect that word frequency and lexical coverage have on learning and communication in a foreign language. It examines the tools we have for assessing the various facets of vocabulary knowledge, the scores these produce, and the way these are tied to exam and communicative performance. Second Language Acquisition September 2009 c.280pp Hbk ISBN 9781847692085 £69.95 / US$129.95 / €89.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847692078 £29.95 / US$54.95 / €39.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692092

Implicit And Explicit Knowledge In Second Language Learning, Testing And Teaching Rod Ellis (University of Auckland), Shawn Loewen (Michigan State University), Catherine Elder (University of Melbourne), Rosemary Erlam, Jenefer Philp (University of Auckland) and Hayo Reinders (University of Hawaii) The New Zealand research group has done a superb job of putting together in a coherent volume empirical studies on implicit and explicit L2 knowledge, a timely topic in SLA research. A full range of issues is covered including theory, definitions, measurement as well as the effects of instruction. This book is a welcome addition to the growing body of studies on L2 knowledge types and will occupy an important place in university and private libraries. Susan Gass, University Distinguished Professor, Michigan State University Implicit/ explicit knowledge constitutes a key distinction in the study of second language acquisition. This book reports a project that investigated ways of measuring implicit/explicit L2 knowledge, the relationship between the two types of knowledge and language proficiency, and the effect that different types of form-focused instruction had on their acquisition. Second Language Acquisition June 2009 408pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691750 £69.95 / US$109.95 / €79.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691743 £29.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691767

Lexical Processing In Second Language Learners Papers and Perspectives in Honour of Paul Meara Edited by Tess Fitzpatrick (Swansea University) and Andy Barfield (Chuo University) This book presents studies at the cutting edge of second language vocabulary research by authors whose work represents much of the current focus and direction of investigation in this area. Various aspects of L2 lexical processing, acquisition, and storage are explored in a groundbreaking series of relevant and replicable studies. Second Language Acquisition May 2009 200pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691521 £59.95 / US$99.95 / €74.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691514 £29.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691538

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Second Language Acquisition Early Learning Of Modern Foreign Languages Processes and Outcomes

Language Learning Strategies in Independent Settings

Edited by Marianne Nikolov (University of Pécs)

Edited by Stella Hurd (Open University) and Tim Lewis (Open University)

Modern languages are taught to young learners at an increasingly early age, yet few publications focus on what is available to children in different contexts and classrooms. This book represents the state-of-the-art in research on young language learners. Covering a range of languages, contexts and research methods, it provides insights into how young learners progress. Second Language Acquisition February 2009 264pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691460 £69.95 / US$124.95 / €99.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691453 £27.95 / US$44.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691477

Motivation, Language Identity and The L2 Self Edited by Zoltán Dörnyei (University of Nottingham) and Ema Ushioda (University of Warwick) With contributions by leading European, North American and Asian scholars, this volume offers a comprehensive anthology of conceptual and empirical papers describing the latest developments in L2 motivation research that involves the reframing of motivation in the context of contemporary notions of self and identity. Second Language Acquisition January 2009 376pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691286 £89.95 / US$179.95 / €125.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691279 £34.95 / US$69.95 / €49.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691293

Third Language Acquisition and Universal Grammar Edited by Yan-kit Ingrid Leung (University of Hong Kong) This volume presents studies which approach the relatively new field of third language (L3) acquisition from the generative linguistic perspective. It aims to bring together researchers who are interested in L3 acquisition and who are at the same time working within the generative framework i.e. Chomsky’s Universal Grammar (UG) approach to language acquisition. A total of nine contributions are included, reporting research on L3 involving different combinations of source/target languages and investigating various UG-related properties. Second Language Acquisition January 2009 240pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691316 £59.95 / US$119.95 / €84.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691323

Input Matters in SLA Edited by Thorsten Piske (University of Education Schwäbische Gmünd) and Martha Young-Scholten (University of Newcastle) This volume bridges the gap between theory and practice by bringing together well-known and new authors to discuss a topic of mutual interest to second language researchers and teachers alike: input. Reader-friendly chapters offer a range of existing and new perspectives on input in morphology, syntax, phonetics and phonology. Second Language Acquisition 2008 328pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691101 £84.95 / US$169.95 / €119.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691095 £29.95 / US$59.95 / €42.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691118

Socializing Identities Through Speech Style Learners of Japanese as a Foreign Language Haruko Minegishi Cook (University of Hawaii at Manoa) Drawing on the perspective of language socialization and a theory of indexicality, this book examines dinnertime talk in a homestay context and explores ways in which learners of Japanese as a foreign language and their Japanese host families socialize their identities through speech style. Second Language Acquisition 2008 240pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691019 £59.95 / US$119.95 / €84.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691002 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691026

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In recent years traditional, classroom-based language tuition has been increasingly overshadowed by innovative approaches, such as distance learning, supported independent learning and blended learning (with an online component). This timely volume examines the use of language learning strategies in a range of independent settings, and addresses key issues for independent learners such as autonomy, strategic awareness and self-regulation. Second Language Acquisition 2008 352pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690982 £74.95 / US$149.95 / €104.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690975 £29.95 / US$59.95 / €41.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690999

Grammar Acquisition And Processing Instruction Secondary and Cumulative Effects Alessandro Benati (University of Greenwich) and James F. Lee (University of New South Wales) Benati and Lee present innovative directions for research on input processing making this volume a most valuable contribution to SLA scholars and graduate students. Wynne Wong, Associate Professor of French and SLA, The Ohio State University, USA The research we present in this book establishes a unique line of research within the Processing Instruction model by assessing the transfer-of-training effects of this approach to grammar instruction on how learners make form-meaning connections. In this book we present the results of three experimental studies investigating secondary and cumulative effects in French, Italian and English. Second Language Acquisition 2008 232pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691040 £69.95 / US$139.95 / €97.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691033 £29.95 / US$59.95 / €41.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691057

Language Learners with Special Needs An International Perspective Edited by Judit Kormos (Lancaster University) and Edit H. Kontra (Eötvös Loránd University) This book provides an overview of topics related to the language learning processes of learners with special needs including students with learning disabilities as well as Deaf language learners and methods of teaching foreign languages to them. The chapters written by authors in a wide variety of educational settings discuss individual learner characteristics and profiles, diagnosis and assessment issues and instructional programs. Second Language Acquisition 2008 248pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690906 £54.95 / US$109.95 / €76.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690890 £22.95 / US$44.95 / €31.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690913

Second Language Acquisition Collection (Vols 1-20) This set includes the first 20 volumes of this series. This series brings together titles dealing with a variety of aspects of language acquisition and processing in situations where a language or languages other than the native language is involved. Second language is therefore interpreted in its broadest possible sense. The volumes included in the series all in their different ways offer, on the one hand, exposition and discussion of empirical findings and, on the other, some degree of theoretical reflection. In this latter connection, no particular theoretical stance is privileged in the series; nor is any relevant perspective - sociolinguistic, psycholinguistic, neurolinguistic, etc. - deemed out of place. ISBN 9781853599699 £995.00 / US$1995.00 Available by special order only from Multilingual Matters. For details of the individual volumes please see our website: www.multilingual-matters.com


Language And Literacy Studies Bodies And Language Health, Ailments, Disabilities

Gendered Identities And Immigrant Language Learning

Vaidehi Ramanathan (University of California)

Julia Menard-Warwick (University of California)

Focussing on body conditions associated with breast cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, (type-1) diabetes, epilepsy, partial hearing and autism, this book draws on a range of critical theories to contest collectively assembled notions of ‘abnormality,’ ‘disability’ and ‘impairments.’ It also addresses the need for applied sociolinguists to take account of how our researching practices - the texts we produce, the orientations we assume, the theoretical grounds from which we proceed - create ‘meanings’ about bodies and ‘normalcy’, and the importance of remaining ever vigilant and civically responsible in what we do or claim to do

This ethnographic study of a California English as a Second Language program explores how the gendered life experiences of immigrant adults shape their participation in both the English language classroom and the education of their children, within the contemporary sociohistorical context of Latin American immigration to the United States.

December 2009 c.144pp Hbk ISBN 9781847692368 c. £49.95 / US$89.95 / €64.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847692351 c. £17.95 / US$29.95 / €24.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692375

The Idea Of English In Japan Ideology and the Evolution of a Global Language Philip Seargeant (The Open University) This book examines the ways in which English is conceptualised as a global language in Japan, and considers how the resultant language ideologies – drawn in part from universal discourses; in part from context-specific trends in social history – inform the relationships that people in Japan have towards the language. Critical Language and Literacy Studies August 2009 208pp Hbk ISBN 9781847692023 £59.95 / US$99.95 / €79.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847692016 £24.95 / US$44.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692030

China And English Globalisation and the Dilemmas of Identity Edited by Joseph Lo Bianco (University of Melbourne), Jane Orton (University of Melbourne) and Gao Yihong (Peking University) China has become the world’s largest English learning society, and China’s decisions in relation to English will directly affect its fortunes into the future. This unique volume explores the prospects of English in relation to the debates on identity and cultural values that mass English teaching in China have stimulated. Critical Language and Literacy Studies November 2009 c.304pp Hbk ISBN 9781847692290 c. £69.95 / US$129.95 / €89.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847692283 c. £24.95 / US$49.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692306

Critical Language and Literacy Studies October 2009 c.224pp Hbk ISBN 9781847692146 c. £59.95 / US$99.95 / €79.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847692139 c. £21.95 / US$34.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692153

Language And HIV/Aids Edited by Christina Higgins (University of Hawaii) and Bonny Norton (University of British Columbia) This volume focuses on the role of language in the construction of knowledge about HIV/AIDS. The authors draw on discourse analysis, ethnography, and social semiotics to interpret meaningmaking practices in formal and informal HIV/AIDS education in Australia, Cambodia, Burkina Faso, Hong Kong, India, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, and Uganda. Critical Language and Literacy Studies November 2009 c.280pp Hbk ISBN 9781847692207 c. £69.95 / US$129.95 / €89.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847692191 c. £24.95 / US$44.95 / €31.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692214

Hybrid Identities And Adolescent Girls Being 'Half' in Japan Laurel Kamada This book examines the ethnic, gendered, and embodied ‘hybrid’ identities of ‘half-Japanese’ girls in Japan, colourfully narrated through their own voices. The girls struggle to positively construct their identities into positions of control over disempowering discourses of ‘otherness’, while also celebrating cultural capital as they negotiate their constructed identities of ‘Japaneseness’, ‘whiteness’ and ‘halfness/doubleness’. Critical Language and Literacy Studies December 2009 c.272pp Hbk ISBN 9781847692337 c. £64.95 / US$119.95 / €79.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847692320 c. £24.95 / US$49.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692344

English As A Local Language Post-colonial Identities and Multilingual Practices Christina Higgins (University of Hawaii)

Collaborative Research In Multilingual Classrooms Corey Denos, Kelleen Toohey (Simon Fraser University), Kathy Neilson (Simon Fraser University) and Bonnie Waterstone (Simon Fraser University) The account of this group of professionals collaborating, discussing and understanding across school and university contexts is uplifting, inspiring and hopeful. It is an excellent example of how teachers and academics can engage in changing school practices and how we all experience varying roles as knowers and learners. Angela Creese, School of Education, University of Birmingham, UK

Hitherto, this field of scholarship has been dominated by the research of English as an ‘international language’ or ‘global language’ or ‘world language’. But in this book, Christina Higgins jettisons that norm and brings a daring yet refreshing new voice to the debate by focusing on the appropriation of English as a local language and mapping the politics of its co-existence with indigenous languages in Kenya and Tanzania. She has developed a framework that places multilingual practices at the theoretical centre while responding brilliantly to the growing relevance of social theory in sociolinguistics. Professor Tope Omoniyi, Roehampton University, UK

Reporting on the research collaborations of a group of teachers, graduate students, and a university professor, this book investigates how classrooms might be better for students of diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds, abilities and socioeconomic circumstances, and better for teachers as well.

This book explores how multilingualism involving English is ordered in post-colonial, globalizing societies. By placing multilingual practices at the theoretical center, the author investigates a range of sociolinguistic domains to demonstrate how individuals use English as a local resource alongside other languages in East Africa to produce an array of local and global identifications.

Critical Language and Literacy Studies February 2009 144pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691378 £44.95 / US$89.95 / €64.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691361 £16.95 / US$34.95 / €24.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691385

Critical Language and Literacy Studies July 2009 184pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691811 £49.95 / US$84.95 / €64.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691804 £19.95 / US$34.95 / €24.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691828

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Language & Education Spanish As An International Language Implications for Teachers and Learners

The Politics Of Language Education Individuals and Institutions

Deborah Arteaga (University of Nevada) and Lucía Llorente (Berry College)

Edited by Charles Alderson (Lancaster University)

Spanish is spoken in many countries around the world, and like all languages, different forms of Spanish express different levels of formality. Taking these variations in Spanish into account, this book describes the most important linguistic features of the language. The book is an ideal resource for teachers and students of Spanish, and no prior linguistic knowledge is assumed. New Perspectives on Language and Education July 2009 272pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691729 £59.95 / US$99.95 / €74.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691712 £22.95 / US$34.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691736

This volume highlights the importance of micropolitics in shaping language education policy, development and projects. Chapters discuss background theory to understanding micropolitics, issues surrounding the research and publication of political behaviour by individuals and institutions, and present a series of case studies in a variety of aspects of language education from a range of different contexts.

Culturally And Linguistically Diverse Classrooms New Dilemmas for Teachers

New Perspectives on Language and Education February 2009 248pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691439 £59.95 / US$99.95 / €74.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691422 £24.95 / US$39.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691446 0

Edited by Jennifer Miller (Monash University), Alex Kostogriz (Deakin University) and Margaret Gearon (Monash University) The growing cultural, racial and linguistic diversity in schools has changed the face of language teaching in many countries. This book presents theory and research by a group of internationally recognised scholars who address the issues and challenges for teachers and their students in increasingly plurilingual and multicultural classrooms. New Perspectives on Language and Education October 2009 c.272pp Hbk ISBN 9781847692177 c. £69.95 / US$119.95 / €89.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847692160 c. £19.95 / US$29.95 / €24.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692184

English As An International Language Perspectives and Pedagogical Issues Edited by Farzad Sharifian (Monash University) Collectively, the chapters in this volume make a significant contribution to the emerging paradigm of English as an International Language (EIL) by exploring various aspects of the English language and its pedagogy in the context of the globalization of this language. The volume shows a great deal of promise in terms of expanding the paradigm and also establishing new grounds for thinking, research, and practice. New Perspectives on Language and Education January 2009 304pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691217 £69.95 / US$139.95 / €99.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691224 £27.95 / US$54.95 / €38.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691231

Creating Classroom Communities Of Learning International Case Studies and Perspectives Edited by Roger Barnard (University of Waikato) and María E. Torres-Guzmán (Teachers College, Columbia University) This is a collection of nine case studies of teachers and young learners in countries as widely separated as USA, Japan and Australia. In each chapter, classroom interaction is interpreted by different authors to illustrate how teachers and their students verbally co-construct culturally appropriate learning attitudes and behaviours. The collection reveals not only similarities and differences across cultural divides, but also how different perspectives can provide alternative and rich interpretations of teaching and learning. New Perspectives on Language and Education 2008 216pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691132 £59.95 / US$119.95 / €84.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691125 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691149

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This is a brave, honest and challenging book which provides the missing piece in our understanding of the implementation of language education policy, in particular, and the management of change, more generally. Viv Edwards, University of Reading

The Languages Of Africa And The Diaspora Educating for Language Awareness Edited by Jo Anne Kleifgen (Teachers College, Columbia University) and George C. Bond (Teachers College, Columbia University) This deeply informed and solidly grounded inquiry provides an illuminating perspective into the nature, variety, and social and cultural setting of languages of Africa and the diaspora, and implications for instruction and language policy. A very valuable contribution. Noam Chomsky This book takes a fresh look at subordinated vernacular languages in the context of African, Caribbean, and US educational landscapes, highlighting the social cost of linguistic exceptionalism for speakers of these languages. Chapters describe contravening movements toward various forms of linguistic diversity and offer a comprehensive approach to language awareness in educative settings. New Perspectives on Language and Education February 2009 312pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691347 £74.95 / US$139.95 / €109.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691330 £29.95 / US$54.95 / €42.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691354

The Meaning Makers (2nd Ed) Learning to Talk and Talking to Learn Gordon Wells (University of California at Santa Cruz) The Meaning Makers traces the language and literacy development of a large, representative sample of children from age 1 to 10, quoting liberally from observations made at home and at school. Setting the findings of the study in the context of recent research, it offers suggestions for improving children’s opportunities for learning. New Perspectives on Language and Education August 2009 c.344pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691996 £79.95 / US$119.95 / €89.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691989 £19.95 / US$29.95 / €24.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847692009

Language Teacher Identities Co-constructing Discourse and Community Matthew Clarke (University of Hong Kong) This book explores the development of the first cohort of students to complete a new Bachelor of Education in English language teaching in the United Arab Emirates, theorizing the students’ learning to teach in terms of the discursive construction of a teaching identity within an evolving community of practice. New Perspectives on Language and Education 2008 232pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690821 £69.95 / US$139.95 / €99.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690814 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690838


Sociolinguistics Language And Poverty Edited by Wayne Harbert (Cornell University), Sally McConnell-Ginet (Cornell University), Amanda Miller (Cornell University) and John Whitman (Cornell University) This is a fascinating volume. As far as I know, it is the first comprehensive collection on this important subject. The authors are well known experts in their disciplines and are able to contribute numerous important insights on the complex interactions between language choices, material poverty and economic disruption. James Crawford, President, Institute for Language and Education Policy, USA This volume explores the complex interactions of language with economic resources. How does poverty affect language survival? How is the economic status of individuals affected by the languages they do or do not speak? The authors address these questions from multiple perspectives, drawing on linguistics, language policy and planning, economics, anthropology, and sociology. Multilingual Matters 2008 240pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691187 £64.95 / US$139.95 / €89.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691194 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691200

Globally Speaking Motives for Adopting English Vocabulary in Other Languages Edited by Judith Rosenhouse (Swantech Ltd) and Rotem Kowner (University of Haifa) The volume examines the motives for lexical borrowing from English during the last century, the processes involved in the penetration of English vocabulary into new environments, and the extent of its integration into twelve languages representing several language families. Many of these absorbing languages are studied here for the first time. Multilingual Matters 2008 352pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690517 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690524

The Sociolinguistics Of Development In Africa Paulin G Djité (University of Western Sydney) This is a powerful piece of work that draws together a lot of disparate information, much not readily accessible to an English speaking public, about African languages, their use and the impact of that on the (non)development occurring in Africa, thereby highlighting the role that African languages might play in reversing that situation. Richard B. Baldauf Jr., University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia This book is an analysis of modernisation informed by the place of language in education, health, the economy and governance in the African context. It paints a wide canvas of Africa in its different facets, and shows how language is used as an instrument to deny access to socioeconomic and political emancipation. Multilingual Matters 2008 248pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690463 £69.95 / US$139.95 / €99.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690456 £27.95 / US$54.95 / €38.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690470

Minority Language Media Concepts, Critiques and Case Studies Edited by Mike Cormack (UHI Millennium Institute) and Niamh Hourigan (University College Cork) This timely collection of essays has taken my understanding of the relationship between minority languages and the media to a new level. The editors have done a great job bringing together old and new media worlds, historical and cultural perspectives, and geographical case studies in an insightful and illuminating way. Professor David Crystal This book is an international collection of essays by 14 researchers. Included are essays on general topics on minority language media, as well as studies of specific examples. The contributors are all experienced researchers in this field. Taken as a whole, the book is the first attempt to define and develop minority language media as a distinct field of study Multilingual Matters 2007 280pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599644 £59.95 / US$119.95 / €84.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599637 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599651

Linguistic Landscapes A Comparative Study of Urban Multilingualism in Tokyo Peter Backhaus (German Institute for Japanese Studies) In this study of the linguistic landscape of Tokyo Peter Backhaus clearly demonstrates that Japan is not as linguistically homogeneous as is commonly thought. His fascinating account is based on a large empirical database of multilingual signs He describes in detail the increasing importance of English as well as other languages. His book proves that the study of the linguistic landscape is a valuable new development in the analysis of multilingualism around the world. Durk Gorter, Universiteit van Amsterdam/Fryske Akademy Linguistic Landscapes is the first comprehensive approach to language on signs. It provides an up-to-date review of previous research, introduces a coherent analytical framework, and applies this framework to a sample of signs collected in Tokyo. It demonstrates that the study of language on signs provides a unique research perspective to urban multilingualism. Multilingual Matters 2007 168pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599477 £54.95 / US$109.95 / €76.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599460 £21.95 / US$39.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599484

Learning The Arts Of Linguistic Survival Languaging, Tourism, Life Alison Phipps (University of Glasgow) In this beautifully written, poetic, and brilliantly insightful book, Alison Phipps addresses the social, cultural, and political implications of learning to speak a tourist language and its broader implications for a meaningful sense of dialogue, cultural change, and democracy itself. This may be one of the most important books written on language, pedagogy, and tourism in the last fifty years and hopefully will be widely read by anyone wishing to enter the changing conditions of a global democracy. Henry Giroux, McMaster University, Canada This ground-breaking book examines what happens when tourists learn to speak other languages. From ordering a coffee to following directions Alison Phipps argues passionately for a new perception of the relationship between tourism and languages from one based on the acquisition of basic, functional skills to one which sustains and even strengthens intercultural dialogue. Tourism and Cultural Change 2006 216pp Hbk ISBN 9781845410544 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781845410537 £21.95 / US$44.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781845410551

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Parents’ And Teachers’ Guides A Parents' And Teachers' Guide To Bilingualism Third Edition

Equal Rights To The Curriculum Many Languages, One Message

Colin Baker (Bangor University)

Eithne Gallagher

Families around the world raising bilingual and multilingual children will breathe a sigh of relief to find Colin Baker’s third edition of A Parents’ and Teachers’ Guide to Bilingualism. With its expert answers and easy-to-read format, this book will be a touchstone for families just getting started as well as those needing guidance along the way. Corey Heller, Bilingual/Bicultural Family Network founder and publisher/editor of Multilingual Living Magazine

This highly original book is written by an expert and experienced teacher who has considerable insight and inner understanding of classrooms and schools. It will spread best practice and increase school effectiveness in policy, provision and practice. Professor Colin Baker, Bangor University, Wales

Written in a very reader-friendly style, the book is a practical introduction for parents and teachers to bilingualism. Straightforward and realistic answers are given to a comprehensive set of frequently asked questions about bilingualism and bilingual education. Areas covered include family, language, culture, identity, reading, writing, schooling and issues. Parents' and Teachers Guides 2007 256pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690012 £29.95 / US$49.95 / €41.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690005 £12.95 / US$19.95 / €17.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690029

This book addresses issues that educators, policy makers and parents of linguistically diverse children must face when teaching in, administrating or choosing an International School. The author draws on teaching theory to propose guidelines, best practice and checklists for ensuring that all children in a school’s multicultural society benefit from a truly inclusive curriculum, regardless of their linguistic and cultural origins. Parents' and Teachers Guides 2008 184pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690685 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690678 £16.95 / US$34.95 / €23.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690692

Growing Up With Three Languages Birth to Eleven

Bilingualism In International Schools A Model for Enriching Language Education

Xiao-lei Wang (Pace University)

Maurice Carder

This book is hugely enjoyable! It is written in a highly accessible style, and yet it is academically rigorous. The author has a profound understanding of the linguistic, social, cultural and psychological aspects of trilingualism and uses her large corpus covering more than 10 years of trilingual interactions in a family setting as an illustration of successful trilingual development. Dr. Jean-Marc Dewaele, Department of Applied Linguistics, Birkbeck, University of London

Carder’s voice is clear and succinct. The book is user friendly, containing an appropriate balance of theoretical exposition and practical advice. Throughout the book Carder’s advice is practical and grounded in the realities of school life. I find this book to be a very welcome addition to the literature. It is an excellent introduction to the topic. Trevor Grimshaw, University of Bath, in Journal of Research in International Education 2007, 6; 375

This book is for parents who live in a foreign country and intend to raise their children in their own heritage language(s). It offers helpful suggestions for this challenging situation and provides useful strategies in the daily interactions between parents and children.

This book presents a model for successfully instructing bilingual students in International Schools across the curriculum. In such schools there is now a majority of second language learners, and Carder presents a three-programme model which will provide content-based English-language skills, provide appropriate staff training, and develop students’ mother tongues.

Parents' and Teachers Guides 2008 240pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691071 £59.95 / US$119.95 / €83.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691064 £18.95 / US$36.95 / €25.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691088

Parents' and Teachers Guides 2007 224pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599415 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599408 £19.95 / US$39.95 / €27.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599422

Language Planning and Policy Language Planning And Policy In Asia, Vol.1 Japan, Nepal and Taiwan and Chinese Characters

Language Planning And Policy: Language Planning In Local Contexts

Edited by Robert B Kaplan and Richard B Baldauf Jr (University of Queensland)

Edited by Anthony J. Liddicoat (University of South Australia) and Richard B Baldauf Jr (University of Queensland)

This volume covers the language situation in Japan, Nepal and Taiwan, as well as the modernisation of Chinese Characters in China, explaining the linguistic diversity, the historical and political contexts and the current language situation – including language-in-education planning, the role of the media, the role of religion, and the roles of non-indigenous languages. Two of the authors are indigenous and the other two have been participants in the language planning context. Language Planning and Policy 2008 312pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690951 £44.95 / US$89.95 / €62.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690968

Language problems potentially exist at all levels of human activity, including the local contexts of communities and institutions. This volume examines the ways in which language planning works as a local activity in a wide variety of contexts around the world and dealing with a wide range of language planning issues. Language Planning and Policy 2008 298pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690630 £39.95 / US$79.95 / €54.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690647

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Languages For Intercultural Communication & Education Becoming Interculturally Competent Through Education And Training

Online Intercultural Exchange An Introduction for Foreign Language Teachers

Edited by Anwei Feng (Bangor University), Michael Byram (University of Durham) and Mike Fleming (Durham University)

Edited by Robert O'Dowd (Universidad de Leon)

This anthology is another major achievement from the ‘Durham team’ and is by far their most honest and balanced volume in terms of theory, research and practice. The contributions, skilfully weaved together, offer thought-provoking and inspiring coverage of many untrodden paths of the vital scholarship on intercultural competence. A must read! Fred Dervin, PhD (Turku) & Docteur ès Lettres (Sorbonne), Senior Lecturer, University of Turku, Finland This book demonstrates the complementarity of educational and training approaches to developing intercultural competence as represented by those who work in commercial training and those who work in further and higher education. It does so by presenting chapters of analysis and chapters describing courses in the two sectors. Languages for Intercultural Communication and Education May 2009 240pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691637 £64.95 / US$109.95 / €79.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691620 £24.95 / US$39.95 / €29.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691644

From Foreign Language Education To Education For Intercultural Citizenship Essays and Reflections Michael Byram (University of Durham) It would be hard to deny the importance of Byram's excellent book. It is unique, because it views language teaching as a social and political activity and it gives new insights into the topic of foreign language education. Michael Byram's book is a worthwhile read and welcome addition to our body of knowledge on foreign language education. It is clearly worded, interesting, useful and opens new avenues for future research and study. Tünde Bajzát, University of Miskolc, Hungary, Linguist List 20.1850 This collection of essays analyses the evolution of theory of intercultural competence and its relationship to education for citizenship. It does so by analysing the concepts of intercultural competence, including the notion of the intercultural speaker, by discussing the ways in which language education policy develops and by comparing the theories and purposes of foreign language education and education for citizenship. Languages for Intercultural Communication and Education 2008 288pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690791 £59.95 / US$119.95 / €84.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690784 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690807

Deep Culture The Hidden Challenges of Global Living Joseph Shaules This book is a timely intervention in the field of intercultural communication and the forms of learning that underpin it. It takes issue with existing approaches that construe intercultural learning as a largely linear process, and argues that things are considerably more complex. Professor Michael Kelly, University of Southampton A straightforward guide to understanding the hidden cultural challenges of adapting to life abroad. Combining intercultural theory with the lived experiences of sojourners, it reviews key concepts, introduces a cultural learning model, explains hidden barriers to intercultural sensitivity, and brings clarity to debates about globalization and cultural difference. An essential resource for sojourners and educators. Languages for Intercultural Communication and Education 2007 280pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690173 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690166 £19.95 / US$39.95 / €27.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690180

This state-of-the-art volume comprehensively covers the theory, research, and practice of online cultural exchanges. It is an important addition to the literature on technology use in the language classroom. Mark Warschauer, Professor of Education, University of California, Irvine This volume provides an introduction to online intercultural exchange, the activity of engaging language learners in collaborative project work with partners from other cultures through the use of online communication technology. The chapters look at how online collaboration can be successfully integrated into the foreign language classroom and how it can contribute to the development of students’ intercultural communicative competence. Languages for Intercultural Communication and Education 2007 304pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690098 £59.95 / US$119.95 / €84.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690081 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690104

Education For Intercultural Citizenship Concepts and Comparisons Edited by Geof Alred (Durham University), Michael Byram (University of Durham) and Mike Fleming (Durham University) This work is a thoughtful and well-written contribution to the literature, and the editors and authors have done a remarkable job of tying a number of complex and potentially frustrating issues together in a cogent and understandable manner. Timothy Reagan, Central Connecticut State University, in Studies in Second Language Acquisition 30:1 This book examines citizenship education from the perspective of interculturality in order to extend its meaning and significance within and beyond the nation state, and in education in the nation state. There are chapters which deal with theory and concepts and others which present country and international case studies. Languages for Intercultural Communication and Education 2006 272pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599194 £59.95 / US$119.95 / €83.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599187 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599200

Living And Studying Abroad Research and Practice Edited by Michael Byram (University of Durham) and Anwei Feng (Bangor University) This volume offers a refreshing read not only to research regarding studying and living abroad but also to research in general. This volume serves as an invaluable tool for developing a strong research design in studying cultural interaction and its implication for study abroad. Christine Isabelli-Garcia, Illinois Wesleyan University, in the Modern Language Journal 92:3 Studies of students who travel to other countries for study. It includes students travelling within Europe, from Europe and America to East Asia and China and vice versa. The articles report the results of research and also give detailed accounts of the research methods used, and this will be particularly useful to other researchers. Languages for Intercultural Communication and Education 2006 296pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599118 £64.95 / US$129.95 / €89.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599101 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599125

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Translation & Interpreting Studies Translating China

A Companion To Translation Studies

Edited by Xuanmin Luo (Tsinghua University) and Yuanjian He (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Edited by Piotr Kuhiwczak (University of Warwick) and Karin Littau (University of Essex)

The book is a collection of essays on translating various types of text (literary, religious, political, etc.) into and from Chinese. The focus is on how such translations have been produced and propagated from ancient to modern times, and their sociocultural impact on the evolution of Chinese history and Chinese translatology.

This excellent critical companion will be welcomed by students and established scholars alike. Organised thematically, it presents different strands and schools of thought in the context of their contributions to particular shared concerns, thus offering an ideal springboard for further reading in both translation studies and neighbouring disciplines. Kate Sturge, Aston University, UK

Topics in Translation October 2009 c.232pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691873 c. £49.95 / US$89.95 / €69.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691880

New Trends In Audiovisual Translation Edited by Jorge Díaz Cintas (Imperial College London) This book is going to be a classic. This is a must read, a prime example of solid scholarship and academic writing in this relatively young branch of Translation Studies. Jorge Díaz Cintas's lucid introduction offers a rare insight into the roots of AVT research, as well as its almost limitless but challenging future potential.The articles in the collection cover judiciously selected topics that constitute the core of AVT research and, indeed, Translation Studies today. AVT research emerges as a truly interdisciplinary research domain of great scientific and social relevance. Aline Remael, Professor of Audiovisual Translation and Translation Studies, Artesis University College, Antwerp, Belgium This book, a collection of articles written by leading experts in the field of audiovisual translation, introduces the reader to some of the main linguistic and cultural challenges that translators encounter when dealing with films and other audiovisual productions. The volume raises awareness of current issues and debates in the study of dubbing and subtitling and offers new insights on these complex and vibrant areas of the translation discipline. Topics in Translation April 2009 288pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691545 £64.95 / US$109.95 / €89.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691552

Translation, Globalisation And Localisation A Chinese Perspective Edited by Wang Ning (Tsinghua University) and Sun Yifeng (Lingnan University) The book successfully globalizes the research results on translation studies made by domestic Chinese researchers. This anthology excels in its richness and depth thanks to its refreshing views and critical perspectives. Extensive research by each contributor is conspicuous and highly appreciated. All in all, the book stands out as a fine collection of contemporary translation and cross-cultural studies that surely deepens our understanding of the underrepresented Chinese research community. Ka-wai Yeung, Hang Seng School of Commerce in Linguist List 19.3819

A Companion to Translation Studies is the first work of its kind. It provides an authoritative guide to key approaches in translation studies. All of the essays are specially commissioned for this collection, and written by leading international experts in the field. The book is divided into nine specialist areas: culture, philosophy, linguistics, history, literary, gender, theatre and opera, screen, and politics. Each chapter gives an in-depth account of theoretical concepts, issues and debates which define a field within translation studies, mapping out past trends and suggesting how research might develop in the future. Topics in Translation 2007 192pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599576 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599569 £19.95 / US$39.95 / €27.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599583

Literary Translation A Practical Guide Clifford Landers No book exists that takes such a practical and comprehensive approach to the myriad issues faced by translators of literature, and in sharing his wisdom in such an accessible way, with this book Cliff Landers has, in his own charming, humble way, made an enormous contribution to our craft. Kirk Anderson, Welcome to TranslationZone.com! In this book, both beginning and experienced translators will find pragmatic techniques for dealing with problems of literary translation, whatever the original language. Certain challenges and certain themes recur in translation, whatever the language pair. This guide proposes to help the translator navigate through them. Written in a witty and easy to read style, the book’s handson approach will make it accessible to translators of any background. A significant portion of this Practical Guide is devoted to the question of how to go about finding an outlet for one’s translations. Topics in Translation 2001 224pp Hbk ISBN 9781853595202 £44.95 / US$89.95 / €62.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853595196 £14.95 / US$29.95 / €21.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853595639

Translating Law

This is the first anthology of translation studies edited by two leading Chinese scholars in the field published in the English speaking world. The essays deal with translation studies in a global/local context and from a Chinese perspective. Such cutting edge theoretic topics as globalisation, postcolonial theory, diaspora writing, polysystem theory, and East-West comparative literature and culture studies are discussed in an indepth and accessible way.

Deborah Cao (Griffith University)

Topics in Translation 2008 208pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690531 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690548

Topics in Translation 2007 208pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599545 £36.95 / US$74.95 / €51.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599552

The book examines legal translation in its many facets from an interdisciplinary perspective, covering both theoretical and practical grounds and linguistic as well as legal issues. It analyses the basic skills and competence of the legal translator and various types of legal texts and is useful for translators, lawyers, linguistic and legal scholars and other professionals working in a bilingual/multilingual legal context.

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Language Development & Disorders Language Disorders in Speakers of Chinese Edited by Sam-Po Law (University of Hong Kong), Brendan Weekes (University of Sussex) and Anita M-Y Wong (University of Hong Kong) Splendid! This volume, with its timely topic, reputable editors, and outstanding contributors, not only fills an existing gap but also breaks new ground in the comparative study of language disorders. Ping Li, Professor of Psychology and Linguistics, Pennsylvania State University, Editor of Bilingualism: Language and Cognition This book represents the latest research in language disorders in Chinese speakers by more than 20 scholars from Asia, the UK and the US. It features single case and group studies addressing theoretical and clinical issues concerning language impairments and reading and writing disorders in Chinese-speaking children and adults. Communication Disorders Across Languages 2008 328pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691163 £69.95 / US$139.95 / €99.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691170

Communication Disorders in Spanish Speakers Theoretical, Research and Clinical Aspects Edited by José G. Centeno (St John's University), Raquel T. Anderson (Indiana University) and Loraine K. Obler (City University of New York) This landmark volume celebrates the major achievements in research on communication disorders in Spanish speakers. The evidence-based approach to theoretical and clinical question will appeal to speechlanguage pathologists, cognitive neuropsychologists, applied linguists, educational psychologists and many others. It also sets the standard for future cross-disciplinary and cross-linguistic studies of communication disorders. Professor Li Wei, PhD, University of London This volume provides both students and licensed professionals in speech-language pathology much-needed multidisciplinary bases to provide clinical services to Spanish speakers. Researchers and practitioners from Speech-Language Pathology, Neurolinguistics, Neuropsychology, Education, and Clinical Psychology provide theoretical and empirical grounds to develop evidence-based clinical procedures for monolingual Spanish and bilingual Spanish-English children and adults with communication disorders. Communication Disorders Across Languages 2007 320pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599729 £59.95 / US$119.95 / €84.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599712 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599736

Phonological Development and Disorders in Children A Multilingual Perspective

Childhood Bilingualism Research on Infancy through School Age Edited by Peggy McCardle (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development) and Erika Hoff (Florida Atlantic University) This book is an excellent illustration of the benefits of interdisciplinary collaboration in the area of childhood bilingualism. Following on from an international workshop on this topic, leading players in the fields of child and adult bilingualism provide us with an impressive state-of-the-art survey of recent work as well as a clear research agenda for the future. Margaret Deuchar, University of Wales, Bangor This book contains reports of research on bilingualism in infants and children as well as perspectives from those involved in crosslinguistic research on language development, literacy development in bilingual children, and psycholinguistic research on bilingualism in adults. It offers a fresh multidisciplinary perspective and next steps for research on childhood bilingualism. Child Language and Child Development 2006 184pp Hbk ISBN 9781853598708 £54.95 / US$109.95 / €76.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853598692 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853598715

A Portrait of the Young in the New Multilingual Spain Edited by Carmen Pérez-Vidal (Universitat Pompeu Fabra), Maria Juan-Garau (Universita de les Illes Balears) and Aurora Bel (Universitat Pompeu Fabra) This book is rich in facts, ideas, and perspectives. The various chapters together cover just about any aspect of bilingualism or multilingualism, at every level of linguistic description, and in every corner of Spain, drawing on a wide array of theories and methodologies. An enticing read for all those interested in bilingualism in general and in Spain in particular. Professor Robert DeKeyser, University of Maryland at College Park, USA This book examines the main issues in bilingual and multilingual language acquisition through children and youngsters growing up in today’s multicultural Spain, both in natural and formal instruction contexts, where four official languages and other new languages are used. The studies cover phonetics, grammar and pragmatics, code mixing, parental strategies, bilingual twins, SLI bilingualism, literacy and stay abroad effects. Child Language and Child Development 2007 312pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690234 £69.95 / US$139.95 / €99.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690227 £27.95 / US$54.95 / €38.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690241

Edited by Zhu Hua (Birkbeck, University of London) and Barbara Dodd (University of Queensland)

Research In Logopedics Speech and Language Therapy in Finland

This volume contributes a vast amount of information on the phonological development of little studied languages and language combinations. It provides data for the researcher into monolingual and bilingual typical and atypical phonological development. As well, the clinician will find useful normative data and therapy guidelines. Leah Gedalyovich, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, in Linguist List 17.3577

Edited by Anu Klippi (University of Helsinki) and Kaisa Launonen (University of Helsinki)

This volume brings together a collection of empirical studies on phonological acquisition and disorder of monolingual children speaking different languages (English, German, Putonghua, Cantonese, Maltese, Telugu, Colloquial Egyptian Arabic and Turkish) and bilingual children speaking different language pairs (Spanish-English, Cantonese-English, Mirpuri/Punjabi/UrduEnglish, Welsh-English, Arabic-English and PutonghuaCantonese). The research findings provide much-needed baseline information for clinical assessment and diagnosis as well as valuable evidence concerning theories of language acquisition and the role of the ambient language.

This book links theoretical approaches of logopedics to clinical practices of speech and language therapy in Finland and in Finnish language. It provides the readers with interesting examples of and insights into the communication challenges in a language that differs substantially from those used in the majority of published reports in the field of language and communication disorders. Communication Disorders Across Languages 2008 280pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690586 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690593

Child Language and Child Development 2006 496pp Hbk ISBN 9781853598890 £54.95 / US$109.95 / €76.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853598906

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Linguistic Diversity & Language Rights Social Justice Through Multilingual Education Edited by Tove Skutnabb-Kangas (Transcultura), Robert Phillipson (Copenhagen Business School), Ajit K. Mohanty (Jawaharlal Nehru University) and Minati Panda (Jawaharlal Nehru University) Noble in purpose, this volume contains many valuable accounts of efforts toward righting longstanding inequities of education in multilingual settings around the world -- from the highlands of Nepal and tribal language communities of India, to the Sámi lands of Scandinavia, to Native North America, and more. The authors passionately portray how very deeply languages matter, for every learner and all learners. Nancy H. Hornberger, Graduate School of Education, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA Although the principles for enabling children to become fully proficient multilinguals through schooling are well known, most Indigenous and minority children are not provided with multilingual education, which would enable them to succeed both in school and in society. In this important book, experts from around the world show how multilingual education can be provided, and what it can achieve. Linguistic Diversity and Language Rights July 2009 408pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691903 £79.95 / US$129.95 / €99.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691897 £29.95 / US$49.95 / €39.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691910

Language Allegiances and Bilingualism In The US Edited by M. Rafael Salaberry (University of Texas at Austin) This book offers a well-made selection of illuminating perspectives on the relation between language and identity in the United States. The contributors - an all-star cast - study the conditions under which beliefs and attitudes towards language are produced and survey the roles they play and effects they have within the fields of culture, education, and politics. With this volume, the sociology of language takes a step forward in its long-standing effort to produce a coherent articulation of language and politics as an object of research. José del Valle, The Graduate Center - CUNY, USA This book explores the close association between use of a language and the sense of affiliation with the culture associated with it: an allegiance that seems to garner a type of loyalty and support that few other identities command.

Global Issues In Language, Education and Development Perspectives from Postcolonial Countries Naz Rassool (University of Reading) This book examines the role that language-in-education policy, historically, has played in shaping possibilities for development, within countries in the Sub-Saharan and South Asian regions. This discussion takes account also of the complex ways in which language, education and development, are linked to the changing global labour market. Key questions are raised regarding the impact of international policy imperatives on development possibilities. Linguistic Diversity and Language Rights 2007 304pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599521 £69.95 / US$139.95 / €99.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599514 £29.95 / US$59.95 / €41.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599538

Imagining Multilingual Schools Languages in Education and Glocalization Edited by Ofelia García (Graduate Center of the City University of New York), Tove Skutnabb-Kangas (Transcultura) and María E. Torres-Guzmán (Teachers College, Columbia University) This inspiring book is hope and imagination in full wingspan. This volume is a fine collection of articles by leading scholars in the area of bilingualism. John C. Maher, International Christian University, Tokyo in the International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism Vol 11 No. 5, 2008 This book brings together visions and realities of multilingual schools throughout the world in order to examine the pedagogical, socioeducational and sociopolitical issues that impact on their development and success. The book considers issues of multilingual schooling in different countries and for diverse populations and groups, while taking into account the global pressures of the 21st century. Linguistic Diversity and Language Rights 2006 344pp Hbk ISBN 9781853598951 £79.95 / US$159.95 / €111.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853598944 £29.95 / US$59.95 / €41.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853598968

Linguistic Diversity and Language Rights June 2009 224pp Hbk ISBN 9781847691781 £59.95 / US$99.95 / €74.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847691774 £24.95 / US$39.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847691798

Creative Writing Creative Writing Studies Practice, Research and Pedagogy

Teaching Poetry Writing A Five-Canon Approach

Edited by Graeme Harper (University of Wales) and Jeri Kroll (Flinders University of South Australia)

Tom Hunley (Western Kentucky University)

This is a great book, and perfect for anyone interested in creative writing - whether you're a creative writer teaching creative writing or you are a student creative writer. This book is readable, thoughtprovoking and innovative. Wonderful! Liam Browne, novelist and Programme Director, Dublin Writers Festival; Books & Debate Programmer, Brighton Festival Here creative writers who are also university teachers monitor their contribution to this popular discipline in essays that indicate how far it has come in the USA, the UK and Australia. Chapters range across all three areas of its subtitle - practice, research and pedagogy - charting creative writing’s evolution as a site of knowledge. New Writing Viewpoints 2007 184pp Hbk ISBN 9781847690203 £59.95 / US$119.95 / €84.95 Pbk ISBN 9781847690197 £24.95 / US$49.95 / €34.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781847690210

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This book is a comprehensive alternative to the full-class workshop approach to poetry writing instruction. In the five canon approach, peer critique of student poems takes place in online environments, freeing up class time for writing exercises and lessons based on the five canons of classical rhetoric: invention, arrangement, style, memory, and delivery. New Writing Viewpoints 20070208pp Hbk ISBN 9781853599750 £49.95 / US$99.95 / €69.95 Pbk ISBN 9781853599743 £19.95 / US$39.95 / €27.95 Also available as a PDF Ebook ISBN 9781853599767


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Acquisition of Sociolinguistic Competence in a Study Abroad Context, The ...................... 7 Advocating for English Learners ........................................................... 4 Alderson, C. ................................................ 10 Alred, G. .......................................................... 13 Anderson, R.T. ......................................... 15 Arteaga, D. ................................................... 10 At War With Diversity ................... 6 Backhaus, P. ................................................ 11 Baker, C. .......................................................... 3,12 Baldauf Jr, R.B. ........................................ 12 Barfield, A. .................................................... 7 Barnard, R. ................................................... 10 Barwell, R. ..................................................... 5 Becoming Interculturally Competent Through Education and Training .............. 13 Beginner’s Guide to Language and Gender, A ............ 3 Bel, A. ................................................................. 15 Benati, A. ....................................................... 8 Bilingual Education .......................... 3 Bilingual Education in China .......................................................... 6 Bilingual First Language Acquisition .................................................. 3 Bilingual Mental Lexicon, The ......................................................................... 5 Bilingualism in International Schools ..................... 12 Bodies and Language ...................... 9 Bond, G.C. ................................................... 10 Byram, M. ..................................................... 13 Carder, M. ..................................................... 12 Cao, D. .............................................................. 14 Carrasquillo, A. ...................................... 4 Cenoz, J. .......................................................... 5 Centeno, J.G. ............................................ 15 Childhood Bilingualism .............. 15 China and English ............................. 9 Clarke, M. ...................................................... 10 Collaborative Research in Multilingual Classrooms ............ 9 Communication Disorders in Spanish Speakers .......................... 15 Companion to Translation Studies, A ....................................................... 14 Contemporary Translation Theories ........................................................... 4 Content and Language Integrated Learning .......................... 7 Cook, H.M. .................................................. 8 Cormack, M. .............................................. 11 Crawford, J. ................................................. 4,6 Creating Classroom Communities of Learning ........ 10 Creative Writing Studies ............. 16 Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Classrooms ........................... 10 Cummins, J. ............................................... 3 Dailey-O’Cain, J. ................................... 7 Deep Culture ............................................. 13 De Houwer, A. ......................................... 3 De Mejía, A-M. ........................................ 6 Denos, C. ....................................................... 9 Díaz Cintas, J. .......................................... 14 Djité, P.G. ...................................................... 11 Dodd, B. .......................................................... 15 Dörnyei, Z. ................................................... 8 Dual Language Education ......... 4 Early Learning of Modern Languages ...................................................... 8 Education for Intercultural Citizenship ................................................... 13 Education of Language Minority Immigrants in the United States, The ................... 5 Edwards, J. .................................................... 5

Edwards, V. .................................................. 3 Elder, C. ........................................................... 7 Ellis, R. .............................................................. 7 English as a Local Language ... 9 English as an International Language ........................................................ 10 English Learners Left Behind ............................................................... 6 Equal Rights to the Curriculum .................................................. 12 Erlam, R. ......................................................... 7 Feng, A. ............................................................ 6,13 First Language Use in Second and Foreign Language Learning ............................ 7 Fitzpatrick, T. ............................................ 7 Fleming, M. ................................................. 13 Forging Multilingual Spaces ... 6 Foundations of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism ... 3 From Foreign Language Education to Education for Intercultural Citizenship ............ 13 Gallagher, E. ............................................... 12 García, O. ....................................................... 3,16 Gearon, M. ................................................... 10 Gendered Identities and Immigrant Language Learning .......................................................... 9 Gentzler, E. .................................................. 4 Global Issues in Language, Education and Development ............................................. 16 Globally Speaking ............................... 11 Grammar Acquisition and Processing Instruction ................... 8 Growing Up with Three Languages ..................................................... 12 Harbert, W. .................................................. 11 Harper, G. ...................................................... 16 Hélot, C. .......................................................... 6 Higgins, C. ................................................... 9 Hoff, E. .............................................................. 15 Hourigan, N. .............................................. 11 Howard, M. ................................................. 7 Hunley, T. ...................................................... 16 Hurd, S. ............................................................ 8 Hybrid Identities and Adolescent Girls .................................... 9 Idea of English in Japan, The ......................................................................... 9 Imagining Multilingual Schools .............................................................. 16 Implicit and Explicit Knowledge in Second Language Learning, Testing and Teaching ............................................. 7 Input Matters in SLA ....................... 8 Interpretation ........................................... 4 Introduction to Bilingual Development, An ................................ 3 Jiménez, R.M. ........................................... 7 Juan-Garau, M. ....................................... 15 Jule, A. ............................................................... 3 Kamada, L. ................................................... 9 Kaplan, R.B. ................................................ 12 Kleifgen, J.A. .............................................. 10 Klippi, A. ........................................................ 15 Kontra, E.H. ................................................ 8 Kormos, J. ...................................................... 8 Kostogriz, A. ............................................... 10 Kowner, R. .................................................... 11 Kroll, J. .............................................................. 16 Kuhiwczak, P. ............................................ 14 Ladd, P. ............................................................. 4 Landers, C. ................................................... 14 Language Allegiances and Bilingualism in the US .................. 16 Language and HIV/Aids .............. 9

Language and Identity in a Dual Immersion School ......... 6 Language and Poverty ................... 11 Language Disabilities in Cultural and Linguistic Diversity .......................................................... 5 Language Disorders in Speakers of Chinese ......................... 15 Language Diversity in the Classroom ..................................................... 5 Language Learners with Special Needs ............................................ 8 Language Learning Stategies in Independent Settings ............. 8 Language Minority Students in the Mainstream Classroom ..................................................... 4 Language Planning and Policy Collection .................................. 12 Language Planning and Policy in Asia Vol. 1 ......................... 12 Language Planning and Policy: Language Planning in Local Contexts ................................ 12 Language, Power and Pedagogy ........................................................ 3 Language Teacher Identities .. 10 Languages of Africa and the Diaspora, The ........................................... 10 Launonen, K .............................................. 15 Law, S-P. ........................................................... 15 Leahy, A. ......................................................... 4 Learning the Arts of Linguistic Survival .............................. 11 Learning to Be Literate ................. 3 Lee, J.F. .............................................................. 8 Lee, J.S. ............................................................. 5 Lemée, I. ......................................................... 7 Leung, Y.I. ..................................................... 8 Lewis, T. ........................................................... 8 Lexical Inferencing in a First and Second Language ...... 7 Lexical Processing in Second Language Learners ....... 7 Liddicoat, A.J. ........................................... 12 Lindholm-Leary, K.J. ....................... 4 Linguistic Landscapes .................... 11 Literary Translation .......................... 14 Littau, K. ........................................................ 14 Living and Studying Abroad .. 13 Llorente, L. .................................................. 10 Lo Bianco, J. ............................................... 9 Loewen, S. .................................................... 7 Manchón, R. .............................................. 7 Martin, D. ..................................................... 5 McCardle, P. ............................................... 15 McConnell-Ginet, S. ........................ 11 Meaning Makers, The .................... 10 Measuring Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition ................ 7 Menard-Warwick, J. .......................... 9 Menken, K. .................................................. 6 Miller, A. ......................................................... 11 Miller, J. ........................................................... 10 Milton, J. ........................................................ 7 Minority Language Media 11 Mohanty, A.K. ......................................... 16 Motivation, Language Identity and the L2 Self .............. 8 Multilingualism in Mathematics Classrooms ........... 5 Multilingualism in Post-Soviet Countries ..................... 6 Neilson, K. .................................................... 9 New Trends in Audiovisual Translation ................................................... 14 Nikolov, M. .................................................. 8 Nolan, J. .......................................................... 4 Norton, B. ..................................................... 9 Obler, L.K. ..................................................... 15

O’Dowd, R. .................................................. 13 Online Intercultural Exchange ... 13 Orton, J. .......................................................... 9 Panda, M. ...................................................... 16 Parents’ and Teachers' Guide to Bilingualism, A ............................... 12 Paribakht, T.S. .......................................... 7 Pavlenko, A. ............................................... 5,6 Pérez-Vidal, C. ......................................... 15 Phillipson, R. ............................................. 16 Philp, J. ............................................................. 7 Phipps, A. ...................................................... 11 Phonological Development and Disorders in Children ....... 15 Piske, T. ............................................................ 8 Politics of Language Education, The ........................................ 10 Portrait of the Young in the New Multilingual Spain, A ...... 15 Potowski, K. ................................................ 6 Power and Identity in the Creative Writing Classroom ... 4 Practical Guide For Translators, A ............................................ 4 Ramanathan, V. ..................................... 9 Rassool, N. .................................................... 16 Regan, V. ......................................................... 7 Reinders, H. ................................................ 7 Research in Logopedics ................ 15 Rodriguez, V. ............................................. 4 Rosenhouse, J. .......................................... 11 Ruiz de Zarobe, Y. ................................ 7 Rumberger, R.W. ................................... 5 Salaberry, M.R. ........................................ 16 Samuelsson-Brown, G. .................. 4 Seargeant, P. ................................................ 9 Second Language Acquisition Collection ..................................................... 8 Sharifian, F. .................................................. 10 Shaules, J. ...................................................... 13 Skutnabb-Kangas, T. ......................... 16 Social Justice Through Multilingual Education ................ 16 Socializing Identities Through Speech Style .................... 8 Sociolinguistics of Development in Africa, The ...... 11 Spanish as an International Language ........................................................ 10 Sun Yifeng .................................................... 14 Teaching Poetry Writing 16 Third Language Acquisition and Universal Grammar ............. 8 Toohey, K. ..................................................... 9 Torres-Guzman, M.E. ...................... 16 Towards Multilingual Education ...................................................... 5 Translating China ............................... 14 Translating Law ...................................... 14 Translation, Globalisation and Localisation .................................... 14 Turnbull, M. ............................................... 7 Understanding Deaf Culture .. 4 Ushioda, E. .................................................. 8 Wang Ning ................................................... 14 Wang, X. ......................................................... 12 Waterstone, B. .......................................... 9 Weekes, B. ..................................................... 15 Wells, G. .......................................................... 10 Wesche, M. .................................................. 7 Whitman, J. ................................................ 11 Wiley, T.G. .................................................... 5 Wong, A.M-Y. ............................................ 15 Writing in Foreign Language Contexts .......................................................... 7 Xuanmin Luo ........................................... 14 Yihong, G. .................................................... 9 Young-Scholten, M. .......................... 8 Yuanjian He ................................................ 14 Zhu Hua .......................................................... 15


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