Literature and Resources

This is an area for you to add references and/or links to books, articles and other sources that contributed to your language awareness and which certain people would do well to read! Please help to guide others through some of the groundbreaking work out there. We hope to gradually build a comprehensive reference list of important books in the area. Thank you for contributing!

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6 Responses to “Literature and Resources”
  1. Sonia Morán Panero says:

    Widdowson, H. G. (1994) ‘The ownership of English’, TESOL Quarterly, 28/2: 377-89

  2. Identity & Language Related References:

    Caldas-Coulthard, C. R. and Iedema, R. (Eds.), Identity Trouble: Critical Discourse and Contested Identities, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

    de Fina, A., Schriffen, D. and Bamburg, M. (2006), Discourse and Identity, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

    Ivanič, R. (1998), Writing and Identity: The discoursal construction of identity in academic writing, Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

    Ivanič, R. (2006), Language, Learning and Identification, in Kiely, R., Rea-Dickinson, P., Woodfield, H., Clibbon, G. (Eds.) (2007), Language, Culture and Identity in Applied Linguistics, London: Equinox.

    Jenkins, J. (2007), English as a Lingua Franca: Attitude and Identity, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Joseph, J. E. (2004), Language and Identity: National, Ethnic, Religious, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

    Omoniyi, T. and White, G. (Eds), The Sociolinguisitics of Identity, London: Continuum.

    Wortham, S. (2006), Learning Identity: The Joint Emergence of Social Identification and Academic Learning, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

  3. A few education/dicourse/global English related references (to start a long list):

    Bazerman, C. and Prior, P. (Eds.), What Writing Does and How It Does It: An Introduction to Analyzing Texts and Textual Practices, London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

    Bernstein, B. (1990), The Structuring of Pedagogic Discourse, London: Routledge.

    Blommaert, J.M.E. (2010). The sociolinguistics of globalization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

    Bourdieu, P (1991), Language and Symbolic Power, Oxford: Polity Press.

    Fairclough, N. (2006), Language and Globalization, Oxford: Routledge.

    Kubota, R. and Lehner, A. (2004), Toward Critical Contrastive Rhetoric, Journal of Second Language Writing, vol. 13, pp. 7-27.

  4. Great contribution to the philosophy of culture/language, the importance of locality (and relocalisation) and understanding practice/performativity in language:
    Pennycook, A. (2010), Language as a Local Practice, London: Routledge.

  5. Mariko Kitazawa says:

    Language ideologies and ‘Standard English’ related references

    Ager, D. E. (2003) Ideology and Image : Britain and Language. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters

    Bex, T. and R. J. Watts (eds.) (1999). Standard English: The Widening Debate. London: Routledge

    Cameron, D. (1995). Verbal Hygiene. London: Routledge.

    Lippi-Green, R. (1997). English with an Accent : Language, Ideology, and Discrimination
    in the United States. London: Routledge.

    Milroy, J. (2001). Language ideologies and the consequences of standardization. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 5, 530-555.

    Milroy, J. and L. Milroy (1999). Authority in Language: Investigating Standard English. London: Routledge.

    Seargeant, P. (2009) Language ideology, language theory, and regulation of linguistic behaviour. Language Sciences 31: 345-359

    Woolard, K. A. and B. B. Schiieffelin (1994). Language ideology. Annual Review of Anthropology 23: 55-82.

  6. Crystal, D. (2007), The Fight for English, Oxford, Oxford University Press.

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