By Carol A. Chapelle
A ground-breaking source on hand both on-line or as a 10-volume print set bringing jointly historical and rising parts of analysis inside of utilized linguistics
Combines person entries starting from 1,500 to 4,000 phrases, with longer, essaystyle contributions giving an in depth evaluate of key advancements and ideas
Includes over 1,100 entries written by means of a global crew of students from over forty countries
Covers 27 key parts of the sphere, together with Language studying and instructing, Bilingual and Multilingual schooling, review and checking out, Corpus Linguistics,
Conversation research, Discourse, Cognitive moment Language Acquisition, Language, coverage and making plans, Literacy, and expertise and Language
Features over 2 hundred entries at the philosophy and heritage of utilized linguistics and biographies of key utilized linguists
Updates and new articles on hand two times a 12 months, allowing the paintings to stick appropriate and cutting-edge
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Kristian Mortensen is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Luxembourg. His research focuses on social interaction and multimodality in ordinary conversation and institutional interaction, in particular classroom interaction. His work has appeared in journals including Discourse Processes and Journal of Applied Linguistics. Murray J. Munro is professor of linguistics at Simon Fraser University, Canada. His research on applied phonetics, much of it carried out with his colleague Tracey M.
Amy Snyder Ohta is associate professor of applied linguistics and Japanese at the University of Washington, USA. She is coeditor of Japanese Applied Linguistics (2008, with Junko Mori) and author of Second Language Acquisition Processes in the Classroom: Learning Japanese (2001). Her work has also appeared in journals such as Applied Linguistics, System, Japanese Language and Literature, and The Journal of Pragmatics, and in various edited volumes. Lourdes Ortega is professor of applied linguistics at Georgetown University, USA.
Claudia V. Angelelli is professor of Spanish linguistics at San Diego State University, USA. Her research focuses on cross-cultural communication, specifically on the role of the interpreter and translator as a language mediator. She is the author of Medical Interpreting and Cross-Cultural Communication (2004) and Revisiting the Interpreter’s Role: A Study of Conference, Court, and Medical Interpreters in Canada, Mexico and the United States (2004). She has recently edited a special issue for the International Journal of the Sociology of Language entitled Translators and Interpreters: Geographic Displacement and Linguistic Consequences.