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‘Mind your Local Accent’ Does accent training resonate to college students’ English use?

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Orientations towards English among English-medium Instruction Students

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Iranian English Language Learners’ Attitude towards their Accent in English Language: An Ecological Approach

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Emancipating myself, the students and the language: Brazilian teachers’ attitudes towards ELF and the diversity of English

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English for Academic Purposes: A need for remodelling

, 3(1), A1–A13 Dunworth, K. (2010). Clothing the Emperor: Addressing the Issue of English Language Proficiency in Australian Universities. The Australian Universities’ Review, 52(2), 5–10 Dunworth, K. (2013). Discussion paper 2: In-course student English language development. Five Years On: English Language Competence of International Students Discussion Papers. Melbourne: International Education Association of Australia, pp. 39–67 Dunworth, K., Drury, H., Kralik, C. and Moore, T. (2013). Degrees of Proficiency: Building a Strategic Approach to

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Conceptualising English as a global contact language

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Academic Writing in a Japanese Situation: Drawing on the Design Perspective towards an Affirmation of English as a Lingua Franca

multicultural understanding: exploring possibilities in Japanese ELT. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 33 (3), 301-311. Toh, Glenn. 2014. English for content instruction in a Japanese higher education setting: examining challenges, contradictions and anomalies. Language and Education 28(4), 299-318. Toh, Glenn. forthcoming. Doing justice to an English as a Lingua Franca paradigm. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca . Williams, Glyn. 2010. The knowledge economy, language and culture. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. Yamagami

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“I get paid for my American accent”: the story of one Multilingual English Teacher (MET) in Japan

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Academic rigour in criticising English as a Lingua Franca

. Jenkins, Jennifer. 2015. Global Englishes: A resource book for students , 3rd edn. London: Routledge. Jenkins, Jennifer, Alessia Cogo & Martin Dewey. 2011. Review of developments in research into English as a lingua franca. Language Teaching 44(3). 281–315. Jenkins, Jennifer & Ursula Wingate. in press. Staff and students’ perceptions of English language policies and practices in ‘international’ universities: A case study from the UK. Higher Education Review . Kaur, Jagdish. 2009a. Pre-empting problems of understanding in English as a lingua franca

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