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Repositioning English and multilingualism in English as a Lingua Franca

: De Gruyter Mouton. Beebe, Leslie & Howard Giles 1984. Speech-accommodation theories: a discussion in terms of second-language acquisition. In H. Giles (ed.) International Journal of the Sociology of Language. The Dynamics of Speech Accommodation. Amsterdam: Mouton. Blommaert, Jan. 2010. The Sociolinguistics of Globalization. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Brumfit, Christopher. 2001. Individual Freedom in Language Teaching. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Bybee, Joan. 2006. From usage to grammar: the mind’s response to repetition

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Exploring language attitudes in ELF research: Contrasting approaches in conversation

. Exploring ELF: Academic English shaped by non-native speakers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Maxwell, Joseph A. & Barbara A. Miller. 2008. Categorizing and connecting strategies in qualitative data analysis. In Sharlene Nagy Hesse-Biber & Patricia Leavy (eds.), Handbook of emergent methods, 461-477. London: Guilford. McKenzie, Robert M. & Alexander Gilmore. 2017. “The people who are out of ‘right’ English”: Japanese university students’ social evaluations of English language diversity and the internationalisation of Japanese higher

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Empirical perspectives on two potential epicenters: The genitive alternation in Asian Englishes

varieties. In M. Hundt and U. Gut (eds.). Mapping unity and diversity world-wide: Corpus-based studies of New Englishes, 137-165. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Schneider, Edgar W. 2003. The dynamics of New Englishes: From identity construction to dialect birth. Language 79(2): 233-281. Schneider, Edgar W. 2007. Postcolonial English: Varieties around the world. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Sedlatschek, Andreas. 2009. Contemporary Indian English: Variation and change. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Senaratne

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Critical Literacy and the Multiliteracies of Dance: A First Approach

Thessaloniki. Davidson, R. (2014). Music literacies: teaching diversity. In: G. Barton (ed.) Literacy in the Arts: Retheorising Learning and Teaching (pp. 161-175). Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. Dils, A. (2007). Why dance literacy?, Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, 5 (2), 95–113. Dimopoulos, K. (2009). Ritual, symbolism and communication. The celebration of the third day of Easter in the community of Lazarina Karditsa in Thessaly. In Proceedings from the 17 th International Congress of Physical Education and

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AusBrown: A new diachronic corpus of Australian English

, Peter and Pam Peters. 2008. Australian English morphology and syntax. In K.Burridge and B. Kortmann (eds.). Varieties of English 3 : The Pacific and Australia , 341–361. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Collins, Peter and Xinyue Yao. 2011a. Modals and quasi-modals in New Englishes. In M. Hundt and U. Güt (eds.). Mapping unity and diversity in New Englishes , 35–53. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Collins, Peter and Xinyue Yao. 2011b. Developments in the verbal systems of the “old” and “new” Englishes. In C. Gitsaki and R. Baldauf (eds.). The future of applied

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