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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Conrad, Susan, editor. Hartig, Alissa J., editor. Santelmann, Lynn, editor.
Title Statement
The Cambridge introduction to applied linguistics / edited by Susan Conrad, Alissa J. Hartig, Lynn Santelmann.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Cambridge University Press,   c2021.  
Physical Medium
xiv, 404 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm.
ISBN
9781108470322 (hardback) 9781108455817 (paperback) 9781108658089 (epub)
요약
"Language teaching, dementia, personal identity, the training of law students - if you skim the contents of this book, you might wonder how a single field could cover such a diverse range of topics. But all the topics in this book have a common foundation: peoples' use of language. The way people use language can build relationships or cause interpersonal difficulties. Language can be used to exert power over others or to resist others' exertion of power. Language is used in different ways by different disciplines, increasing the challenge for novices in a field. And myriad social and psychological factors can affect success in learning a new language. All of these issues, and more, are covered in the field of applied linguistics"--
Content Notes
PART A. INTRODUCTION: 1. Introduction to the Field of Applied Linguistics Introduction to the Field of Applied Linguistics / Susan Conrad, Alissa J. Hartig, and Lynn Santelmann -- 2. Approaches to Research in Applied Linguistics / Alissa J. Hartig -- PART B. MAJOR AREAS OF FOCUS MAJOR AREAS OF FOCUS WITHIN THE FIELD OF APPLIED LINGUISTICS: Section 1: Language Acquisition: 3. Second Language Acquisition and the Teaching of Pragmatics / Lynn Santelmann and Tetyana Sydorenko -- 4. Heritage Language Learning / Ekaterina Moore and Afaf Nash -- 5. Community, Group Dynamics, Identity, and Anxiety in Learning an Additional Language / Nike Arnold -- 6. Automated Assessment of Language -- Xiaofei Lu and Brody Bluemel -- 7. Developmental Language Disorder and Bilingualism / Elin Thordardottir -- Section 2: Language Socialization: 8. Literacy Education and Systemic Functional Linguistics / David Rose -- 9. Disciplinary Education and Language for Specific Purposes / Alissa J. Hartig -- 10. Language Socialization and Culture in Study Abroad Programs / Lucien Brown -- 11. Language Policy and Planning: The National Perspective / Lionel Wee Hock Ann -- Section 3: Language Varieties and Variation: 12. Language Varieties and Education / Jeffrey Reaser -- 13. Applications of Applied Linguistics to Augmentative and Alternative Communication Device Users in the Workplace / Lucy Pickering -- 14. Language Documentation / G. Tucker Childs -- 15. Stylistics and the Digital Humanities / Michaela Mahlberg and Viola Wiegan --16. Policy and Planning on the Local Level for English as a Lingua Franca and Teacher Education / Telma Gimenez, Michele Salles El Kadri, and Luciana Cabrini Simões Calvo -- Section 4: Language Cognition and Processing: 17. Acquisition of Literacy by Bilinguals / Keiko Koda -- 18. Distributed Language for Learning in the Wild / John Hellermann and Steven L. Thorne --19. Language, Aging, and Dementia / Boyd Davis -- Section 5: Language Rights, Power, and Ideology: 20. Diversity, Equity, and Language Teacher Education / Rosa Dene David and Kimberley Brown -- 21. Activist Applied Linguistics / Janet Cowal and Genevieve Leung -- 22. Legal Issues and Forensic Linguistics / Keith Walters -- 23. Media Discourse and Ideology / Winnie Cheng and Phoenix Lam -- 24. Literacy, Digital Literacy, Language Education, and Equity / Kathy Harris and Gloria Jacobs -- PART C. NEXT STEPS AS AN APPLIED LINGUIST: 25. Reading and Writing Empirical Research Papers in Applied Linguistics / Lynn Santelmann -- 26. The Path Forward / Susan Conrad, Alissa J. Hartig, and Lynn Santelmann -- Index.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Applied linguistics.
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520 ▼a "Language teaching, dementia, personal identity, the training of law students - if you skim the contents of this book, you might wonder how a single field could cover such a diverse range of topics. But all the topics in this book have a common foundation: peoples' use of language. The way people use language can build relationships or cause interpersonal difficulties. Language can be used to exert power over others or to resist others' exertion of power. Language is used in different ways by different disciplines, increasing the challenge for novices in a field. And myriad social and psychological factors can affect success in learning a new language. All of these issues, and more, are covered in the field of applied linguistics"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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Table of Contents

Part A. Introduction: 1. Introduction to the Field of Applied Linguistics Susan Conrad, Alissa J. Hartig, and Lynn Santelmann; 2. Approaches to Research in Applied Linguistics Alissa J. Hartig; Part B. Major Areas of Focus within the Field of Applied Linguistics: Section 1. Language Acquisition: 3. Second Language Acquisition and the Teaching of Pragmatics Lynn Santelmann and Tetyana Sydorenko; 4. Heritage Language Learning Ekaterina Moore and Afaf Nash; 5. Community, Group Dynamics, Identity, and Anxiety in Learning an Additional Language Nike Arnold; 6. Automated Assessment of Language Xiaofei Lu and Brody Bluemel; 7. Developmental Language Disorder and Bilingualism Elin Thordardottir; Section 2. Language Socialization: 8. Literacy Education and Systemic Functional Linguistics David Rose; 9. Disciplinary Education and Language for Specific Purposes Alissa J. Hartig; 10. Language Socialization and Culture in Study Abroad Programs Lucien Brown; 11. Language Policy and Planning: The National Perspective Lionel Wee Hock Ann; Section 3. Language Varieties and Variation: 12. Language Varieties and Education Jeffrey Reaser; 13. Applications of Applied Linguistics to Augmentative and Alternative Communication Device Users in the Workplace Lucy Pickering; 14. Language Documentation G. Tucker Childs; 15. Stylistics and the Digital Humanities Michaela Mahlberg and Viola Wiegand; 16. Policy and Planning on the Local Level for English as a Lingua Franca and Teacher Education Telma Gimenez, Michele Salles El Kadri, and Luciana Cabrini Simoes Calvo; Section 4. Language Cognition and Processing: 17. Acquisition of Literacy by Bilinguals Keiko Koda; 18. Distributed Language for Learning in the Wild John Hellermann and Steven L. Thorne; 19. Language, Aging, and Dementia Boyd Davis; Section 5. Language Rights, Power, and Ideology: 20. Diversity, Equity, and Language Teacher Education Rosa Dene David and Kimberley Brown; 21. Activist Applied Linguistics Janet Cowal and Genevieve Leung; 22. Legal Issues and Forensic Linguistics Keith Walters; 23. Media Discourse and Ideology Winnie Cheng and Phoenix Lam; 24. Literacy, Digital Literacy, Language Education, and Equity Kathy Harris and Gloria Jacobs; Part C. Next Steps as an Applied Linguist: 25. Reading and Writing Empirical Research Papers in Applied Linguistics Lynn Santelmann; 26. The Path Forward Susan Conrad, Alissa J. Hartig, and Lynn Santelmann; Index.

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