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World Englishes Vol-06

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World Englishes in language testing : a call for research


Hyun-Ju Kim
Short Articles and Notes, On Nativization of English
Rajeshwari Pandharipande
Naming and defining in world Englishes
Philip Seargeant
World Englishes and Higher Education
Ahmar Mahboob
Symposium on World Englishes Today (Part II)
Kingsley Bolton
Point-Counterpoint, World English or World Englishes
Janina Brutt
Sociolinguistic Theory and Non Native Varieties of English
Kamal K. Sridhar
World Englishes and the American Tongue
Eric A. Anchimbe
The Englishes of English Tests: bias revisited
Liz H. Lyons & Alan Davies
World Englishes in 2000 and Beyond
Yasukata Yano
Pakistani English: acceptability and the norm
Robert J. Baumgardner
Varieties of Verbosity in Pakistani English
Abbas M. Hussain
Ideology and Context: World English and EFL teacher training
Kimberley Brown
English and a World of Diversities : Confrontation, Appropriation, Awareness
Sayed Abdolhamid Mirhosseini
World Englishes: To Teach or Not To Teach?
Kimberley Brown
Multidimensional analysis and the study of World Englishes
Richard Xiao
Diversity, yes-but what is the English teacher to do?
Paul Rastall
New Englishes and the Native Speaker Debate
Rajend Mesthrie
Standards and emerging linguistic realities in the Malaysian Workplace
Saran Kaur Gill
English as a lingua franca: analyzing research frameworks in..
Anne Pakir
English as a lingua franca: between form and function
Mario Saraceni
English as a lingua franca: form follows function
Alessia Cogo
Lingua Franca English, Multilingual Communities & Lang: Acquisition
Suresh Canagarajah
Native-speakerism, stereotyping and the collusion of applied linguistics
Ahmed Kabel
To Shariat or not to Shariat? Bilingual functional shifts in Pakistani English
Robert Baumgardner
Who speaks English to whom? The question of teaching English pronunciation for global
David s. Taylor
Double Standards: teacher education in the Expending Circle
Barbara Seidlhofer
English as a trademark of modernity and elitism
D. Hasanova
Standard English: discordant voices
Alan Davies
Written language, standard language and global language
Michael K. Halliday
Linguistically privileged and cursed. US university students & the global hegemony of English Christof D. Heinrich
The major varieties of English (Conference Review )
Vaxjo university
Standard written English
Philip Gaskell

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Dis-inventing Standard English


On t he origin and nature of Standard English
Deculturizing Englishes: the Botswana Context
Speaking English the Malaysian way-correct r not?
English circling the globe
Symposium on Linguistic Imperialism
Closed and open attitudes to globalized English: notes on issues
Creative destruction: Singapores Speak Good English Movement
Latin and English as World Languages
Globalization and the Spread of English: what does it mean to be Anglophone
Dilemmas in planning English/vernacular relations in post colonial countries
World Englishes and Globalization
Rethinking ELT
Learners and user of English in China
Is it world or international or global English, and does it matter?

Alastair Pennycook
Tom McARTHUR
Aria Merkestein
Stefanie Pillai
Rajend Mesthrie
Braj Kachru
Edwin Thumboo
Rani Rubdy
Roger Wright
Mufwene Salikoko
Suresh Canagarajah
Ayo Bamgbose
Marko Modiano
Jian China
Tom McARTHUR

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I learn English since ten years: the global English debate & the German university class
The case against the native speaker
The double danger of English as a global language
Some lexico-grammatical features of Korean English newspaper
Transcending the nativeness paradigm
Assessing English Proficiency in the Expanding Circle
Language teachers through the looking glass: Expending circle teachers discourse
World, international, global: Some representative citations
Kachrus circles and the growth of professionalism in TESOL
Linguistic Failures
Linguistic Apartheid: English language policy in Africa
ELT and the New World Order: Nation Building or Neo-liberal Reconstruction

Elizabeth J. Erling
Carmen Acevedo Butcher
Jeffrey Gil
Kyutae Jung & Jung Min
Janina and Keiko K. Samimy
Peter H. Lowenberg
Galina N. Lovtsevich
From BusinessWeek
James E. Alatis
Niu Qiang & Martin Wolff
Augustin Simo Bobda
Gregory Hadley