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Department of Linguistics

Linguistics research publications

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Associate Professor Mehdi Riazi

Recent Publications

Riazi, A.M. (2017). Mixed methods research in language teaching and learning. London: Equinox.

Riazi, A.M. (2016). The Routledge Encyclopedia of Research Methods in Applied Linguistics. London: Routledge.

Johnson, R., & Riazi, A.M. (in press). Validation of a locally created and rated writing test used for placement in a higher education EFL program. Assessing Writing (Accepted 23 Sept. 2016).

Riazi, M., Murray, J. (2016). The "what" and the "how" of writing academic assignments at Australian universities: Implications for assessing academic English writing proficiency. In J. Fox and V. Aryadoust (eds.), Current Trends in Language Testing in the Pacific Rim and the Middle East: Policies, Analyses, and Diagnoses (pp. 362-387). UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Riazi, A.M. (2016). Innovative Mixed-methods Research (IMMR): Moving beyond design technicalities to epistemological and methodological realisations. Applied Linguistics,  37(1), 33-49.

Riazi, A.M. (2016). Comparing writing performance in TOEFL-iBT and academic assignments: An exploration of textual features. Assessing Writing, 28, 15-27.

Johnson, R.C., & Riazi, A.M. (2015). Accuplacer Companion in a foreign language context: An argument-based validation of both test score meaning and impact. Papers in Language Testing and Assessment, 4(1), 31-58.

Riazi, A.M., & Candlin, C.N. (2014). Mixed-methods research in language teaching and learning: Opportunities, issues and challenges. Language Teaching, 47, 135-173.

Leaper, D., & Riazi, A.M. (2014). The influence of prompt on group oral tests. Language Testing, 31(2), 177-204.

Townley, A., & Riazi, A.M. (2014). Analysis of authentic legal negotiation: Implications for teaching contract negotiation to undergraduate law students. International Journal of Language Studies, 8(4), 49-76.

Heydari, P., & Riazi, A.M. (2012). Readability of Texts: Human Evaluation versus Computer Index. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 3 (1), 177-190.

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Book Chapters (B2)

Riazi, M., Murray, J. (2016). The "what" and the "how" of writing academic assignments at Australian universities: Implications for assessing academic English writing proficiency. In J. Fox and V. Aryadoust (eds.), Current Trends in Language Testing in the Pacific Rim and the Middle East: Policies, Analyses, and Diagnoses (pp. 362-387). UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Riazi, A.M., & Souzandehfar, M. (2013). Factors predicting EFL students' L2 (English) speaking ability. In S. Baleghizadeh and K. Zahedi (eds.), The handbook of current research on teaching English language skills (pp. 79-97). Tehran: Shahid Beheshti University Press.

Riazi, A.M. (2012). Producing scholarly texts: Writing in English in a politically stigmatized country. In C. Bazerman, D. Chris, E. Jessica, L. Karen, N. Suzie, R. Paul, and S. Amanda (eds.), International Advances in Writing Research: Cultures, Places, Measures (pp. 449-466). Perspectives on Writing. Fort Collins, Colorado: The WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press.

Ling, A., Wang, W., Akamatsu, N., and Riazi, A.M. (2005). International TESOL Professionals and Teaching English for Glocalized Communication (TEGCOM). In A. S. Canagarajah (Ed.), Reclaiming the Local in Language Policy and Practice (pp. 197-225). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associations, Publishers. ISBN: 0-8058-4593-3

Riazi, A.M. (2005). The Four Language Stages in the History of Iran. In A. Lin and P. Martin (Eds.), DecolonizationGlobalization: Language-in-Education Policy and Practice (pp. 98-115 ). Clevedon, U.K.: Multilingual Matters. ISBN: 1-85359-825-9

Books Translated from English to Persian

Riazi, A.M., & Rafie, H. (2000). Answer Book of Astronomy (by Ian Nicolson). Mashhad: Astan Quods Publications.

Riazi, A.M. (2001). Teach Your Children How to Think (by Edward de Bono). Tehran: Peik-e Bahar Publications.

Riazi, A.M., & Veisi, H. (2010). An Introduction to Social Constructionism (by Vivien Burr). Tehran : Sirvan Publications.

Published Articles in Refereed Journals (C1)

Johnson, R., & Riazi, A.M. (in press). Validation of a locally created and rated writing test used for placement in a higher education EFL program. Assessing Writing (Accepted 23 Sept. 2016).

Riazi, A.M. (2016). Innovative Mixed-methods Research (IMMR): Moving beyond design technicalities to epistemological and methodological realisations. Applied Linguistics,  37(1), 33-49. doi: 10.1093/applin/amv064

Riazi, A.M. (2016). Comparing writing performance in TOEFL-iBT and academic assignments: An exploration of textual features. Assessing Writing, 28, 15-27. DOI: 10.1016/j.asw.2016.02.001

Johnson, R.C., & Riazi, A.M. (2015). Accuplacer Companion in a foreign language context: An argument-based validation of both test score meaning and impact. Papers in Language Testing and Assessment, 4(1), 31-58.

Riazi, A.M., & Candlin, C.N. (2014). Mixed-methods research in language teaching and learning: Opportunities, issues and challenges. Language Teaching, 47, 135-173. doi:10.1017/S0261444813000505

Leaper, D., & Riazi, A.M. (2014). The influence of prompt on group oral tests. Language Testing, 31(2), 177-204.

Townley, A., & Riazi, A.M. (2014). Analysis of authentic legal negotiation: Implications for teaching contract negotiation to undergraduate law students. International Journal of Language Studies, 8(4), 49-76.

Riazi, A.M. (2013). Concurrent and predictive validity of Pearson (Academic) test. Papers in Language Testing and Assessment (PLTA), 2(2), 1-27.

Riazi, A.M., & Knox, J. (2013). An investigation of the relations between test-takers' first language and the discourse of written performance on the IELTS Academic Writing Test, Task 2 . ISSN 2201-2982. IELTS Research Report Series, No.2, 2013   ©  www.ielts.org/researchers

Murray, J., Riazi, A.M., & Cross, J. (2012). Test candidates' attitudes and their relationship to demographic and experiential variables: The case of overseas trained teachers in NSW, Australia. Language Testing, 29(4), 577-595.

Alhaqbani, A., & Riazi, A.M.(2012). Metacognitive awareness of reading strategy use in Arabic as a second language. Reading in a Foreign Language, 24(2), 231-255.

Heydari, P., & Riazi, A.M. (2012). Readability of Texts: Human Evaluation versus Computer Index. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 3 (1), 177-190.

Razavipour, K., Riazi, A.M., & Rashidi, N. (2011). On the Interaction of Test Washback and Teacher Assessment Literacy: The Case of Iranian EFL Secondary School Teachers. English Language Teaching, 4(1), 156-161.

Shahini, G., & Riazi, A.M. (2011). A PBLT approach to teaching ESL speaking, writing, and thinking skills. ELT Journal, 65(2), 170-180.

Riazi, A.M., & Razavipour, K. (2011). (In) Agency of EFL teachers under the negative backwash effect of centralised tests. International Journal of Language Studies, 5(2), 263-282.

Riazi, A.M. (2014). (Book review). Gomez, P.C. (2013). Statistical methods in language and linguistic research. UK: Equinox. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 37(2), 178-180.

Riazi, A.M. (2010). (Book Review).  Burdess, N. (2010). Starting statistics: A short, clear, guide. Thousand Oaks, Calif: Sage. Methodspace:http://www.methodspace.com/group/bookreviews/forum/topics/starting-statistics-book-1

Riazi, A.M. (2010). (Book Review). Garner et al. (2009).  Teaching Research Methods in the Social Sciences. UK: Ashgate. Discourse and Society, 21(5), 609-611.

Riazi, A.M. (2010). (Book Review). Peters, M.A. (2009). Academic Writing, Philosophy and Genre. Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. Discourse Studies, 12(6), 810-812.

Riazi, A.M., & Mosallanejad, N. (2010). Evaluation of learning objectives in Iranian high-school and pre-university English textbooks using Bloom's Taxonomy. TESL-EJ, 13(4), 1-16. http://tesl-ej.org/pdf/ej52/a5.pdf

Riazi, A.M. (2010). (Book Review). Dornyei, Z. (2007). Research methods in applied linguistics. Perspectives, 17(1), 26-27.

Tabei, S.Z., & Riazi, A.M. (2009). Medical sciences in the third millennium: An Avicennian approach. Iranian Red Crescent Medical Journal, 11, 4-9.

Shahamat, F., & Riazi, A.M. (2009). The place of information technology in second language teaching in girl's high schools and private English institutes in Shiraz. Iranian EFL Journal, 4, 71-93.

 
Bagheri, M.S., Yamini, M., & Riazi, A.M. (2009). Motivational and learning strategies of Iranian EFL Learners exposed to an E-Learning program. Journal of Teaching Language Skills (previously Journal of Social Sciences & Humanities), 1(1), (Serial 58(4)), 1-35. ISSN: 1020-8576

Riazi, A.M., & Babaei, N. (2008). Iranian EFL female students' lexical inferencing and its relationship to their L2 proficiency and reading skill. The Reading Matrix, 8(1), 186-195.

Rahimi, M., Riazi, A.M., & Saif, Sh. (2008). An investigation into the factors affecting the use of language learning strategies by Persian EFL learners. Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics,11(2), 31-60.

Riazi, A.M., Mansoorian, M.A. (2008). Learning style preferences among Iranian male and female EFL students. Iranian EFL Journal, 2, 88-100.

Forouzandeh, E., & Riazi, A.M., Sadighi, F. (2008). TEFL program evaluation at Master's level in Iran. Teaching English Language and Literature (TELL),2(6), 71-100.

Heydari Tabrizi, H., Riazi, A.M., Parhizgar, R. (2008). On the translation evaluation methods as practiced in Iranian universities' BA translation program: The attitude of students. TELL, 2(7): 71-87.

Riazi, A.M., Davoodi, Z. (2008). On the test methods and translation criteria used to assess Iranian student's translation in translation courses. Translation Studies, 6(21), 39-56.

Riazi, A.M. (2007). Language-Learning Strategy Use: Perceptions of  Female Arab English Majors. Foreign Language Annals, 40, 433-441.

Riazi, A.M., & Riasati, M.J. (2007). Language Learning Style Preferences: A Students Case Study of Shiraz EFL. Asian EFL Journal, 9, 97-125.

Riazi, A.M., & Yaali, A. (2007). The impact of RC strategy use, proficiency, and gender on EFL reading comprehension performance. ROSHD FLT, 21, 50-55.

Riazi, A.M., Sadeghi, F., & Zare, S. (2007). The effect of EFL students' L2 proficiency and age on their overall pattern of vocabulary learning strategy use. Iranian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 8, 87-107.

Riazi, A.M., & Khodadadi, F. (2007). The effect of EFL students' level of proficiency and gender on their use of speaking strategies. Journal of Teaching English Language and Literature, 1(2), 99-117.

Riazi, A.M., & Aryashokouh, A. (2007). Lexis in English Textbooks in Iran: Analysis of Exercises and Proposals for Consciousness-raising Activities.  Pacific Association of Applied Linguists, 11, 17-34.

Riazi, A.M., & Razmjou, S.A. (2006). On the teaching methodology of Shiraz EFL institutes. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 46, 58-70.

Razmjou, A., & Riazi, A.M. (2006). Do high-schools or private institutes practice communicative language teaching? A case study of Shiraz teachers in high-schools and private institutes. The Reading Matrix, 6(3), 340-363.

Riazi, A.M., & Rahimi, M. (2005). Iranian students' pattern of strategy use. The Journal of Asia TEFL , 2(1), 103-129.

Riazi, A.M., & Razmjou, L. (2004). Developing some guidelines for the curriculum planning of the BA program in Translation. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 21(1), 28-39.

Riazi, A.M., & Alvari, A. (2004). Strategy activation in learning English words. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 6(2), 199-203.

Riazi, A.M., & Mihankhah, F. (2004). Collocations in Persian language. Kerman University Journal of Humanities, 15, 87-102.

Mehrpour, S., & Riazi, A.M. (2004). The impact of text length on reading comprehension in English as a second language. The Asian EFL Journal, 6 (3), Sept., 1-14.

Riazi, A.M., & Kashefian, S. (2004). The role of gender and year of study in students' predispositions toward learner autonomy. ROSHD FLT, 19, 52-57.

Riazi, A.M. (2003). The invisible in translation: The role of text structure in translation. Journal of Translation, 7, 1-8.

Riazi, A.M. and Mir, F. (2002). Sentence Combining Plus: Its Effect on Students' Writing Quality and Strategy Use. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 6(1), 231-237.

Lin, A., Wang, W., Akamatsu, N., & Riazi, A.M. (2002). Appropriating English, expanding identities, and re-visioning the field: From TESOL to Teaching English for Glocalized Communication (TEGCOM). Journal of Language, Identity, and Education, 1(4), 295-316.

Riazi, A.M., and Fiangol, P. (2002). A Genre Analysis of Academic Articles in Humanities. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities of Shiraz University, 35, 1-16.

Riazi, A. M., and Assar, F. (2001). A Text Analysis of Persian Newspapers Editorials. Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities of Shiraz University, 31 & 32, 175-192.         

Shahini, G.H. and Riazi, A.M. (2001). A Needs Assessment for EAP Courses at Shiraz University. Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 27, 147-155.

Cumming, A., and Riazi, A. M. (2000). (ISI) Building Models of Adult Second Language Writing Instruction. Learning and Instruction, 10, 55‑71.

Riazi, A. M. (1997). Acquiring Disciplinary Literacy. Journal of Second Language Writing, 6(2), 105‑137.

Riazi, A. M., Lessard‑Clouston, M. and Cumming, A. (1996). Observing ESL Writing Instruction. Journal of Intensive English Studies, 10, 19‑31.

Riazi, A. M. (1996). Project‑based Curriculum: A Step Toward Changing Teaching and Learning. Iranian Journal of Research in Education, 5 & 6, 85‑99.

Papers in Conference Proceedings (E1)

Riazi, A. M. (1995). Collaborative Learning Networks: A Social Impact of Information
 Technology. Proceedings of the First Annual Conference of the Computer Society of Iran (pp. 257‑267). Tehran, Iran. Sanati Sharif University.

Riazi, A. M. (1996). How Might Developing Countries' Distance Education System Benefit From Information Technology? Proceedings of the 10th Annual Conference of Asian Association of Open Universities (pp. 198‑205). Tehran, Iran. November 14‑16, 1996.

Riazi, A. M. (1996). Political Economy of Knowledge and the Role of Higher Education.
 Proceedings of the First Annual Conference on Higher Education in Iran (pp. 89‑99). Tehran: Allameh Tabbatabie University. September 1996.

Riazi, A.M. (1996). Academic Writing and Scientific Approach. Proceedings of the Writing Conference in Iran (pp. 95-105). Tehran: Institute for Educational Research. July 1996.

Cumming, A. and Riazi, A. M. (1996). Building Models of Adult ESL/EFL Writing instruction.  Proceedings of the Second Language Acquisition and Writing (pp. 7‑23). The University of Southampton.

Riazi, A. M. (1999). The Contribution of Text Analysis to Translation. Proceedings of The Third Conference on Translation (pp. 222‑232). Tabriz: University of Tabriz, Iran. March 6‑8.

Riazi, A.M. (1999). A Review of Research Methods in Humanities Research Projects Funded by Shiraz University. Proceedings of the First Methodology and Research Methods in Humanities (pp. 49-58). Shiraz, Iran, December 1999.

Riazi, A. M. (2002). What Do Textbook Evaluation Schemes Tell Us? Proceedings of the 37th RELC International Conference (pp. 52-68). Singapore. June 2002.

Riazi, A.M. and Afsarnia, M. (2003). Strategy Inventory for Listening Comprehension (SILC). Selected Papers from the 2002 International TESOL Arabia Conference (pp. 250-287). Abu Dhabi. March 2002.

Riazi, A.M. (April 2005). Diversified Knowledge and Lack of Agreed-upon Paradigm. Paper presented at the First International Conference on Knowledge Production. Tehran, Islamic Azad University. April 13 & 14 2005.

Riazi, A.M. (June 2005). Features of EAP textbooks: Insights from literature and book reviews. Proceedings of the First National Conference on ESP. Tehran, SAMT (pp. 35-45). June 9, 2005.

Riazi, A.M. (27,28 Dey 85/17,18 Jan 2007). Frame of reference and the need to include higher level cognitive processes in textbooks. Proceedings of the First Conference on Textbooks. Tehran: SAMT.

Riazi, A.M. (17, 18 Mehr 87/ 8, 9 Oct. 2008). The contribution of teaching English to higher-order thinking and cognitive processes. Proceedings of the 6th International TELLSI Conference. Guilan: Rasht.


Dr Verna Robertson Rieschild

Rieschild, Verna 2011 Arabic yani: Issues of semantic, pragmatic, and indexical translation equivalence Intercultural Pragmatics.  Vol. 8, Issue 3, pp.315-346.

Dominique Estival, John Henderson, Mary Laughren, Diego Mollá, Cathy Bow, Rachel Nordlinger, Verna Rieschild, Andrea C. Schalley, Alexander W. Stanley and Colette Mrowa-Hopkins. 2013.  Learning from OzCLO, the Australian Computational and Linguistics Olympiad. Proceedings of the Fourth Workshop on Teaching Natural Language Processing, 51st Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics. available at https://www.aclweb.org/anthology/W/W13/W13-34.pdf#page=45

Rieschild, Verna.  2012 'Pebbles'. Seeking the Sun Australian Poetry 2012.  Central Coast Poets Inc.

Puzzles in Logic, Languages and Computation: The Green Book. Recreational Linguistics, Vol 2.   2013  (ed  Dragomir Radev)  Contributors:  Thomas Payne, University of Oregon. Eric Pederson, University of Oregon. Dragomir Radev, University of Michigan Laura Radev, Chapin School. Verna Rieschild, Macquarie University Noel Rude ...

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Rieschild, V.R. 2008. Review Article. Wierzbicka, Anna. 2006. English: meaning and culture. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 352 pp. Intercultural Pragmatics 5-1, 75-82.

Rieschild, V.R. 2007. Influences of Language Proficiency, Bilingual Socialization, and Urban Youth Identities on Producing Different Arabic-English Voices in Australia Novitas Royal 1(1): 34 - 52.

Rieschild, V.R. 2006 'Emphatic Repetition in Spoken Arabic' In Ilana Mushin (ed), Proceedings of the 2004 Conference of the Australian Linguistics Society 1-23 pp. Available at URL: http://hdl.handle.net/2123/274

Rieschild, V.R 2003. Words between Languages and Culture. Australian Style Volume 11.1.

Rieschild, V.R. 2003 Origami in a hurricane: current challenges to linguistic research. Australian Journal of Linguistics

Rieschild, VR 1999 Using affect to effect in Lebanese-Arabic and Australian-English pre-school interactions Australian Review of Applied Linguistics22 (1):97-120.

Rieschild, VR 1998 Lebanese Arabic Reverse Role Vocatives Anthropological Linguistics40(4):617-42

Rieschild VR 1997 Lebanese-Arabic discourse: Adult interaction with young childrenUnpublished PhD thesis, Australian National University, Canberra Australia

Rieschild, V 1994 Yes, Kylie, Echidnas are almost wombats: Adult Responses to young children's answers in two languages: Lebanese-Arabic and English Australian Review of Applied Linguistics17 (1):104-124

selected Conference Presentations

Rieschild, V.R. and O. Almalki .2010.  Indirect Speech Acts and Arabic Religious Formulae 4th International Conference Intercultural Pragmatics, Madrid, Spain.

Rieschild, V.R. 2009 Sociolinguistic Overview of Arabic  AWAAL September 11-13th University of Queensland, Australia.

Rieschild, V.R and J. Tent. 2008. Bilinguality, gender, and religion as influences on Arabic-Heritage Australian youths' attitudes to their ambient languages and cultures. Sociolinguistic Symposium: Micro and Macro Connections, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Rieschild, V.R and J. Tent. 2008. Bilinguality, gender, and religion as influences on Arabic-Heritage Australian youths' attitudes to their ambient languages and cultures. Sociolinguistic Symposium: Micro and Macro Connections, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Rieschild, V.R. September 2005 Semantics of medieval Arabic terms for subordinates Australex Conference. University of Melbourne, Victoria Australia.

Rieschild, V.R. 2004 Repetition in Arabic Conference of the Linguistic Society of Australia, University of Sydney, Australia

Rieschild, V.R. 2000 Syncrony of talk and gesture in Lebanese Arabic interaction7th Annual Sociolinguistics Conference, University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Rieschild, V.R. July 2000 Sports commentating and audience design7 th Annual Sociolinguistics Conference, University of Auckland, New Zealand.

 


Staff Linguistics, Peter Roger

Book

Candlin, S., & Roger, P. (2013). Communication and Professional Relationships in Healthcare Practice. Sheffield: Equinox.

Journal Articles

Sim, M. & Roger, P. (in press). Culture, beliefs and anxiety: A study of university-level Japanese learners of English. Asian EFL Journal.

Yates, L., Dahm, M. R., Roger, P., & Cartmill, J. (2016). Developing rapport in inter-professional communication: Insights for international medical graduates. English for Specific Purposes42, 104-116.

Crawford, T., Candlin, S., & Roger, P. (2015). New perspectives on understanding cultural diversity in nurse-patient communication. Collegian. doi:10.1016/j.colegn.2015.09.001 [early online]

Edwards, E., & Roger, P.  (2015). Seeking out challenges to develop L2 self-confidence: A language learner's journey to proficiency. TESL-EJ, 18(4), 1-24.

Dahm, M. R., O'Grady, C., Yates, L., & Roger, P. (2015). Into the spotlight: Exploring the use of the dictaphone during surgical consultations. Health Communication30(5), 513-520.

O'Grady, C., Dahm, M. R., Roger, P., & Yates, L. (2014). Trust, talk and the dictaphone: Tracing the discursive accomplishment of trust in a surgical consultation. Discourse & Society, 25(1), 65-83

Suzuki, H., & Roger, P. (2014). Foreign language anxiety in teachers. JALT journal: The Research Journal of the Japan Association for Language Teaching36(2), 175-199.

Roger, P., & Code, C. (2011). Lost in translation? Issues of content validity in interpreter-mediated aphasia assessments. International Journal of Speech-language Pathology13(1), 61-73.

Roger, P. (2010). Reluctant and aspiring global citizens: Ideal second language selves among Korean graduate students. TESL-EJ, 14(3), 1-20.

Cho, J., & Roger, P. (2010). Improving interpreting performance through theatrical training. The Interpreter and Translator Trainer, 4(2), 151-171.

Jahan, R., & Roger, P. (2006). Global perspectives on the notion of 'target culture' associated with English as a foreign language. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL, 1(1) 1-17.

Maeshima, S., Toshiro, H., Sekiguchi, E., Okita, R., Yamaga, H., Ozaki, F., Moriwaki, H., Matsumoto, T., Ueoshi, A., & Roger, P. (2002). Transcortical mixed aphasia due to cerebral infarction in left inferior frontal lobe and temporo-parietal lobe.  Neuroradiology, 44(2), 133-137.

Maeshima, S., Ueyoshi, A., Matsumoto, T., Okita, R., Yamaga, H., Ozaki, F., Moriwaki, H., & Roger, P. (2002). Agraphia in Kanji after a contusional haemorrhage in the left temporo-occipital lobe.  Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 72(1), 126-127.

Roger, P., Code, C., & Sheard, C. (2000). Assessment and management of aphasia in a linguistically diverse society. Asia Pacific Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing, 5, 21-34.

Roger, P. (1998). Bilingual aphasia: the central importance of social and cultural factors in clinically oriented research.  Aphasiology, 12(2), 134 -137.

Maeshima, S., Kuwata, T., Masuo, O., Yamaga, H., Okita, R., Ozaki, F., Moriwaki, H. & Roger, P. (1999). Transcortical sensory aphasia due to a left frontal subcortical haemorrhage.  Brain Injury, 13(11), 927 - 933.

Maeshima, S., Nakagawa, M., Terada, T., Nakai, K., Itakura, T., Komai, N., & Roger, P. (1999). Transcortical mixed aphasia from ischaemic infarcts in a non-right handed patient.  Journal of Neurology, 246(6): 504-506.

Book Chapters

Roger, P., & Code, C. (in press).  Diverging professional orientations to content and form in interpreter-mediated aphasia assessments. In S. Sarangi (Ed.) Interpreter-mediated healthcare consultations. Sheffield: Equinox.

Roger, P., Dahm, M., Cartmill, J.A., & Yates, L. (2016). Inter-professional clinical handovers in surgical practice. In S.J. White & J.A. Cartmill (Eds.) Communication in Surgical Practice. Sheffield: Equinox.

Roger, P. (2001). Aspects of politeness in notes from students to academics in the Australian university context.  In A. Furness, H.Y.G. Wong and L. Wu (Eds.) Penetrating discourse: Integrating theory and practice in second language teaching.  Hong Kong: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Roger, P., Freeman, T., & Kane, D. (1999). Laboratory report writing skills for undergraduate physics students.  In R. Berry, B. Asker, K. Hyland and M. Lam (Eds.) Language analysis, description and pedagogy.  Hong Kong: Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Maeshima, S., Roger, P., Naka, D., Dohi, N., Nakai, K., Itakura, T., & Komai, N. (1998). Topographic electroencephalographic study in patients with aphasia due to intracerebral haemorrhage.  In Y. Koga, K. Nagata and K. Hirata (Eds.) Brain topography today.  Amsterdam: Elsevier Science.

Edited Book

Kane, D., Micolich, A., & Roger, P. (Eds.) (2016). Nanomaterials: Science and Applications. Singapore: Pan Stanford.


Dr Jan Tent

Journal Articles & Conference Proceedings

Tent, Jan. (2006). Geographic and Linguistic Reflections on Moent and Dubbelde Ree, two of Australia's first placenames. Geographical Research (formerly Australian Geographical Studies), Vol. 44, No. 4: 389-402. http://www.anps.org.au/documents/GeogRes.pdf

Peters, Pam, Jan Tent & Trinidad Fernandez (2006). Critical Lexicography. In Proceedings of the Twelfth Euralex International Congress (Torino, September 6th-9th, 2000).

Tent, Jan & Helen Slatyer (2009). Naming Places on the 'Southland': European place-naming practices from 1606 to 1803. Australian Historical Studies. Vol. 40, No. 1: 5-31.

Appuhamy, Ranil, Jan Tent & John MacKenzie (2010). Toponymous diseases of Australia. Australian Medical Journal. Vol. 193, No. 11/12.

Tent, Jan & David Blair (2011). Motivations for Naming: The Development of a Toponymic Typology for Australian Placenames. Names: A Journal of Onomastics.

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Recent Book Chapters

Tent, Jan (2004). Lexical borrowing in Fiji English. In Jan Tent & Paul Geraghty (eds). Borrowing: A Pacific Perspective. pp. 307-330. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, RSPAS, ANU.

Geraghty, Paul & Jan Tent (2004). From lowlands to islands: Dutch loans in Polynesia. In Jan Tent & Paul Geraghty (eds). Borrowing: A Pacific Perspective. pp. 99-143. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, RSPAS, ANU.

Tent, Jan & France Mugler (2004). The phonology of Fiji English. In Bernd Kortmann, Edgar Schneider, Kate Burridge, Raj Mesthrie, & Clive Upton (eds). A Handbook of Varieties of English. Vol. 1: Phonology. pp. 193-222. Amsterdam: Mouton de Gruyter.

Mugler, France & Jan Tent (2004). The morphology and syntax of Fiji English. In Bernd Kortmann, Edgar Schneider, Kate Burridge, Raj Mesthrie, & Clive Upton (eds). A Handbook of Varieties of English. Vol. 2: Morphology and Syntax. pp. 229-247. Amsterdam: Mouton de Gruyter.

Dictionaries

Contributor of Fiji English slang terms to the 2005 New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English. London: Routledge.

Geraghty, Paul, France Mugler & Jan Tent. (2006). Macquarie English Dictionary for the Fiji Islands. Sydney: Macquarie Library.

Edited Volumes

Tent, Jan & France Mugler (eds). (1998). SICOL Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Oceanic Linguistics: Vol. I, Language Contact. C-141. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, RSPAS, ANU.

Tent, Jan & Paul Geraghty (eds) (2004). Borrowing: A Pacific Perspective. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics, RSPAS, ANU.
 

Recent Non-refereed Publications

Tent, Jan (2006). The importance of bygone placenames. Placenames Australia. March, pp.10-11

Tent, Jan (2006). Dutch place-naming practices, 1606-1756. Placenames Australia. September. pp. 6-8. 

Tent, Jan & Helen Slatyer (2008). Early European place-naming practices in Australia, Part 1. Placenames Australia. March. pp. 1, 3-4. http://anps.org.au/documents/March_2008.pdf

 Tent, Jan & Helen Slatyer (2008). Early European place-naming practices in Australia, Part 2. Placenames Australia. June. pp. 1, 4-6. http://anps.org.au/documents/June_2008.pdf

Tent, Jan (2009). How did Howqua get its name? Placenames Australia. March. http://anps.org.au/documents/March_2009.pdf

Tent, Jan (2009). The Power of 'Vril'. Placenames Australia. September. http://www.anps.org.au/documents/Sept_2009.pdf 

Tent, Jan (2009). 'The' placenames of Australia. Placenames Australia. December. http://www.anps.org.au/documents/Dec_2009.pdf

Tent, Jan (2009). The placename dictionary. Where to from here? Australian Style. December. http://www.ling.mq.edu.au/news/australian_style/v16_no2/australian%20style%2016.2.pdf

Tent, Jan & David Blair (2009). Motivations for naming: A toponymic typology. ANPS Technical Paper, No. 2. http://www.anps.org.au/documents/ANPSTechPaper2.pdf

Tent, Jan (2010). Two unusual names for the Australian continent. Part I. Placenames Australia. March. http://anps.org.au/documents/March_2010.pdf

Geraghty, Paul & Jan Tent. (2010). Two unusual names for the Australian continent. Part II. Placenames Australia. June. http://anps.org.au/documents/June_2010.pdf

Tent, Jan (2010). Australia's palindromic toponyms. Placenames Australia. September. http://www.anps.org.au/documents/Sept_2010.pdf

Tent, Jan (2011). Know your federal electorate. Placenames Australia. March. (Forthcoming)

Recent Conference Presentations

Tent, Jan (2007). Fiji English and the lexicographical issues in the compilation of the Macquarie Dictionary of English for the Fiji Islands. Paper presented at the 13th  International Symposium on Lexicography, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Tent, Jan & Helen Slatyer (2007). Naming places on the Southland: European place-naming practices from 1606 to 1803. Paper presented at 'Trends in Toponymy: Indigenous Identity and Theoretical Developments in Placenames Research',University of Ballarat, Victoria.

Rieschild, Verna &  Jan Tent (2008). Bilinguality, gender, & religion: Influences on Arabic-heritage Australian youths' attitudes to their ambient languages and cultures. Paper presented at Sociolinguistics Symposium 17 - 'Micro and Macro Connections', Free University of Amsterdam.

Tent, Jan (2009) Indigenous loanwords in three varieties of Pacific English: An analysis of borrowing patterns and attitudes. Paper presented at the Conference of the International Society for Language Studies, Crowne Plaza Orlando Universal, Orlando, Florida.

Tent, Jan (2009) Issues with the representation of place names with 'The' in the Australian Gazetteer. Presented at the annual conference of the Committee for Geographical Names in Australasia (CGNA), Melbourne.

Theresa Winchester-Seeto & Jan Tent (2009), Setting the standard: Developing a standards-based assessment and research development approach for postgraduate coursework dissertation. Presented at Uniserve Science, The University of Sydney.

Tent, Jan (2009) The placename dictionary. Where to from here? Presented at AUSTRALEX 2009, Macquarie University.

Recent Invited Lectures and Talks

Words of Fiji: A History of Wordlists, Glossaries and Dictionaries of the Languages of Fiji. Centre for Lexicography, Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus, 19 November, 2008.

Issues in Fiji Lexicography. Centre for Lexicography, Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus, 26 November, 2008.

Developing a typology for Australian placename specifics. Institute of Name Research, University of Copenhagen, 27 November, 2008.

Early European Place-naming in Australia. Institute of Name Research, University of Copenhagen, 28 November, 2008.
Language Use and Attitudes in Fiji. University of Regensburg, 22 January, 2009.

Criterion-based assessment of Master degree dissertations. Assessment Working Party of the Learning and Teaching Committee, Macquarie University, April 2, 2009.

Language Use and Attitudes in Fiji. University of Freiburg, 25 May, 2009.

Language Use and Attitudes in Fij. University of Zürich, 26 May, 2009.

Issues in Australian toponymy. University of Heidelberg, 28 May, 2009.

The Measure of Success. Occasional address at graduation ceremony, University of Heidelberg, 29 May, 2009.

Developing a typology for Australian placename specifics. University of Heidelberg, 1 June, 2009.

Naming Places on the 'Southland': European place-naming practices from 1606 to 1803. Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, 2 June, 2009.

Where in the world is 'Ulimaroa'? Or how a Pacific island became the Australian continent. University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji, 12 March, 2010.


Associate Professor Rosalind Thornton

2016

R. Thornton, A. Notley, V. Moscati & S. Crain. (accepted, August 2016) Two negations for the price of one. Glossa.

Thornton, R. (in press) Children's acquisition of syntactic knowledge. Oxford Research Encylopedia of Linguistics.

Thornton, R. (2016) The acquisition of questions. In Lidz, J., Snyder, W., & Pater, J. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Developmental Linguistics. Oxford University Press.

Thornton, R., K. Rombough, J. Martin & L. Orton. (2016) Negation in children with Specific Language Impairment. First Language 36(3),228-264. DOI: 10.1177/0142723716640187

Kiguchi, H. and R. Thornton. (2016) Connectivity effects in pseudoclefts in child language. Studia Linguistica, 70, 34-65 . DOI: 10.1111/stul.12043

Thornton, R., H. Kiguchi & E. D'Onofrio. (in press). Clefts and reconstruction in English-speaking children's grammars. In Proceedings of BUCLD 40. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

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2015

Fromkin, V., Rodman, R., Hyams, N., Amberber, M., Cox, F. & R. Thornton. (2015) An Introduction to Language. Australia and New Zealand 8th  edition. Melbourne: Cengage Learning.

Crain, S., and R. Thornton (2015) Translation into Chinese by Ruya Li. Investigations in Universal Grammar: A Guide to Experiments on the Acquisition of Syntax and Semantics. Translation Series of Linguistics Abroad, Classical Textbook. Beijing: The Commercial Press. First published in English by MIT Press, 1998.

Geçkin, V., S. Crain & R. Thornton.  (2015) The interpretation of logical connectives in Turkish. Journal of Child Language. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0305000915000306

Irish, M., J. Kamminga; D. R. Addis, S. Crain, R. Thornton, J. R Hodges & O. Piguet (2015) Language of the past - Exploring past tense disruption during autobiographical narration in neurodegenerative disorders.  Journal of Neuropsychology. DOI: 10.1111/jnp.12073

Thornton, R. and K. Rombough. (2015) The syntax-PF interface in children's negative sentences. Language Acquisition 22, 132-157.
DOI: 10.1080/10489223.2014.943901

Crain, S. & Thornton, R. (2015) Third year grammar. In A. Gallego & D. Ott (eds.). 50 years later: Reflections on Chomsky's Aspects. Vol. 77 of MIT Working Papers in Linguistics. Cambridge, MA: MITWPL.

Thornton, R. (2015) Syntax. In S. McLeod & J. McCormack (eds.) An introduction to speech, language and literacy. Oxford University Press.

Thornton, R. (2015). First language acquisition, linguistic theory of. In James D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 9. Oxford: Elsevier. pp. 206-211.

2014

Zhou, P., S. Crain and R. Thornton. (2014) Children's knowledge of double negative structures in Mandarin Chinese.  Journal of East Asian Linguistics, 23(4), 333-359.

Crain, S. & Thornton, R. (2014) Theories of language acquisition. In D.C. Phillips (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Zhou, P., Crain, S., & Thornton, R. (2014). Lexical aspect and the use of negation by Mandarin-speaking children. In Chu, C.-Y. et al. (Eds.), Selected Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Generative Approaches to Language Acquisition North America (pp. 150-156). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

2013

Thornton, R. & G. Tesan. (2013). Sentential negation in early child English. Journal of Linguistics. 49(2), 367- 411. DOI: 10.1017/S0022226712000382

Steel, G., M. Rose, P. Eadie, and R. Thornton.  (2013) Assessment of complement clauses: A comparison between elicitation tasks and language sample data. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 15, 286-295.

Crain, S., & Thornton, R. (2013). Unification in child language. In I. Caponigro & C. Cecchetto (eds.), From Grammar to Meaning: The Spontaneous Logicality of Language. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Crain, S., & Thornton, R. (2013) Innateness and Parameter Setting. In Harold Pashler (ed.) Encyclopedia of the Mind, Sage Publications.

R. Thornton and S. Crain. (2013) Syntax and language development: Parameters: The pluses and minuses. Chapter 27: The Cambridge Handbook of Generative Syntax. (pp. 927-970). Cambridge University Press.

Kiguchi, H. and R. Thornton. (2013) Connectivity effects in child grammar. In. S. Stavrakaki, M. Lalioti and P. Konstantinopoulou (eds). Advances in Language Acquisition (pp. 129-137). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Thornton, R. (2013) Children's acquisition of syntactic knowledge. In Mark Aronoff (ed.) Oxford Bibliographies in Linguistics. New York: Oxford University Press. Launch date 22/4/2013. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199772810-0058

Zhou, P. R. Thornton and S. Crain. (2013) The logic of double negation in child language. In. S. Baiz, N. Goldman & R. Hawkes (eds.). Proceedings of BUCLD 37, 306-318. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

Panizza, D., A. Notley, R. Thornton and S. Crain. (2013) When children are as logical as adults: The , interpretation of numerals in child language. In. S. Baiz, N. Goldman & R. Hawkes (eds.). Proceedings of BUCLD 37, 306-318. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

2012

Thornton, R.  (2012). Inivited Commentary. Studies at the interface of child language and models of language acquisition. First Language 32(1/2), 281-297.

Notley, A., R. Thornton, & S. Crain (2012). English-speaking children's interpretation of disjunction in the scope of 'not every'. Biolinguistics 6, 32-69.

Thornton, R. (2012). Review of Ambridge and Lieven (2011) Child Language Acquisition: Contrasting Theoretical Approaches. Lingua 122(14), 1776-1781. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lingua.2012.09.007

2011

Crain, S and R. Thornton (2011)  Syntax acquisition. Advanced Review. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Cognitive Science 2. DOI: 10.1002/wcs.1158

Thornton, R. (2011) Review of Ana Lucia Santos Minimal answers: Ellipsis, syntax and discourse in the acquisition of European Portuguese. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Language  87(1), 229-234.

Landau, I. & R. Thornton. (2011) Early child control.  Lingua 121, 920-941.

Crain, S. and R. Thornton  (2011) Constraints in language acquisition. In Patrick Hogan (ed.) The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences. (pp. 214-216). Cambridge University Press.

Crain, S. and R. Thornton  (2011) Acquisition of semantics. In Patrick Hogan (ed.) The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the Language Sciences. (pp. 745-748). Cambridge University Press.

Akagi, N., T. Goro, R. Thornton and S. Crain (2011) Children's interpretation of disjunction in questions in Japanese. In M. Pirvulescu, M. C. Cuervo, A. Pérez-Leroux, J. Steele, and N. Strik (eds). Proceedings of GALANA 4, 1-11.

2010

Crain, S., R. Thornton & D. Khlentzos. (2010). Universal Grammar versus linguistic diversity. Lingua 120, 2668-2672.

Shankweiler, D., L. Conway Palumbo, R. Fulbright, W. Einar Mencl, J. Van Dyke, B. Kollia, R. Thornton, S. Crain, K. Harris. (2010) Testing the limits of language production in long-term survivors of major stroke: A psycholinguistic and anatomic study.  Aphasiology 24, 1455-1485.

Tesan G, Johnson BW, Reid M, Thornton R, Crain S (2010). Measurement Of Neuromagnetic Brain Function In Pre-school Children With Custom Sized MEG. JoVE. 36. http://www.jove.com/index/details.stp?id=1693, doi: 10.3791/1693

Johnson, B., S. Crain, R. Thornton, G. Tesan & M. Reid. (2010) Measurement of auditory brain function in pre-school children using a custom sized wholehead MEG sensor array.  Clinical Neurophysiology 121(3), 340-349.

Thornton, R. (2010) Verb phrase ellipsis in children's answers to questions. Language Learning and Development 6(1) 1-31.

2009

Notley, A., P. Zhou, S. Crain, & R. Thornton. (2009) Children's interpretation of focus expressions in English, Mandarin and Japanese. Language Acquisition 16(4), 240-282.

Crain, S. R. Thornton and K. Murasugi (2009) Capturing the evasive passive. Invited paper for the 'Acquisition Archives'. Language Acquisition 16 (2), 123-133.

Crain, S., R. Thornton and D. Khlentzos (2009) The case of the missing generalizations (Review of A. Goldberg, Constructions at Work). Journal of Cognitive Linguistics 20(1), 145-155.

2008

Thornton, R. (2008) Review of William Snyder Child Language: The parametric approach, Oxford University Press. Journal of Linguistics 42(2), 545-552.

Thornton, R. (2008) Why continuity. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory 26(1) 107-146.

Jensen, B. and R. Thornton (2008) Fragments of child grammar. In M. João Freitas and A. Gavarró Algueró (eds). Language Acquisition and Development: Papers from GALA 2007. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

2007

Thornton, R. and G. Tesan (2007) Categorical acquisition: Parameter setting in Universal Grammar. Biolinguistics 1(1), 49-98.

Thornton, R., S. Crain and G. Tesan (2007). Principles, parameters and probability. In I. Gülzow and N. Gagarina (eds.) Frequency Effects in Language Acquisition: Defining the Limits of Frequency as an Explanatory Concept (Studies on Language Acquisition). (pp.359-382) SOLA Series. De Gruyter.

Thornton, R. (2007) Parameter Setting: Universal Grammar or Statistical Learning? In M. Laughren and I Mushin (Eds.) Annual Meeting of the Australian Linguistic Society, Brisbane, Australia.  http://espace.library.uq.edu.au/view.php?pid=UQ:13242

2006

Crain, S., T. Goro and R. Thornton (2006) Language acquisition is language change. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 35, 31-49.

Crain, S. and R. Thornton (2006) Acquisition of syntax and semantics. (pp. 1073-1110). In M. Traxler and M. Gernsbacher (eds), Handbook of Psycholinguistics, Second Edition. Elsevier.

2005

Crain, S. and R. Thornton (2005) Acquisition of syntax. In L. Nadel (ed.) Encyclopedia of Cognitive Science. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

Conroy, A. and R. Thornton (2005) Children's knowledge of Principle C in discourse. In Y. Otsu (ed.) Proceedings of the Sixth Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics. (pp. 69-94) Tokyo:  Hituzi Syobo Publishing Company.

Tesan, G. and R. Thornton (2005) Emergence of do-support in child English. In Sudha Arunachalam, Tatjana Scheffler, Sandya Sundaresan and Joshua Tauberer (Eds.) Penn Working Papers in Linguistics 11.1.: Proceedings of the 28th Annual Penn Linguistics Colloquium.

2004

Kiguchi, H. and R. Thornton (2004) Binding principles and ACD constructions in child grammars. Syntax 7(3), 234-271.

Thornton, R. (2004) Why continuity. In Alejna Brugos, Linnea Micciula and Christine E. Smith (Eds.) Proceedings of the 28th Boston University Conference on Language Development (BUCLD 28) . (pp. 620-632). Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

Tesan, G. and R. Thornton (2004) Overspecification in early English. In Jacqueline van Kampen and Sergio Baauw (Eds.) Proceedings of GALA 2003, Occasional Series 3, LOT, Utrecht. (http://lotos.library.uu.nl/index.html)

2003

Tesan, G. and R. Thornton (2003) Small children's big clauses. In Y. Otsu (Ed.) Proceedings of the Fourth Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics. (pp. 239-264). Tokyo: Hituzi Syobo Publishing Company.

2002

Thornton, R. (2002) Let's change the subject: Focus in early grammar. Language Acquisition 10 (3), 229-271.

Kiguchi, H.  and R. Thornton (2002) Children's knowledge of the interaction between binding principles and QR. In Y. Otsu (ed.) Proceedings of the Third Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics. (pp. 211-234) Tokyo: Hituzi Syobo Publishing Company.

Kiguchi, H.  and R. Thornton (2002) Children's understanding of Principle B in ACD constructions. In Masako Hirotani (ed.) Proceedings of NELS 32. (pp. 257-270), GLSA: University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

2001

Gavruseva, E. and R. Thornton (2001) Getting it right: Acquisition of whose questions in child English. Language Acquisition 9(3), 229-267.

Thornton, R. (2001) A-movement in early English. In Y. Otsu (ed) Proceedings of the Second Tokyo Conference on Psycholinguistics. (pp. 227-250). Tokyo: Hituzi Syobo Publishing Company.

2000

Musolino, J, S. Crain and R. Thornton (2000) Navigating negative quantificational space. Linguistics 38, 1-32.

1999

Thornton, R. and S. Crain. (1999) Levels of representation in child grammar. The Linguistic Review 16, 81-123. (Special Issue: Processes and representations in grammatical theory.)

Thornton, R. and K. Wexler (1999) Principle B, VP ellipsis and Interpretation in Child Grammar. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

1998

Crain, S., and R. Thornton (1998) Investigations in Universal Grammar: A Guide to Experiments on the Acquisition of Syntax and Semantics.  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Crain, S and R. Thornton (1998) The Truth Value Judgment Task: Fundamentals of design. University of Maryland Working Papers in Linguistics, 6, 61-70.

1997

S. Crain and R. Thornton (1997) Why child grammar is flawful. In C. Koster and F. Wijnen (eds.) Proceedings of GALA 1995.

1996

Crain, S., R. Thornton, C. Boster, L. Conway, D. Lillo-Martin and E. Woodams. (1996) Quantification without qualification. Language Acquisition 5, 83-153.

Thornton, R. (1996) Elicited production. In H. Cairns, D. McDaniel and C. McKee (eds.) Methods for Assessing Children's Syntax. (pp. 77-102). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

1995

Thornton, R. (1995) Referentiality and wh-movement in child English: Juvenile D-Linkuency. Language Acquisition 4, 139-175. (Special Issue on the Acquisition of Wh-Questions.)

Shankweiler, D., S. Crain, L. Katz, A.E. Fowler, A. M. Liberman, S. A. Brady, R. Thornton, E. Lundquist, L. Dreyer, J. M. Fletcher, K.K. Stuebing, S. E. Shaywitz, B. A. Shaywitz (1995) Cognitive profiles of reading-disabled children: Comparison of language skills in phonology, morphology and syntax. Psychological Science 6, 149-156.

Guasti, M. T., R. Thornton and K. Wexler (1995) Children's negative questions: The case of English. In D. MacLaughlin and S. McEwen (eds.) Proceedings of the Boston University Conference on Child Language Development, 19. Somerville, MA: Cascadilla Press.

Thornton, R. (1995) Children's negative questions: A production/comprehension asymmetry. In J. Fuller, H. Han and D. Parkinson (eds.) Proceedings of ESCOL. Published by Cornell University.

Crain, S., L. Conway, and R. Thornton. (1995) D-Quantification in child language. In J. Fuller, H. Han and D. Parkinson (eds.) Proceedings of ESCOL.  Published by Cornell University.

1994

Avrutin, S. and R. Thornton (1994) Distributivity and binding in child grammar. Linguistic Inquiry 25, 165-171.

Thornton, R. and S. Crain (1994) Successful cyclic movement. (pp. 215-253) In T. Hoekstra and B. Schwartz (eds.) Language Acquisition Studies in Generative Grammar. John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam/Philadelphia.

Thornton, R. (1994) Rendaku in Japanese: An X'-phonology approach. In J. Abe, L. Ferro, L. LaPorte-Grimes, D. Takahashi, M. Yamashina (eds.) University of Connecticut Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 4.

1992

Thornton, R. (1992) Adventures in long-distance moving: The Acquisition of         complex Wh-questions. 1990 PhD. dissertation. Distributed by UConn Working Papers in Linguistics, Storrs, Connecticut.

1991

Crain, S. and R. Thornton (1991) Recharting the course of language acquisition: Studies in elicited production. (pp. 321-339) In N. Krasnegor, D. Rumbaugh, R. Schiefelbusch and M. Studdert-Kennedy (eds), Biobehavioral Foundations of Language Development. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Hillsdale, N.J.

1988

Crain, S. and R. Thornton (1988) Language acquisition in the absence of experience. University of Connecticut Working Papers in Linguistics. Volume 2.

 

 


Dr Nick Wilson

File, K. A., & Wilson, N. (2016). Adapting self for private and public audiences: The enactment of leadership identity by rugby coaches in huddles and interviews. In D. Van De Mieroop & S. Schnurr (Eds.), Identity Struggles. Evidence from Workplaces around the World. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Wilson, N. (2013). Interaction without walls: Analysing leadership discourse through dramaturgy and participation. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 17(2), 180-199. http://doi.org/10.1111/josl.12024

Joe, A., Wilson, N., Kindon, S., & GEOG 404 Students, Victoria University of Wellington. (2011). Assessing the impact of the withdrawal of Refugee Study Grants on refugee background students at tertiary institutions in Aotearoa New Zealand. Wellington, New Zealand: TESOLANZ. Available at http://www.tesolanz.org.nz/includes/download.aspx?ID=118213

Wilson, N. (2010). Bros, boys and guys: Address term function and communities of practice in a New Zealand rugby team. New Zealand English Journal, 24, 33-54.

Wilson, N. (2009). The discourse of deputies: Communicating co-leadership in a rugby club. Te Reo, 52, 73-98.

Conference Papers

2015. There's no "I" in team: Mapping Leadership Style through Formulaic Directives. Paper presented at The International Pragmatics Conference (IPra). University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium, 26-31 July 2015.

2014. Street Football and Managing Conflict: Developing a Participant-friendly Measure of Team Communication. Paper presented at BAAL, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK. 4-6 September 2014.

2013. Negotiating co-leadership identities: Investigating the discourse of rugby coaches. Paper presented at iMean, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. 18-20 April 2013.

2012. Swearing as a leadership tool. Paper presented at Sociolinguistics Symposium 19. Freie Universität, Berlin, Germany. 21-24 August 2012.

2011. Indexing masculine sporting ideologies in rugby discourse. Paper presented at the 3rd New Zealand Discourse Conference. AUT University, Auckland, New Zealand. 5-7 December 2011.

2011. Repetition as relational practice. Paper presented at the Linguistic Society of New Zealand 19th Biennial Conference. Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, 17-18 November 2011.

2010. Talking territoriality: The discursive creation of rugby team identity . Paper presented at the 12th New Zealand Language and Society Conference, AUT University, Auckland, NZ. 22-23 November 2010.

2010. Talking territoriality in the huddle: The linguistics of locality and team identity in a New Zealand club rugby team. Paper presented at The Worlds of Football Conference, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia. 27-28 September 2010.

2009. "Fucking" as a solidarity marker. Paper presented at The Linguistic Society of New Zealand 18th Biennial Conference. Massey University, Palmerston North, NZ. 30 November - 1 December 2009.

2009. A foot in both camps: Managing leadership identity through personal pronoun usage. Paper presented at the 2nd New Zealand Discourse Conference. AUT University, Auckland, NZ. 18-20 November 2009.


Dr Deanna Wong

Brick, J., Herke, M., & Wong, D. (2016). Academic culture: A student's guide to studying at university. (3rd ed.). South Yarra: Palgrave Macmillan.

Peters, P., & Wong, D. (2015). Backchannels and turn management, In C. Reuhlemann, & K. Aijmer (Eds) A Handbook of Corpus Pragmatics: Exploring Speaker Meaning in                Computer Corpora, (pp.408-429), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wong, D. (2012). Dynamic Listening: The Use of Backchannels in Telephone Conversation. (Unpublished PhD thesis). Macquarie University, Sydney.

Wong, D., Cassidy, S., & Peters, P. (2011). Updating the ICE Annotation system: tagging, parsing and validation. Corpora, 6(2); 115-144.

Wong, D., & Peters, P. (2007). A study of backchannels in regional varieties of English, using corpus markup as the means of identification. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics, 12 (4); 479-510

 

 


Professor Lynda Yates

Yates, L. (In press). Intercultural communication and the transnational: Managing impressions at work, Multilingua, Vol. 34 (6).

Yates, L. and Dahm, M. (In press). Doing patient-centred consultations: Some challenges for IMGs. For White, S. and Cartmill, J. (Eds.) Communication in Surgical Practice, Sheffield: Equinox.

Roger, P., Dahm, M. and Yates, L. (In press). Inter-professional clinical handover in surgical practice. For White, S. and Cartmill, J. (Eds.) Communication in Surgical Practice, Sheffield: Equinox.

Dahm, Maria, Yates, Lynda, Ogden, Kathryn, Rooney, Kim and Sheldon, Brooke (In press). Enhancing international medical graduates' communication: applied linguists' contribution, Medical Education.

Yates, L., Terraschke, A., Zielinski, B., Pryor, E., Wang, J., Major, G., Radhakrishnan, M., Middleton, H., Chisari, M. and Williams Tetteh, V. (2015). Final report:  AMEP Longitudinal Study 2011-2014, Linguistics Department Macquarie University, Sydney.

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Willoughby-Knox, B. and Yates, L. (2015). The emotional dimension of 'mixing' in an internationalised classroom: A pathway program case study. International HETL Review, Vol. 5, Article 1, URL: https://www.hetl.org/academic-articles/the-emotional-dimension-of-mixing-in-an-internationalised-classroom-a-pathway-program-case-study

Yates, L. & Major, G. (2015). "Quick-chatting", "smart dogs", and how to "say without saying": Small talk and pragmatic learning in the community, System journal. 48, pp 141-152.

Dahm, M. R., O'Grady, C., Yates, L., & Roger, P. (2014). Into the Spotlight: Exploring the Use of the Dictaphone During Surgical Consultations. Health Communication, 30: 513-520, 2015. DOI: 10.1080/10410236.2014.894603. (2013 Impact Factor: 1.276)

Yates, L. (2014). Learning how to speak: Pronunciation, pragmatics and practicalities in the classroom and beyond, Language Teaching. Available on CJO 2014 doi:10.1017/S0261444814000238. PDF http://journals.cambridge.org/repo_A93CvvhU

O'Grady, C., Dahm, M., Roger, P. and Yates, L. (2014). Trust, talk and the Dictaphone: Tracing the discursive accomplishment of trust in a surgical consultation.  Discourse and Society, Vol. 25 (1), pp. 65-83 (2012 Impact Factor: 1.410) (doi:10.1177/0957926513496354).

Yates, L., Terraschke, A., Setijadi, C., Zielinski, B., Pryor, E., Cheng, J., Major, G., Williams Tetteh, V. and Chisari, M. (2014). AMEP Longitudinal Study 2011-2014 Interim Research Report 2: Cohort B. Unpublished report.

Zielinski, B. and Yates, L. (2014). 'Myth 3: Pronunciation instruction is not appropriate for beginner-level learners'. In L. Grant (Ed.) Pronunciation myths: Applying second language research to classroom teaching. Michigan: University of Michigan Press.

Dahm, M. & Yates, L. (2013). 'English for the workplace: Doing patient-centred care in medical communication'. TESL Canada, Vol. 30 (Special Issue 7).

Yates, L. and Terraschke, A. (2013). 'Love, language and little ones: Successes and stresses for mothers raising bilingual children in exogamous relationships'. In M. Schwartz and A. Verschik (Eds.) Successful family language policy: parents, children and educators in interaction. Series Multilingual Education. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

O'Grady, C., Yates, L., and Dahm, M. (2013). 'Building and threatening trust in medical consultations'. Multilingual Theory and Practice in Applied Linguistics: Proceedings of the 45th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied, BAAL, 191-194. Retrieve from: http://www.baal.org.uk/proceedings_2012.pdf.

Yates, L. and Terraschke, A. (2013). 'Which language to use at home and why it matters'. In K. De Gioia and P. Whiteman (Eds) Children and Childhoods 3: Immigrant and refugee families, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, pp. 41-54.

Yates, L. and Wahid, M.R.A. (2013). 'Challenges to Brand Australia: International students and the problem with speaking'. Higher Education Research and Development, Vol 32 (6), pp. 1037-1050. (2013 Impact Factor: 0.791).

Yates, L. and Nguyen, T.Q.T. (2012). 'Beyond a discourse of deficit: the meaning of silence in the international classroom'. International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives, Vol 11 (1), pp. 22-34.

Yates, L. (2012). 'Grammar Teaching and the Workplace'. In Chapelle, C. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, Wiley-Blackwell.

Yates, L. Terraschke, A. and Zielinski, B. (2012). Developing a family language policy. Sydney: Macquarie University. Unpublished report and professional development resource.

Taylor-Leech, K. and Yates, L. (2012). 'Strategies for building social connection through English: Challenges for immigrants and implications for teaching English as a second language'. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, Vol 35 (2), pp. 138-155.

Yates, L. and Zielinski, B. (2012). 'Teaching pronunciation for adult learners: Eight reasons not to teach pronunciation (and why they are all wrong)'. In Handoyo P. W. and A. Cirocki (Eds.), Innovation and Creativity in ELT Methodology , New York: Nova, pp. 137-150.

Yates, L., Zielinski, B. and Pryor E. (2011). 'The assessment of pronunciation and the new IELTS Pronunciation scale'. IELTS Research Reports Volume 12. IDP: IELTS Australia and British Council. Retrieve from: http://www.ielts.org/pdf/vol12_report1_update.pdf.

Yates, L. (2011). 'Language, interaction and social inclusion in early settlement'. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, Vol. 14 (4), pp. 457- 471. (2013 Impact Factor: 0.878)

Yates, L. (2010) 'Pragmatic challenges for second language learners'. In A. Trosborg (Ed.), Pragmatics across Languages and Cultures, Berlin, New York: De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 287-308.

Yates, L. (2010) Language training and settlement success: Are they related? Sydney: AMEP Research Centre, Macquarie University. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/docs/LanguageTrainingSettlement_.pdf.

Yates, L., and Springall, J. (2010) 'Soften up!: Successful requests in the workplace'. In D. Tatsuki and N. Houck (Eds.), Pragmatics from research to practice: Teaching speech acts, Alexandria, VA: TESOL, pp. 67-86.

Yates, L. (2010) 'Speech act performance in workplace settings'. In A. Martinez-Flor and E. Usó-Juan (Eds.), Speech act performance: Theoretical, empirical and methodological issues, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, pp. 109-126.

Yates, L. (2010). 'Dinkas downunder: Request performance in simulated workplace interaction'. In G. Kasper, H. Nguyen, D. Yoshimi and J. Yoshika (Eds.), Pragmatics and language learning, volume 12, University of Hawaii: National Foreign Language Resource Center, pp. 113-140.

Yates, L., de Courcy, M. and Nicholas, H. (2010). 'Social and cognitive influences on the English language development of three age groups of Iraqi refugees'. In R. Batstone (Ed.), Sociocognitive Perspectives on Language Use and Language Learning, Oxford: OUP, pp. 94-111.

Yates, L. and Zielinski, B. (2009). Give it a go: Teaching pronunciation to adults. Sydney: AMEP Research Centre. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/157664/interactive_sm.pdf.

Yates, L. (2008). 'Coping with continuous enrolment in adult ESL'. TESOL in Context, Vol. 18 (1), pp.13-19.

Yates, L. (2008). 'Continuous Enrolment: Heresies, Headaches and Heartaches'. English Language Teaching, Vol. 1 (2), pp. 8-20.

Yates, L. and Springall, J. (2008). Assessing intelligibility. Sydney: AMEP Research Centre.

Yates, L. (2008). Extending teacher repertoires: Professional development and research in TESOL. North Ryde, NSW: NCELTR.

Yates, L. (2007). The not-so generic skills: Teaching employability communication skills to adult migrants. Sydney: NCELTR. (Materials by Terry Griffin and Jenny Guilfoyle).

Wigglesworth, G. and Yates, L. (2007). 'Mitigating difficult requests in the workplace: what learners and teachers need to know'. TESOL Quarterly, Vol. 41 (4), 791-803. (2013 Impact Factor: 1.000)

Yates, L. (2005). Negotiating an institutional identity: Individual differences in NS and NNS teacher directives. In K. Bardovi-Harlig and S. Hartford (Eds.), Interlanguage Pragmatics: Exploring Institutional Talk, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Yates, L. and Wigglesworth, G. (2005). Researching the effectiveness of professional development in pragmatics. In N. Bartels. (Ed.), Applied linguistics and language teacher education, Amsterdam: Kluwer.

Yates, L. (2005). 'Introducing new researchers to qualitative research: Some current options for textbooks'. Modern Language Journal, Vol. 89 (3), pp. 475-482. (2013 Impact Factor: 1.181)

Yates, L. (2004). 'The 'secret rules of language': Tackling pragmatics in the classroom'. Prospect: Journal of Australian TESOL, Vol. 19 (1), pp. 3-21.

Yates, L. (2003). 'Comment-response mingle'. In K. Bardovi-Harlig and R. Mahan-Taylor (Eds.), Teaching Pragmatics, Washington DC: Office of English Language Programs, US Department of State. Retrieve from: http://exchanges.state.gov/education/engteaching/pragmatics.htm.

Yates, L. (2003). 'Softening short requests'. In K. Bardovi-Harlig and R. Mahan-Taylor (Eds.), Teaching Pragmatics, Washington DC: Office of English Language Programs, US Department of State. Retrieve from: http://exchanges.state.gov/education/engteaching/pragmatics.htm.

Yates, L. (2003). 'The influence of prior learning'. In G. Wigglesworth (Ed.), The kaleidoscope of adult second language learning: Learner, teacher and researcher perspectives, Sydney: NCELTR, pp. 53-78.

Yates, L. and Williams A. (2003). 'Turning the kaleidoscope: Perceptions of learning and teaching in the AMEP'. In G. Wigglesworth (Ed.), The kaleidoscope of adult second language learning: Learner, teacher and researcher perspectives, Sydney: NCELTR, pp. 183-220.

Yates, L. (1991). 'Sentenced to write: a survey of attitudes to report‑writing in construction and manufacturing industries in Britain'. La Trobe University Department of Linguistics Working Papers, 4, pp. 139-161.

 

Guest editorship of journal special issues

Alcon, E.S. and Yates, L. (accepted for publication Jan 2015). Joint guest editor, 'Pragmatics learning across contexts', special issue for System journal.

Yates, L. (2013). Invited guest editor, 'Pragmatics and Language Learning', special issue Canada TESOL journal.

 

Fact sheets and teaching resources

Yates, L. & Chisari, M. (2013). 'Fact Sheet 1: Building confidence in the language classroom. Series: Building confidence in the classroom and beyond'. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.neas.org.au/wp-content/uploads/Building-Confidence-Fact-Sheet-1.pdf.

Yates, L., & Pryor, E. (2013). 'Fact Sheet 2: Building confidence in the classroom. Series: Building confidence in the classroom and beyond'. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.neas.org.au/wp-content/uploads/Building-Confidence-Fact-Sheet-2.pdf.

Yates, L., & Pryor, E. (2013). 'Fact Sheet 3: Building confidence outside the classroom - preparing learners. Series: Building confidence in the classroom and beyond'. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.neas.org.au/wp-content/uploads/Building-Confidence-Fact-Sheet-3.pdf.

Yates, L., Chisari, M. & Pryor, E. (2013). Fact Sheet 4: Building confidence in the community. Series: Building confidence in the classroom and beyond. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.neas.org.au/wp-content/uploads/Building-Confidence-Fact-Sheet-4.pdf.

Yates, L. & Chisari, M. (2013). Fact Sheet 5: An annotated bibliography. Series: Building confidence in the classroom and beyond. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.neas.org.au/wp-content/uploads/Building-Confidence-Fact-Sheet-5.pdf.

Yates, L. (2007). Teaching strategies - 8. Interactive style: Supporting Dinka background speakers from southern Sudan. Sydney: AMEP Resource Centre. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/docs/fact_sheets/06TeachingStrategies.pdf.

Yates, L. (2006). Teaching strategies - 7. Professional development through reflective practice projects. Sydney: AMEP Resource Centre. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/docs/fact_sheets/06TeachingStrategies.pdf

Yates, L. (2006). Teaching strategies - 6. Working with continuous enrolment. Sydney: AMEP Resource Centre. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/docs/fact_sheets/06TeachingStrategies.pdf

Yates, L. and Devi, S. (2006). Teaching strategies - 3. Different cultures of learning. Sydney: AMEP Resource Centre. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/resources/amep_fact_sheets.

Springall, J. and Yates, L. (2006). Teaching Speaking: Teaching Issues Fact sheet, Sydney: AMEP Resource Centre. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/resources/amep_fact_sheets.

Yates, L. (2005). Generic skills: Teaching Issues Fact sheet, Sydney: AMEP Resource Centre. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/resources/amep_fact_sheets.

Yates, L. (2002). Pronunciation Fact Sheet no.1: What is pronunciation? Sydney: AMEP Resource Centre. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/resources/amep_fact_sheets.

Yates, L. (2002). Pronunciation Fact Sheet no.2: Goals of pronunciation teaching. Sydney: AMEP Resource Centre. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/resources/amep_fact_sheets.

Yates, L. (2002). Pronunciation Fact Sheet no.3: Teaching pronunciation: Approaches and activities. Sydney: AMEP Resource Centre. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/resources/amep_fact_sheets.

Yates, L. (2002). Country Fact Sheet: Iraq. Sydney: AMEP Resource Centre. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/resources/amep_fact_sheets.

Yates, L. (2002). Teaching Issues Fact Sheet: The influence of prior learning. Sydney: AMEP Resource Centre. Professional development resource. Retrieve from: http://www.ameprc.mq.edu.au/resources/amep_fact_sheets.


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