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The University of Southampton
Centre for Global Englishes

Working papers

Having been initiated by the University of Southampton’s Centre for Global Englishes in 2014, Englishes in Practice is currently the title of the working papers of the Center for English as a Lingua Franca (CELF), Tamagawa University. It provides a forum for both members of CELF and other scholars to present research and explore matters related to global communication, including English as a lingua franca (ELF). The journal welcomes submissions which report empirical findings or which discuss theoretical, conceptual, or methodological aspects of relevance to the field. It is an open access journal and is available here.

CGE Publications
Englishes in Practice

Volume 2

Issue 3

Repositioning English and multilingualism in English as a Lingua Franca

Jenkins, Jennifer.

Issue 2 

Academic rigour in criticising English as a Lingua Franca

Ishikawa, Tomokazu

Issue 1 

Orientations towards English among English-medium Instruction Students

Karakaş, Ali

Volume 1

Issue 2 

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

Galloway, Nicola. 

Issue 1

Approaching Englishes in East Asia: Concepts, Contexts and Communities

Available for free download Issue 1 (PDF) 

Editors: 

Robert Baird, Mariko Kitazawa, Hsiu-Ya Lee and Ying Wang.

CONTENTS

FOREWORD: ENGLISHES IN PRACTICE- ROBERT BAIRD 

ENGLISH AS A LINGUA FRANCA: THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE PRACTICES - ROBERT BAIRD 

ENGLISH AS A LINGUA FRANCA IN THAILAND: CHARACTERISATIONS AND IMPLICATIONS
- WILL BAKER 

APPROACHING IDEAS OF ENGLISH IN EAST ASIAN CONTEXTS - MARIKO KITAZAWA 

IDENTITY IN CHINESE SPEAKERS’ ENGLISH: ENL LEARNER OR ELF USER? - YING WANG 

THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE PERFORMED TO ACHIEVE VARIOUS FUNCTIONS: A STUDY OF TAIWANESE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS TAIWANESE PEOPLE’S VARIATION IN ENGLISH - HSIU-YA LEE

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