Digital Communication, Linguistic Diversity and Education

Digital Communication, Linguistic Diversity and Education

Digital Communication, Linguistic Diversity and Education

Digital Communication, Linguistic Diversity and Education

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Overview

This edited volume investigates the role of digital communication in relation to linguistic diversity and language education in today’s digitally networked world. It aims to examine (1) how language(s) are (re)contextualized and (re)localized concerning other languages, multimodalities, semiotic resources, genres, and repertoires in various domains of digital communication and (2) what pragmatic functions digital communication may serve in terms of language education – both in and out of classroom – and pedagogy. The collection includes contributions exploring diverse digital venues in which language has multiple different roles and functions, illustrating micro- and macro-linguistic practices in varied areas of society, including education, politics, technology, media, and popular culture.


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781789974546
Publisher: Peter Lang Ltd, International Academic Publishers
Publication date: 09/04/2020
Series: Contemporary Studies in Descriptive Linguistics , #47
Pages: 222
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x (d)

About the Author

Sender Dovchin is a Senior Research Fellow at the School of Education, Curtin University, Western Australia. She is a Discovery Early Career Research Fellow awarded by the Australian Research Council. Previously, she was an Associate Professor at the University of Aizu, Japan. Her research interests are bi/multilingualism, the sociolinguistics of globalization, social media and linguistic human rights issues. She has authored numerous articles in international, peer reviewed journals such as Journal of Sociolinguistics, International Journal of Multilingualism, World Englishes, Asian Englishes, English Today, International Journal of Multilingual Research, Linguistics and Education, International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, Translanguaging and Translation in Multilingual Contexts and Inner Asia. She is the author of the monograph Language, Media and Globalization in the Periphery (2018) and co-author, with Alastair Pennycook and Shaila Sultana, of Popular Culture, Voice, and Linguistic Diversity: Young Adults On- and Offline (2017).

Table of Contents

Contents:Sender Dovchin: Introduction: Digital Communication, Linguistic Diversity and Education – Digital Communication and Linguistic Diversity – Mingyi Hou: Digital Fan Practices with Mobile Media – Shaila Sultana: TV Advertisements in the Mediascape of Bangladesh: A Disjuncture between the Realities of the Emerging Transsemiotic Arena and the Language Policies in Practice – Sender Dovchin: The Anglicised Mongolian Neologisms in the Post-Socialist Mongolia – Digital Communication and Language Education – He Zhang/Qian Gong: «Reskilling» through Self-Representation: Digital Storytelling as an Alternative English Experience for Chinese International Students in Australia – Julian Chen/Toni Dobinson: Digital Communication in a Virtual Community of Practice: Linguistic/Paralinguistic Behaviour in the Multimodal Context of Blackboard Collaborate – The Effectiveness of Digital Communication and Pedagogy – Hiroshi Hasegawa: The Effectiveness of Online Instruction with Regard to Acquiring Script Writing When Learning Japanese as a Second/Foreign Language – Julian Chen/Tatiana Bogachenko/Craig Sims/Martin Cooper: The Use of VoiceThread as a Multimodal Digital Platform to Foster Online Students’ Task Engagement, Communication and Online Community Building.

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