Applications in Applied Linguistics

AILA Review, Volume 26

Editor
Karlfried Knapp | University of Erfurt/University of Utrecht
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Applications in Applied Linguistics departs from a comprehensive concept that views Applied Linguistics as the application of findings, theories and methods of sciences related to issues of language and communication, and that distinguishes different modes of applications (practical vs. theoretical, and top-down, i.e. departing from science, vs. bottom-up, i.e. departing from a real-life problem). These different modes are exemplified by descriptions of different domains of application that often have a far reaching impact on societies and individuals. Narrowing down the range of problems with language and communication from the level of societies to that of groups and individuals, the contributions describe problem areas and applied linguistic ways of dealing with them in the fields of language policy and planning; language and communication in the legal sphere; communication of migrants in diaspora situations; language and communication in the media; and in the study of communication disorders.
[AILA Review, 26] 2013.  iii, 99 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Applications in applied linguistics: Modes and domains
Karlfried Knapp
1–9
Articles
Current issues in LPP research and their impact on society
Jeroen Darquennes
11–23
Legal linguistics as a mutual arena for cooperation: Recent developments in the field of applied linguistics and law
Jan Engberg
24–41
Diaspora: Multilingual and intercultural communication across time and space
Li Wei and Zhu Hua
42–56
Investigating language and the media: The case of newswriting
Daniel Perrin
57–78
Linguistics in the service of communication disorders: New frontiers
Dorit Ravid, Amalia Bar-On and Elitzur Dattner
79–99
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Subjects

Linguistics

Applied linguistics

Main BIC Subject

CFDC: Language acquisition

Main BISAC Subject

LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General