Multiple Perspectives on L1 and L2 Academic Literacy in Asia Pacific and Diaspora Contexts

Special issue of Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 15:1 (2005)

Editors
Xiaoming Li | Long Island University
Christine Pearson Casanave | Columbia University
[Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 15:1] 2005.  iv, 207 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Foreword: Literacy in the educational race after cultural integrity
Robert B. Kaplan
1–6
Introduction: Multiple Perspectives on L1 and L2 Academic Literacy in Asia Pacific and Diaspora Contexts
Xiaoming Li and Christine Pearson Casanave
7–13
Articles
The tangled web: Internet plagiarism and international students’ academic writing
Wendy Sutherland-Smith
15–29
Borrowing words and ideas: Insights from Japanese L1 writers
Carol Rinnert and Hiroe Kobayashi
15–29
Asian adolescents’ out-of-school encounters with English and Korean literacy
Youngjoo Yi
57–77
Multilingual literacies in Japan: Children’s project work in a community language school
Cheiron McMahill
79–96
Instruction and reading samples for opinion writing in L1 junior high school textbooks in China and Japan
Ryuko Kubota and Ling Shi
97–127
Source articles as scaffolds in reading to write: The case of a Chinese student writing in English
Wei Zhu
129–152
Multidimensional enculturation: The case of an EFL Chinese doctoral student
Yongyan Li
153–170
Interaction in group writing tasks in genre-based instruction in an EAP classroom
Shawn Loewen and Helen Basturkmen
171–189
Academic language and literacy socialization through project-based instruction: ESL student perspectives and issues
Gulbahar H. Beckett
191–206
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Communication Studies

Communication Studies

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CF: Linguistics

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LAN009000: LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General