Linguistic Diversity and Social Inclusion in Australia
[Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 37:3] 2014. 99 pp.
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Table of Contents
Editorial: Linguistic diversity and social inclusion in AustraliaIngrid Piller | pp. 190–197
Language and social inclusion: Unexplored aspects of intercultural communicationSimon Musgrave and Julie Bradshaw | pp. 198–212
Dodgy data, language invisibility and the implications for social inclusion: A critical analysis of indigenous student language data in Queensland schoolsSally Dixon and Denise Angelo | pp. 213–233
‘Like the fish not in water’: How language and race mediate the social and economic inclusion of women migrants to AustraliaDonna Butorac | pp. 234–248
Working it out: Migrants’ perspectives of social inclusion in the workplaceGeorge Major, Agnes Terraschke, Emily Major, and Charlotte Setijadi | pp. 249–261
Writing feedback as an exclusionary practice in higher educationGrace Chu-Lin Chang | pp. 262–275
Review of Eades, D. (2013) Aboriginal Ways of Using EnglishReviewed by Samantha Disbray | pp. 276–279
Review of Rose, D. & J.R. Martin (2012) Learning to Write, Reading to Learn: Genre, Knowledge and Pedagogy in the Sydney SchoolReviewed by Devo Yilmaz Devrim | p. 280
Review of Schwieter, J.W., ed. (2013) Innovative Research and Practices in Second Language Acquisition and BilingualismReviewed by R. Rosmawati | pp. 284–287
Translation & Interpreting Studies
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General