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Latest publications:
Text as an Autopoietic System: Possibilities and Limitations of an Autopoietic Account of Digitized Text

The article will discuss how dynamic textual operations can be seen as defining features of textual autopoiesis, whilst discussing the validity of applying such a concept to digitized textual material.

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Published online: September 2, 2016

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Variation in the Tone Classes of Ikwere Nouns

This article introduces a description of the function of tones in the noun system and tonal processes in the Ikwere language of Nigeria.

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Published online: May 16. 2016

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Changes in Foreign Language Learning Strategies Used by Thai University Students

The use of foreign language learning strategies by Thai university students has observably been changed in the past few years due to changing circumstances having caused new strategies to emerge.

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Published online: May 11, 2016

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Expanding Linguistic, Cultural, and Literacies Toolkits: Engaging Diversity in Traditional and Virtual Learning Spaces

The authors examine the ways in which learners’ cultural, linguistic, and literacies resources could be accessed through a traditional classroom tool such as the learning journal to foster classroom inclusivity.

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Published online: April 25, 2016

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Tertiary Education and Communication Skills Development of Omani Learners: Student Perspectives

This study explores student perceptions of how well tertiary-level education institutions in Oman prepare them with the communicative skills demanded by the country’s multinational and multicultural workforce.

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Published online: April 25, 2016

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The Lady in Red: Image Deconstruction and the Gezi Park Uprising

This paper presents a postmodern, social-semiotic deconstruction of the “Lady In Red,” an iconic news photo from the 2013 Gezi Park uprising depicting a Turkish activist being pepper-sprayed by police.

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Published online: February 19, 2016

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The International Journal of Communication and Linguistic Studies , Volume 14, Issue 2, June 2016

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Issue: Print [Authors Only]

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Issue: Print

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Re-reading Performative Materiality from a Historiographical Perspective: Formless, Unidentified, Faceless Information

This paper re-evaluates performative materiality mainly focusing on the fluxes of materials which explain the plural impacts of inputs and outputs of materialism within a historical content.

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Published online: November 13, 2015

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Practical, Lucrative, Digital…English? Adapting the English Major to the Digital Age

This paper approaches English studies combining composition and literature with foci on hybrid course delivery and digital genres and practices to make a traditional major viable at a professionally-focused university.

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Published online: October 30, 2015

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Opinions on Indigenous Languages as Languages of Learning and Teaching in Africa: Non-English-Speaking Unisa-Students

This paper seeks to understand the language choices of university students in post-apartheid South Africa, their identification with their ethnic groups, and how their languages are represented in higher education.

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Published online: October 30, 2015

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