Focus Publication — July 2019

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The (randomly) selected focus publication for July 2019 is: Gasiorek, J., Gallois, C., Pierson, H., NussBaum, J. F., & Harwood, J. (2019). Advancing theory in language, communication, and intergroup relations. In J. Harwood, J. Gasiorek, H. Pierson, J. F. NussBaum, & C. Gallois (Eds.), Language, communication, and intergroup relations: A celebration of the scholarship of Howard Giles (pp…. Read more »

Focus Publication — June 2019

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The (randomly) selected focus publication for June 2019 is: Harwood, J., NussBaum, J. F., Pierson, H., Gallois, C., & Gasiorek, J. (2019). Accommodating a legend: Howard Giles and the social psychology of language and communication. In J. Harwood, J. Gasiorek, H. Pierson, J. F. NussBaum, & C. Gallois (Eds.), Language, communication, and intergroup relations: A celebration of… Read more »

Focus Publication — May 2019

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The (randomly) selected focus publication for May 2019 is: Rogerson A.M., & Rossetto, L.C. (2018). Accommodating student diversity and different learning backgrounds. Journal of Intercultural Communication Research: Special Issue Bringing International Perspectives to the Communication Curriculum in an Era of Globalization, 47 (5), 411-420. doi:10.1080/17475759.2018.1475293 ABSTRACT Student mobility presents both challenges and opportunities in higher education due to… Read more »

Focus Publication — April 2019

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The (randomly) selected focus publication for April 2019 is: Sheeran, N., Jones, L., Rowe, J, & McDonald. (2018). Adolescent mothers’ experiences over time. Family Relations, 67(3), 428-443. doi:10.1111/fare.12312. ABSTRACT Objective: To examine patterns and trajectories for Australian adolescent mothers as they transition into adulthood. Background: Adolescent mothers have diverse outcomes; some experience multiple negative outcomes for themselves and their children, and… Read more »

Book Announcement: “Gender, Neoliberalism and Distinction Through Linguistic Capital” by Mark Fifer Seilhamer

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We are pleased to announce the publication of a new book by Mark Fifer Seilhamer entitled Gender, Neoliberalism and Distinction Through Linguistic Capital: Taiwanese Narratives of Struggle and Strategy. The book presents the narratives of four Taiwanese young women, all proficient in English, set against the background of the dynamics of multilingualism in Taiwan. It chronicles their… Read more »