The following books are available for review at the Journal of Language and Social Psychology. If you are interested in reviewing one of them, please contact Jake Harwood (JLSP book review editor: firstname.lastname@example.org) indicating which book(s), providing additional information on your interest and qualifications for reviewing, and giving a mailing address. Reviews range in length but have an absolute maximum of six double-spaced pages. I can supply a copy of the book. Please don’t request a book unless you can make a firm commitment to actually write the review within three months. Thanks!
Duped: Truth-Default Theory and the Social Science of Lying and Deception (Levine)
Contemporary language motivation theory: 60 Years Since Gardner and Lambert (Al-Hoorie and MacIntyre (Eds.))
How language makes meaning: Embodiment and Conjoined Antonymy (Colston)
Multilingual construction of identity: German-Turkish Adolescents at School (Erduyan)
Language conflicts in contemporary Estonia, Latvia, and Ukraine: A Comparative Exploration of Discourses in Post-Soviet Russian-Language Digital Media (Maksimovtsova)
Engaging and transforming global communication through cultural discourse analysis: A Tribute to Donal Carbaugh (Scollo and Milburn (Eds.))