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Beesley, Tobias (2018) Social development within learning communities: A linguistic study of the lower primary years. Masters thesis, York St John University.


Cummings, Louise and Clarke, Leesa (2016) Reshaping the linguistics curriculum for prospective SLT students. Bulletin: Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (776). pp. 12-14.

Cunningham, Clare (2019) "The Inappropriateness of Language": discourses of power and control over languages beyond English in primary schools. Language and Education.

Cunningham, Clare (2014) 'Keep talking': using music during small group discussions in EAP. ELT Journal, 68 (2). pp. 179-191.


Danjo, Chisato (2015) A Critical Ethnographic Inquiry into the Negotiation of Language Practices among Japanese Multilingual Families in the UK: Discourse, Language Use and Perceptions in the Hoshuko and the Family Home. Doctoral thesis, Northumbria University.

Danjo, Chisato (2018) Making sense of family language policy: Japanese-English bilingual children's creative and strategic translingual practices. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism. pp. 1-13.

Danjo, Chisato (2017) Reflecting on My Positionality as a Multilingual Researcher. In: Conteh, Jean, (ed.) Researching Education for Social Justice in Multilingual Settings. Bloomsbury, pp. 105-120


Ecke, Peter and Hall, Christopher J (2014) The Parasitic Model of L2 and L3 vocabulary acquisition: evidence from naturalistic and experimental studies. Fórum Linguístico, 11 (3). pp. 360-372.

Ecke, Peter and Hall, Christopher J (2013) Tracking tip-of-the-tongue states in a multilingual speaker: evidence of attrition or instability in lexical systems? International Journal of Bilingualism, 17 (6). pp. 734-751.


Ferrari, Liviana and Zhurauskaya, Dasha (2015) Using e-Porfolios for foreign language learning and assessment at beginner and post-beginner level. In: Hernández, R. and Rankin, P., (eds.) Higher education and second language learning. Peter Lang, pp. 65-82

Flint, Natalie, Haugh, Michael and Merrison, Andrew (2019) Modulating troubles affiliating in initial interactions: The role of remedial accounts. Pragmatics.


Geesin, Beverly and Mollan, Simon (2017) This Sporting Life: the antithetical novel's revelation of the organization and work of sport. Culture and Organization.

Goddard, A. (2004) "The way to write a phone call": multimodality in novices' use and perceptions of Interactive Written Discourse (IWD). In: LeVine, P. and Scollon, R., (eds.) Discourse and technology: multimodal discourse analysis. Georgetown University Press, pp. 34-46

Goddard, A. and Gillen, J. (2003) Medium management for beginners: the discursive practices of undergraduate and mature novice users of Internet relay chat, compared with those of young children using the telephone. In: Bondi, M. and Stati, S., (eds.) Dialogue Analysis 2000, Selected Papers from the 8th IADA Conference, Bologna, Italy. Niemayer Verlag, pp. 219-230


Hall, Christopher J (2013) Cognitive Contributions to Plurilithic Views of English and Other Languages. Applied Linguistics, 34 (2). pp. 211-231.

Hall, Christopher J (2017) Cognitive perspectives on English as a Lingua Franca. In: Jenkins, Jennifer, Dewey, Martin J. and Baker, Will, (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of English as a Lingua Franca. Routledge Handbooks in Applied Linguistics . Routledge, pp. 74-84

Hall, Christopher J (2005) An Introduction to Language and Linguistics. Breaking the Language Spell. London, Continuum

Hall, Christopher J (2001) Lenguaje, mente y cultura: reflexiones sobre las fronteras lingüísticas y la enseñanza de idiomas en el umbral del siglo XXI. (Language, mind and culture: reflections on linguistic frontiers and language teaching at the threshold of the twenty-first century.). Estudios de Lingüística Aplicada, 19 (33). pp. 13-30.

Hall, Christopher J (1992) Morphology and Mind. A Unified Approach to Explanation in Morphology. London, Routledge

Hall, Christopher J (2014) Moving beyond accuracy: from tests of English to tests of 'Englishing'. ELT Journal, 68 (4). pp. 376-385.

Hall, Christopher J (2000) Prefixation, suffixation and circumfixation. In: Booij, Geert, Lehmann, Christian, Mugdan, Joachim, Kesselheim, Wolfgang and Skopeteas, Stavros, (eds.) Morphology. An international handbook on inflection and word formation. Handbooks of Linguistics and Communication Science (17.1). Berlin, De Gruyter, pp. 535-545

Hall, Christopher J (2002) The automatic cognate form assumption: evidence for the parasitic model of vocabulary development. IRAL - International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching, 40 (2). pp. 69-87.

Hall, Christopher J (2018) The psycholinguistics of English. In: Hewings, A., Seargeant, P. and Pihlaja, A., (eds.) Routledge handbook of English Language Studies. Routledge

Hall, Christopher J and Duran, A. R. (2009) Cross-linguistic influence in L2 verb frames: the effects of word familiarity and language proficiency. In: Benati, A. G., (ed.) Issues in second language proficiency. London Continuum, pp. 24-44

Hall, Christopher J and Ecke, Peter (2003) Parasitism as a default mechanism in vocabulary acquisition. In: Cenoz, J., Hufeisen, B. and Jessner, U., (eds.) The Multilingual Lexicon. Kluwer, pp. 71-85

Hall, Christopher J, Joyce, Jack and Robson, Chris (2016) Investigating the lexico-grammatical resources of a non-native user of English: The case of can and could in email requests. Applied Linguistics Review, 8 (1). pp. 35-59.

Hall, Christopher J, Newbrand, Denise, Ecke, Peter, Sperr, Ulrike, Marchand, Vanessa and Hayes, Lisa (2009) Learners' Implicit Assumptions About Syntactic Frames in New L3 Words: The Role of Cognates, Typological Proximity, and L2 Status. Language Learning, 59 (1). pp. 153-202.

Hall, Christopher J, Schmidtke, Daniel and Vickers, Jamie (2013) Countability in world Englishes. World Englishes, 32 (1). pp. 1-22.

Hall, Christopher J and Sills, R. (2005) Cambios léxicos en el véneto de Chipilo, Puebla: Una perspectiva psicolingüística. (Lexical change in the Veneto spoken in Chipilo, Puebla: A psycholinguistic perspective.). Lingüística Mexicana, II (2). pp. 277-293.

Hall, Christopher J, Smith, Patrick and Wicaksono, Rachel (2017) Mapping applied linguistics : a guide for students and practitioners. 2nd ed. Routledge

Hall, Christopher J, Wicaksono, Rachel, Liu, Shu, Qian, Yuan and Xiaoqing, Xu (2013) English reconceived: Raising teachers’ awareness of English as a ‘plurilithic’ resource through an online course. Technical Report. British Council, London.

Hall, Christopher J, Wicaksono, Rachel, Liu, Shu, Qian, Yuan and Xu, Xiaoqing (2015) Exploring teachers' ontologies of English: Monolithic conceptions of grammar in a group of Chinese teachers. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 27 (1). pp. 87-109.

Hall, Christopher J, Wicaksono, Rachel and Smith, Patrick H. (2011) Chapter 1 Introduction. In: Mapping Applied Linguistics: A Guide for Students and Practitioners. 1st ed. Routledge

Hambling-Jones, Oliver and Merrison, Andrew (2012) Inequity in the pursuit of intimacy: an analysis of British pick-up artist interactions. Journal of pragmatics, 44 (9). pp. 1115-1127.

Hayes, Alison (2017) Be your own language coach - self-mentoring to increase student motivation and achievement. In: Developing Speaking Skills, 15 September 2017, University of Leeds. (Unpublished)

Hayes, Alison (2016) Careers Using Languages: how to set up a conference for schools. In: Corradini, Erika, Borthwick, Kate and Gallagher-Brett, Angela, (eds.) Employability for languages: a handbook. 1st ed. Dublin, Ireland, Research-publishing.net, pp. 51-55

Hayes, Alison (2015) Students’ reflective logs. In: Thomas, Liz, (ed.) Compendium of effective practice in directed independent learning. Higher Education Academy, pp. 105-106

Hayes, Alison (2015) Supporting a student with visual impairment. Vida Hispánica.

Hayes, Alison, Dodd, Frances and Crabbe, Sarah (2016) Beautiful Attention. In: Talking About Teaching, 22/1/16, York St John University. (Unpublished)

Hedger, Rosie and Wicaksono, Rachel (2015) Learning, Teaching and Assessment in Multilingual Classrooms. In: Angouri, Jo, Harrison, Tilly, Schnurr, Stephanie and Wharton, Sue, (eds.) Learning, working and communicating in a global context : proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics. Scitsiugnil Press, pp. 53-65

Humphreys, Gina, Mirkovic, Jelena and Gennari, Silvia (2016) Similarity-based competition in relative clause production and comprehension. Journal of Memory and Language, 89. pp. 200-221.


Kolaiti, Christina, Kapantais, Elias and Kolaiti, Patricia (2016) Synomilies [Translation, Conversations]. [Show/Exhibition]

Kusters, Annelies, De Meulder, Maartje and O'Brien, Dai (2017) Innovations in deaf studies: critically mapping the field. In: Kusters, Annalies, De Meulder, Maartje and O'Brien, Dai, (eds.) Innovations in deaf studies: the role of deaf scholars. Perspectives on deafness . Oxford University Press, pp. 1-56


Meddegama, I.V. (2009) Fantasy and the credulous spectator. In: Kumarasinghe, K, (ed.) Wimal Dissanayake and the Communication World. Colombo, Sri Lanka, Godage Publishers

Meddegama, Indu (2017) A narrative on the use of interviews to shape an ethnographic research into family language practices. In: Researching Education for Social Justice in Multilingual Settings. Bloomsbury, pp. 121-136

Meddegama, Indu Vibha (2018) Bilingualism: how to get your child to speak your language – and why it matters. The Conversation.

Merrison, Andrew (2011) Doing aphasia – are you with me?: Analysing face-work around issues of (non-)competence. In: Discursive approaches to politeness. Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 221-244

Merrison, Andrew (2002) Politeness in task-oriented dialogue. Working Paper. Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield.

Merrison, Andrew, Bloomer, Aileen, Griffiths, Patrick and Hall, Christopher J (2014) Introducing Language in Use. 2nd ed. London, Routledge

Merrison, Andrew, Davies, B.L. and Goddard, A. (2007) Institutional apologies in UK higher education: getting back into the black before going into the red. Journal of politeness research language behaviour culture, 3 (1). pp. 39-63.

Merrison, Andrew and Merrison, Sally (2005) Repair in speech and language therapy interaction: Investigating pragmatic language impairment of children. Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 21 (2). pp. 191-211.

Merrison, Andrew, Wilson, Jack J., Davies, Bethan and Haugh, Michael (2012) Getting stuff done: comparing e-mail requests from students in higher education in Britain and Australia. Journal of pragmatics, 44 (9). pp. 1077-1098.

Mirkovic, Jelena, Forrest, Sarah and Gaskell, M. G. (2011) Semantic regularities in grammatical categories: Learning grammatical gender in an artificial language. In: 33rd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 20-23 July 2011, Boston, MA, USA.

Mirkovic, Jelena and Gaskell, M. Gareth (2016) Does Sleep Improve Your Grammar? Preferential Consolidation of Arbitrary Components of New Linguistic Knowledge. PLOS One.

Mirkovic, Jelena, Seidenberg, Mark S. and MacDonald, Maryellen C. (2008) Acquisition and Representation of Grammatical Categories: Grammatical Gender in a Connectionist Network. In: Proceedings of the 30th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, July 23-26, 2008, Washington, D.C.

Mitman, Tyson (2018) The Art of Defiance: Graffiti, Politics and the Reimagined City in Philadelphia. Intellect

Morrish, Liz and Sauntson, Helen (2013) ‘Business-facing motors for economic development’: anappraisalanalysis of visions and values in the marketised UK university. Critical Discourse Studies, 10 (1). pp. 61-80.

Morrish, Liz and Sauntson, Helen (2011) Discourse and Identity in a Corpus of Lesbian Erotica. Journal of Lesbian Studies, 15 (1). pp. 122-139.

Morrish, Liz and Sauntson, Helen (2010) Gender and sexuality: the discursive limits of 'equality' in higher education. Learning and Teaching, 3 (2). pp. 1-18.

Morrish, Liz and Sauntson, Helen (2011) Gender, desire and identity in a corpus of lesbian erotica. In: Scherer, Burkhard and Ball, Matthew, (eds.) Queering Paradigms II: Interrogating Agendas. Peter Lang, pp. 63-81

Morrish, Liz and Sauntson, Helen (2007) New Perspectives on Language and Sexual Identity. Palgrave

Morrish, Liz and Sauntson, Helen (2016) Performance management and the stifling of academic freedom and knowledge production. Journal of Historical Sociology, 29 (1). pp. 42-64.

Muradás-Taylor, Becky (2017) Japanese pitch accent in an English/Nupe/Hausa trilingual. In: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Monolingual and Bilingual Speech 2017. ISMBS, pp. 199-212

Muradás-Taylor, Becky (2018) Japanese pitch accent production in an English/Nupe/ Hausa trilingual: accuracy, stability and F0 realisation. In: Babatsouli, Elena, (ed.) Crosslinguistic research in monolingual and bilingual speech. Chania, Greece, Institute of Monolingual and Bilingual Speech, pp. 164-180

Murata, Mary (2016) The Professional Linguist: language skills for the real world. In: Corradini, Erika, Borthwick, Kate and Gallagher-Brett, Angela, (eds.) Employability for languages: a handbook. Dublin, Research-publishing.net, pp. 73-82

Murata, Mary (2014) Using e-portfolios for Japanese beginners. BATJ Journal (15). pp. 53-56.

Murata, Mary and Muradás-Taylor, Becky (2017) First steps towards Japanese Language Textbook Design: survey of textbooks and students’ needs. BATJ Journal (18). pp. 12-18.


Nag, Sonali, Snowling, Margaret and Mirkovic, Jelena (2017) The role of language production mechanisms in children's sentence repetition: Evidence from an inflectionally rich language. Applied Psycholinguistics, 39 (2). pp. 303-325.

Nelson, Gayle and Hall, Christopher J (1999) Complimenting in Mexican Spanish: Developing grammatical and pragmatic competence. Spanish Applied Linguistics, 3 (1). pp. 91-121.


O'Brien, Dai (2017) Auto-driven photo-elicitation interviews with young deaf people. In: Boucher, Michael, (ed.) Participant empowerment through photo-elicitation in ethnographic education research: New perspectives and approaches. Springer, pp. 47-70

O'Brien, Dai (2017) Deaf-led Deaf Studies: using Kaupapa Maori principles to guide the development of deaf research practices. In: Kusters, Annalies, De Meulder, Maartje and O'Brien, Dai, (eds.) Innovations in deaf studies: the role of deaf scholars. Perspectives on deafness . Oxford University Press, pp. 57-76

O'Brien, Dai (2015) Transition planning for d/Deaf young people from mainstream schools: professionals’ views on the implementation of policy. Disability & Society, 30 (2). pp. 227-240.

O'Brien, Dai and Emery, Steven D. (2014) The Role of the Intellectual in Minority Group Studies: Reflections on Deaf Studies in Social and Political Contexts. Qualitative Inquiry, 20 (1). pp. 27-36.

O'Brien, Dai and Kusters, Annelies (2017) Visual methods in deaf studies: using photography and filmmaking in research with deaf people. In: Kuster, Annalies, De Meulder, Maartje and O'Brien, Dai, (eds.) Innovations in deaf studies: the role of deaf scholars. Oxford University Press, pp. 265-296

O'Brien, Dai, Stead, Lisa and Nourse, N. (2017) Bristol Deaf Memories: archives, nostalgia and the loss of community space in the deaf community in Bristol. Social and Cultural Geography.

Organ, Alison (2016) Eurofest: a sustainable and collaborative initiative. In: Frameworks for collaboration and multilingualism, 6-7 July 2016, University of Warwick. (Unpublished)

Organ, Alison (2017) "Languages in the workplace”: embedding employability in the foreign language undergraduate curriculum. In: Álvarez-Mayo, Carmen, Gallagher-Brett, Angela and Michel, Franck, (eds.) Innovative language teaching and learning at university: enhancing employability. Dublin, Research-publishing.net, pp. 37-45

Organ, Alison (2015) Student perceptions of the value of audio and video feedback in facilitating language learning. In: ELSIN 2015, 1-3 July 2015, University of Exeter. (Unpublished)

Organ, Alison (2015) Student perceptions of the value of audio and video feedback in facilitating language learning. ELSIN XX. pp. 141-147.

Organ, Alison (2016) Work placements for languages students: a transformative experience. In: Corradini, Erika, Borthwick, Kate and Gallagher-Brett, Angela, (eds.) Employability for languages: a handbook. Dublin, Research-publishing.net, pp. 25-28


Panesar, Kulvinder (2015) The design framework of a linguistically centred and BDI enabled conversational software agent. In: Valin, Van and Nolan, Brian, (eds.) Role and Reference Grammar 2015. Heinrich Heine University, Dusseldorf, Germany, Heinrich Heine University, p. 1


Relph, Tiffany Louise (2016) Categorising Interaction between Teachers and Students in ESOL Classrooms. Masters thesis, York St John University.


Sauntson, Helen (2012) Approaches to gender and spoken classroom discourse. Palgrave Macmillan

Sauntson, Helen (2016) Authenticating Sexual Diversity in School: Examining Sociolinguistic Constructions of Young People’s Sexual Identities. Journal of Language, Identity and Education, 15 (1). pp. 17-31.

Sauntson, Helen (2018) Book review: Gender and Sexuality in English Language Education - Focus on Poland. Journal of Language and Sexuality, 7 (1). pp. 141-144.

Sauntson, Helen (2009) Classroom discourse. In: Cummings, Louise, (ed.) The Routledge Encyclopedia of Pragmatics. Routledge, pp. 63-65

Sauntson, Helen (2015) Coming out. In: Whelehan, Patricia and Bolin, Anne, (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality. Wiley-Blackwell

Sauntson, Helen (2015) Coming out stories. In: Whelehan, Patricia and Bolin, Anne, (eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality. Wiley-Blackwell

Sauntson, Helen (2007) Education, culture and the construction of sexual identity: An appraisal analysis of lesbian coming out narratives. In: Sauntson, Helen and Kyratzis, Sakis, (eds.) Language, Sexualities and Desires: Cross-Cultural Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 140-164

Sauntson, Helen (2007) Girls' and Boys' Use of Acknowledging Moves in Pupil Group Classroom Discussions. Language and Education, 21 (4). pp. 304-327.

Sauntson, Helen (2018) Language, Sexuality and Inclusive Pedagogy. International Journal of Applied Linguistics.

Sauntson, Helen (2018) Language, sexuality and education. Cambridge University Press

Sauntson, Helen (2005) Saying and not saying: Gender, sex(uality) and discourse analysis. In: Santaemilia, Jose, (ed.) The Language of Sex: Saying and Not Saying. University of Valencia Press, pp. 25-44

Sauntson, Helen (2013) Sexual diversity and illocutionary silencing in the English National Curriculum. Sex Education, 13 (4). pp. 395-408.

Sauntson, Helen (2015) Sexualities equality and diversity training in UK schools: An appraisal analysis of teachers’ reflections, attitudes and experiences. In: Jule, A., (ed.) Shifting visions: gender and discourses. Cambridge Scholars, pp. 168-190

Sauntson, Helen (2008) The contributions of queer theory to gender and language research. In: Harrington, Kate, Litosseliti, Lia, Sauntson, Helen and Sunderland, Jane, (eds.) Gender and Language Research Methodologies. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 271-282

Sauntson, Helen and Morrish, Liz (2012) How gay is football this year?: Identity and intersubjectivity in a women’s sports team. Journal of Language and Sexuality, 1 (2). pp. 151-178.

Sauntson, Helen and Morrish, Liz (2010) Performing lesbian sexual identity through discourse. In: Scherer, Burkhard, (ed.) Queering Paradigms. Peter Lang, pp. 27-47

Sauntson, Helen and Morrish, Liz (2010) Vision, values and international excellence: the 'products' that university mission statements sell to students. In: Molesworth, Mike, Scullion, Richard and Nixon, Elizabeth, (eds.) The Marketisation of Higher Education and the Student as Consumer. Routledge, pp. 73-85

Sauntson, Helen and Simpson, Kathryn (2011) Investigating sexuality discourses in the U.K. secondary English curriculum. Journal of Homosexuality, 58 (6-7). pp. 953-973.

Sauntson, Helen and Sundaram, Vanita (2015) Discursive silences: critically analysing the presence/absence of sexual diversity in the sex and relationships guidance for England and Wales. In: Global Perspectives and Key Debates in Sex and Relationships Education. Palgrave

Sharples, Robert (2017) Local practice, translocal people: conflicting identities in the multilingual classroom. Language and Education, 31 (2). pp. 169-183.

Sharples, Robert (2017) Making young people's voices audible in ethnographic research. In: Conteh, Jean, (ed.) Researching education for social justice in multilingual settings : ethnographic principles in qualitative research. London, Bloomsbury, pp. 137-152

Smith, Amanda and O'Brien, Dai (2017) Use of Videos in Teaching and Learning: Creating Language Video Resources for British Sign Language (BSL). In: Xiang, Catherine, (ed.) Cases on Audio-Visual Media in Language Education. IGI Global, pp. 1-21

Sundaram, Vanita and Sauntson, Helen (2015) Discursive silences: using critical linguistic and qualitative analysis to explore the continued absence of pleasure in sex and relationships education in England. Sex Education. pp. 1-15.

Sztencel, Magdalena (2012) Against referential semantics. In: Bourdier, V., Brehaux, K., Dunphy-Blomfield, J., Frath, P. and Hilgert, E., (eds.) Res-per-nomen III : La référence, la conscience et le sujet énonciateur. Reims, Editions et Presses Universitaires de Reims, pp. 485-498

Sztencel, Magdalena (2009) Boundaries Crossed: The Influence of English on Modern Polish. E-pistemy, 2 (1). pp. 3-17.

Sztencel, Magdalena (2014) Conditionality in individual minds: An argument for a wholly pragmatic approach to utterance interpretation. Lingua, 152. pp. 81-97.

Sztencel, Magdalena (2012) Do we need specifically linguistic semantics? Newcastle Working Papers in Linguistics, 18. pp. 73-92.

Sztencel, Magdalena (2018) Semantics, pragmatics and meaning revisited : the case of conditionals. Perspectives in pragmatics, philosophy & psychology . Springer

Sztencel, Magdalena and Clarke, Leesa (2018) Deontic commitments in conditional promises and threats: towards an exemplar semantics for conditionals. Language and Cognition. pp. 1-32.

Sztencel, Magdalena and Duffy, Sarah E. (2018) Reporting conditionals with modals. In: Capone, A., Garcia-Carpintero, M. and Falzone, A., (eds.) Indirect Reports and Pragmatics in the World Languages. Perspectives in Pragmatics, Philosophy & Psychology . Springer, pp. 201-226


Taylor, Becky (2011) Do English learners of Japanese produce isolated nouns with Standard Japanese lexical accent? Second Language, 10. pp. 15-31.

Taylor, Becky (2011) Variability and systematicity in individual learners’ Japanese lexical accent. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics, 47 (1). pp. 146-158.

Taylor, Becky (2012) 英語を母語とする日本語学習者による語末アクセントの生成 [The production of word-final accent by English learners of Japanese]. Issues in Language and Culture, 13. pp. 77-94.

Turner, Graham H. and Merrison, Andrew (2016) Doing ‘understanding’ in dialogue interpreting. Interpreting, 18 (2). pp. 137-171.


Walz, Linda (2016) Categorisation and the negotiation of similarity and difference : identity construction in expatriate blogs. In: Bellamy, Kate, Karvovskaya, Elena and Saad, George, (eds.) ConSOLE XXIV: Proceedings of the 24th Conference of the Student Organization of Linguistics in Europe (6-8 January 2016, York). Leiden, Leiden University Centre for Linguistics, pp. 45-62

Wardman, Clare (2013) Interactions between EAL pupils, specialist teachers and TAs during withdrawal from the mainstream in UK primary schools. Education 3-13, 41 (6). pp. 647-663.

Whisker-Taylor, Kate and Clark, Lynn (2019) Yorkshire Assimilation: Exploring the Production and Perception of a Geographically Restricted Variable. Journal of English Linguistics.

Whisker-Taylor, Kate, Merrison, Andrew and Swift, Nikki (2007) TH-Fronting in Hull: Investigating the Inland Revenue! York papers in linguistics, 8. pp. 235-247.

Wicaksono, Rachel (2014) Why don’t we all speak Xhosa? Lingo: the language magazine for younger readers.

Wicaksono, Rachel and Hedger, Rosie (2017) Managing the multilingual university. LIdIA Position Statement and Position Paper 02. Other. LIdIA, York St John University, York.

Wicaksono, Rachel and Zhurauskaya, Dasha (2015) A critical thematic analysis of York's hidden stories. In: Angouri, Jo, Harrison, Tilly, Schnurr, Stephanie and Wharton, Sue, (eds.) Learning, working and communicating in a global context : proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics. Scitsiugnil Press, pp. 229-242

Wijeratne, Thilini (2014) Two case Studies: Analysing the uptake of reinforced and incidental vocabulary amongst young immigrant learners introduced to the English mainstream primary school in the U.K. SAARC Journal of Educational Research, 11. pp. 28-54.

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