Language & Linguistics
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Delve into our latest research from Asian Englishes and Comparative Literature: East & West in our Language and Linguistics article collection below. Discover research from categories such as Translations and Rendition, Language Education, Multilingualism and Linguistic Hybridity and Comparative Studies.
Translations and Rendition
|The playfulness of ‘new’ Chinglish||Zhichang Xu & David Deterding|
|Medio-translatology: New Perspectives on Comparative Literature and Translation Studies||Tianzhen Xie|
|Tibetan Narrative in Howard Goldblatt’s Translation: From The Dust Settles to Red Poppies||Li Huang|
|English language teachers’ perceptions of world Englishes: the elephants in the room||Marzieh Sadeghpour & Farzad Sharifian|
|English(es) in Malaysia||Stefanie Pillai & Lok Tik Ong|
|Teacher professional development to implement Global Englishes language teaching||Denchai Prabjandee|
|The choice of English pronunciation goals: different views, experiences and concerns of students, teachers and professionals||Jim Yee Him Chan|
|Students’ perceptions of English-medium instruction in a Hong Kong university||Anna Po-yung Tsui & Hang-yue Ngo|
Multilingualism and Linguistic Hybridity
|Hybrid English words in Korean and Japanese: a strange brew or an asset for global English?||Jieun Kiaer & Anna Bordilovskaya|
|Attitudes toward English borrowings in South Korea: a comparative study of university professors and primary/secondary teachers of English||Seongyong Lee|
|Creative hybridity over linguistic purity: the status of English in the United Arab Emirates||Sarah Hopkyns, Wafa Zoghbor & Peter John Hassall|
Asian Englishes aims to promote better understanding of the nature of English and the role which it plays in the linguistic repertoire of those who live and work in Asia, both intra- and internationally, and in spoken and written form. It also publishes papers with various issues involved in the diffusion of English and its diversification in Asia and the Pacific.
Comparative Literature: East & West
The journal aims to address all aspects and phases of Comparative Literature. It seeks to serve as a platform to promote scholarship of Comparative Literature in the East and West and encourage the exchange of ideas and information. The full scope of the journal includes Comparative Literature, world literature, literary criticism, translation studies, media studies, cultural studies, comparative poetics and so on with literature and comparison at the core of discussion and debate.