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"It must be said that [The Oxford Handbook of Applied Linguistics] is an impressive publishing achievement. The task of analyzing the field, deckling on disciplines to be covered, finding willing contributors of sufficient status from all over the world, and then combining the articles from these contributors into an edited whole must have been a massive one, and it has been largely successful. Oxford University Press, Robert Kaplan, and the editorial board are to be congratulated on their initiative and the result it has produced."---Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language (Vol.6 No. 3. December 2002)" "This is an impressive and ambitious enterprise....Although this book can be used for reference, its real strength lies in its scope and reflective quality. This book has many roles: as a map of the territory, to inform on where things are and their intellectual topography: a guide: 39 individual mines: but above all as an extended, reflective, collective synthesis-essay on what we are and what we do. Professionals will be able to determine what are the current directions in other parts of AL. Students, teachers, and researchers in AL and beyond will be able to use it for survey courses, and as a springboard to deeper investigation of specific areas and topics."---AILA News" "[A] monumental editorial enterprise....It is to be commended and used widely and wisely."---ESL Magazine" This second edition of the Oxford Handbook of Applied Linguistics includes five new chapters, and the remaining chapters have been thoroughly revised and updated to give a clear picture of the current state of applied linguistics.

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"....It must be said that it is an impressive publishing achievement. The task of analyzing the field, deciding on disciplines to be covered, finding willing contributors of sufficient status from all over the world and then combining the articles from these contributors into an edited whole must have been a massive one, and it has been largely successful. Oxford University Press, Robert Kaplan and the editorial board are to be congratulated on their initiative and the result it has produced."--Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language (Vol.6 No. 3, December 2002)

"This is an impressive and ambitious enterprise....Although this book can be used for reference, it real strength lies in its scope and reflective quality. This book has many roles: as a map of the territory, to inform on where things are and their intellectual topography; a guide; 39 individual mines; but above all as an extended, reflective, collective synthesis-essay on what we are and what we do. Professionals will be able to determine what are the current directions in other parts of AL. Students, teachers and researchers in AL and beyond will be able to use it for survey courses, and as a springboard to deeper investigation of specific areas and topics."--AILA News

"[A] monumental editorial enterprise.... it is to be commended and used widely and wisely."--ESL Magazine

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780195187915
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press
  • Publication date: 5/19/2005
  • Series: Oxford Handbooks Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 672
  • Product dimensions: 9.70 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 1.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert B. Kaplan is Emeritus Professor of Applied Linguistics at the University of Southern California.

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Table of Contents

Preface to the First Edition

Preface to the Second Edition

Contributors

Part I Introduction

1 Whence Applied Linguistics: The Twentieth Century Robert B. Kaplan Kaplan, Robert B. 3

2 Applied Linguistics: A Twenty-First-Century Discipline William Grabe Grabe, William 34

3 Research Approaches in Applied Linguistics Patricia A. Duff Duff, Patricia A. 45

Part II The Four Skills: Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing

4 Speaking Martin Bygate Bygate, Martin 63

5 Listening: Sources, Skills, and Strategies Tony Lynch Lynch, Tony 74

6 Reading in a Second Language William Grabe Grabe, William 88

7 Second Language Writing in English Ilona Leki Leki, Ilona 100

8 Integrating the Four Skills: Current and Historical Perspectives Eli Hinkel Hinkel, Eli 110

Part III Discourse Analysis

9 Discourse Analysis and Applied Linguistics Betty Samraj Samraj, Betty 127

Part IV The Study of Second Language Learning

10 Perspectives from Formal Linguistics on Second Language Acquisition Alan Juffs Juffs, Alan 143

11 Sociocultural Theory and the Pedagogical Imperative James P. Lantolf Lantolf, James P. 163

12 Language Learner Identities and Sociocultural Worlds Bonny Norton Norton, Bonny 178

13 Computational Models of Second Language Sentence Processing Michael Harrington Harrington, Michael 189

14 Second Language Acquisition: A Social Psychological Perspective Robert C. Gardner Gardner, Robert C. 204

15 Interactionist Perspectives on Second Language Acquisition Susan Gass Gass, Susan 217

16 Pragmatics and Second Language Acquisition Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig Bardovi-Harlig, Kathleen 232

17 Applied Linguistics and the Neurobiology of Language John H. Schumann Schumann, John H. 244

Part V The Study of Second Language Teaching

18 Curriculum Development in Foreign Language Education: The Interface between Political and Professional Decisions Marianne Nikolov Nikolov, Marianne 263

19 Content-Based Second Language Instruction Marjorie Bingham Wesche Wesche, Marjorie Bingham 275

20 Bilingual Education Colin Baker Baker, Colin 294

Part VI Variation in Language Use and Language Performance

21 Language Transfer and Cross Linguistic Studies: Relativism, Universalism, and the Native Language Terence Odlin Odlin, Terence 307

22 Language Uses in Professional Contexts Mary McGroarty McGroarty, Mary 318

Part VII Bilingualism and the Individual Learner

23 Cognitive Processing in Bilinguals: From Static to Dynamic Models Kees de Bot de Bot, Kees 335

24 The Bilingual Lexicon Ton Dijkstra Dijkstra, Ton 349

Part VIII Multilingualism in Society

25 Language Contact Peter Hans Nelde Nelde, Peter Hans 373

26 Pidgins and Creoles Jeff Siegel Siegel, Jeff 382

27 Language Spread and Its Study in the Twenty-First Century Ofelia Garcia Garcia, Ofelia 398

28 Language Shift and Language Revitalization Nancy H. Hornberger Hornberger, Nancy H. 412

29 Ecology of Languages Peter Mihlhausler Mihlhausler, Peter 421

Part IX Language Policy And Planning

30 Methodologies for Policy and Planning Richard B. Baldauf, Jr. Baldauf, Richard B., Jr. 437

31 Unplanned Language Planning William G. Eggington Eggington, William G. 452

32 Perspectives on Language Policy and Planning James W. Tollefson Tollefson, James W. 463

Part X Translation and Interpretation

33 Translation Sara Laviosa Laviosa, Sara 475

34 Interpreting Nancy L. Schweda Nicholson Nicholson, Nancy L. Schweda 490

Part XI Language Assessment and Program Evaluation

35 Technology in Standardized Language Assessments Micheline Chalhoub-Deville Chalhoub-Deville, Micheline 511

Part XII Technological Applications in Applied Linguistics

36 Progress and New Directions in Technology for Automated Essay Evaluation Martin Chodorow Chodorow, Martin 529

37 Computer-Assisted Language Learning Carol A. Chapelle Chapelle, Carol A. 539

38 Research in Corpus Linguistics Eric Friginal Friginal, Eric 548

Part XIII Conclusion

39 Where to from Here? Robert B. Kaplan Kaplan, Robert B. 571

References 577

Name Index 725

Subject Index 747

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