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Name: Julie  Bruch (IPA: /bru/)
Institution: Colorado Mesa University
Email: click here to access email
State and/or Country: CO
USA   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
General Linguistics
Pragmatics
Sociolinguistics
Anthropological Linguistics
Language Acquisition
Specialty: Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Japanese
Spanish
Selected Publications: Review of Language as a Complex Adaptive System, Nick C. Ellis and Diane Larsen-Freeman (eds.), Linguist List Book Reviews, (2010)

Review of Style Shifting in Japanese, Kimberly Jones and Tsuyoshi Ono (eds.), Linguist List Book Reviews, (July 2009)


Review of Japanese Language in Use: An Introduction by Toshiko Yamaguchi, Linguist List Book Reviews, (June, 2008)


Eigo no shourai. Tsuushin cororado rokki no yama suso no machi kara. (9/27/07,10/4/07, 10/11/07, 10/25/07, 11/1/07) Series of articles on the future of the English language in the world published at norari.net.

Review of Emotions and Multilingualism by Aneta Pavlenko, Linguist List Book Reviews,(August, 2006) .

Review of Cross-Linguistic Influences in the Second Language Lexicon , edited by Janusz Arabski, Linguist List Book Reviews, (July 2006)
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Review of Language Acquisition, The Growth of Grammar by Maria Teresa Guasti,Linguist List Book Reviews, (June, 2004)
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Review of Sociolinguistics by Peter Stockwell, Linguist List Book Reviews, (June 16, 2003) .

A Manual for Coding and Analyzing Child Language Acquisition in Spanish. Department of Communication Disorders and Speech Sciences Publication, University of Colorado. 63 pp. (1997).

Teaching Pronunciation: Changing Articulatory Habits. (Paper presented to International English Center, University of Colorado. 5 pp. (1997).

Teaching English as a Second Language at the University: Problems and Answers from Puerto Rico. (Unpublished manuscript.) 11 pp. (1995).

A Pragmalinguistic Investigation of Inferential Structure in Japanese. University Microfilms, Inc. Ann Arbor, Michigan. (1991).

What Makes the Japanese Inscrutable? A Linguistic Perspective. Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics. l4, l:l-l9. (1989).

A Kinesic Approach to Understanding Communication and Context in Japanese. Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics. l3:l-l6. (1988).

The Affective Passives of Japanese. Unpublished Manuscript, University of Kansas. pp. 1-37. (1988).

Expressive Phonemes in Japanese. Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics. ll:l-7.(1986).
Courses Taught: Linguistic Diversity
Sociolinguistics
Language and Culture
Communication and Culture
Beginning Japanese I, II
Intermediate Japanese I
Beginning Spanish I
Theories of Second Language Acquisition
Phonetics of North American English
Structure of English
History of the English Language
Introduction to Linguistics
Intensive ESL
Reviewer of: Cross-Linguistic Influences in the Second Language Lexicon (Applied Linguistics) (LL Issue 17.2001)
Sociolinguistics: Stockwell (2002) (LL Issue 14.1692)
Japanese Language in Use (LL Issue 19.1907)
Language Acquisition: Guasti (2004) (LL Issue 15.1698)
Style Shifting in Japanese (LL Issue 20.2585)
A Dynamic Approach to Second Language Development (LL Issue 22.4013)
Fifty Key Thinkers on Language and Linguistics (LL Issue 23.415)
Emotions and Multilingualism (LL Issue 17.2321)
Language as a Complex Adaptive System (LL Issue 21.4928)



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