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Name: Josep  Soler-Carbonell
Institution: Stockholm University
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: https://su-se.academia.edu/JosepSolerCarbonell
State and/or Country: Sweden   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Sociolinguistics
Anthropological Linguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: Articles in peer-reviewed journals:

(2014) ''Emerging ELF as an intercultural resource: language attitudes and ideologies.'' Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 3, 2. 243-268.
(2014) “University language policies and language choice among Ph.D. graduates in Estonia: the (unbalanced) interplay between English and Estonian.” Multilingua, Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication, 33, 3-4. 413-436.

(2013) “”És com saber informàtica”. Les ideologies lingüístiques legitimadores del català i l’estonià en l’era de la globalització”. [‘It’s like knowing computer science’. Legitimating language ideologies of Catalan and Estonian in the globalization era] Treballs de Sociolingüística Catalana, 23. 427-444.

(2013). The anonymity of Catalan and the authenticity of Estonian. Two paths for the development of medium-sized languages. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 16(2).153-163. DOI: 10.1080/13670050.2012.720665

(2012) ''Llengües mitjanes'' i ''llengües internacionals'' a Catalunya i Estònia en l'era glocal. Una anàlisi comparada de les ideologies lingüístiques dels seus parlants. ['Medium-sized' and 'international' languages in Catalonia and Estonia in the glocal era. A comparative analysis of their speakers' language ideologies]. Revista de Llengua i Dret, 57. 207-248.

(2011). Speakers’ evaluations of the Estonian and the Russian languages in Tallinn. Between linguistic stability and interethnic tension. ESUKA - Eesti ja soome-uugri keeleteaduse ajakiri / JEFUL - Journal of Estonian and Finno-Ugric Linguistics 2, 1. 315-333.


Book chapters in peer-reviewed collections

(2015, to appear) “Language policy in Estonian higher education: internationalisation and the tension over English.” In Slobodanka Dimova, Anna Kristina Hultgren & Christian Jensen (eds.), The English Language in Teaching in European Higher Education. Mouton de Gruyter, Language and Social Processes.

(2015, to appear) “English as an Academic Lingua Franca in Estonia: students’ attitudes and ideologies.” In Neil Bermel, Gibson Ferguson & Andrew Linn (eds.), Attitudes towards English in Europe. Mouton de Gruyter, Language and Social Processes. With Hakan Karaoglu.

(to appear) La valoración del español entre estudiantes hispanohablantes universitarios del sur de California: Globalización e ideologías lingüísticas sobre el multilingüismo. [The value of Spanish language among Spanish-speaking university students in Southern California: Globalization and language ideologies of multilingualism]. In Roland Terborg & Amado Alarcón (eds.), Lengua española, contacto lingüístico y globalización. Mexico D.F.: Centro de Enseñanza de Lenguas Extranjeras, UNAM.
Reviewer of: English in Nordic Universities (LL Issue 26.4373)
English as an Academic Lingua Franca (LL Issue 24.3240)
English and Development (LL Issue 25.2301)
Mapping the Dubbing Scene (LL Issue 23.5030)



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