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Name: Kerry  J  Mullan
Institution: RMIT University
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://www.rmit.edu.au/staff/mullan_kerry
State and/or Country: VIC
Australia   
Linguistic Field(s): Pragmatics
Specialty: French vs Australian English interactional styles
Subject Language(s): English
French
Selected Publications: Books

Béal, C., Mullan, K. and Peeters, B. (eds.). (forthcoming). Cross-culturally Speaking, Speaking Cross-culturally. Cambridge Scholars Press.

Mullan, K. 2010. Expressing opinions in French and Australian English discourse: A semantic and interactional analysis. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Book chapters

Béal, C and Mullan, K. (forthcoming). Issues in conversational humour from a cross-cultural perspective: comparing French and Australian corpora. In Béal, C., Mullan, K. and Peeters, B. (eds.). Cross-culturally Speaking, Speaking Cross-culturally. Cambridge Scholars Press.

Mullan, K. (forthcoming). Saying what you think: an analysis of French and Australian English non-native speaker expression of subjectivity. In Baumgarten, N., Du Bois, I. and Kranich, S. (eds). Subjectivity in Discourse – Unity in Diversity? Emerald Press.

Mullan, K. and Karlsson, S. (forthcoming). Subjectivity in Contrast: a cross-linguistic comparison of “I think” in Australian English, French and Swedish. In Baumgarten, N., Du Bois, I. and Kranich, S. (eds). Subjectivity in Discourse – Unity in Diversity? Emerald Press.

Mullan, K. 2012. “I couldn’t agree more, but …”: agreeing to disagree in French and Australian English. In Auger, N., Béal, C. and Demougin, F. (eds). Interaction etinterculturalité: varieté des corpus et des approches, pp. 319-346. France: Peter Lang.
Journal articles

de St-Léger, D and Mullan, K. (in review). 'A good all-round French workout' or 'a massive stress'?: perceptions of group work among tertiary learners of French. Higher Education Research and Development (HERD).

Mullan, K. 2012. Parlez-vous français? French academic mentoring program: a case study among language students. Local-Global Journal Special Edition: Multilingual Knowledge and Language Education in Australia: Deepening intellectual and linguistic engagement in the Asian Century 9, 146-169.

Mullan, K. 2011. Une entente glaciale?: French and Australian English Interaction. Explorations: a journal of French-Australian connections 50, 16-36.

Mullan, K. 2002: Engaging with the French: an analysis of French interactional style. Melbourne Papers in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics 2/2, 23-38.

Mullan, K. 2002: How the French get engaged: an analysis of French interactional style. In Cynthia Allen (ed.) 2002 Proceedings of the 2001 Conference of the Australian Linguistic Society
Announced on LINGUIST :  Expressing Opinions in French and Australian English Discourse
Courses Taught: Spoken French (French Linguistics)
Research Topics and Methodology
French as a Foreign Language - various levels
Reviewer of: Thinking about Language Teaching (LL Issue 24.2768)
Les interactions quotidiennes en français et en anglais (LL Issue 22.2914)



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