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|Institution:||University of Alberta|
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|Selected Publications:||Borderline Cases: Migrant Style and Migrant Identities.
Language Learners' Use of Discourse Markers as Evidence for a Mixed Code.
West Germans Moving East: Place, Political Space, and Positioning in Conversational Narratives.
Learner Code-Switching in the Content-Based Foreign Language Classroom.
Conversational Repair as a Role-Defining Mechanism in Classroom Interaction.
A Perceptual Dialectology of Anglophone Canada from the Perspective of Young Albertans and Ontarians.
Competing Language Ideologies in Post-Unification Germany: When East Meets West.
The Sociolinguistic Distribution of and Attitudes Toward Focuser 'Like' and Quotative 'Like'.
The Perception of Post-Unification German Regional Speech.
Soziolinguistik or Sociolinguistics: Can the Great Divide Be Bridged?
Canadian Raising in a Midwestern U.S. City.
''That Terrible Saxon Dialect'': Standard Language Ideology in Post-Unification Germany.
|Announced on LINGUIST :||
First Language Use in Second and Foreign Language Learning
Language, Space and Identity in Migration
|Courses Taught:||Theoretical aspects of bilingualism, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, and language acquisition, research methods in sociolinguistics and discourse analysis, German phonetics, discourse analysis, sociolinguistics and second language acquisition, Introductory and intermediate German.|
|Dissertation Director * of:||The Oral Comprehension of Clitics by L2 Learners of French
(Valerie Wust, Author)
|Academic Paper Abstract:||
Germans from Different Places: Constructing a German Space in Urban Canada
|* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.|
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