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|Name:||John T. Clark|
|Institution:||California State University, Sacramento|
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|Selected Publications:||How abstract inquiry loses its color. Patrolling class and ethnic borders through linguistic stylization. In: Harris, Roxy and Ben Rampton (eds.) Language, Race and Ethnicity Rouledge.
How white hegemonic English reproduces racial and gender hierarchies. In: Katoaka, Ritsuko, Cassandra Moore and Katherine Zilkha (eds.) Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Symposium About Language and Society. Austin, TX: University of Texas Department of Linguistics, Volume 44, Number 1. Texas Linguistic Forum.
Reproducing social structure one turn at a time. In: Klein, Wendy and Annice Barber, (eds.) Crossroads of Language, Interaction and Culture (1). Los Angeles, CA: The Center for Language, Interaction, and Culture.
'Can anyone say what is reasonable?': Promoting, accommodating to, and resisting elite rhetorical inquiry in a high school classroom. Ph.D. Dissertation, Linguistics Department, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Georgetown University. Committee: Jeffrey Connor-Linton (chair), Peter Patrick, Frederick Erickson.
|Courses Taught:||Second Language Learning and teaching
Issues in Applied Linguistics
Traditional Grammar and Standard Usage
Linguistics and the English LanguagePedagogical Grammar for TESOL
Sociolinguistics and TESOL
|Dissertation Abstract:||"Can Anyone Say What is Reasonable?": Promoting, accommodating to, and resisting elite rhetorical inquiry in a high-school classroom|
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