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Name: Bessie  Dendrinos
Institution: National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
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State and/or Country: Greece   
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Subject Language(s): English
Greek, Modern
Selected Publications: Foreign language textbook discourse and the pedagogization of the learner. In J. E. Alatis et al. (eds.) Linguistics and the Education of Language Teachers: Ethnolinguistic, Psycholinguistic and Sociolinguistic Aspects. Georgetown Round Table on Languages and Linguistics. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University Press (1995), pp. 55-71.

Xenoglossi ekpedeftiki politiki: Anaparagogi tis ideologias tou glossismou. [Foreign language policy: Reproducing the ideology of linguicism]. Ischires ke asthenis glosses stin Europaiki Enosi: Opsis igemonismou. Praktika Imeridas [Proceedings of the Symposium on 'Strong' and 'Weak' Languages: Aspects of Hegemony in Europe]. Thessaloniki: Centre for the Greek Language (1996) pp. 163-174.

Planning foreign language education: Planning hegemony. In Emilia Ribeiro-Pedro (ed.) Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Social Discourse Analysis. Lisboa: Ediçoes Colibri (1996), pp. 255-268.

Giving street directions: The silent role of women (with E. Ribeiro-Pedro). In A. Jaworski (ed.) Silence: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. The Hague: Mouton (1997), pp. 215-38.

Prática ideológica em textos pedagógicos no ensino do Inglês como língua estrangeira. In E. Ribeiro-Pedro (ed.) Análise Crítica do Discurso. Lisboa: Caminho (1997), pp. 225-260.

Una aproximacion politica a la planificacion de la ensenanza de lenguas extranjeras en la Union Europea. In L. Martin-Rojo and R. Whittaker (eds.) Poder-decir o el poder de los discursos. Madrid: Arrefice Producciones, S.L. (1998), pp. 149-168.

The conflictual subjectivity of the EFL practitioner. In A.-F. Christidis (ed.). 'Strong’ and 'Weak’ Languages in the European Union: Aspects of Hegemony. Vol. 2. Thessaloniki: Centre for the Greek Language (1999), pp. 711-727. (Also available in Greek, same volume.)

Foreign language education for multilingual and intercultural communication. Conference Report: Strategies for the Promotion of Linguistic Diversity in Europe. In electronic form (2000), accessed through http://www.promotietalen.nl/Engels/bp1.

Plurilingualism and heteroglossia in Europe. The challenge for alternative modes of language education. In Christidis, A.-F. (ed.) Langue, Langues en Europe. Athens: The Ministry of National Education and the Centre for the Greek Language (2001), pp. 71-78. (Also available in Greek, same volume.)

European discourses of homogenisation within the discourse of language planning. In E. Kitis (ed.) The Other Within, Vol. II. Thessaloniki: Athanassios A. Altitzis (2001), pp.23-35.

Linguoracism in European foreign language education discourse. In M. Riesigl and R. Wodak (Eds.) The Semiotics of Racism: Approaches in Critical Discourse Analysis. Vienna: Passagen Verlag (2001), pp. 177-198.

Re-designing public document texts: Re-constructing social relations (co-authored with S. Marmaridou), Folia Linguistica. Folia Linguistica XXXV/1-2 (2001), pp. 183-196.

The marketisation of (counter)discourses of English as a global(ising) Language. In M. Kalantzis, G. Varnava-Skoura and B. Cope (eds.) Learning for the Future: New Worlds, New Literacies, New Learning, New People. theUniversityPress.com (Australia): Common Ground Publishing (2002). (Also available in Greek: Varnava-Skoura, G., Research Views, Educational Perspectives. 2003.)
Dissertation Director * of: Task Dependent Interlinguistic Mediation Performance as Translanguaging Practice: The use to KPG data for an empirically based study
(Maria Stathopoulou, Author)

* This information has been submitted by the dissertation author.



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