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Journal Title: Journal of Asian Pacific Communication
Volume/Issue:   22/2
Issue Title: Language Management Approach
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: 2012. vi, 163 pp.

Table of Contents

Articles

An Introduction: “Noting” in the Language Management Approach
Helen Marriott and Jiří Nekvapil 155–159

Some Thoughts on “Noting” in Language Management Theory and Beyond
Jiří Nekvapil 160–173

Noting as Revealed by “Checking” in Second Language Interactions: A Simple (Yet Organized) Management Strategy
Tamah Sherman 174–194

Language Management in Intercultural Business Networks: Investigating the Process of Noting
Helen Marriott 195 – 212

Simple Management in Contact Situations: What Factors Determine Whether a Deviation Will be Noted or Not?
Lisa Fairbrother and Yuko Masuda 213–232

Noting and Other Language Management Processes of a Learner of Japanese in his Bilingual Social Networks
Naomi Kurata 233–249

Noting and Evaluating Contact between Japanese and Australian Academic Cultures
Hiroyuki Nemoto 250–271

Learners’ Language Management in Internet-Based Communication with Japanese Peers
Sarah E. Pasfield-Neofitou 272–294

Theory and Practice in Language Management
J.V. Neustupny 295–301

Reviews

Viniti Vaish (Ed.). Globalization of language and culture in Asia: The Impact of Globalization Processes on Language
Reviewed by Christopher J. Dawe 303–306

Linda Tsung. Minority Languages, Education and Communities in China
Reviewed by Björn H. Jernudd 307–311

Conference Report

Second International Language Management Symposium
Vít Dovalil 313–317
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): Czech
English
Japanese
 
LL Issue: 23.4804