Alastair Pennycook
University of Technology, Sydney
Gender studiesEpistemologyLanguage educationSemioticsArtSociologyPsychologyIdeologySociology of languageApplied linguisticsPolitical sciencePedagogyMultilingualismSociolinguisticsMedia studiesSocial scienceLinguisticsLanguage policyPoliticsPopular culture
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Contents: Preface. Introducing Critical Applied Linguistics. The Politics of Knowledge. The Politics of Language. The Politics of Text. The Politics of Pedagogy. The Politics of Difference. Applied Linguistics With an Attitude.
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Abstract This tribute to the work of Jan Blommaert discusses his complex relation with the field of linguistic landscape studies. Blommaert was interested in the insights an understanding of the linguistic landscape could bring to better appreciate the ways people lived their diverse lives. This appreciation of the importance of his work focuses on his insistence on ethnographic work in order to understand complexity.
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ABSTRACTDrawing on data from a longitudinal linguistic ethnographic study of a trilingual (English, Japanese, Spanish) family in Australia, this paper suggests that rather than looking at their lan...
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#1Alastair Pennycook (UTS: University of Technology, Sydney)H-Index: 54
Abstract This paper looks at bikescapes – and particularly dockless share bikes – with a focus on their rapid proliferation and subsequent partial demise in Sydney. Four principal themes emerged from this study: first, bikes are an important part of the cityscape, and studies of urban semiotics need to take greater account of modes of transport. Second, the rise of docked and dockless share bikes has changed the ways the city is felt and perceived: as bikes circulate within the city, these shift...
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