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Subverting transphobia and challenging ignorance: The interactive construction of resistant identity in a community of practice of transgender youth (2020)
Journal Article
Jones, L. (2020). Subverting transphobia and challenging ignorance: The interactive construction of resistant identity in a community of practice of transgender youth. Journal of Language and Discrimination, 4(2), 149–171. https://doi.org/10.1558/jld.18488

In this paper, I present two moments of interaction emerging from a focus group between young people who are members of a community of practice: a support group for transgender youth and their parents. Using discourse analysis, I demonstrate how the... Read More about Subverting transphobia and challenging ignorance: The interactive construction of resistant identity in a community of practice of transgender youth.

Identifying migrants in medieval England: the possibilities and limitations of place-name evidence (2020)
Book Chapter
Carroll, J. (2020). Identifying migrants in medieval England: the possibilities and limitations of place-name evidence. In J. Story, W. Ormrod, & E. Tyler (Eds.), Migrants in Medieval England, c. 500-1500. Oxford University Press

Many English place-names came into existence in the early medieval period as descriptive, meaningful phrases (‘the river estate’, ‘the clear stream’, ‘Edward’s farm’, and so on).They evolved in the conversation of ordinary people as they referred to... Read More about Identifying migrants in medieval England: the possibilities and limitations of place-name evidence.

Young learners' processing of multimodal input and its impact on reading comprehension: An eye-tracking study (2020)
Journal Article
PELLICER-SANCHEZ, A., TRAGANT, E., CONKLIN, K., RODGERS, M., SERRANO, R., & LLANES, A. (2020). Young learners' processing of multimodal input and its impact on reading comprehension: An eye-tracking study. Studies in Second Language Acquisition, 42(3), 577 - 598. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0272263120000091

Theories of multimedia learning suggest that learners can form better referential connections when verbal and visual materials are presented simultaneously. Furthermore, the addition of auditory input in reading-while-listening conditions benefits pe... Read More about Young learners' processing of multimodal input and its impact on reading comprehension: An eye-tracking study.

“Everyone happy with what their role is?”: A pragmalinguistic evaluation of leadership practices in emergency medicine training (2020)
Journal Article
Chałupnik, M., & Atkins, S. (2020). “Everyone happy with what their role is?”: A pragmalinguistic evaluation of leadership practices in emergency medicine training. Journal of Pragmatics, 160, 80-96. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pragma.2020.02.014

This article reports a study of simulated interactions between emergency medical teams, as they are used in education for specialist trainee doctors. We focus on a key area of communicative competence that trainees are assessed on: the performance of... Read More about “Everyone happy with what their role is?”: A pragmalinguistic evaluation of leadership practices in emergency medicine training.

The entire 'Man of Letters'?: Robert Southey, correspondence and Romantic incompleteness (2020)
Book Chapter
Pratt, L. (2020). The entire 'Man of Letters'?: Robert Southey, correspondence and Romantic incompleteness. In M. Callaghan, & A. Howe (Eds.), Romanticism and the Letter (99-115). Switzerland: Springer Nature. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-29310-9

‘[I]ncompleteness, fragmentation, and ruin’ have been described as central to ‘both the theory and the actuality of Romanticism’...