2023 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in Australia Leader Award
His primary areas of investigation include Applied linguistics, Context effect, Politics, Sociology of language and Sociolinguistics. His study in the field of Clinical linguistics, Media linguistics and Quantitative linguistics is also linked to topics like High modernism. His Politics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Travel writing, Colonialism, Personal experience and Singapore English.
As part of one scientific family, Alastair Pennycook deals mainly with the area of Colonialism, narrowing it down to issues related to the Modern language, and often Media studies. His study on Sociology of language also encompasses disciplines like
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Applied linguistics, Politics, Gender studies, Language policy and Sociolinguistics. His research in Applied linguistics intersects with topics in Theoretical linguistics and Second-language acquisition. His Politics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social science, Colonialism, Political economy and Media studies.
His Gender studies study combines topics in areas such as Governmentality and Ideology. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Language industry, First language, Language education and Sociology of language. The concepts of his Sociolinguistics study are interwoven with issues in Globalization and Popular culture.
Alastair Pennycook mainly investigates Popular culture, Applied linguistics, Semiotics, Linguistic diversity and Gender studies. His Popular culture research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sociolinguistics, Aesthetics, Variety and Online and offline. Alastair Pennycook is interested in Quantitative linguistics, which is a branch of Applied linguistics.
His Semiotics research incorporates elements of Masculinity, Bangladeshis and Collective identity. His Linguistic diversity study incorporates themes from Communication, Diversity, Ideology, Dependency and On Language. His Gender studies research integrates issues from Favourite, Politics and Multilingualism.
His primary areas of study are Applied linguistics, Linguistic diversity, Politics, Translanguaging and Gender studies. Alastair Pennycook interconnects Regional science, Episteme, Theoretical linguistics and Field in the investigation of issues within Applied linguistics. His Linguistic diversity research includes themes of Popular culture and Communication.
His Politics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Clinical linguistics, Quantitative linguistics and Media linguistics.
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The cultural politics of English as an international language
Critical Applied Linguistics: A Critical Re-Introduction
English and the discourses of colonialism
Global Englishes and Transcultural Flows
Language as a Local Practice
Disinventing and (Re)Constituting Languages
Sinfree Makoni;Alastair Pennycook.
Critical Inquiry in Language Studies (2005)
Borrowing Others' Words: Text, Ownership, Memory, and Plagiarism
TESOL Quarterly (1996)
The Concept of Method, Interested Knowledge, and the Politics of Language Teaching
TESOL Quarterly (1989)
Metrolingualism: fixity, fluidity and language in flux
Emi Otsuji;Alastair Pennycook.
International Journal of Multilingualism (2010)
Introduction: Critical Approaches to TESOL.
TESOL Quarterly (1999)
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