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Bridges towards the evolution of new contact varieties in the multilingual, multicultural knowledge economy42
Chinese education and the prestige of English236
An evaluation of reading comprehension strategies used by Chinese students of English735
Cross-jurisdiction discourse on legal multilingualism33
Peripheral Vision, Landscape, and Nation-Building in Thomas Pennant’s Tours of Scotland, 1769-7254
African English speakers in Chinese criminal courts: the issue of mutual understanding in communication with interpreters27
Acceptability of new swearwords by young netizens in China7
Orientalist art twice re-oriented: Margaret Murray Cookesley's Byzantine Harem Paintings43
Same formal pattern, different contact situation, different propagation: evidential vs. deontic NCI constructions in Dutch (contrasted with English)93
Multilingual, Globalizing Asia: Implications for Policy and Education104
Investigating digital sex talk practices: A reflection on corpus-assisted discourse analysis26
Recalling Oceanic Communities: The Transnational Theater of John Kneubuhl and Victoria Nalani Kneubuhl13
Plumb Duff: Review of Alan Duff, Out of the Mist and Steam37
Hateful Hills and Joyful Dread: Emotive “Filler Words” in the Old English Metrical Psalms34
Resisting incorporation: The melodrama of agency and the naturalist text36
The Parsi theatre, Shakespeare and Performing Europeanness6
Grammaticality And The English Teacher In Hong Kong: An Integrationist Analysis101
Early English adopters in British Malaya: The significance of the Peranakans41
Imagining an umbrella community : place, practice and affect65
Making sense of transitions: Identity construction of migrant doctors in Chile and Hong Kong 6
Daniel Defoe'82
A stylistic study of Lao She's works229
Guo Songtao in London: An Unaccomplished Mission of Discovery108
Space and memory in Asian transnational writing175
Duff, Alan75
Postcolonial narratives in Australian children's literature14
The flower and the mirror: a comparative study of certain novels of D. H. Lawrence and Henry Miller.254
Had better, ’d better and better: Diachronic and transatlantic variation61
Orwell's BBC broadcasts: Colonial discourse and the rhetoric of propaganda83
'High-brow' George Eliot and 'Popular' Fanne Lewald: 'Separateness and Communication', the Anxiety of Influence, or Difference without Contact?34
Temporality in modernist literature: Ezra Pound and Virginia Woolf409
Race science and scientific racism'45
Code-switching variation in Gibraltar2
Noises offscreen: Could a crisis of confidence be good for media studies?36
Travel writing and the natural world, 1768-18401107
Is a general non-ethnocentric theory of human communication possible? An integrationist approach5
Poetics and Framing28
Silence is Golden: The 'Anti-communicational' Linguascaping of Super-elite Mobility188
Rationality and irrationality in modernist writing228
Towards a typology of prominence perception: the role of duration31
Maybe you are not interested in screening test but I will tell you about it’, or Is non-directiveness attainable in prenatal genetic counselling of Chinese patients?82
Oceanic Hong Kong?38
Accounting for decisions about genetic testing: the case of Chinese families in Hong Kong60
Mediatization and enregisterment of a gender stereotype: the case of the 'Kong Girl'98
Family Communication in Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions in Ireland37
Kipling in China: Empires of Noise178
A transformational-generative outline of 'Swatow' grammar356
Aspectos problematicos del significado: analisis critico del discurso74
Implicit learning of tonal rules in Thai as a second language45
Experiments in subjectivity: a study of postmodern science fiction267
Tourism discourse: Languages and banal globalization80
Language and Power in Blogs : Interaction, Disagreements and Agreements61
Chinese middle cosntructions [i.e. constructions] : lexical middle formation372
'His story is truly vivid…': The role of narratives of vicarious experience in commodification and marketisation of genetic testing in Chinese social media72
Law and language: problems of meaning and interpretation in the Hong Kong courts619
'Orientalism' in Auden and Isherwood's Journey to a war281
Moral Luck in Thomas Hardy's Fiction23
Naturalizing Laziness: Renegotiating Cantonese Identity at the Edge of Post-colonial Hong Kong54
"I believe that" or "It is suggested that"?: authorial presence in the use of reporting verbs in 'soft'discipline academic writing by community college students in Hong Kong803
Speaker variability in the realisation of lexical tones29
Language and identity positioning of multilingual Southeast Asian sojourners in Hong Kong417
The Academic Debate on the Standardisation of Cantonese108
Transgender identity in law and society : finding the meaning of the words "man", "woman" and "transgender"117
Henri Cole54
The Beginning of the End: the Prologue and Epilogues of Hungry Hill and The Glass-Blowers5
Documentary linguistics in teaching and learning: A ‘Knowledge Exchange’ perspective24
Hulstijn, Jan H.72
The crisis of experience: James Joyce and T.S. Eliot183
Corporeality, Aryanism, Race: The Theatre and Social Reform of the Parsis of Western India9
Othering in gossip: "You go out you have a laugh and you can pull yeah okay but like..."86
Going About: Conrad's Progress in A Personal Record77
Recent changes in the spread of verbal modal expressions in the Hong Kong and Singapore printed press, in contrast with the British and American ones: Exploring the potential of Factiva® for the diachronic investigation of World Englishes94
The applicability of the psychoanalytic approach to literary criticismwith reference to the novels of Charles Dickens444
Short-term and long-term retention of new words: investigating the role of L1 glossing in vocabulary learning amongHong Kong ESL learners363
New Dreams Of China: The China Novels Of Anne Duffield70
Innovation and change: information technologyand in-service teacher professional development315
The languages of identity in Anita Desai's Baumgartner's Bombay101
“Je t'aime … moi non plus”: Deconstructing Love in Open Confession to a Man from a Woman71
Erotic Disposition: Episode and Permutation64
Between knowledge and 'plagiarism,' or, how the Chinese language was studied in the West116
With others and for others: accounting for decisions about genetic testing in the Clinic116
The lure of the global : gender and geopolitics in selected novels by transnational Chinese women writers152
The role of English in Hong Kong theatre and dance productions214
Law and Race in George Orwell62
New lingualisms, same old codes45
From Athens to Beijing: The Elgin Marbles and the Ruins of Yuan Ming Yuan77
Exploring decision-making in prenatal visits for non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) in Mainland China: a discourse analytic perspective3
George Eliot's poetry and ideas on poetry: a study of her own verse and her tastes and opinions concerningpoetry230
Asian crossings: Travel writing on China, Japan and Southeast Asia104
'A Fraud Called John Buchan': Buchan, Joseph Conrad and Literary Theft82
Towards a functional characterization of the news of the BBC World Service145
The picture, the parable, the performance and the sword: secularism’s demographic imperatives11
The effectiveness of teacher written feedback on S.3 students' abilityto produce elaborations in expository writing258
Shallow Equality and Symbolic Jurisprudence in Multilingual Legal Orders10
"It's like throwing a dice". The management of 'extreme' uncertainty and decision making in the age of genome medicine: the case of pre-conception counselling32
Interdisciplinary Collaboration between Medical Professionals and Sociolinguists17
Singapore women's writing in the global market: Hwee Hwee Tan's Foreign Bodies49
Global indigeneity, place-based imagination and the politics of identification36
Elliptical representations in Maxine Hong Kingston's writing and her articulation in the subversion of grand narratives177
Understanding transgender marriage case W v registrar of marriages through Ms. W's voice22
Cantonese: A Comprehensive Grammar148
Nigerians in Chinese criminal courts: the legal-lay encounter in the periphery33
A study of discourse of professionals in a medical laboratory44
Legal sex, self-classification and gender self-determination53
Formalism of final statement in Chinese criminal courtroom18
Rita Dove and Backyard Updates32
Constructicons are bound to change: constructional change in a radically usage-based perspective55
Modern Macbeth in Hong Kong212
Language and identity: the case of the Zhuang306
Learning English through films: a case study of a Hong Kong class593
Lyric Licence in Early Modern Spain95
Passion impossible: sex abroad, the Sheik and other stories61
Poststructuralist Discourse Analysis: Subjectivity in Enunciative Pragmatics: Johannes Angermuller, Palgrave Macmillan, Houndmills, 2014, 176 pp., ISBN: 9781137500380 (hardbound), GBP 58.0013
The theme of alienation in modern Chinese and Anglo-American fiction262
Linguistics and nationalism57
The use and function of signs in the gospel according to John: a semiotic analysis190
Joseph Conrad45
Craig Santos Perez's from unincorporated territory: The 'Excerpted Space' of Activist Poetics3
Compacted Doctrines: Empson and the Meanings of Words'53
Teachers' beliefs and practices in the implementation of a new Englishcurriculum in China: case studies of foursecondary school teachers444
Wrestling with the Patriarch: Review of Witi Ihimaera, The Uncle’s Story52
An investigation into the effectiveness of the use of semantic maps and pictures in vocabulary notebooks by a group of S.2 students in aChinese-as-a-medium-of-instruction secondary school289
Texts from the history of German linguistics (edited in 8 volumes, with an introduction to each volume)47
Interaction from an activity theoretical perspective: comparing learner discourse of language face-to-face, inchat and in audio conferencing in second language learning237
Recontextualizing Cultural Heritage and Identity through Three-dimensional Spaces: The Case of the Hong Kong Maritime Museum12
The Language Myth and the Race Myth: Twin Evils of Modern Identity Politics?51
Balcony romance: stage distance andclosure238
English and multilingualism in Singapore80
Introducing Relational Work in Facebook and Discussion Boards83
The aesthetic of imperial ruins: The Elgins and John Bowring116
Contention of ideologies: a study of literarywritings in the People's Republic of China since 1978192
English-Language Creative Writing in Hong Kong: Colonial Stereotype and Process73
Yuan yang = 鴛鴦152
A radically usage-based account of the development of the English 'epistemic' be bound to construction41
Colonial officials and the linguistics of triad societies54
The colonies in concrete: Walter Benjamin, urban form and the dreamworlds of empire46
Louise Ho and the local turn: the place of English poetry in Hong Kong87
Hearing Beckett41
Reconstructing Romanticism: Organic Theory Revisited55
Nathalie Sarraute: Le planetarium.292
How I Learned to Drink Coffee33
Translation, Parallel Texts, and the Present of the Past67
As good as it gets? Unrepresented litigant and courtroom dynamics: a case study185
A study of John Donne's Songs and sonnets and Divine sonnets in the context of some aspects of the sonnet and lyric tradition of thesixteenth century295
Skehan, Peter159
Gezegd worden + te-infinitief: een verouderde evidentiele constructie.69
Discrepant norms: culture, ecology and indeterminacy in Victor Turner's anthropology of meaning13
'Painting the beat of the drum that beats round the world': Lady Elizabeth Butler’s Visual Empire49
Evaluating an independent learning programme at tertiary English language centre in Hong Kong: implicationsfor the theory and practice of autonomy in learning289
Comparing British and American English in the media215
The Implicit Learning of Mappings between Forms and Contextually-Derived Meanings86
Supplement to the Voyage of Columbus: Literary Voyages of (Un-)discovery in the South Pacific38
Writing back in the works of Hanif Kureishi226
Linguistic Landscape, Law and Reflexive Modernity77
The development of non-deontic be bound to in a radically usage-based diachronic construction grammar perspective62
Forms and functions of genre in transnational popular culture46
Eastern figures: orient and empire in British writing79
Multilingual Mediators: The Role of the Peranakans in the Contact Dynamics of Singapore66
Debates in the Digital Humanities Formerly Known as Humanities Computing68
The cross-cultural confluence of museum and theater in Victoria Kneubuhl's Hawaiian plays71
The medium of instruction in Hong Kong schools: some problems and possible measures299
Lao Ashe in London78
Ha Jin and the location of representation177
Undoing and redoing corpus planning: Reviews79
The Tyranny of Ordinary Meaning: Corbett v Corbett and the Invention of Legal Sex4
Once Were Warriors48
Research integrity in a socio-legal study on unpresented litigants15
Communicating and Excommunicating Hate33
The Language Myth and the Race Myth: Twin Evils of Modern Identity Politics?85
Stancetaking and the Making of the ‘(Hong) Kong girl’112
A unity of opposites in the poetry of Robert Frost215
Post-Colonial Transformation and Global Culture48
Fictional Travel'70
Orientalism, Linguistics and Postcolonial Studies109
English in Singapore: modernity and management88
Shakespearean Arrivals: The Birth of Character13
Ideologies of Language Standardization: The case of Cantonese in Hong Kong118
Narratives of identity struggles by ex-professional expatriate women in Hong Kong25
Public Privacy: Woolf, Flanerie and the City51
Sherlock Holmes, The secret agent, and ideas of justice393
Mr. Wu and the Middlebrow Domestication of the Yellow Peril Discourse49
Introduction: Silence in institutional and intercultural contexts95
Using literary texts in ELT: retrospect and challenges37
Representing gender and workplace discourse on reality TV: The Apprentice367
Africa-Asia Literature and the Ethics of Recognition44
Samoan Ghost Stories: John Kneubuhl and Oral History155
The new style of English among returnee bilinguals in Hong Kong49
Gender stereotype as a vehicle for social change? The case of the Kong Girl69
Perceptions and practices of mixed-code teaching among English teachers in the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education392
Layman comprehension of legal reference texts and writing common law Chinese in plain language: an empirical study99
English in designs in Hong Kong183
Does diachronic construction grammar equal grammaticalization theory?50
Adverbial Clauses In Mandarin Chinese: A Corpus-based Study32
Racial ideology as elite discourse: Nordicism and the visual in an age of mass culture52
English, Motility and Ismaili Transnationalism79
The Poetic Image, the Speaking Subject and the Poststructuralist World60
The Object of Fidelity in Translating Multilingual Legislation45
The politics and imperialism of British missionary beginnings in Tahiti23
ACI verbs and NCI verbs in English and Dutch: A diachronic construction grammatical investigation69
Bad Boys and Bad Language: chou hau and the sociolinguistics of swearing in Hong Kong389
Shared expertise in negotiating future actions in the genetics case conference.5
'An act of welcome': writing hospitality in Refugee Tales24
The diverging need (to)'s of Asian Englishes47
Gender representation in personal ads in Hong Kong and the U.S.: a linguistic investigation210
System, order, creativity : models of the human in twentieth-century linguistic theories247
Likeness and unlikeness in postmodern fiction199
Exploring metaphor, metonymy and subjectification in Cantonese slang28
A study of tense and aspect in Caryl Phillips crossing the river214
Language policy and identity conflict in relation to Afrikaans in the post-apartheid era37
Location, lore and language: An erotic triangle29
Reclaiming masculinity in an account of lived intersex experience: Language, desire, and embodied knowledge26
The arrival of Oceania: Ending Extractivism, Politics of Enactment, and Pacific Island Representations of a Good Life47
Structuralism(s) and the reading of poetry with special reference to William Wordsworth300
The transnational journey of an Indonesian Chinese couple in Hong Kong: the story of one family, three places, and multiple languages93
Un-bordering the Border: Mariko Nagai and Collier Nogues27
The Art of Arts: transcendental dialectic in Early Modernity54
Modal Particles in Cantonese: a Corpus-based Study91
Cross-Jurisdiction Appropriation of the Equal Authenticity Principle89
Roy Harris and freedom of speech29
Tradition as inheritance and departure: transformation, survival, and the trickster in Love medicine, Chinamen and Illywhacker280
How to fail well37
Implicit knowledge of lexical stress rules: Evidence from the combined use of subjective and objective awareness measures51
Integrating the Self and Other: An integrational critique50
Trafficking Exoticism: Popular Late-Victorian Novels on the East42
Gender ideologies in public discourses27
Between remembrance and forgetting: fact, fiction and the importance of form in Kundera’s The Book of Laughter and Forgetting (1979) and Semprun’s What a Beautiful Sunday! (1980)23
Linguistic diversity and language loss: A view from integrational linguistics89
Introduction to the Special Issue 'Narratives of Vicarious Experiences in Professional and Workplace Discourse'5
Authentic Chinese or Worshipers of the West? Linguistic Levels and the Social Distinctiveness of Code-switching Styles in Hong Kong63
Constructional renovation: The role of French legal language in the survival of the nominative-and-infinitive in Dutch55
Civil Journey: Mediating the Personal and the Political in the Essays of Storm Jameson74
Hegemony, national allegory, exile: The poetry of Shirley Lim.97
Language Education, Gender, and Sexuality21
African Bermudian English and the Caribbean connection31
Living with George Orwell19
Southeast Asia40
Trespassing and re-defining boundaries: EdithWharton's mobilization of her characters against prejudice andreproduction194
The tangle of colonial modernity: Hong Kong as a distinct linguistic and conceptual space within the global common law35
Communities of practice21
Obscenity and Marginality50
The Typology of Asian Englishes84
The Modern Chinese University51
Mr. Wu and the Rearticulation of 'The Yellow Peril'49
Plotting the News in the Victorian Novel23
Growing Up Big31
European Literature as the unworking drive in Literary Studies today26
Modal expressions in English in the educational sector203
The different facets of 'culture' in genetic counseling: A situated analysis of genetic counseling in Hong Kong23
Globalese: A new visual-linguistic register56
The representation of interracial romance in the 20th century179
A cognitive-linguistic approach to the study of slang lexicography in Hong Kong Cantonese36
Adult English language learners: are they really understood? : a comparison between teachers, IELTS examiners,and native speakers306
John Buchan, Myth and Modernism56
Representations and problematics of hybridity in Amitav Ghosh305
Corelli's Populist Post-Romantic Aesthetic43
“We can talk about it. We can joke about it, you know, which is nice”: Tensions surrounding (in)directness in talk about death and dying involving women with ovarian cancer61
A(nother) day in the life of a purist: Anglicisms in the speech of norwegian university students3
How permeable is the formal-informal boundary at work? An ethnographic account of the role of food in workplace discourse26
Defining spaces: clubs and their membership in the colonial fiction of Kipling, Orwell and Scott178
Ethics and Aesthetics of Translation: Exploring the Work of Atxaga, Kundera and Semprun39
Durian Adrift: The Contiguities of Identity in Fruit Chan's Durian Durian55
Contradictions and ambiguity: characterization and identities in Jean Rhy's novels206
Lexis in blog writing: the case of Hong Kong English19
Language Policy and Nation-Building in Post-Apartheid South Africa52
Secular humanist discourses on rationality: Exploring questions in the philosophy of language and communications43
Closure and the short story: with readings oftexts by Elizabeth Gaskell and Angela Carter202
Let us annex China!’Visuality and Ventriloquism in the Far East41
Boundary 2: Introduction46
Singapore: Language situation47
In the shadows of the Third Reich: case study of a dialectologist47
An investigation into the effectiveness of guessing the meaning of unfamiliar words in enhancing reading comprehension among secondaryfour students in a Hong Kong secondary school281
Exploring the effectiveness of integrating language arts into a language classroom: a case study of a HongKong secondary two classroom262
“I can't remember them ever not doing whatI tell them!”: Negotiating face and power relations in ‘upward’ refusals in multicultural workplaces in Hong Kong93
The China Boom and Peking Romance: Anne Duffield's The Lacquer Couch42
Narratives of vicarious experience in talk at work95
An account of distinctive phonetic and lexical features of Gambian English45
Sea burial60
Examining learner vocabulary notebooks in a low proficiency form-four Chinese-as-the-medium-of-instruction (CMI) class in Hong Kong248
Time and mobility in the writing of Charles W. Chesnutt144
Introduction: Difference and Convergence in Globalization64
Beyond the rim: redrawing boundaries in Pacific theatre97
Eugenics in dystopian novels323
The Conundrum of Colonial Cosmopolitanism: Arthur Smith's Journey to Hong Kong in 185839
Race and Language: Ties of 'Blood and Speech', Fictive Identity and Empire in the Writings of Henry Maine and Edward Freeman87
Sociolinguistics: issues of language in education in Hong Kong344
Uneven city: colonial architecture, imperial maturity and the crisis of development in Mulk Raj Anand's Bombay19
Narrating Transnationalism: How to Write a Grounded Dispersion40
English in Singapore: policy and practice66
The writing on the wall: The Umbrella Movement, language and revolution335
Accounts of consent: Orienting to self-other relations regarding motivations to participate in cancer bio-banking28
Future for Palestine: An Exegesis on the Triad of Development, Soft Power and Palestinian culture5
Narration in Heart of Darkness, The Waste Land and Lolita272
Resurrection and History in That Deadman Dance6
A study of errors in the written English of learners in Anglo-Chinese secondary schools in Hong Kong265
Interactional difficulties as a resource for patient participation in a prenatal screening setting in Hong Kong.45
Language and law: a critical-semantic approach to the Basic Law of the Hong Kong Special AdministrativeRegion314
George Eliot: Felix Holt, the Radical30
The stylistic analysis of literary language in relation to English teaching in Hong Kong622
The making of the poetic image243
The lifecycle of Sri Lanka Malay48
Contact in the Asian arena61
The Duff reconsidered: a prelude to iconoclasm18
Social attitudes towards swearing and taboo language672
Representations of 'Hong Kong' in Hong Kong poetry in English237
Orwell, Kipling, Empire, Race64
Feminism and the representations of teenaged girls in 20th century children's literature471
Improvisation in the Political Economy of Music36
Contraries in Blake's poetry372
The Territorial Shaggy Dog32
Teacher's language alternation in an ESL classroom in an English as the medium of instruction (EMI) secondary school: a case study306
From Critique to Consolation: Spinster Fiction in Interwar Women's Writing51
The notion of 'identity' and the role of English in the writings of Singaporean and Malaysian writers211
The formation of the critical conscious58
Bad boys and bad language: the sociolinguistics of swearwords in Hong Kong Cantonese147
Female sexuality in Grimm's fairy tales and their English translations388
The politics of English: South Asia, Southeast Asia and the Asia Pacific88
Phonocentrism and the Concept of Volk: The Case of Modern China7
Ruins in the Jungle: Nature and Narrative83
Oscar Wilde in the mirror of the work of Katherine Mansfield211
A bottom-up approach to understanding obscenity54
Jonathan Swift'44
(with Zhou, X.) Comparative Literature in China48
Meaning, time and the law: Ex post and ex ante perspectives51
Roston, Murray. Graham Greene’s narrative strategies: a study of the major novels59
Literary representations of the Himalayas from imperialist, postcolonial and ecological perspectives217
Grammaticalization in diachronic construction grammar88
George Orwell87
Linguistic gatekeeping in job interviews17
Colonial cosmopolitanism: Albert Smith and Rudyard Kipling in Victorian Hong Kong82
A critical study of the Chronique des Pasquier199
Stealing Victory?: The strange case of Conrad and Buchan39
An evaluation of W.B. Yeats's treatment of Irish Subject-matter in hispoetry217
Ezra Pound, Identity in Crisis: a Fundamental Reassessment of the Poet and His Work87
Implicit learning of L2 word stress rules51
Journey to the West: The Happy Hsiungs: Performing China and the Struggle for Modernity21
Review: 'History, Theory, Text: Historians and the Linguistic Turn', by Elizabeth A. Clark (2004)77
Embracing Domesticity Between the Wars: The Writing of Jan Struther62
The Pig under the Roof: Chinese Characters as Condensed History46
First impressions are lasting impressions: Small talk as an index of identity within elite job interviews9
The Malaya of Isabella Bird and Emily Innes13
Who owns language? Mother tongues as intellectual property and the conceptualization of human linguistic diversity124
Modern Chinese Criticism: 20th Century58
Domesticity and the Essays of E.M. Delafield38
Negotiating Multilingualism: Return migration and identities in Hong Kong51
Visual silence and non-normative sexualities: Art, transduction and performance73
Modality and voices of authority in Animal farm and 1984227
What the consultant saw42
Durian Durian and the Contiguities of Identity: Rootless in Hong Kong and China40
The ‘risk of knowing’ talk and decision-making in prenatal screening for Down’s syndrome in Hong Kong’158
Race and the Third Reich: linguistics, racial anthropology and genetics in the dialectic of Volk76
The discursive production and maintenance of class privilege: Permeable geographies, slippery rhetorics55
Oaths: Law, Language, and Allegiance. A roundtable discussion18
Twentieth-Century Images, Nineteenth-Century Frames: An Overview30
Staging Justice: Courtroom Semiotics and the Judicial Ideology in China34
Review: 'Reading, Publishing and the Formation of Literary Taste in England, 1880-1914', by Mary Hammond44
From Historiography to Geography and Back Again: Postmodernism's Spatial Turns, Starring Topophilia, and the New Poetics of Space-Time60
Lexical borrowing in Hong Kong: a study of the Englishization of Chinese and the nativization of English614
Between memory and hope: John Kneubuhl and the idea of a Polynesian home57
Projections of sovereignty: (re)politicizing the so-called Islamic State5
Resisting and reinscribing the separation of spheres in the counter-narratives of 19th century lady travellers to colonial India61
Alienation in three novels by Jean Rhys291
The Old Curiosity Rock: Hong Kong, the first Opium War, and the Travelogues and Fictions of 1839-4265
David Copperfield, the Bildungsroman, and the Mobile Forces of Modernity33
For a radically usage-based diachronic construction grammar100
In what sense is integrational theory lay-oriented? Notes on Harrisian core concepts and explanatory terminology5
'China Abroad: Between Transnation and Translation'104
A study of Hokkien vowel sounds: a spectrographic analysis of their properties in phonetic contexts andwhen modified by speakers' emotions.265
The voices of self in transnational narratives of Indonesian Chinese women in Hong Kong17
‘Two hundred ninety-four’: Remediation and multimodal performance in tourist placemaking119
Timothy Mos Man Sundae and other overseas workers57
Global transitions in health care52
A linguistic study of interrogation in Cantonese: comparisions [sic. comparisons] with English251
Positioning and repositioning: Linguistic practices and identity negotiation of overseas returning bilinguals in Hong Kong176
The entrenchment of the nominative and infinitive construction in Late Modern English58
Traveling Imperialism: Lord Elgin’s Missions to China and the Limits of Victorian Liberalism73
Mapping Neverland: a reading of J.M. Barrie'sPeter Pan text as pastoral, myth and romance354
Being (im)polite in New Zealand workplaces: Māori and Pākehā leaders59
The spectral properties of Cantonese vowels: comparison with English vowels.296
Linguistics and Race Theory: The Entanglement of Politics and Science in the Study of Human Diversity37
Don’t feel kawawa; it’s ok to be kiasu; add oil! Advancing intelligibility and acceptability of New Englishes in the multilingual global ecologies of Asia32
Language And Media: A Resource Book For Students153
'Being gay guy, that is the advantage': Queer Korean Language Learning and Identity Construction30
Questioning the nation: #QandA and the mediatisation of Zaky Mallah33
Negotiating Conflict Within the Constraints of Social Hierarchies in Korean American Discourse90
Standards of English in South-East Asia57
The experience of learning German of a group of university students inHong Kong506
Expressions of self/censorship: ambivalence and difference in Chinese women's prose writings from Malaysia andSingapore239
Postmodern Blackness and Unbelonging in the Works of Caryl Phillips84
John Buchan, myth and modernism43
Cultural understanding in English studies: anexploration of postcolonial and world Englishes perspectives249
From Peasants to Lords: The Intellectual Evolution of Grant Evans45
The literary reception of Flaubert's Madame Bovary in China393
The ethics of the Gift: representing Aboriginality in children's literature19
Societal multilingualism and legal order30
Does pragmatics matter? Migrant doctors' perceptions of conflict talk: The case of Chile and Hong Kong46
Concord patterns with collective nouns in Hong Kong English. With Illustrative Material from the International Corpus of English (Hong Kong Component)110
"I can't remember them ever not doing what I tell them!" Negotiating ‘upward’ refusals in multicultural workplaces in Hong Kong124
Travels in globality: Pico Iyer and Jan Morris in Hong Kong112
Raymond Williams's Keywords: Investigating meanings 'offered, felt for, tested, confirmed, asserted, qualified, changed'49
Digital Humanities in Praxis: Contextualizing the Brazilian Electronic Literature Collection49
Patterns in metaphor translation: translating FEAR metaphors between English and Chinese105
Impact of Prominent Themes in Clinician-Patient Conversations on Caregiver’s Perceived Quality of Communication with Paediatric Dental Visits167
Verbs for wanting and needing in modern standard Chinese and in Cantonese54
Traditions of guardianship in Maori literature51
The Rule of Law as Rhetoric28
Typological aspects of Chinese dialectal grammar51
Tennessee Williams: a study in the use of violence in drama.242
Unmasking the trauma of partition99
(Im)possible Maps of Hong Kong15
Scaling value: transnationalism and the Aga Khan’s English as a “second language” policy40
Heavy NPs, processing and topicalization in Chinese47
Institutions of Poetry from Petrarch to Milton62
Who owns language? Mother tongues as intellectual property56
Policing the 'Unprofitable' in William Makepeace Thackeray: Victorian Power and Social Discipline30
"A lady wanted": Victorian governesses abroad1856-1898520
NEED and NEED TO in Asian Englishes53
The problems of visual discourse: a study of the politics of representation with special reference to thephotographic image204
News Versus Novel: Speaking on Behalf of Minority Communities in Israel Zangwill’s Children of the Ghetto18
Impromptu #2: Bureaucratic Syntax [Craft essay]42
Metaphor, travel, and the (un)making of the steppe32
On digital aesthetics: scrutinizing aestheticstudies in the digital era245
The silenced interpreter: A case study of language and ideology in the Chinese criminal court21
Grammaticality and the English teacher in Hong Kong: an integrationist analysis83
'Encounters with Otherness: Female Travelers in China, 1880-1920'71
Leisure in the Domestic Novel between the Wars72
The importance of re-naming Ernest? Italian translations of Oscar Wilde68
One Day43
Ubby’s Underdogs: A Transformative Vision of Australian Community40
Approaching Conrad through Theory: 'The Secret Sharer'62
On Silence: Lawrence Lacambra Ypil, Collier Nogues, and Tammy Ho Lai-Ming29
Topos, media and integration: a case of 26th-29th Sept 2014, Hong Kong21
Wikipedia writing as praxis: Computer-mediated socialization of second-language writers15
The Secret Secret Sharer43
Constraints on Implicit Learning of Grammatical Form-Meaning Connections95
Triads and Pigs: Comics and Vernacular Culture in Hong Kong53
English teachers' implementation of school-based assessment (SBA): is professional consciousness a determinantof teachers' practice?343
What should be said and what should not be said? − Perception of parents and caregivers of individuals with Down Syndrome in Hong Kong on sensitive language in Cantonese used in healthcare setting79
The study of the use of written English in the Hong Kong civilservice198
In search of an everyday heroism : three novels from the 1930s100
Challenges For Communicating With A Globalised Patient Population: A Look At Prenatal Counseling In Hong Kong65
Bedrock concepts and integrational theory: selves, animals and legal persons33
English in Contemporary, Multilingual Asia99
"Dark, inscrutable workmanship": contradiction and reconciliation in Wordsworth's representation ofnature223
Semiotic landscape in the periphery: Examining the discursive infrastructure of transnational labor migration in Hong Kong8
Gendered discourse and rapport management in Hong Kong beauty spas326
The Moko of the Pakeha: Syncretism in Maori Literature38
Searching the Academy (Soushuyuan 搜書院): A Chinese Opera as Rule of Law and Legal Narrative69
Harvesting The waste land: critical views 1922-1932 and 1965-1975186
Word-stories: etymology as history49
Twice marginalized: women's identities in a foreign land: an analysis of Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea and AmyTan's the Joy Luck Club253
Corpus-based Language Studies: An Advanced Resource Book. McEnery, T., Xiao, R. & Tono, Y. (2006). (Book review)142
Kaduva of privileged power, instrument of rural empowerment? The politics of English (And Sinhala And Tamil) in Sri Lanka60
What future for interpretive work in film and media studies?25
Directing, recommending and delegating decisions: examining the impact of presence or absence of shared first language in the antenatal clinic 15
The coherence of conceptualization of metaphors with reference to lovelanguage256
Polylanguaging, integrational linguistics and contemporary sociolinguistic theory: a commentary on Ritzau83
Where are the modals going in World Englishes, and how do we find out?55
Will the English language become the single world language in the 21stcentury?235
Unilateral norm breaking in a presidential debate: Lech Wałȩsa versus Aleksander Kwaśniewski75
Gender and Pragmatics22
The critique of primitive belief and modern linguistics94
Auxiliary verbs in Cantonese116
Return migration, multilingual practices, and new flexible identities in Hong Kong93
Teachers' perspectives on language arts in junior secondary English classrooms210
Locating Guam: the Cartography of the Pacific and Craig Santos Perez’s Remapping of Unincorporated Territory69
Pidgins and Creoles65
From Colonialism to Nationalism: Ethnic minorities in the linguistics of Vietnam51
Joseph Conrad: Last Essays. Ed. by Harold Ray Stevens and JH Stape. Joseph Conrad: Youth. Heart of Darkness. The End of the Tether. Ed. by Owen Knowles. Joseph Conrad: Suspense. Ed. by Gene M. Moore81
'Marie Corelli's Love Letters to Arthur Severn'41
Reconnecting language: Morphology and syntax in functional perspectives62
The ‘worldliness’ Of English, Hostility To English-medium Education Among Missionaries In China, And ‘china English’40
'Do you speak global?' An enquiry into the theories of English as an international language44
Positioning oneself in relation to larger collectivities in expatriates' workplace narratives24
Tom Stoppard's 'Travesties''51
T.S. Eliot and music232
When W. Somerset Maugham Met the Missionaries: Sketches from China and Malaya81
The effectiveness of vocabulary notebooks on vocabulary acquisition ofa form-two Chinese-as-the-medium-of-instruction (CMI) class255
Cantonese slang expressions and their mechanisms of semantic change21
Derrida/Searle: Deconstruction and Ordinary Language45
Rapport management and communication at work : interacting in Hong Kong intercultural workplace settings276
Poverty of knowledge: the genesis and development of western views on the Chinese language93
The use of English in teaching critical thinking skills in liberal studies in Hong Kong schools616
Human diversity and the genealogy of languages: Noah as the founding ancestor of the Chinese95
Conrad and the Immigrant: The Drama of Hospitality88
Comparing attitudes to the medium of instruction among junior and senior secondary students in Hong Kong288
Genetic Couselling in Hong Kong27
Postmodernism and time in David Mitchell's Ghostwritten and Cloud atlas387
The Good Exotic in Literary Studies: Rehabilitating Exoticism for the Analysis of (Post)Colonial Texts47
Removing linguistic barriers to justice: a study of official reference texts for unrepresented litigants46
'Exotic eroticism': Gwendolen Harleth and Daniel Deronda66
What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?58
Cyborg visions : Mitchell, Ishiguro, Winterson and the negotiation of modernity236
'Culture' and 'Communication' in Intercultural Communication36
Response to Donna Gabaccia, "spatializing gender and migration: The periodization of Atlantic Studies, 1500 to the present"4
The meanings of Facebook "like"111
Towards wholeness: the existential fiction ofJohn Fowles239
Empire and the power of the gazed upon in Victorian fiction315
The Changing Contexts of Legal Bilingualism: Historical and Modern Practice58
Implicit Learning of L2 Spanish Stress Rule67
Holmes into Challenger: The Dark Investigator55
Transformation, collaboration, and authorial control in the paratexts of indigenous children's literature19
Word Meaning and Legal Interpretation: An Introductory Guide151
Language in Society: Editor's note52
Sacrificial Cain in the modern workplace230
Mobile language in mobile places67
Seamus Heaney's 'Failed' elegies and the nonhuman subject: a reading of the 'Widgeon Poems'12
Decolonizing fictions: the subversion of 19thcentury realist fiction160
The family saga in women's writing between the wars336
Vicarious narratives of professionals in Hong Kong (Panel introduction)43
Positioning the Peranakans: evolution and authenticity in the 21st century28
Reclaiming Humanity in a Globalized Legal Environment24
291: visual poetry of the proto-Dada avant-garde1018
The Curator2
When Evolution Theory Meets Marxism: Vygotsky's Psychology of Abstraction in Post-Revolution Russia13
Law and authority in motion : reading Kafka's novels294
Constructing lyrical heroes: Verdian tenors and their literary sources240
Visible–invisible: the social semiotics of labour in luxury tourism80
Living memories: autobiographical and testimonial narratives of the Stolen Generations20
Semantic domains and conceptualisation in press reports of political protest: the case of Hong Kong’s Occupy Central25
The dynamics of family decision-making in intercultural prenatal screening59
English and the transnational Ismaili Muslim community: Identity, the Aga Khan, and infrastructure67
The Quiet American and the novel91
Liminality and communitas in literary representations of aboriginal and Asian encounters2
Semiotic landscape in the periphery: Examining the discursive infrastructure of transnational labor migration in Hong Kong13
Deconstructing the signs of metaphors : the impetus of unlimited semiosis in poetry86
The child in time: postmodern representationsof childhood in the novels of Ian Mcewan562
More on had better, ‘d better and better51
From Peril to Pity: The Transformations of Mr. Wu42
Teachers' perspectives on using language arts to teach English to HongKong junior form students322
Language policy, 'Asia's world city' and anglophone Hong Kong writing103
Language and sexuality230
Yiddish, quasi-yiddish and ideologies of American English223
Typographic landscaping: Creativity, ideology, movement40
Triad Societies: Western Accounts of the History, Sociology and Linguistics of Chinese Secret Societies84
Believe-type raising-to-object and raising-to-subject verbs in English and Dutch : a contrastive investigation in diachronic construction grammar70
A study of collocation in Hong Kong interlanguage243
Directive-giving and grammatical forms: Mitigation devices in a medical laboratory setting42
Universalism and human difference in Chomskyan linguistics: the first ‘superhominid’ and the language faculty73
Literary Study in a Changing World42
Pragmatics in legal interpretation62
Marriage and women's identity in the novels of Virginia Woolf179
The power of suggestion: examining the impact of presence or absence of shared first language in the antenatal clinic. 3
The chalk circle: from Li Hsing-tao to Bertolt Brecht311
A case study of the effect of second language drama teaching on learning motivation in high and low achieving classes in Hong Kong535
Triadic interactions in prenatal genetic consultations in Hong Kong48
Translation Equivalence as Legal Fiction57
Why the semantics of 'good' and 'bad' isn't good enough: Popular science and the 'language crux'93
Participation in the bilingual trial: African migrants in Chinese Criminal Courts15
Chinese netizens' English language attitudes in the context of College Entrance Examination reform53
A semo-lexemic analysis of some major clause structures containing patients of phenomena in modern standard Chinese243
Rethinking Vygotsky : a critical reading of Vygotsky's cultural-historical theory and its appropriation in contemporary scholarship555
The search for identity in Things fall apart, A man of the people, Anthills of the Savannah and selected essays by Chinua Achebe439
The Bathos of a Universalism, I.A. Richards and His Basic English113
Holmes into Challenger: The Dark Investigator32
Inverting virginity, abstinence, and conquest: Sexual agency and subjectivity in classroom conversation13
Last Empress Fiction and Asian Neo-Victorianism35
Temporary Dusk42
Two poems17
The terra firma of personal linguistic experience48
Language ideologies and identities in Hong Kong9
Another Frame for Stevens'61
Comity, Facebook and the (legal) personality of animals4
Language and 'new' African migration to South Africa: An overview and some reflections on theoretical implications for policy and planning30
Kipling in China: Empires of Noise45
‘Conrad: Chronology of Composition and Publication’54
Disclosure and the ideology of sociolinguistic naturalism in first impressions6
Critical Zone 3: A Forum of Chinese and Western Knowledge100
Where was and is sadness? A corpus-based diachronic investigation of metaphorical containers of sadness in English58
From pre-modern to modern: Ethnic classification by language and the case of the Ngai/Nung of Vietnam81
Revisiting English prosody (some) New Englishes as tone languages?69
On top of the world: Tourist’s spectacular self-locations as multimodal travel writing51
The elusive 'real': Amfit conference, london, 23-4 april 199233
鏡與燈: 浪漫主義文論及批評傳統186
‘Soyinka, Walcott, and Modernist Circulations of African Aesthetics’50
Post-Imperial Topographies: The Ungrounding of History in J.G. Farrell's 'The Singapore Grip', Timothy Mo's 'An Insular Possession', and Graham Swift's Waterland'53
Projections of statehood : the disciplining of transnationalism and the attempted (self)legitimisation of the so-called Islamic State147
Before Its Time, of Its Time: The Transnational Female Bildungsroman and Kartini's Letters of a Javanese Princess44
Implicit learning of L2 word stress rules345
Instagram as a semiotic ecosystem: exploring everyday browsing using a mediated discourse analytical approach3
The nominative and infinitive in English and Dutch: an exercise in contrastive diachronic construction grammar69
Semiotic landscapes in context: first-order and second-order sign creation47
The Theatre of Consciousness in Conrad and James26
Yamuna Kachru71
National Learning, National Literature, and National Language85
The 'radical' in the classroom in British school stories from the 1950s to the present day226
Virginia Woolf and the language of sensation48
Theatre of storytelling: the prose fiction stage adaptation as social allegory in contemporary British drama317
Linguistics in Cross-Cultural Communication: From the Chinese Repository to the 'Chinese Emerson115
Daniel A. Novak: Realism, Photography, and Nineteenth-Century Fiction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008. Pp. xv + 229. Cloth $ 90.00 (Book review)46
Investigating Form 6 students' responses to four different critical analysis activities with film to develop their critical thinkingskills: a case study of a Hong Kong languageclassroom230
Decision-making about testing in intercultural genetic counselling encounters in Hong Kong106
'eulogiseth Marie’: A Critic’s Review of Recent Corelli Scholarship'78
Logophilia, logophobia and the terra mota of personal linguistic experience62
Different perspectives on the decentredness of the human subject in novels by Carol Shields and Toni Morrison216
"You may know better than I do when it comes to medical thing": client’s elicitation of advice in prenatal genetic counseling in Hong Kong52
The sociolinguistics of triad language in Hong Kong521
Re-reading and rehabilitating Basil Bernstein39
Postmodernism and popular culture300
Is economics a science? Findings and estimates in scientific and economic texts48
A tonic dictionary of the Chinese language in the Canton dialect79
Aspects of contemporary Cantonese Grammar: the structure and stratification of relative clauses170
South and southeast Asia40
The unstable memsahib narrative in William Somerset Maugham's The Painted Veil175
Corelli, Marie [Mary Mackay]12
The English evidential nominative and infinitive construction39
The use of English in canto-pop songs in Hong Kong544
Postmodern blackness and unbelonging in the works of Caryl Phillips111
Museum Spaces As Semiotic Texts: Exploring The Negotiation Of Cultural Identity In The Hong Kong Maritime Museum11
E.M. Forster's vision of life240
Corpus linguistics and cognitive linguistics: a convergence of basic assumptions26
The role of feedback from teachers and peers following school based assessment (SBA) tasks in improving students' presentationperformance: a case study289
(De)constructing national modernity: Nation branding and the staging of the Islamic State39
Specificity and genericity of NPs in Mandarin and Cantonese87
Constructing the Meaning of Obscenity: An Empirical Investigation and an Experientialist Account85
The lesser of two evils: Atypical trajectories in English dialect evolution2
Reading aloud and Charles Dickens's style391
Elite mobilities: The semiotic landscapes of luxury and privilege115
Reading off the Map, or: What, and Where, is Experience in the Writing of Aritha van Herk and M. Nourbese Philip?47
Conan Doyle and Forms of Knowledge36
Language and race in the classification of ethnic diversity: the case of Egon Freiherr von Eickstedt824
Constructing parental responsibility in the management of a genetic condition in telephone consultations65
Centres of diversity, platforms for evolution: On margins and mobility in language practices in the global knowledge economy31
'Soft’ and ’hard’ theories of identity: orientalism, aryanism, and race59
Singlish structure dataset98
A Return to Romance: Winifred Holtby's Spinster Fiction from Between the Wars57
Female trauma and memory in constructions of black identity205
The Shavian protagonist: a study of the heroine in the middle plays of Bernard Shaw.225
A Dictionary of Hong Kong English: Words from the Fragrant Harbor83
Teaching English pronunciation to the Cantonese learner: facts and problems287
Exploring tensions between different levels of identity construction in the narratives of expatriates living and working in Hong Kong58
Clinical uncertainty and familial interactions in the inherited cardiac conditions clinic in Hong Kong: reconsidering individualised notions of autonomy27
Chinese English, English Chinese: Biliteracy and Translation88
Reflections on the implementation of a new literacy programme with a focus on reading and writing in a Hong Kong primary one classroom203
0.01cm: Affectivity and urban space in Chungking Express573
Self assessment in the school-based assessment speaking component in aHong Kong secondary four classroom: a casestudy272
Resolving Ambiguity in a Multilingual Legal System38
A question of belonging: Reading Jean Arasanayagam through nationalist discourse106
Belonging and Placelessness in the Postmodern Novel103
Meaning in the media: Discourse, controversy and debate67
Hong Kong's Paper Cities: Heterotopia and the Semiotic Landscape of Civil Disobedience31
Reimagining food pictures on Instagram: a social semiotic perspective3
Human linguistic diversity and the Chinese language: the semiotics of naturalness and artificiality48
Tracing the emergence of a community of practice: Beyond presupposition in sociolinguistic research12
Teacher language awareness and scaffolded interaction in CLIL science classrooms1
Poetic voice from the margin: the poetry of Ee Tiang Hong292
Believe-type raising-to-object and raising-to-subject verbs in English and Dutch: A contrastive investigation in diachronic construction grammar91
Understanding transgender marriage case W v Registrar of Marriages through Ms. W's voice21
How can I tell the trade mark on a piece of gingerbread from all the other marks on it? Naming and meaning in verbal trade mark signs39
There may be regular guys but there are no regular native speakers: lexis and native-speaker-like competence32
Exoticism as 'Travelling Theory': A Postcolonial Reconsideration55
Mo, Timothy49
A 'Different Fix on the Stars': Readings of Derek Walcott’s Assemblage of Speed and Light in Lyric History99
Rita Dove, Preoccupation, and the Inexpressible33
An empirical study of lay comprehension of Chinese legal reference texts in Hong Kong81
Conversation with Andrew Motion: Poetry and More15
Conrad and Shakespeare57
The Gift and the ethics of representing Aboriginality in Australian children's literature26
'Our Impending Doom': Seriality's End in Late-Victorian Proto-Dystopian Novels15
Constructed meanings and contesting voices : the Opium War in archival, historical and fictional Anglophone narratives510
Linguistic landscapes on postcards: Tourist mediation and the sociolinguistic communities of contact204
The Minutiae of Otiose Strokes in Medieval Scribal Practice6
Meaning and Power in the Language of Law40
Paul Theroux'46
Challenging the notion of ‘cultural norms’ in sociolinguist research: An example of leadership discourse in genetics case conferences in Hong Kong18
English Studies at the University of Hong Kong32
Joy as a metaphor for volition: Old english lustum, estum, and the giving of gifts44
Not at home: colonial and postcolonial Anglophone literatures of Singapore and Malaysia346
What's in a Name? The Performance of Language in the Invention of Colonial and Postcolonial South Asian Theatre History14
Migrants and 'mother tongues': extralinguistic forces in the ecology of English in Singapore69
Introduction: Perspectives on discourse analysis360
Digital literacy and job interview performance in the elite global finance firms: the case of Hong Kong students29
A linguistic study of the Cantonese verb270
The Sociolinguistics of space and semiotic landscapes66
Integrating the 'real'82
Deconstructing Rortian constructivism: against the ubiquity of language30
To protect or not to protect? The eligibility of commercially-used short verbal texts for copyright and trade mark protection50
On the edge of reason : law at the borderline44
Fictions of affinity and the Aryan paradigm57
The interplay of the local and the global in Witi Ihimaera's revisions131
The role of narratives of vicarious experience in commodification and marketisation of genetic testing in Chinese social media47
Mediatizing the ‘super-rich’, normalizing privilege55
The vital few: Agents of change in contact varieties of English in multilingual Asia17
Heimat in the cinema of Wim Wenders180
Visual hybridity: Margaret murray cookesley's orientalist aestheticism130
Mobile capsules of privacy: modernity and cars in Virginia Woolf’s writing49
Friedrich Max Müller on the homeland of the Aryans43
Colonialism and English education at the University of Hong Kong,1913-1964313
Approaching counter-terrorism through the 'Western' Muslim experience: curtailing the saturation of fear6
Dickens, Copperfield and the Genre of the Bildungsroman18
An investigation of the presentation and treatment of vocabulary in two secondary English textbooks in Hong Kong263
Commodification and marketization of genetic testing through online direct-to-consumer platforms49
The Voyage Out as Voyage In: Exotic Realism, Romance and Modernism75
Western Writings on Chinese Secret Societies and 'Triads'133
The Japanese occupation of Malaya and Singapore (1941-1945) : narrating trauma and memory in 21st century Malaysian novels in English640
Patterns in metaphor translation: a corpus-based case study of the translation of FEAR metaphors between English and Chinese105
The last romantic hero: Lech Watȩsa's image-building in TV presidential debates73
A semiotic approach to the advertising of private English tutoring programmes in Hong Kong360
Puckish Protesting in the Umbrella Movement47
'Exotic Eroticism in the Anglo-Indian Women's Romance, 1880-1920: Moral and Narrative Responsibility'57
Locke's Political Poetry39
Three Ways of Going Wrong: Kipling, Conrad, Coetzee71
Stancetaking And The Hong Kong Girl In A Shifting Heterosexual Marketplace147
‘Substantial similarity of expression’ in copyright infringement actions: A linguistic perspective53
Saul Bellow's fiction: power relations and female representation242
The historicity of literary genres and the emergence of modern Chinese Literary Criticism120
Neo-Victorian Asia: An Inter-imperial Approach41
Leung Ping-Kwan's Amblings: A Review of the Right-hand Pages50
Access to justice in a bilingual legal system : a case study of unrepresented litigants in Hong Kong619
The passive matrices of English infinitival complement clauses: Evidentials on the road to auxiliarihood?65
Singapore women's writing in the global market: Hwee Hwee Tan's Foreign Bodies127
Melancholia and autobiography in Roland Barthes205
The Lyric Impulse23
Lost in metaphor and metonymy translation? A corpus-based study of the translation of metaphors and metonymies of FEAR between English and Chinese87
'All us girls were like euuh!': Conversational work of be like in New Zealand adolescent talk28
ACI and NCI FIND and the development of evidentiality in Modern English, with a note on Dutch (BE)VINDEN65
The Bounds of Renaissance Prose Satire40
How language contact affects dual language learners phonological development41
Code switching and code mixing in the broadcasts of Commercial Radio Hong Kong (CRHK)864
Applying linguistics: questions of language and law29
Indexing the global34
Disagreements and agreements in personal/diary blogs: A closer look at responsiveness47
The learning of Chinese orthography and its centrality in learning Chinese as a foreign language303
Conan Doyle's Challenger Tales and the End of the World42
Translation equivalence as a legal fiction56
Language, Meaning And The Law63
Beyond fear and loathing in SG: The real mother tongues and language policies in multilingual Singapore141
Doing ethnographic work in Chinese criminal courts: a researcher's dilemma20
Monkeys in the West : the manifestation and resolution of Chinese-ethnic and American-cultural tensions in The joy luck club, FOB, and Tripmaster monkey79
But if Taiwan legalizes same-sex marriage...: Discourses of homophobia and nationalism in a Chinese antigay community online3
Traversing the erotic oasis: Online chatting and the space/time continuum32
Interactional difficulties as a resource for patient participation in a prenatal counseling setting in Hong Kong57
Interpreter-mediated dentistry109
A Global Perspective to Official Multilingualism5
A comparison of the English and Chinese patterns of modification of noun phrases and the difficulties created by the differences betweenthe two patterns in translation300
Coming of age, coming full circle: The (re)positioning of (Singapore) English and multilingualism in Singapore at 5033
The linguistic construction of reality in the Black Book of Polish Censorship67
Nonstandard Were and the Nonstandard forms of the Preterite Negative of to be in Nineteenth Century New England Civil War Letters and Literary Dialect Portrayals.99
'Well, we can talk about it. We can joke about it, which is nice': Indirectness in talk about end-of-life involving women with ovarian cancer92
English language learning difficulty in Hong Kong schools: an ethnographic assessment of the Hong Kong context withproposed solutions517
Introduction: Sociolinguistics and tourism – mobilities, markets, multilingualism143
Orwell, animals, and the east71
Degree adverbs in Hong Kong and Singapore English: a corpus-based investigation336
Beyond Orientalism: Texting the Victorian Orient61
Arthur Conan Doyle and the Case of the Cold Consultant63
Realism’s Connections: George Eliot’s and Fanny Lewald’s Poetics’45
Hearing Voices: Aurality and Bilingualism in Conrad's Fiction41
The glocal queer in Singaporean gay writing196
Recalling oceanic communities: The transnational theatre of John Kneubuhl and Victoria Nalani Kneubuhl65
The ethnic trickster in Maxine Hong Kingston's Tripmaster monkey: his fake book316
The evidential BE SAID TO construction in academic texts: Findings and estimates in the natural sciences and in economics36
Politics and language: Meaning and public deception: A tale of more than 'very, very few people'30
Literary Criticism45
The Discourse Reader (3rd ed.)1091
Shadow education in Hong Kong: the experienceof learners of English1137
Expression of modality in the language of the mass media212
Periphery in the age of reimagining: Vernaculars and vitality in urban and online communities34
'Southwards and Outwards: Representing Chineseness in New Locations in Hong Kong Films'89
In the picture: Orwell, India and the BBC58
Whitman's Prefaces42
The language learning strategies used by L2 English learners in the processing of corrective feedback: a casestudy from a secondary school in Hong Kong458
Negotiating Chinese modernity: British imperialism and the late Qing reforms253
Patient participation within a globalised patient population: Interactional difficulties in a prenatal counseling context in Hong Kong83
"There are many ways to translate it": Existential constructions in English-Chinese translation175
Word-things and thing-words: The transmodal production of privilege and status64
Introduction to The Travels of Marco Polo63
Judicial discourse in Cantonese courtrooms in Hong Kong38
The role of English language teaching in Hong Kong: linguistic imperialism or linguistic empowerment?477
Facework and identity171
The Problem of the Subject and Literary Modernity: Mao Zedong's Thery of Art Revisited48
Turning Points: Essays in the History of Cultural Expressions. By Marshall Brown. (Book reviews)81
Tracing place, locating self: Embodiment and remediation in/of tourist spaces84
Cultural policy between the state and the market: Regulation, creativity and contradiction78
Gender stereotype as a vehicle for social change? The case of the Kong Girl149
Architectures of the invisible hand: Joseph Conrad in colonial Singapore14
Investigating recent changes in New Englishes with Factiva®48
Towards a new semiotics of landmark knowledge79
Media mythologies: the case of triad language53
Radio leaks: Presenting and contesting leaks in radio news broadcasts66
Baby Robin on the Sidewalk43
qqncrete jungles : modernism, colonial culture and the built environment in early twentieth-century literature119
Vernacular spaces and >non-places< : dynamics of the Hong Kong linguistic landscape154
Religious language and communication : 'logos' and integrationism200
Race Theory on Trial Under National Socialism: The Case of Ludwig Ferdinand Clauss68
An analysis of and in an English translation of Hong Lou Meng and its equivalents in the original text109
Statutory interpretation in multilingual jurisdictions: typology and trends83
Sasori vs. The System?: The Female Convict Scorpion Series as Cult Cinema34
Ditaxia and hybridization in Chinese dialect grammar65
George Orwell's Conrad33
Epistemic 'Struggles': When Nurses’ Expert Identity is Challenged by 'Knowledgeable' Clients78
The management of diagnostic uncertainty and decision-making in genetics case conferences97
Her things55
'Distant mirror' of the self: the image of the Jews in Chinese culture76
The lyric impulse in Dennis Haskell's All the Time in the World57
Knowing Bodies, Knowing Self: The Western Woman Traveller's Encounter with Chinese Women, Bound Feet and the Half-Caste Child, 1880–192095
David Copperfield and the Tradition of the Bildungsroman44
The search for nation: exploring Sinhala nationalism and its others in Sri Lankan anglophone and Sinhala-language writing231
Bad and banned language: triad secret societies, the censorship of the Cantonese vernacular, and colonial language policy in Hong Kong221
Conversion and culture change: narrating failures and impacts of early English-Speaking Christian Missionaries in Polynesia25
The delivery of genetic counselling in Hong Kong from an interdisciplinary perspective3
Travel writing, form, and empire: The poetics and politics of mobility97
Creating art against the sky-gods: GoreVidal's manifesto and didacticism213
Comic travel writing in China: Elsie McCormick and Peter Fleming50
A spectrographic and laryngographic analysis of Mandarin vowels and consonants200
‘In Pitiless Print’: Representing Character from Newspaper to Novel41
Below the line: social class discourse in YouTube comments6
Hearing Voices: Conrad and Sound37
'For to seken straunge strondes': Translating Chaucer Hospitably in Refugee Tales25
Hong Kong English25
Not knowing the Oriental72
Demeanor indexicals, interpretive discourses and the 'Kong Girl' stereotype: Constructing gender ideologies in social media140
Critical Humanist Perspectives: The Integrational Turn in Philosophy of Language and Communication64
Semiotic landscapes: Language, Image, Space140
Negotiating the identities of allied healthcare professionals in the age of ‘superdiversity’ in healthcare1231
Transgression and identity in Frankenstein, Lord Jim, and the Satanic Verses240
The author and the text in radically usage-based diachronic construction grammar, or why historical linguists have started analysing text again61
The poetic quests of Emily Dickinson and Sylvia Plath239
Oceanic Archives, Indigenous Epistemologies, and Transpacific American Studies17
On the interpretation of allusions and other innuendo meanings in libel actions: the value of semantic and pragmatic evidence28
The Sensation Novel and Newspaper Time37
The Feminine Middlebrow Novel Abroad: Ann Bridge's Peking Picnic105
The attrition of the DEONTIC NCI construction in Late Modern English: A cognitive phenomenon?42
The ends of history: the novels of Kazuo Ishiguro, Timothy Mo and Graham Swift338
Wagner, S.: The Scientist as God: A Typological Study of a Literary Motif, 1818 to the Present69
Residing in 'South-Eastern Asia' of the Antebellum United States: Reverend David Abeel and the World Geography of American Print Evangelism and Commerce18
Glorious Vulgarity: Marie Corelli's Feminine Sublime in a Popular Context110
Language dominance and transfer in Cantonese/English bilingual children40
What presence should not convey: post-hermeneutic practices in Networked Media28
A triangulated investigation of using wiki for project-based learning in different undergraduate disciplines51
From "Having it all" to "Away from it all": Post-feminism and Tamara Drewe43
Diachronic construction grammar: A state of the art138
Tensions and Goals in Legal Communication4
Modern fiction and the creation of the new woman: Madame Bovary, Jude the obscure and Women in love248
Modern American women: victims or victors?209
Raising: Dutch between English and German102
The displaced person: re-placement and returnin contemporary representations of exile331
"There is a smell of opium in the air": China, the Dickenses and the Second Opium War52
Expressions of gratitude by Hong Kong speakers of English: Research from the International Corpus of English in Hong Kong (ICE-HK)169
Voices from the gap: a study of women's experiences in three novels by Anita Desai309
The self and the 'monkey selfie': law, integrationism and the nature of the first-order/second-order distinction40
'with [our] entire breath': military suburbanization on Guam and Craig Santos Perez's literature of resistance20
The No Point Shaggy Dog and Godot56
A return to the imaginary: Psychoanalysis and travel in Vernon Lee's travel essays130
Lyric memoir: aging poetically in the poems of Derek Walcott76
On the relevance of Bernstein for German-speaking Switzerland37
Dialogue, the dandy and divided self: individualism in selected works of Oscar Wilde204
Prenatal genetic screening in Hong Kong as a site for activity analysis: re-establishing the importance of participant structure in intercultural encounters49
Styling bilinguals: how structurally distinctive code-switching styles index social groups in Hong Kong71
The challenge of subject-area writing: a diagnostic study of L2 students' argumentative history essays288
Two Ways of Articulating Heterogeneity in Korean American Narratives of Ethnic Identity50
Integrationism and the Self: Reflections on the Legal Personhood of Animals4
Is there such a thing as standard English?246
Semiotic landscape in the periphery: Examining the discursive infrastructure of transnational labor migration in Hong Kong12
Issues regarding ethicsapplication for anongoing PhD project23
The (De-)Centring Spaces of Airports: Framing Mobility and Multilingualism51
The Judge as a Godfather, Scholar, Educator, and Scolding Parent: judicial discourse in Cantonese Courtrooms in Hong Kong65
Tourism discourse in Hong Kong : (self-)orientalism, performativity and elitism14
Language policy, 'Asia's World City', and anglophone Hong Kong poetry46
The Concept of Secondary Orality: Observations about Speech and Text in Modern Communications Media33
The making of the Kong Girl (港女) and the heterosexual marketplace140
Genetic counseling in multilingual and multicultural contexts76
The constructional status of nominative and infinitives in Dutch33
Removing linguistic barriers to justice: a study of official reference texts for unrepresented litigants in Hong Kong92
Cross-linguistic differences in implicit language learning74
Literacy and Literature: priorities in English studies towards 200025
Orwell and Kipling: Global Visions183
You and I: John Ashbery's Open Invitation28
On conjunctions in Cantonese43
Ayam tim and babi chin:typological convergence in Baba Malay71
Pacific Ghost Stories: John Kneubuhl and Oral History49
Towards an aesthetics of cliché: cultural recycling and contemporary fiction216
The Pen is Mightier than the Sword? Thackeray's Battles in Vanity Fair17
The use of adjective patterns in Hong Kong secondary school students' writing: a case study730
Community and Solitude: Privacy, the Study and the Room in A Room of One's Own49
Essentialism, codification and the sociolinguistics of identity69
Community college marketization in Hong Kong : a critical discourse analysis of student stories29
Secret Sydney54
Theory in Practice: Teaching Literary Criticism in Hong Kong67
The expression of future meanings in Cantonese and English verb phrases55
Designing groupwork activities: a case study37
Beyond fear and loathing in SG: towards a(n official) view of Singlish as complementary and not competing59
Genetic counselling/consultation from a communication perspective39
Dressing Britain in words : social implications of Catherine Gore's vestimentary writing in her silver-fork novels41
A Century of Travels in China: Critical Essays on Travel Writing from the 1840s to the 1940s78
L1-based prototypicality effects in L2 vocabulary learning127
Two poems: 'Happy Birthday' and 'Lessons'33
Agnes Smedley– the Fellow-Traveler’s Tales40
Understanding the semiotic specificity of law through the eyes of unrepresented litigants74
The study of Hong Kong English vocabulary, with particular reference to the study of official and political discourse in the HKSAR490
Easily being influenced to be gay and feminine: Constructing teenage boys' agency and non-agency in sexist and homophobic discourses in China4
'Missionaries, Materials, and the Making of the Modern World': A Conference at the University of Cambridge29
Within language, through language, beyond language: the portmanteau-word neologism as agent and emblem of contingent change40
Stylistics: foregrounding and the search for objectivity (with particular reference to Edwin Muir's ��Variations ona time theme')318
David Deterding, Singapore English (Dialects of English). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007. Pp. 135. ISBN: 978-0-7486-2545-1.23
Hong Kong eurasian memoirs: identity and voices282
Englishes in an age of reimagining: Perspectives from multicultural Asia27
Commodification and marketisation of genetic testing through online direct-to-consumer platforms in Hong Kong85
Vocabulary acquisition in second language: a comparison between paired associates and sentence contexts376
Zen Buddhism in selected works of J.D. Salinger465
Tom Stoppard's 'Arcadia'62
‘It’s not acceptable for the husband to stay at home’. Gendering conceptualisations of work34
A study of the functions and of the presentations of Cantonese sentence particles344
Language attitudes in Hong Kong: the status of Putonghua and English in the 21st Century1164
New Black Fiction of East Asia41
The quest for truth: an examination of simulacra and simulations in Paul Auster's the New York trilogy235
Conditions of Music43
Semiotic profile: Roy Harris88
Literacy & Book Production53
Written in Nanking: The politics of feminine details in The Mother47
Students' perceptions of instructional language practices in the English classroom: a case study of asecondary one class in Hong Kong186
Hong Kong comic books, the 1950's to the 1990's59
Colloquial Singaporean English (Singlish)71
English in the Hong Kong classroom: a study of student participation in language lessons225
Definition in law: Transgender identities and marriage49
Universal BRCA1/BRCA2 testing for ovarian cancer patients is welcomed, but with care: how women and staff contextualize experiences of expanded access43
The effects of written teacher commentary on student writing976
'To Be Worthy of the Suffering and Survival': Chinese Memoirs and the Politics of Sympathy'87
Lightly Separate38
Language ideologies in elite job interviews29
Roy Harris and integrational linguistics106
Exploring the sources of authority over word meaning in transgender jurisprudence21
Names in urban landscapes: reality and the ‘myth of reference40
Categorization and L2 vocabulary learning: a cognitive linguistic perspective367
Attitudes and practices regarding the generic masculine pronouns in Hong Kong295
Comic China: Representing Common Ground, 1890-194540
The film versions of Mr. Wu35
Breath as metaphor of sovereignty and connectedness in Pacific island poetry134
The study of "fluency" in English: with reference to corpus linguistic data from Hong Kong and GreatBritain219
Jurisprudential Musings in a Martial Arts Thriller: Peter Chan's Wu Xia36
Marking Chinese Differences in English56
From language to cognition and identity: critical reflections3
Corelli's Criticism of her Fellow Novelists'69
John Everett Millais's 'Bubbles' and the Commercialization of Art46
A sociolinguistic investigation of professional mobility and multicultural healthcare communication31
A critical study of Chinese translations of Oliver Twist and David Copperfield345
Corelli on the Women's Vote'41
Realism in George Eliot and Fanny Lewald: 'Separateness and Communication', the Anxiety of Influence, or Differences without Contact?24
The Painted Veil: Re-inventing the Colonial Woman and the Hinterland Narrative159
System, order, creativity : models of the human in twentieth-century linguistic theories110
On the limits of genetic responsibility: Communication and consent for tumour testing for Lynch syndrome26
Constructing cultural identities in multicultural workplaces in Hong Kong62
Letter vs. spirit of the law and literal vs. free translation37
Authorship and authority: a study of Jorge Luis Borges and Vladimir Nabokov332
Metaphors of sadness: intraconceptual and interconceptual variation390
Everyday law in the court writing of Sybille Bedford48
Martin Haspelmath: a grammar of Lezgian98
Linguistics and the Third Reich: Mother-tongue Fascism, Race and the Science of Language59
Keats's poems related to those of some of his friends: C.C. Clarke, Leigh Hunt, J.H. Reynolds, William Hazlitt,Charles Lamb, Charles Wells, Horace Smith and B.W. Procter296
The coherence of George Herbert's The temple, 1633 edition203
Code-switching and multilingualism in literature2
How (not) to Globalize Oceania: Ecology and Politics in Contemporary Pacific Island Performance Arts35
Editors' preface25
Interpreter-mediated legal-lay communication in the era of globalization: Nigerians in Chinese criminal courts18
Artist (poet) as critic: T.S. Eliot's modernist ambiguities : turning the old upside down272
Introduction: Interdisciplinary perspectives on English in China75
Saussure's notion of the arbitrary nature of the sign, with special reference to orthography290
Implicit learning of tonal rules in Thai as a second language320
"Imagination's Commonwealth": Edmund Blunden's Hong Kong dialogue170
Studies in Chaucer's poetic diction278
English Literature in China92
Back to Blavatsky: The impact of theosophy on modern linguistics113
English in multilingual Hong Kong40
Phonocentrism and the concept of Volk: the case of modern China45
Raising in German, Dutch and English51
‘Looking nice for my husband is a full-time job’: humour as a means to challenge hegemonic femininities32
From "Soldier's Dream" to "Veteran's Dream": acts of redress in postwar war poems21
Faculty-student engagement in teaching observation and assessment: a Hong Kong initiative39
Radically usage-based diachronic construction grammar and the development of non-deontic be bound to16
Reader response and the dynamics of plot211
Corelli's Criticism of Kipling'41
Locating Louise Ho: The Place of English Poetry in Hong Kong84
Becoming the intelligible other: speaking intersex bodies against the grain20
Too obvious to translate? Legal formality and Chinese varieties in the Hong Kong magistrate’s court52
Colonial Cosmopolitanism: Constance Cumming and Isabella Bird in Hong Kong, 187894
The place/s of Tagalog in Hong Kong’s Central district: Negotiating center-periphery dynamics5
Word into image : cinematic elements in Caryl Phillips's fiction399
New paradigms for BRCA1/BRCA2 testing in women with ovarian cancer: results of the Genetic Testing in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer (GTEOC) study17
Envisioning alternative interiors: space and ecology in Margaret Atwood's short stories and Orys and Crake222
'We beat 'em': Nationalism and the hegemony of homogeneity in the British press reportage of Germany versus England during Euro 2000116
Oscar Wilde and China in late nineteenth century Britain: aestheticism, orientalism, and the making of modernism720
Modern Chinese criticism in the context of globalization67
Colonial Cosmopolitanism: Isabella Bird and Constance Cumming in Hong Kong, 187832
Combining the macro, meso and micro in identity research in health care interactions56
Code-mixing: exploring indigenous words in ICE-HK32
Metaphors in the information age: how do computers create a new world view?193
An investigation into Hong Kong junior secondary students' perception on the use of poetry in the English classroom318
A study of Chinua Achebe's five novels in relation to Fredric Jameson's concepts of "national allegory" and "third worldliterature"300
'There is still life in the old grey mare although she ‘ain’t what she used to be!’ : Peranakan English – Evolution and authenticity40
Excommunicated on the grounds of Harrisy. Roy Harris, Linguistics and freedom of speech61
The strategies of the popular novel: Marie Corelli's feminine sublime and the aesthetic of the dream78
Tourism in Myanmar: Discursive Patterning and Development7
Winter's End47
Exotic harem paintings: Gender, documentation, and imagination72
"Half of life": male voices in the novels of Carol Shields420
Gesture and Movement in Tourist Spaces68
Saving the '(Hong) Kong Girl' stereotype in social media discourse324
Lord Jim: A Character in Search of a Plot75
Oderic of Pordenone'54
Claude Levi-Strauss'53
Ambiguities of Biography: Introducing Rita Dove's Lyric Life Writing63
Infinitival copular complement clauses in English: Explaining the predominance of passive matrix verbs79
Disappearance of Subject: Mao's Yan'an Forum Talks Revisited (with Xiaoyi Zhou)62
Some thoughts on the processes of creating an affectively motivated assemblage: a case on the Umbrella Movement in Hong Kong, 201419
Learning English through film: a case study of the effect on S4 students' attitudes384
Language policies, national development and the role of English in post-colonial Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong356
The picture, the parable, the performance and the sword: secularism’s demographic imperatives17
Identity, part and whole: Toni Morrison's Beloved and The Bluest Eye288
Ordinary Meaning, Change and the Law36
Cosmopolitan Nationalism in the Victorian Empire: Ireland, India and the Politics of Alfred Webb64
A contrastive study of the verbs bring and take in English and similar verbs in Cantonese37
The Linguistics of Writing: Arguments between Language and Literature74
'This is Our City': Realism and the Sentimentality of Place in David Simon's The Wire78
Powerful obsession: variations on a theme in four fictions : Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Joseph Conrad's Heart ofdarkness, William Golding's Lord of the flies and The spire332
"Yet what connects those dots": The Slim Rim of Fear in Major Jackson's Hoops70
Dickens's "Pious Fraud": The popular press and the moral suasion of fictional narrative77
The importance of learner training for high achievers in self-directedlearning185
New directions in English prosody: Tone in (some) New Englishes31
Challenging hegemonic femininities? The discourse of trailing spouses in Hong Kong112
Hu(l)man Medi(t)ations: Intercultural explorations in Keri Hulme’s The Windeater / Te Kaihau110
Language and social identity: An integrationist critique144
Introducing Semiotic Landscapes97
Hong Kong Weather and the Exotic Hollywood Romance39
Gender and sociopragmatics22
A syllabic dictionary of the Chinese language74
Chance, Gender and Laughter54
The myth of the fixed code theory in the use of traffic light systems in Hong Kong82
Placing the Umbrella: an imagined community created from the integration of the online and offline18
Introduction: China Abroad. Nation and Diaspora in a Chinese Frame63
Matter and manner in Shakespeare's comedies232
Writing Along Broken Lines: Violence and Ethnicity in Contemporary Maori Fiction138
John Berryman's Pronouns: Open Burials and the Tall Tale39
Rethinking Law Writing: Alfred’s Domboc in Legal and Literary Context6
Have a break and the changing demands of trade mark registration60
The migrant experience, identity politics, and representation in postcolonial London: contemporary BritishNovels by Zadie Smith, Hanif Kureishi and Monica Ali422
Locked rooms: map-ability and cramped spaces in contemporary fiction and culture6
Vocabulary teaching strategies: a case study of five english teachers in a band 3 school in Hong Kong847
Tracing the history of deontic NCI patterns in Dutch: A case of polysemy copying91
Another view of The Language Instinct76
Information structure and the diachronic development of adjectival complementation37
The Exotic Daniel Deronda44
Toward a theory of dramatic adaptation: with special reference to Shakespearean and Ming Qing adaptations206
Media Mythologies: The Case of Triad Language36
Tess of the D'Urbervilles (Penguin Student Editions)53
Banal Globalization? Embodied Actions and Mediated Practices in Tourists' Online Photo Sharing67
The impact of the English language school-based assessment in the HongKong certificate of education examination on the teaching andassessment practices of teachers of secondary four lower-proficiencylearners: a case study355
Comparative literature and its ideological functions in China95
Conversation with Jessica Rudd: High Heels and Politics17
The dilemma of legal multilingualism42
British Literature, 1970-2000: an overview53
Imperialist Narrative'55
Translations as evidence for semantics: An illustration134
Language Use, Proficiency and Attitudes in Hong Kong736
Language and literacy practices in personal genetic testing in Hong Kong39
Relevance, accommodation and conversation: Modeling the social dimension of communication147
Hong Kong English literature database124
English Language Policy as Ideology in Multilingual Khorog, Tajikistan61
The changing roles of English in two key public sectors in post-colonial Hong Kong315
History, Hybridity and Ethnicity in the Works of Timothy Mo and Caryl Philips80
Fall and response: Alan Duff's shameful autoethnography61
The Art of Gothic Terror: a study of Edgar Allan Poe's tales523
A comparative study of three translations of Gan Xiao Liu Ji319
Mediated interpreting in communicative Health Literacy - the dentist's role in designating styles50
Defining ordinary words for mundane objects: legal lexicography, ordinary language and the word vehicle61
Language and identities – cultural dynamics in international institutions23
Treat him as a normal baby: paediatrician's framing of parental responsibility as advice in the management of a genetic condition108
Assassinating the Avant-Garde: Mu Shiying: China's Lost Modernist30
ACI and NCI FIND and the evolution of evidentiality in Modern English expository texts: A case study in corpus-based diachronic construction grammar45
Learning Spanish in Hong Kong: a study of a lone language learner's experience294
Sleepwalkers in the cities of Dostoevsky and T.S. Eliot220
Of Presence, Language and Screens: Virtual Reality and the Non-Hermeneutic Field8
Hong Kong English: Exploring Lexicogrammar and Discourse from a Corpus-Linguistic Perspective37
Temporal Rifts in Hong Kong: the Slow Arts of Protest6
The predicament of reform at the University of Hong Kong52
How do laymen make sense of the law: a case study of unrepresented litigants in Hong Kong14
Reading mixed reception: the case of The Satanic Verses29
Talk and silence in The Interrogation108
A stylistic approach to J.R.R. Tolkien's: Thehobbit and The lord of the rings340
Definition in law: Transgender identities and marriage15
Epilogue: The moiré effect and the art of assemblage46
Stephen King's popular Gothic: Gothic meta-fiction, ideology, scatology and (re)construction of community311
Beyond anthropocentrism : environmentalist concerns in contemporary literature301
Murakami’s experimentation with the sublime in Hard-boiled wonderland and the end of the world and Kafka on the shore78
'All is not Well in the world' : critical cosmopolitanism in twenty-first century fiction760
Language and Law / Multilingual Legal Order86
Gender stereotype in social media discourse103
Author and reader in Renaissance texts: Fulk Greville, Sidney, and Prince Henry35
Language and Society in Hong Kong: The Social Survey of Languages in the 1980s70
Gesture and Movement in Tourist Spaces71
Why are lexical tones difficult to learn?: Insights from the incidental learning of tone-segment connections19
Questions of masculinity In querelle of brest by Jean Genet and A single man by Christopher Isherwood230
Staging transactions: footprints beyond losses and gains267
Abandoning the simple by disintegrating the sign? Semiological reflections on Edda Weigand’s (meta)theory41
I Like the Chinese!’: Thorbecke and Schiff's Peking Studies'30
Death, existence and limit in the works of Maurice Blanchot192
Literary citizenship in the writing of Oceania: The example of Samoan literature54
The Cross-cultural Confluence of Museum and Theatre in Victoria Kneubuhls Hawaiian Plays60
In a Chinese wonderland: comic travels in China in the Interwar Period18
Conan Doyle: Writing, Profession, and Practice66
Analysing Visual Imagery: Connecting Semiotic and Cognitive Perspectives48
Inventing the Past: Memory Work in Culture and History124
Indeterminacy in sociolinguistic and integrationist theory48
Online Writing as a Discovery Process: Synchronous Collaboration23
Corelli's Criticism of Tennyson and Swinburne'35
'Introduction' to Marco Polo66
The neo-victorian-at-sea towards a global memory of the victorian31
Things people speak?: A response to Orman's 'Linguistic diversity and language loss: A view from integrational linguistics' with rejoinder46
Ghostly guidance: transgression as restoration and reorientation in Pacific theatre35
Global modernity and linguistic universality: The invention of modern Chinese language136
Language and politics: use and abuse of language in political rhetoric479
Images of English: old people as second-language learners in Hong Kong189
Uncertain terms : creating, mediating and activating the portmanteau from Carroll to Vladislavić267
Lawrence Durrell's the Alexandria quartet195
Investigating gender in students' English learning beliefs in an English as a second language (ESL) class224
Toward the common good : G.L. Dickinson and China265
The interrelation of pronouns and reflexives by Hong Kong bilingual children41
Perceptions and practices of code-mixing in MSN among secondary schoolstudents in Hong Kong303
Cross-Jurisdiction Discourse on Legal Multilingualism51
Trilingual development of a pair of twins in Hong Kong: implications for the multilingual development of youngchildren273
Transitions in Mental Health Care in Hong Kong 19
Communities of Practice in Language Research10
The Secret Secret Sharer114
The Establishment of the Professional Society of Genetic Counselors in Asia: A Report from the Genetic Counseling Pre-Conference Workshop held at the 11th Asia-Pacific Conference on Human Genetics in Hanoi, Viet Nam. 42
Conrad's magic circles53
Constructing Identity on Facebook33
Nature and the crisis in global civilizational values12
The nominative and infinitive in English and Dutch: An exercise in contrastive diachronic construction grammar102
Norms of pronunciation and the sociolinguistics of Cantonese in Hong Kong375
Documenting the entrenchment of the (non-)committing BE SAID TO construction in Late Modern English30
A study of the acquisition of vocabulary presented in semantic sets and thematic sets and learners' perceptions of the two presentationmethods438
The Atlas of Languages: The Origin and Development of Languages Throughout the World61
Crossing boundaries: postmodern realities in the selected works of Haruki Murakami and Rana Dasgupta466
Comparative literature in China'65
The Dutch evidential NCI: A case of constructional attrition88
From High Society to Workplace Reality: An Analysis of Gendered Discourses in Media and Workplaces in Hong Kong75
Imperial Globalization and Colonial Transactions: "African Lugard" and the University of Hong Kong49
The Semantics Of The Word Person: Historical, Legal And Linguistic Metaphorical Reflections16
Black humor in Raymond Carver's short fiction248
Map readers46
Mind the gap: What code-switching in literature can teach us about code-switching3
The bilingual trial : access to interpreting, communication and participation in Chinese criminal courts148
Review: 'Aesthetics of Cultural Studies', by Michael Berube48
The sociolinguistics of written Chinese in local comic booksubculture: stigmatised language varieties inHong Kong226
Basic level salience in second language acquisition: A study of English vocabulary learning by Chinese adults91
Fused though antagonistic elements: a study of Walt Whitman's paradoxical vision of life201
Postimperial landscapes: "Psychogeography" and Englishness in Alan Moore's graphic novel From Hell: A Melodrama in Sixteen Parts38
Revisiting English prosody: (Some) New Englishes as tone languages?87
Still looking back: modern American postcolonial pairings166
A study of the relation between experience and expression in English poetry, especially that of George Meredith, G.M. Hopkins and RobertBridges389
Law, the classification of mundane entities and ordinary meaning24
China in English literature of the romantic period286
Diachronic Approaches to Modality in World Englishes: Introduction to the Special Issue69
Language, responsibility, (ex)communication7
Style and stance in mediated performance55
Trivial, mundane or revealing? Food as a lens on ethnic norms in workplace talk17
Gendering the Empire: Women's Orientalist Paintings36
Language and gender representations in the reality television show Survivor: the Amazon699
Universal vs. language-specific properties of grammaticalized complementizers: two case studies in multi-functionality252
Law in the Hands of the Scribes: Book-making, Legal Temporality and the Forest Charter in the Fourteenth Century5
Discourse on equal authenticity in bilingual jurisdictions56
"We can’t let it happen": Risk talk in telephone consultations between nurses and parents of infants with a genetic condition112
"That other world that was the world": a study of the short fiction of Katherine Mansfield and NadineGordimer217
Interactional Difficulties as a Resource for Patient Participation in a Prenatal Counseling Setting in Hong Kong27
Chinese-American mothers and daughters: the novels of Amy Tan247
Can modifiers occur after nouns in Cantonese?47
Language and identity in Facebook.40
Schmidt, Richard59
Singapore women's writing in the global market: Hwee Hwee Tan's Foreign Bodies36
Humour in Microblogging: Exploiting Linguistic Humour Strategies for Identity Construction in Two Facebook Focus Groups57
A passage to Kowloon Tong: Paul Theroux and Hong Kong 199754
Amelia Edwards’s picturesque views of Cairo: touring the land, framing the foreign54
The genomic quagmire of risk and uncertainty: Can communication scholars contribute to making the way through?18
The emergency of online community of practice among users of direct-to-consumer genetic testing discussion forum in China8
'Diachrony and synchrony: a comparative study of the opening paragraphs of Jane Eyre and Wide Sargasso Sea'77
Early On27
Postmodern strategies in selected works of Milan Kundera336
Language, knowledge and reality: The integrationist on name variation228
'Substantial similarity of expression' in copyright infringement actions: a linguistic perspective36
Querying heteronormativity among transnational Pasifika teenagers in New Zealand: An Oceanic approach to language and masculinity14
Sri Lanka Malay54
Interactive Approaches to Teaching Literature in Hong Kong67
Inventing China: The Use of Orientalist Views on the Chinese Language69
Affective Realism: Ella Sykes's Post-Romantic travels in Persia40
Tone in Singlish: substrate features from Sinitic and Malay65
Scientific ‘facts’ and ‘reality’ in linguistics and beyond42
Shadow and stone: Figures of memory in Caribbean poetry48
Language, sexuality and place: The view from cyberspace26
A return to romance: Winifred Holtby's spinster novels from between the wars130
The role of grammar in the teaching of English in Hong Kong secondary schools: a study of form 2 ESL teachers'beliefs and practices455
Parents’ Experiences of Array Comparative Genomic Hybridisation Tests, When Requested by a Paediatrician12
Interdisciplinarity: The practice and practicality of thinking through multiple fields6
Genetic counseling in multicultural and multilingual contexts9
Re-imagining Hong Kong–China from the sidelines: fruit Chan's little Cheung and Durian Durian72
Landscaping and the autoglottic space: a case of the Umbrella Movement15
An analysis of Chinese learners' difficulties in writing English309
'For to seken straunge strondes': Translating Chaucer Hospitably in Refugee Tales68
The view from the periphery: the voices of self in transnational narratives29
Between sensation and sign: the secret language of the waves91
Dealing with linguistic diversity : a case study on team communication within a multinational corporation in Asia213
Prior linguistic knowledge influences implicit language learning117
Coming ashore: Conrad changes the subject57
Reading cases in interdisciplinary studies of law and literature30
Four ways of looking at a keyword introduction31
Use of patient-specific estimates in patient evaluation and rehabilitation58
Popular versus scientific linguistics: integrational reflections53
Puckish Protesting in the Hong Kong Umbrella Movement127
'Peter is a dumb nut’: Status Updates and Reactions to Them as ‘Acts of Positioning’ in Facebook62
Constructions of black identity in the works of Toni Morrison and Caryl Phillips262
Review: Displacing Desire: Travel and Popular Culture in China, by Beth E. Notar55
Law lessons for linguists? Accountability and acts of professional classification40
Going native: honesty in the romantic formation of aboriginality37
'Raising' in English, Dutch and German64
Negotiation of norms of appropriateness in online Guanxi practices29
One Colonialism, Two Colonialisms: Teaching Heart of Darkness in Hong Kong65
Gibraltar's position in the Dynamic Model of Postcolonial English3
Facts and meanings in British cultural studies38
Looming Islands3
Nostalgia in postmodern science fiction film337
How experience shapes individual differences among second language learners: a biographical study of Hong Konglearners in five age groups270
British and French language and educational policies in the Mandate and Trusteeship Territories26
Locked Rooms: Map-ability and Cramped Spaced in Contemporary Fiction and Culture8
Island logic and the decolonization of the Pacific50
Obscenity and marginality: the problem of the complicit censor49
Hateful Hills and Joyful Dread: Emotive ”Filler Words” in the Old English Metrical Psalms7
Language, culture and reification : linguistic negotiations in international institutions452
Insiders' and outsiders' perspectives: indigenous cultural knowledge in circulation33
The importance of being "in time" : an integrational linguistic approach230
Revisiting BE SUPPOSED TO from a diachronic construction grammar perspective39
'Exoticism in Anglo-Indian Women's Fiction, 1880-1920'63
With others and for others: Accounting for decisions about genetic testing in the clinic105
Seeing Yanko Goorall77
"Opaque rings of earth": landscape description in Conrad's Africa and Asia352
British left-wing writers and China: Harold Laski, W.H. Auden and Joseph Needham530
The Asian American voice: a Critical Discourse Analysis (CDA) approach to rap lyrics1084
Marie Corelli's The sorrows of satan: Novelistic Bestseller, dramatic failure54
Sentiment, orientalism and American women writers in Republican China244
“Isn’t It Funny!” Comic Representations of China, 1880–194521
Modes of explanations in telephone genetic counselling for G6PD deficiency49
Historicising the Legal Construction of Lesbianism50
I-interlanguage and typology: the case of topic-prominence110
Poetic metaphor and everyday metaphor: a corpus-based contrastive study of metaphors of SADNESS in poetry and non-literary discourse89
Walter Benjamin and colonial urban culture20
Two Languages, One Law12
Periphery in the age of reimagining: Vernaculars and vitality in urban multicultural Asia33
In other worlds: cities and elsewhere in modernism198
Of Postmodern Chronotopes, Cyberspace and the Ontology of Multiple Worlds70
Lay Litigation Behaviour in Postcolonial Hong Kong Courtrooms55
Speech or conduct? Law, censorship and taboo language8
The contribution of construction in Chinese sentence comprehension: the motivation of construction learning for both L1 and L2 Chinese speakers21
Brothers in arms: Family language in wilfred owen64
Degree adverbs in Hong Kong and Singapore English53
The Function of Names in U.S. Presidential Debates—Some Recent Powerplays51
Nationalism, Internationalism, the Cold War: Crossing Literary-Cultural Boundaries in 1950s Hong Kong91
Lay participation of common law: understanding the semiotic specificity of law through the eyes of unrepresented litigants20
'ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US': Heteroglossia, language and laughter48
Building and analysing corpora of computer-mediated communication23
Language As Identity In Language Policy Discourse: Reflections On A Political Ideology78
An integrational response to Searlean realism, or how language does not relate to consciousness71
Mapping Hong Kong89
'This poll has not happened yet': Temporal play in election predictions106
Law against humanity in Peter Chan Ho-sun’s Wu Xia44
The Unity and Authorship of the Old English Advent Lyrics29
Locating Anglophone Writing in Sinophone Hong Kong79
Because after he is eighteen years old, his comprehensive ability will be a bit different from today: Children’s participation in genetic counselling interactions6
Pre-Victorian Ways of seeing and writing nature33
China abroad: Travels, subjects, spaces83
Critical Zone 249
The silent eye: approaches to aporia in modern literature481
Passing three hurdles: representations of Henrik Ibsen's Nora in twentieth century Chinese theatre239
"[She] said: 'take the test' and I took the test". Relational work as a framework to approach directiveness in prenatal screening of Chinese clients in Hong Kong89
A corpus-based diachronic investigation of metaphorical containers of sadness in English80
Memory and its relation to history and identity in novels today254
Shaw's heroes: varieties of imagination and the shavian protagonists218
Hong Kong's New Senior Secondary (NSS) English language curriculum: perspectives from corpus linguistics43
On the sequential ordering of adverbs in Mandarin Chinese52
Strategies of silence: Omission and ambiguity in the black book of Polish censorship76
Beware of the dogs: a contrastive discourse analysis of national identities and discrimination in Hong Kong andChinese newspapers651
Verb topicalization in Cantonese51
Hong Kong English and the internet289
Caught in a labyrinth: the notion of vulnerability in selected works of Tennessee Williams196
Raymond Williams and British cultural studies69
Mainland Chinese research postgraduate students' attitudes to using English in an English-medium university in Hong Kong419
Indigenous cultural capital : postcolonial narratives in post-Mabo Australian children's literature281
Language and Law: a resource book for students98
Unmeaning Phrases: Shaggy Dog Humor and the Practice of Frames41
Corpus-based diachronic construction grammar at work: tracing the history of Dutch deontic NCI patterns80
Fruit Chan's Durian Durian65
Exploring inferences prompted by reading a very short story28
How to write essays and dissertations: a guide for English literature students (2nd ed.)77
The dead-end of an autonomous linguistics: rereading Simmel and Saussure on system, value and exchange76
Zheng Jianqing. A Lovers Soliloquy. Review of Poetry19
New Directions in Travel Writing Studies87
Ayer Hitam63
Compensatory strategies of adult first language attrition of Dutch247
The effectiveness of wikis for project-based learning in different disciplines in higher education64
Instagram abroad: performance, consumption and colonial narrative in tourism66
English in Hongkong: responsibility and ideology14
Individual and Lyric History in "Audubon: A Vision"26
Walking the country21
Reading Jean Rhys : empire, modernism and the politics of the visual368
"The non-humanist humanist": Edward W. Said and his critical practice263
Challenging hegemonic femininities? The discourse of trailing spouses in Hong Kong425
Signs unfounded and confounded. A reply to Søren Lund.97
Introduction: humanism, existentialism and integrational semiology37
Tropical Hong Kong: Narratives of absence and presence in Hollywood and Hong Kong films of the 1950s and 1960s64
'You have to teach the judge what to do': Semiotic gaps between unrepresented litigants and the common law42
0.01 cm: Affectivity and Space in Chungking Express393
Cross-border talk: Mong Cai and the Sino-Vietnamese border69
Not so super: The ontology of 'supervernaculars'40
Languages in Contact140
A generation 'betwixt and between': youth, gender and modernity in 1920s and 30s middlebrow women's writing303
The English language and the internet: a casestudy of Hong Kong363
Short of Breath49
English literary studies and China's modernity71
Communication theory and integrational semiology. The constitutive metamodel revisited’38
"Worldwide education": a study of English in International Schools50
Reperceiving Weather in Hong Kong Films57
Diasporic Chineseness After the Rise of China: Communities and Cultural Production170
Pragmatics is the Way of the Future: An Interview with Neal Norrick2
A case study of teachers' and students' perception of mixed-code teaching in the F1 English classes of a Hong Kong (CMI) secondaryschool266
"You have to be adaptable, obviously": Constructing professional identities in multicultural workplaces in Hong Kong140
Korean Discourse and Identity: Lessons from Heritage Language Research49
Critique of Law in a Martial Arts Thriller: the Peril of Emotions, Limits of Rationality, and Pluralistic Laws76
Recent quantitative changes in the use of modals and quasi-modals in the Hong Kong, British and American printed press: Exploring the potential of Factiva® for the diachronic investigation of World Englishes143
‘Bad Infinity,’ Newspapers, and the Victorian Novel4
Literature and the Anthropocene337
Wilfred Owen's Voices: Language and Community758
'Anthony Trollope’s “Newspaper Scribblers”: Forms of Public Opinion'16
The purposes of playing on the post civil war stage: The politics of affection in William Davenant's dramatic theory34
Advice, authority and autonomy in Shared Decision-Making in antenatal screening: the importance of context76
'It's just a likelihood': Uncertainty as topic and resource in conveying 'positive' results in an antenatal screening clinic49
English in Asia54
The Umbrella Revolution: Hong Kong's Civil Disobedience Movement9
The art of losing: Beyond java, patois and postvernacular vitality – Repositioning the periphery in global Asian ecologies39
Official language policy in Hong Kong: with particular reference to the Legislative Council559
Introduction: Language and globalization in South and Central Asian spaces60
Diachrony and synchrony: two modes of narrative representation53
"So, what test do you prefer?" Negotiating politic behaviour in an L2 prenatal genetic counselling setting in Hong Kong87
From 'career woman' to 'home maker', 'mother' and 'tai tai'. Constructing and negotiating gendered identities by trailing spouses in Hong Kong68
The Otiose Labour of William Darker: Some Light on Ambiguous Strokes in 15th 16th Century English Manuscripts11
Critical Zone 2: A Forum for Chinese and Western Knowledge61
Teaching in two tongues: language alternationof bilingual teachers in English language lessons in Hong Kongsecondary schools273
Semantics and the 'etymological fallacy' fallacy362
Social class discourse and the online construction of a 'permanent underclass'3
Teaching Literature and Empathy: Robert Vischer on Aesthetics and the Optical Sense of Form22
The distinct development of the English and Dutch 'nominative and infinitive' constructions46
Solitude and community: Virginia woolf, spatial privacy and a Room of One's Own294
Tag questions in Hong Kong English: a corpus-based study150
The rhetoric of John Donne's divine sonnets221
Chinese-style learning autonomy in self-access learning centers (SALC)in the Hong Kong context: a case study in onesecondary school342
Caryl Phillips'85
Kaduva of privileged power, instrument of rural empowerment? The politics of English (and Sinhala and Tamil) in Sri Lanka81
"To be worthy of the suffering and survival": Chinese memoirs and the politics of writing655
Media stylistics240
Understanding writing strategy use from a sociocultural perspective: a multiple-case study of Chinese EFLlearners of different writing abilities314
Learning English through language arts: the perceptions of form one students of a newly established Chinese-as-the-medium-of-instruction (CMI) school229
Contrastive verb valency and conceptual structures in the verbal lexicon93
Hong Kong English in the eyes of Hong Kong people : does it have a place?420
Evaluating learning gain in a self-access language learning centre: case studies of six low proficiencystudents281
Literacy criticism and ideology95
Between self and subjectivity: women in threenovels by Jean Rhys261
A study of lexical innovations in Hong Kong English548
Universal structures in telephone conversation openings.35
'The significance is in the selection': Identifying contemporary keywords24
Literary Citizenship in the Writing of Oceania: The Example of John Kneubuhl and Albert Wendt62
Imagining the other : how the US responds to China's rise191
Exploring face, identity and relationship management in disagreements in business meetings in Hong Kong51
The contemporary history of press commentaries on the English languagein Hong Kong (1 January 1997 to 30 June 1997)177
Contrastive analysis in language: Identifying linguistic units of comparison136
A Century of English in Hong Kong59
Professional and parental responsibility in the management of risk in children affected by a genetic disorder110
Corpora and intuition: a study of Mandarin Chinese adverbial clauses and subjecthood87
Theological aesthetics and missionary intervention in non-Christian cultures, with reference to Polynesian History17
Language and Sexuality in Education22
Asian Masculinity, Eurasian Identity, and Whiteness in Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices Trilogy38
Integrating the ‘real’44
Cultural interventions: Repositioning hip hop education in India12
Searching the academy: a Chinese Opera and the rule of Law69
Pound, Modernism and literary criticism: a reply to Donald Davie35
Tales of (dis)possession and discovery: the literary translator in Xiaolu Guo’s I am China (2014) and Nina Schuyler’s The Translator (2013)30
Mapping Conrad’s Colonial City: Singapore in 'The End of the Tether'16
"Of human bondage": Somerset Maugham in China673
Adaptive re-use: Producing neo-victorian space in Hong Kong62
Short of Breath32
Language, Modern Communication and Education31
Does Hong Kong have a language policy tradition?215
The Nordic Movement: Racial Ideology As Elite Discourse In An Age Of Mass Culture35
Anthony Trollope's 'Newspaper Scribblers' and a Culture of Publicity105
Linguistic identity: the language-culture interaction in multilingual institutions34
Space and female consciousness in Virginia Woolf's fiction: idealist and phenomenologicalperspectives273
'Early decisions' in prenatal genetic counselling sessions: negotiating the accomplishment of informed choice66
Hybridity as a new genre of literature : the works of Kazuo Ishiguro549
Burdens of the past: a study of Chinese-American writings191
Interpreting in Chinese Criminal Courts: what is the scope of expertise and who can be the expert29
Is the overt pronoun constraint learnable?64
A dictionary of Cantonese slang: the language of Hong Kong movies, street gangs and city life509
Magic and the great trust: the place of the intellectual in Mark Twain’s and Edward Bellamy’s visions of distant societies112
Space, signs and symbolic power in Chinese criminal courtrooms13
What do names do stand for?47
Contrastive diachronic construction grammar109
Arthur Conan Doyle and the consumption cure95
Identity, culture, and language: putting SLA back in context?94
Foreshadowing the postcolonial: representations of masculinity in the works of Joseph Conrad187
Translations English-German: poems by Hong Kong poets Eva Hung and Timothy Kaiser58
Integrating Rorty and (Social) Constructivism: A View from Harrisian Semiology69
Language Rights67
Textual play and authority in postmodernist metafiction175
Conversion and the aura of visual art: a Polynesian case study25
Applying diachronic construction grammar: the development of deontic 'be supposed to'84
'Gezegd worden + te-Inf. Een verdwenen evidentiele constructie.' [The disappearance of the Dutch evidential BE SAID TO construction.]48
An investigation into the effectiveness of and attitudes towards the keyword method and the context method in L2 vocabulary acquisition byCantonese-speaking Chinese learners in an English as the medium ofinstruction (EMI) secondary school in Hong Kong413
Metrolingual art: Multilingualism and heteroglossia59
The Search for a Total Dictionary of Chinese (Editor's Introduction)48
Definition In Theory And Practice: Language, Lexicography And The Law58
The 'dictator of taste': Rules, regularities and responsibilities76
Speaking through madness: women writing madness220
Peranakans English in Singapore64
The gift and the ethics of representing Aboriginality in Australian children's literature4
Effectiveness of comprehension strategies instruction on developing secondary 4 students' reading abilities571
Introducing elite discourse: The rhetorics of status, privilege, and power81
Asian Englishes in an age of reimagining12
The verbal construction of non-verbal behaviour: British press reports of president Clinton's grand jury testimony video94
Ideology and Political Meaning in Legal Translation9
Men at work: masculinity, solidarity and solitude in Conrad's Fiction201
Signs, Meaning and Experience: Integrational Approaches to Linguistics and Semiotics140
Gender(ed) fables of Maya Deren259
Objectification and transgender jurisprudence: the dictionary as quasi-statute68
Hip Hop headz in sex ed: Gender, agency, and styling in New Zealand26
Memory, understanding, imagination, and knowledge: the American postmodern realist novel104
Perceptions of mentors and mentees participating in an English language mentoring scheme at a university in Hong Kong237
English in Hong Kong: Emergence and Decline153
Brenda R. Weber: Women and Literary Celebrity in the Nineteenth Century: The Transatlantic Production of Fame and Gender99
The Victorians and China: Travels with Ships, Ideologies and Literature55
The bilingual trial: access to interpreting, communication and participation in Chinese criminal courts36
The musical elements in Ezra Pound's poetry291
The rule of metaphor and the rule of law: critical metaphor analysis in judicial discourse and reason392
Language policy and the Hong Kong Government in the post-1997 period229
A harvest of names: a study of the naming strategies in Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway and Joseph Conrad's heartof darkness240
Book review: Marshall Moore and Xu Xi, ed., The Queen of Statue Square: New Short Fiction from Hong Kong, Nottingham, UK: Critical, Cultural and Communications Press, 2014. 159 pgs.24
Crosslinguistic Differences in Implicit Language Learning113
Integrating humanities and medicine: A communication-oriented framework for collaborative research, teaching and knowledge exchange/ impact activities34
Speaker discrimination: citation tones vs. coarticulated tones10
“With [Our] Entire Breath”: The US Military Buildup on Guåhan (Guam) and Craig Santos Perez’s Literature of Resistance24
Ernest Bramah's Chinese Fictions13
What kind of feedback is appropriate for the journal writing of language learners?: action research in asecondary classroom in Hong Kong289
Styling bilinguals: Analyzing structurally distinctive code-switching styles in Hong Kong101
‘To be true one must find one’s kaupapa’: Moments of agency in Maori fiction93
'Diffidence, Privacy, and Retreat in Semi-colonial China: Peking Picnic's Laura Leroy'51
Modern Chinese Criticism: 20th Century” in The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism.61
'The part of Mr. Pickwick’s biographer': Charles Dickens, George W. M. Reynolds, and the construction of authorship46
The Postmodern Chronotope: Reading Space and Time in Contemporary Fiction132
Politeness and relational work in novel digital contexts of healthcare communication. 5
Online Language Crimes and Legal Interpretation7
George Orwell's Conrad218
Verb-preposition constructions in Hong Kong English: A cognitive semantic accountn42
In a Chinese Wonderland: Comic Travels in China Between the Wars12
Maps in Comics13
(Re)imagined communities : the spectrum of world literature and the spectre of national iterature234
Peter Ackroyd's 'Hawksmoor''79
Not just an 'Outer Circle', 'Asian' English: Singapore English and the significance of ecology74
A question of identity: a study of three Indian novels in English of the nineteen eighties309
Her shadow : tracing minor female characters in the Victorian novel9
The problem of China: British writings on China in the 1920s360
Cultural and Conceptual Relativism, Universalism and the Politics of Linguistics97
A comparative investigation of attitudes towards Taboo Language in English and Cantonese440
Grammar and world-view: a comparative investigation of the syntax of English and Chinese348
Both Sides of the Moon49
Myth as a transforming vision: a comparative approach to the roles of myth in Chinese fiction as exemplified byHung-lou meng218
Language and Culture at Work98
Allegories of Awakening: Melancholy, repetition and "race" in Charles Chesnutt's The House Behind the Cedars109
Modes of risk explanation in telephone consultations between nurses and parents for a genetic condition62
Labours Lost: William Caxton’s 'Otiose' Sorts, c. 1472-1482 8
Romantic identity theory and the dialects of China'54
A constraint hierarchy approach to the different distribution of reflexives in English and Greek220
Shopping and chatting: Reports of tourist-host interaction in the Gambia98
Exploring the sources of authority over the word meaning in transgender jurisprudence46
Languages in contact: a corpus-based study ofMalaysian newspaper English279
A man for all reasons: colonialism and the cult of masculine reticence in Kipling's writing370
A Female Poetics of Empire: From Eliot to Woolf1359
Moving poetry : Hong Kong children's poems98
The Splendour of Writing Poems35
The Hong Kong Cantonese Corpus: design and uses84
Gender impossibility? New boundary practices in Asian Chinese societies30
The word processor and ESL college basic writers: a study of writing quality, revision strategies, writingattitude and writing apprehension178
On describing Cantonese Grammar: typological and methodological perspectives45
Diachronic construction grammar and grammaticalization theory150
'The People’s Banner': Newspaper Form in the Novels of Anthony Trollope6
Advertising luxury residences in Hong Kong: a multimodal critical discourse analysis26
Conan Doyle and the Spirits38
The Arrival of Oceania: Ecology and Politics in Contemporary Pacific Island Performances24
Triad discourse in three social domains : a critical discourse analysis262
Renaissance Authors Addressing Their Books54
Multilingual mediators: The (Continuing) role of the Peranakans in the contact dynamics of Singapore53
Family Photos47
Writing And Speech In Western Views of The Chinese Language57
W.E.B. Du Bois and Asia241
Difficulty in learning L2 tones: Insights from the incidental learning of tone-segment mappings9
Marie Corelli's populist-sublime aesthetics55
Troubling Englishness: The Eastward Success and Westward Failure of the Parsi Theatre25
Cognitive Contact Linguistics as an essential ingredient of diachronic construction grammar91
Island Logic and the Decolonization of the Pacific46
A study of the use of violence in Harold Pinter's plays352
Distancing English: A chapter in the history of the inexpressible43
Unconditional hospitality?: Travel, translation and telling tales29
Development and spread of Languages60
Clinical uncertainty and familial interactions in the inherited cardiac conditions clinic in Hong Kong: reconsidering individualised notions of autonomy 29
The unmaking of heroes: a study of masculinity in contemporary fiction212
Between romance and realism: patterns of fulfillment in Ann Radcliffe's 'A Sicilian Romance' and JaneAusten's 'Pride and Prejudice'298
Benefits street on YouTube: a neoliberal commentary?8
Category typicality effects in foreign language acquisition: the role of L1-based typicality in L2 semantic organisation1372
The question of character : John Ashbery's late lyrics60
The choice between infinitives and that-clauses after believe60
A study of the nominal and relative clauses in Hong Kong English180
Introduction: Figures of memory62
Book review: The Discourse of Culture and Identity in National and Transnational Contexts, Christopher Jenks, Jackie Lou, Aditi Bhatia (Eds.). Routledge, London/New York (2015), v-x + 128 pp., £95.00, ISBN: 978-1-138-90191-919
A study of Italo Calvino's postmodernist writings251
Judicial theorizing about linguistic meaning? Can we write a history of legal linguistics?'48
The value of gentlemanly virtue: social ambition and 'embedded' habits in Thackeray's Pendennis10
Marie Corelli, the Public Sphere and Public Opinion13
'What I say people do'. Stereotypes and realities about doing leadership in multicultural workplaces in Hong Kong63
The plural subject in The woman warrior: "Pangs of Love" and "Phoenix Eyes"230
"Otherness" in Conrad's Heart of darkness and Forster's A passage to India940
Between big words and small talk: the writing system in Cantonese Paperbacks in Hong Kong47
Doing sociolinguistic research on computer-mediated data: A review of four methodological issues58
Paradox of the periphery: Postcolonial and postvernacular (re)positionings in Asia in the global knowledge economy53
Unfinished Visions Beyond Nostalgic Mimicry: Derek Walcott’s The Last Carnival in a Modernist Light38
Conceptualizing transnationalism and transculturalilsm in Chinese American women narratives and memoirs: JadeSnow Wong, Ruthanne Lum McCunn, and Amy Tan274
Collaborative poetry and poetics: Erasure and digital collaboration poetry27
Factors Affecting the Implicit Learning of Form-Meaning Connections47
A study of English pronunciation teaching of stress and rhythm to Cantonese speakers878
A study of the complement in modern standard Chinese254
Fictions of globalisation in the twenty-first century243
Linguistic minorities in urban Asian ecologies: Perspectives for the global knowledge economy19
Poesie im Recht? On the Shared Vocabulary of Old English Poetry and Law6
A study on the construction of identity in the blogging world among Hong Kong adolescents374
How lecturers may leverage on social media to enhance students' group project work and internship30
Leadership and culture: When stereotypes meet actual workplace practice117
You Make it Easy to Leave You56
Endangerment, evolution and empowerment in globalising Asian ecologies: Where java and patois take their communities22
Multimodal Communication: A Social Semiotic Approach To Text And Image In Print And Digital Media18
Tourism discourse113
Representations of Chinese women in three modern literary texts242
The speech act offence: claiming and professing membership of a triad society in Hong Kong91
The fuzzy boundary between public and private in digital discourse21
Folded arms and LV bags: policing (Hong) "Kong Girl’s" desire in the new media136
Social media as communities of practice: stereotype formation in Hong Kong391
Gender in textbook dialogues: textual analyses and classroom practices466
Attitudes towards learning English through short stories in Hong Kong: a case study382
Hvordan forholder integrationismen sig til den virkelige verden46
Vernacular Lexicography in the Missionary Context (Editor's Introduction)46
Taylor, Apirana44
Revisiting ‘obscenity’: insights from the Sorites Paradox37
Postmodern passion in historiographic metafiction: an analysis of four texts288
A study of teachers' perceptions of how they teach writing in English language classes at the British council in Hong Kong326
'No Place For Shakespeare In Utopia: High Culture And Low Conditioning In Aldous Huxley's 'Brave New World''.97
Global indigeneity and the motif of return in Witi Ihimaera’s writing51
Conflictual and consensual disagreement56
Conflicting news discourse of political protests: a corpus-based cognitive approach to CDA21
Another thing about Jake60
The Journey from Modern to Postmodern in The Travels of Sir John Mandeville and Marco Polo’s Divisament dou Monde.104
Postmodern performance in Tom Stoppard's Travesties and Arcadia215
The Murder of Delicia14
Jan Morris'73
The fictionalisation of theory in selected works by Italo Calvino210
Towards a reading of Toni Morrison's fiction: African-American history, the arts and contemporary theory167
Cultural Policy77
The construction of the Chinese woman in 1990s American cinema231
Myth and mythic imagination: a study of the novels of James Joyce and William Golding263
Mergers and acquisitions: On the ages and origins of Singapore English particles41
Posterity and the rope of man: The interplay of the local and the global in Witi Ihimaera's revisions38
We are afraid there is a potential danger there: Talk about death and dying in genetic counselling for Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome (SADS)3
Understanding Transgender Marriage Case W v Registrar of Marriages through Ms W's Voice14
An investigation of English teachers' and students' perceptions of using Cantonese in English classrooms378
Criticism and society: The birth of the modern critical subject in China245
Language use in the legal domain299
The politics of the language myth: Reflections on the writings of Roy Harris64
Questioning identities: structuralist and deconstruction approaches to the representation of race in threenovels184
'I Crave the Law': Salomon v Salomon, uncanny personhood and the Jews77
Tourism Discourse: Language and Global Mobility379
Parsi Archives, Parsi History6
Is there semantics in all syntax? The case of accusative and infinitive constructions vs. that-clauses72
Settler migration and settler varieties36
The speech-act offence: Claiming and professing membership of a triad society in Hong Kong181
Structuring Foucault's monstrousness in transgendered people through legal classification14
The study of English in China with particular reference to accent and vocabulary188
Judicial Discourse in Cantonese Courtrooms in Postcolonial Hong Kong: The Judge as a Godfather, Scholar, Educator and Scolding Parent111
Joseph Conrad and the performing arts75
Hardly War, Always War: Don Mee Choi's Geopolitical Poetics28
Towards a radically usage-based approach to constructional attrition18
Sociolinguistics and its metalinguistic paradox: a plea for history77
A Fusion of Horizons: Women Travellers in China, 1880-1920'32
Newspaper Time and the Victorian Novel26
The modal BE BOUND TO constructions and the dynamic English constructicon57
Exoticism in 19th-century literature134
Publicity Stunts, Power Play, and Information Warfare in Mediatised Public Confessions41
Interpreter-mediated Dentistry86
Understanding written feedback practices as well as teachers' and students' perceptions and attitudes towards written feedback in an ESPcontext in Hong Kong444
The construction of a period dialect: the language of Arthur Miller's The crucible and its sources110
Justice According to the Powerless: the Case of Unrepresented Litigation in Hong Kong103
Rita Dove's Lyric Biography40
Maps in Post-reunification Hong Kong18
Reading schizophrenia and female bodies across cultures: a psychoanalytical approach to selected novels by SylviaPlath, Maxine Hong Kingston and Toni Morrison239
Guy Aston and Lou Burnard (1998) The BNC Handbook: Exploring the British National Corpus with SARA. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press: Reviews152
"My words echo thus in your mind" four quartets, T.S. Eliot and romanticism230
Transgression and intimacy in recreational talk narratives67
The Impossible Dream? Reflections On The Intellectual Journey Of Roy Harris (1931−2015)47
Her shadow: Killing off the female double in realist and gothic fiction7
Gei constructions in Mandarin Chinese and bei constructions in cantonese: A corpus-driven contrastive study142
Changing stereotypes: linguistic and semiotic aspects of modern women's image in Hong Kong TV advertising209
Manga, Steampunk, Neo-Victorianism and Asia5
Language choice in complex multilingual settings: a minority’s perspective82
Academic Freedom, Political Interference, and Public Accountability: The Hong Kong Experience122
Art on television: Television as art57
Language and the Globalizing Habitus of Tourism: Toward A Sociolinguistics of Fleeting Relationships85
English in China: A preliminary bibliography114
Post-Orientalism and the Past-Colonial in William Dalrymple's travel histories89
Genetic Counselling60
“In the Words of the Enemy”: the Islamic State’s reflexive projection of statehood26
Laughter as a 'serious business': Clients' laughter in prenatal screening for Down's syndrome59
Meaning and the principle of linearity55
The nominative and infinitive in late modern english: A diachronic constructionist approach103
Nazi race theory and belief in an “Aryan race”: a profound failure of interdisciplinary communication161
Indian women in the house of fiction: place, gender, and identity in post-independence Indo-English novels by women350
Tracing mobility in the margins: The linguistic portrait of a Filipina domestic worker in Hong Kong13
Chinese boxes: "Typhoon" and Conrad's history of the Chinese65
Travel literature and the infrastructural unconscious44
Representations of minority groups in Australian media: a case study of the Beach Riots, Sydney, Dec. 2005165
Shallow Equality and Symbolic Jurisprudence: A Commentary on Legal Multilingualism in the World Today43
Verb valency patterns, constructions and grammaticalization68
Revisiting be supposed to from a diachronic constructionist perspective100
Leonard Woolf: towards a literarybiography211
A Formal Friendship: The Victorians and Germany39
Life in the Garden of Eden: The Naming and Imagery of Residential Hong Kong170
Definition and classification in law: Transgender identities and marriage48
The idea of "home" in a selection of postcolonial writings192
Emotion metaphors in poetic and non-poetic discourse: the case of SADNESS metaphors49
Linguistics and race theory in Nazi Germany: contradictory or complementary sciences?44
The challenger tales and the end of the world31
Linkability, Personhood and State Modernity: Understanding the Affordances of Personal Identity across Different Legal Regimes8
Opposition and reconciliation in the works of J.M. Coetzee and Nadine Gordimer173
'China of the Tourists: Women and the Grand Tour of the Middle Kingdom, 1878-1923'61
Differentiating between emotion concepts with conceptual metaphors: a corpus-based case study of Depression, Grief, Sadness and Sorrow51
The teaching of English in Hong Kong secondary schools: a sociolinguistic approach231
Conrad and the Comic Turn53
A comparison of the effects of bilingualised dictionary and no dictionary use on reading comprehension and vocabulary learning ofHong Kong lower secondary students in a Chinese medium of instructionschool239
An analysis of the communication tactics used by hearing-impaired adults100
Word cities and language objects: ‘Love’ sculptures and signs as shifters79
Sexing the Raj: Moral Irresponsibility in the Late-Victorian Anglo-Indian Novel53
The straight left: Sport and the nation in Arthur Conan Doyle62
The diversity less considered: on the role of minority groups on Asian Englishes43
Interpretive Violence and the 'Nationalization' of Hong Kong Law: Notes on the Oath-taking Controversy12
Invariant be in New England folk speech: Colonial and postcolonial evidence48
Perception in debates: an investigation of 'women's language' and speech rates in Hong Kong176
The 'dialect myth' and socio-onomastics. The names of the castles of Bellinzona in an integrational perspective75
Is the overt pronoun constraint learnable?361
Language attitudes in Hong Kong: mother tongue instruction policy and public perceptions310
On the Bus with Rosa Parks by Rita Dove45
Textbook in Progress: Developing Student Awareness in the Field of Meaning and Interpretation60
Bilingualism in a legalistic setting: the HKUinquiry of 2000199
'Raising' in English, Dutch and German61
Language and communication: a sociolinguisticstudy of newcomers' socialization into the workplace265
Legal Multilingualism: Causes and Consequences7
Tracing mobility in the margins: The linguistic portrait of a Filipina domestic worker in Hong Kong12
Postmodernism in the works of Tom Stoppard303
The role of English in two Hong Kong missionary schools244
Constructions of motherhood: Hollywood negotiations of the mother/daughter relationship309
Exploring students' perceptions of language arts activities in a secondary one Chinese-medium co-educational school: a case study236
Organic form and its discontents: the modernist critique of organicism169
The alchemy of the upwardly mobile: Symbolic capital and the stylization of elites in frequent-flyer programmes115
The poet as cultural critic: an investigationof aspects of T.S. Eliot's critique of modern culture in his poetryand prose229
Commemorative reenactment: a study of John Barth's middle and late fiction195
Revisiting 'postcoloniality' through the processes of semiotic landscaping in Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement14
Shallow Equality and Symbolic Jurisprudence: Characterising Multilingual Legal Orders Today4
The impact of an English-through-drama course on students' attitudes towards English as a second language253
The analysis of shopfront signage of food and drink shops in Kowloon : a semiotic perspective300
Putting It Integrationally. Notes On Teubert And Sealey27
‘Our Impending Doom’: Dystopia and Serial Form in Anthony Trollope’s The Fixed Period21
Busy saying nothing new: Live silence in TV reporting of 9/1190
Building "code": development, maintenance, and change in a private language61
The Politics of Memory: Autobiographical Narratives of Indigenous Child Separation89
Introduction: Chinese and Hong Kong Shakespeares37
The typology of Asian Englishes: Setting the agenda88
Analysing aggression of social actors in political protests: combining corpus and cognitive approaches to discourse analysis25
Surviving Desire: Rewriting the Romance in the Films of Wong Kar Wai69
A case study of Primary 5 students' perceptions of the inductive approach and deductive approach in vocabulary teaching through the useof theme-based readers280
Désoeuvrement and the Zeugma: new methodologies in Comparative European Literature1291
"Bits", "Chunks" and "Channel-switching": Perceptions of Cantonese-English code-switching6
The End of Aesthetics and the Limits of Liberalism54
Written orders: authority and crisis in colonial and postcolonial narratives312
Critical Zone 1: A Forum for Chinese and Western Knowledge60
Romantic Novelists'46
Women in Salman Rushdie's Shame, East, West and the Moor's last sigh388
Who wants Swiss English?40
Whitman's frames61
From India to India: The Performative Unworlding of Literature14
Direct-to-consumer online advertising of genetic testing in Hong Kong: a discourse analytic study of company strategies28
Hiding in plain sight: the category of ordinary language and the case law domain of transgender marriage20
The Nomos of Multilingual Law9
Ways of Reading: Advanced Reading Skills for Students of Literature (4th ed.)48
Information delivery in prenatal genetic counseling: On the role of initial inquiries106
Elisabeth Jerichau-Baumann, "Egypt 1870"98
Temporal Rifts in Hong Kong: Marches, Occupation, and the Arts of Protest”13
The Mighty Atom118
Europe and Eurasia68
Exploring the sources of authority over word meaning in Transgender Jurisprudence17
Religion and the sacred in the works of Haruki Murakami924
The Written and the Oral in 'Homage to Mistress Bradstreet'66
Graffiti in Hong Kong : transgressive signs, inscriptions, art491
Last Empress Fiction and Asian Neo-Victorianism14
Constructing and negotiating roles and identities of allied healthcare professionals in the age of ‘superdiversity’ in Hong Kong49
More than ‘information provider’ and ‘counselor’. Constructing and negotiating roles and identities of nurses in genetic counseling sessions.66
Cosmopolites, Tourists or Imperial Daughters? Constance Cumming and Isabella Bird in Hong Kong, 187857
New enemies: women writers and the First World War188
Colonial habitats: Orwell and Woolf in the jungle51
Moments of vision: Thomas Hardy, literature and ethics228
Negotiating Language Status in Multilingual Jurisdictions: Rhetoric and Reality75
Communication in healthcare settings: Interactional perspectives from Asia96
'In the words of the enemy' : mediatising the Islamic state in Dabiq679
The decline of the DEONTIC NCI construction in Late Modern English: Towards a radically usage-based perspective on constructional attrition37
The Hong Kong local on film: re-imagining the global107
Yesterday’s founder population, today’s Englishes: The role of the Peranakans in the (continuing) evolution of Singapore English92
Breathing space: ecology and sovereignty in Pacific Island poetry168
Dialoguing with the State (on how the state communicates with its citizens through new media)25
Silence and creativity: Re-mediation, transduction and performance55
The use of heteroglossia in YouTube comments to 'other' benefits recipients9
Chinese EFL learners' pragmatic and discourse transfer in the discourse of L2 requests334
Revisiting the passive of infinitival perception verb complements74
Cultural fever, consumer society and pre-orientalism China in eighteenth-century England226
Itineraries of protest signage69
The phases of Alain Robbe-Grillet341
Grammaticalization in diachronic construction grammar103
Indonesian Chinese as Rootless Transnationals: The Story of One Family, Three Continents, and Multiple Languages51
A study of vocabulary learning strategies for form three students in an English-medium-instruction secondary school291
Diversity, convergence and modernity in Sri Lanka: a retrospective42
Areal features of Englishes in Asia?78
Talking Chinese Canada: the poetry of Fred Wah214
Significant Others: Identity and Difference in Cross-Cultural Communication65
The application of the linguistic relativity thesis to the situation in Macao: the reflection of Chinese religiousculture in Macanese lexical items221
The “Mind HK” online resource: Multiple transitions in information delivery in mental health care in Hong Kong146
Depoliticizing poetry: the reception of W.H. Auden in 20th Century China42
An analysis of gender and discourse with reference to data from the Hong Kong International Corpus of English225
Global Semiotics Vs. Human Semiology. Understanding Communication In The Twenty-first Century47
Imperialist subtexts?: cultural assumptions and linguistic imperialism in Hong Kong ELT textbooks297
Implicit learning of L2 word stress regularities100
How to Write Yiddish in English, or Israel Zangwill and Multilingualism in Children of the Ghetto48
Phoneticizing China : the politics of the pinyin reform movement282
The use of dialects in nineteenth century British fiction with particular reference to the novels of John Galt and Thomas Hardy192
Welcome: Synthetic Personalization and Commodification of Sociability in the Linguistic Landscape of Global Tourism115
Frames and discourse in American writing31
Swift, Satire and the Second-Person Pronoun40
British women writers and the city in the early twentieth century203
Knowledge of binding in Hong Kong bilingual children60