Forthcoming Issues: 14.1, 14.2-3 and 15.1 Tables of Contents

2020-07-31

JALPP 15.1

Table of Contents

Articles
Interactive and ideological dimensions of receptive multilingualism in Luxembourg workplaces
Anne Franziskus and Julia de Bres

EFL teachers’ beliefs about professionalism and professional development: A case study from Oman
Sawsan Al-Bakri and Salah Troudi

Teaching practicum and the development of professional and pedagogical knowledge
Minerva Rosas, Verónica Ormeño and Cristian Ruiz-Aguilar  

The Candlin Researcher Award
Stability and hybridity in refugee legal advice meetings: Discursive structure as a resource for lawyer - client intercultural communication
Judith T. Reynolds

Educational doctoring: How general practitioners elaborate diagnoses with anatomy explanations
Søren Beck Nielsen

 

JALPP 14.2-3: Special Issue: Inscribed Objects in Professional Practices

Table of Contents

Editorial
Inscribed objects in professional practices: An introduction
Dennis Day and Kristian Mortensen

Articles
Respecifying the information sheet: An interactional resource for decision - making in optician shops
Brian L. Due

Doing notes – coordinating collaborative ideas development using inscribed objects
Spencer Hazel

Sticking to the rules: Post - its and members’ competence in a Lean meeting activity
Jeanette Landgrebe and Rainar Rye Marstrand

Inscribed objects as resources for achieving progressivity in lesson planning talk
Tim Greer and Chris Leyland

Using written information to answer questions in rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury
Magnus G. T. Hamann

Coordinated note - taking? Making (individual) notes in a social environment
Catherine E. Brouwer and Kristian Mortensen

The concept sketch as a space: Professional practices in a design workshop
Dennis Day

Postscript
Inscribed objects and professional practices : A postscript
Lindsay Prior

 

JALPP 14.1

Table of Contents

Articles
Corpus-based empirical approach to professionalism: Identifying interactional roles and dispositions in professional codes of ethics
Kenneth Kong, Phoenix Lam and Winnie Cheng

'If it's not written down it didn't happen': Contemporary social work as a writing intensive profession
Theresa Lillis, Maria Leedham and Alison Twiner

Evidentiality and identity positioning in online disputes about language use in Hong Kong
Jamie McKeown and Hans J. Ladegaard

Mediating identities: Sign language interpreter perceptions on trust and representation
Jemina Napier, Robert Skinner, Alys Young and Rosemary Oram  

The Candlin Researcher Award
Bridging the gap between learning and evaluation: Lessons learnt from multilingual pupils
Fauve De Backer