17 October 2016

Discourse Analysis & Sociolinguistics

2022

Jaspers J. 2022. Interactional sociolinguistics and discourse analysis. In: J.P. Gee & M. Handford (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Discourse Analysis (2nd edition). London-New York: Routledge (forthcoming)

Jaspers J. & P. van de Weerd 2022. Sociolinguistic approaches to language and youth. In: B.A. Svendsen & R. Jonsson (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Language and Youth Culture. London-New York: Routledge (forthcoming)

2021

Geelhand, P., Papastamou, F., & Kissine, M. (2021). How do autistic adults use syntactic and prosodic cues to manage spoken discourse?. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, 1-26.

Lippert, E. (2021), “Argumentation et problématique environnementale sur Instagram: l’ethos écologique d’E. Macron“, Travaux du CBL, vol.15. 

Wibrin, M. (2021). Littéracie et enfants de milieux populaires: Pratiques acculturantes et culture familiale. Le français aujourd’hui, 212, 105-115

2020

Geelhand, P., Papastamou, F., Deliens, G., & Kissine, M. (2020). Narrative production in autistic adults: A systematic analysis of the microstructure, macrostructure and internal state language. Journal of Pragmatics, 164, 57- 81

Jaspers J. 2020. Sujet toxique ou d’actualité? La diglossie aujourd’hui. Langage et Société 171:3, 123-135.

Jaspers J. (Ed.) 2020. Special issue on ‘Linguistic dilemmas and chronic ambivalence in the classroom’. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development.

Jaspers J. 2020. Talking like a zero-lingual: Ambiguous linguistic caricatures at an urban secondary school. In: M. Yamamoto (Ed.), Contemporary Studies in Bilingualism and Multilingualism Vol II (Sage Benchmarks in Language and Linguistics), pp. 229-255. London: Sage.

Jaspers J. & M. Meeuwis 2020. Willen we dan een tweede Afrikaans? Over het integreren en afscheiden van talige variëteiten in Vlaanderen en Zuid-Afrika. Wetenschappelijke Tijdingen 79: 1, 38-75.

Rosier, L. (2020). “Reconfigurations des formes canoniques du discours rapporté en milieu numérique : quelques exemples remarquables de discours directs“. e-Rea

2019

Jaspers J. (2019). “Authority and morality in advocating heteroglossia”. Language, Culture and Society 1:1, 84-105.

Jaspers J. & Lian Malai Madsen (Eds) (2019). Critical perspectives on linguistic fixity and fluidity: languagised lives. London-New York: Routledge.

Jaspers J. & Lian Malai Madsen (2019). “Fixity and fluidity in sociolinguistic theory and practice”. In: J. Jaspers & L. M. Madsen (eds.), Critical perspectives on linguistic fixity and fluidity: languagised lives. London-New York : Routledge, 1-26.

Jaspers J. (2019). “The deliberative teacher. Wavering between linguistic uniformity and diversity”. In: J. Jaspers & L. M. Madsen (eds.) Critical perspectives on linguistic fixity and fluidity: languagised lives. London-New York: Routledge, 217-240.

Jaspers J. & S. Van Hoof (2019). “Style and stylisation”. In: K. Tusting (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Linguistic Ethnography. London: Routledge (to be published).

2018

De Brabanter, P. (2018). “Pragmatic and semantic commitment when using quotative markers, with application to French dire and genre”. Journal of Pragmatics, 128, 137-147.

Jaspers J. 2018. The boundaries of belonging. A commentary. In: L. Cornips & V. de Rooij (eds.), The sociolinguistics of place and belonging. Perspectives from the margins. Amsterdam-Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 17-26.

Jaspers J. (2018). “Language education policy and sociolinguistics. Toward a new critical engagement”. In: J. Tollefson & M. Perez-Milans (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Language Policy and Planning, 704-723.

Jaspers J. & Meeuwis M. (2018). “‘We don’t need another Afrikaans’.  Adequation and distinction in South African and Flemish language policies” Sociolinguistic Studies 12:1.

Jaspers J. (2018). “The transformative limits of translanguaging”.  Language & Communication, 58, 1-10.

Jaspers J. (2018). “Double-edged valorizations of urban heteroglossia”.  In: Van Avermaet, S. Sierens, S. Slembrouck & K. Maryns (Eds.), The multilingual edge of education. Palgrave Macmillan, 191-210.

Pantazi, M., Kissine, M., Klein, O. (2018). The Power of the Truth Bias: False Information Affects Memory and Judgment Even in the Absence of Distraction. Social Cognition: Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 167-198.

2017

Jaspers J. &  Van Hoof S. (2017). “Taal van eigen kweek: het Nederlands van etnische minderheden” In: G. De Sutter (Ed.), De vele gezichten van het Nederlands in Vlaanderen. Een inleiding tot de variatietaalkunde. Leuven: Acco, 268-289.

Jaspers J. (2017). “The colour of Dutch. Some limits and opportunities of identifying Dutch ethnolects” Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 6:2, 231-246.

Jaspers J. (2017). “Migration and language use at school: an ethnographic close-up”. In: C. Timmerman, N. Fadil, N. Clycq & I. Goddeeris (eds), Moroccan migration in Belgium. Leuven: Leuven University Press, 276-284.

2016

Absillis K. & J. Jaspers. 2016. Beware of the weeds. Reconsidering Flemish purism as a utopian discourse. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 242, 1-24.

Absillis K. & J. Jaspers 2016. Reconsidering purism. The case of Flanders. In K. Horner & G. Rutten (Eds.): Metalinguistic perspectives on Germanic languages: European case studies from past to present. Oxford: Peter Lang, p. 105-129.

Jaspers J. 2016. Commentary: Crisis thinking, sensuous reflexivity and solving real issues. AILA Review 29, 199-213.

Jaspers J. 2016. Diglossia and beyond. In: O. García, N. Flores & M. Spotti (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Language and Society. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 179-196.

Jaspers J. 2016 (Dis)fluency. Annual Review of Anthropology 45, 147-162.

Jaspers J. & L. Madsen 2016 (eds.). Sociolinguistics in a languagised world. Special Issue of Applied Linguistics Review 7:3.

Jaspers J. & L. Madsen 2016. Sociolinguistics in a languagised world. Introduction. Applied Linguistics Review 7:3, 235-258.

Rosier, L., Grosmann, F. (2016). “Du discours rapporté au discours partagé : les nouvelles pratiques numériques et l’hypertextualité citationnelle”. Semen 42.

Van Hoof S. & J. Jaspers 2016. Negotiating linguistic standardization in Flemish TV Fiction around 1980. Laying the grounds for a new linguistic normality. In: Jacob Thøgersen, Nikolas Coupland and Janus Mortensen (Eds.), Style, media and language ideologies. Oslo: Novus, p. 161-188.

2015

Cornips L., J. Jaspers & V. de Rooij 2015. The politics of labelling youth vernaculars in the Netherlands and Belgium. In: J. Nortier & A.B. Svendsen, (eds.) Language, youth and identity in the 21st century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 45-70.

Damar, M.-E., Fourny L. (2015). “Subjonctif ou indicatif? Etude synchronique des fluctuations des jugements d’acceptabilité : analyse et perspectives”Pratiques, pp. 167-168.

Dominicy, M. (2015). ” L’éloge, le blâme et la représentation discursive des choix éthiques “, in V. Ferry & S. Di Piazza (Eds.), Les rhétoriques de la concorde. Rivista Italiana di Filosofia del linguaggio, pp. 48-46.

Jaspers J. 2015. Tussen meervoudige vuren. De implementatie van eentalig taalbeleid in een context van taaldiversiteit. Pedagogische Studiën 92:5, 344-359.

Jaspers J. 2015. Modelling linguistic diversity at school: the excluding impact of inclusive multilingualism. Language Policy 14:2, 109-129.

Jaspers J. & S. Van Hoof 2015. Ceci n’est pas une tussentaal. Evoking standard and vernacular language through mixed Dutch in Flemish telecinematic discourse. Journal of Germanic Linguistics 17:1, 1-44.

Rosier, L., Schwab, P-N., (2015). “Influence du dispositif communicationnel sur les formes de violence verbale dans les relations entreprises – clients”Semen 40.