Saturday, August 27, 2011

World Englishes and Turkey 2

Last semester I wrote my final paper for my English in the Expanding Circle class on Turkey. I learned quite a bit in the process. It is kind of ironic that I learned so much about the spread and use of English in my country while I was on a different continent. But anyway, I just wanted to share my bibliography for that paper since I spend quite some time finding sources on the topic.  Not all of the references are on Turkey but still I'm hoping that the list will be helpful to someone out there.

References
Acar, A. (2008). Standards and competence in English as international language pedagogy. Iranian EFL Journal, 1: 199-217.
Alptekin, C. (2002). Toward intercultural communicative competence in ELT. ELT Journal 56(1), 57-64.
Baumgardner, R. J. (2006). The appeal of English in Mexican commerce. World Englishes, 25(2), 251-266.
Berns, M. (2005). Expanding on the expanding circle: Where do WE go from here? World Englishes, 24(1), 85-93.
Buyukkantarci, N. (2004). A sociolinguistic analysis of the present dimensions of the sociology of language. International Journal of Sociology of Language, 165:33-58.
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Coskun, A. (2010). Whose English should we teach? Reflections from Turkey. ESP World, 27(9).
Davison, R. H. (1961). Westernized education in Ottoman Turkey. Middle East Journal 15(3), 289-301.
Demircan, O. (1988). Dunden bugune Turkiye’de yabanci dil. Istanbul: Remzi Kitabevi.
Dogancay-Aktuna, S. (1998). The spread of English in Turkey and its current sociolinguistic profile. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 19: 24-39. 
Dogancay-Aktuna, S., & Kiziltepe, Z. (2005). English in Turkey. World Englishes, 24(2), 253-265.
Eskicumali, A. (2010). The effects of internet cafes on social change in Turkey. The Turkish online journal of educational technology, 9(2), 196-204.
Glass, T. (2009). Why Thais write to other Thais in English. World Englishes 28(4), 532-543.
Kachru, B. (2006). English: World Englishes. In B. B. Kachru, Y. Kachru, and C. L. Nelson (Eds.). The Handbook of World Englishes (pp. 195-202). Malden, MA: Blackwell.
Kilickaya, F. (2009). World Englishes, English as an international language and applied linguistics. English Language Teaching 2(3), 35-38.
Kirkgoz, Y. (2009). Globalization and English language policy in Turkey. Educational Policy, 23(5), 663-684.
Kiziltepe, Z. (2000). Attitudes and motivation of Turkish EFL students toward second language learning, ITL, 129-130
Lowenberg, P. H. (2002). Assessing English proficiency in the expanding circle. World Englishes, 21(3), 431-435.
Michieka, M. M. (2009). Expanding circles within the inner circle: The rural Kishii in Kenya. World Englishes 28(3), 352-364.
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Nielsen, P. M. (2003). English in Argentina: A sociolinguistic profile. World Englishes, 22(2), 199-209.
Palfreyman, D., & Khalil, M. (2003). “A funky language for teenzz to use:” Representing gulf Arabic in instant messaging. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 9(1).
Phillipson, R. (2008). Lingua franca or lingua frankensteinia? English in European integration and globalization. World Englishes 27(2), 250-267.
Sartor, V. (2010). Teaching English in Turkmenistan. English Today, 26(4), 29-43.
Schaub, M. (2000). English in the Arab Republic of Egypt. World Englishes 19(2), 225-238.
Sebuktekin, H. (1981). Yuksek ogretim kurumlarimizda yabanci dil izlenceleri. Istanbul: Bogazici University Publications.
Tarhan, Ş. (2003). Perceptions of students, teachers and parents regarding English-medium instruction at secondary education. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Middle East Technical University, Ankara.
Weiker, W. F. (1968). The Ottoman bureaucracy: Modernization and reform. Administrative Science Quarterly, 13(3), 451-479.
Yagmur, K. (2001). Languages in Turkey. In G. Extra and D. Gorter (eds.) The other languages of Europe: Demographic, sociolinguistic, and educational perspectives (pp. 407-427). Multilingual Matters.
Zurcher, E. J. (ed.) (2004). Turkey: A modern history. London: I. B. Tauris.

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