DFLs versus ‘locals’- discursive conflict on social media and the battle for regional identity.

Book chapter


Anderson, C. 2018. DFLs versus ‘locals’- discursive conflict on social media and the battle for regional identity. in: Evans, D. (ed.) Language, Identity and Symbolic Culture London Bloomsbury. pp. 51-83
AuthorsAnderson, C.
EditorsEvans, D.
Page range51-83
Year2018
Book titleLanguage, Identity and Symbolic Culture
PublisherBloomsbury
Output statusPublished
Place of publicationLondon
Edition1st
ISBN9781350023017
Publication dates
Print31 May 2018
Publication process dates
Deposited18 Dec 2018
Permalink -

https://repository.canterbury.ac.uk/item/88y0z/dfls-versus-locals-discursive-conflict-on-social-media-and-the-battle-for-regional-identity

  • 13
    total views
  • 0
    total downloads
  • 0
    views this month
  • 0
    downloads this month

Export as

Related outputs

Evaluating qualitative research: issues of reliability and validity
Anderson, C. 2012. Evaluating qualitative research: issues of reliability and validity. in: 3 Investigación Cualitativa e Interpretación Selección de Artículos del Tercer Congreso Internacional de Investigación Cualitativa Qualitative Research and Interpretation Selection of articles from the Third International Qualitative Research Conference Guanajuato, Mexico Ediciones Universitarias. pp. 541-561
Ethics in qualitative language education research
Anderson, C. 2017. Ethics in qualitative language education research. in: Mirhosseini, S. (ed.) Reflections on Qualitative Research in Language and Literacy Education Cham, Switzerland Springer.
Ethical aspects of power in research with children
David, T., Tonkin, J., Powell, S. and Anderson, C. 2005. Ethical aspects of power in research with children. in: Farrell, A. (ed.) Ethical Research with Children Maidenhead, UK Open University Press. pp. 124-137
Deconstructing teaching English to speakers of other languages: problematising a professional discourse
Anderson, C. 2002. Deconstructing teaching English to speakers of other languages: problematising a professional discourse. PhD Thesis University of Kent