Transnational trajectories of multilingual workers: emerging geographies and spatialising practices of mutant sovereignty
- SociologyInternational Journal of Multilingualism
ABSTRACT This article discusses Volume 17 (1) where the editors (Garrido and Sabaté-Dalmau) push for a sociolinguistic, discourse-analytic and linguistic anthropological agenda in the study of…
English as an index of neoliberal globalization: The linguistic landscape of Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan
- LinguisticsLanguage Sciences
- SociologyLanguage and Dialogue
Foucault’s notion of governmentality has been the focus of much research. However, little work provides an account of how governmentality is enacted as social practice. Using transcripts of…
Hoping for success, becoming a spiritual subject
This article focuses on the entanglement of trajectories of transnational education/work and religious conversion among Chinese overseas students who move to the UK before returning to China. In…
Linguistic securitisation as a governmentality in the neoliberalising welfare state
- Political ScienceLanguage and Neoliberal Governmentality
Published in: Language, Governmentality and Neoliberalism DOI: 10.4324/9780429286711-2 Publication date: 2019 Document version Peer reviewed version Document license: Unspecified Citation for…
Setting goals with patients living with multimorbidity: qualitative analysis of general practice consultations
- Medicine, Political ScienceThe British journal of general practice : the journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners
Four main themes emerged around the goal-setting process: patient preparedness and engagement; eliciting and legitimising goals; collaborative action planning; and GP engagement, which indicated that goal setting worked best when both GP and patient were prepared in advance.
Conviviality and phatic communion?
- Political ScienceMultilingual Margins: A journal of multilingualism from the periphery
The focus on ‘unimportant’ language in this collection is driven by major contemporary questions. In conditions of superdiversity, the old binaries—minority/majority, migrant/host etc.—can no longer…
The very sensitive question: Chronotopes, insecurity and Farsi heritage language classrooms
This paper engages with ideological difference, education, and expressions of insecurity on the basis of a year-long ethnographic fieldwork in two Farsi heritage language classrooms and the group of…
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