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    Projects

    Research Output

    Discursive representations of domestic helpers in cyberspace

    HO, J., Feb 2020, In : Discourse Studies. 22, 1, p. 48-63 16 p.

    Research output: Journal PublicationsJournal Article (refereed)

  • Models of the Human in Twentieth-Century Linguistic Theories : System, Order, Creativity

    ZHOU, F., 18 Mar 2020, Singapore: Springer Singapore. 223 p.

    Research output: Scholarly Books | Reports | Literary WorksBook (Author)

  • 生态语言学的学科属性 及其分支生态文体学 : 安德鲁.格特力教授访谈录

    Translated title of the contribution: Disciplinary Nature of Ecolinguistics and Ecostylistics: An Interview with Professor Andrew Goatly何伟 & GOATLY, A., Feb 2020, 北京科技大学学报(社会科学版), 36, 1, p. 1-7.

    Research output: Other PublicationsOther ArticleCommunication

  • Activities

    • 8 Seminar / Talk / Other Presentation
    • 2 Organizing Conference
    • 1 Lecture / Seminar / Talk

    Critical Literacies for Writing in the Digital Age

    Preet Pankaj HIRADHAR (Speaker)
    29 Jan 2019

    Activity: Invited Talk or Oral PresentationSeminar / Talk / Other Presentation

    16th International Pragmatics Conference

    Janet HO (Organizing Committee Member)
    9 Jun 201914 Jun 2019

    Activity: Involvement in Research-related EventsOrganizing Conference

    The Trump Presidency from an American Studies Perspective

    Dorothy WANG (Speaker), Preet HIRADHAR (Respondent), Munkyung Agnes KANG (Respondent)
    6 Dec 2018

    Activity: Invited Talk or Oral PresentationSeminar / Talk / Other Presentation

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    Press / Media

    James Ross

    Michael Theodore LUONGO

    1/05/19

    1 item of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Research / Knowledge Transfer

    China should choose its English teachers based on skill, not country of origin

    Andrew John SEWELL

    24/11/17

    1 item of Media coverage

    Press/Media: Research / Knowledge Transfer

    Student theses

    Phonological features of Hong Kong English : patterns of variation and effects on local acceptability

    Author: SEWELL, A. J., 2010

    Supervisor: BERRY, R. (Supervisor) & HO, J. (Co-supervisor)

    Student thesis: PhD Thesis (Lingnan)