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Andrew Sewell’s research in applied linguistics and sociolinguistics focuses on various aspects of English as an international language, including English accents in international communication, local varieties of English, pronunciation teaching and testing, and language ideologies. His work has appeared in journals such as World Englishes, ELT Journal, International Journal of Applied Linguistics and the Journal of Second Language Pronunciation. A monograph (English Pronunciation Models in a Globalized World) was published by Routledge in 2016.
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Provision of Professional Development Programmes on Literature in English Learning and Teaching for the 2019/20 School Year
18/11/19 → 25/09/20
Project: Professional Projects (including Consultancy)
English accents of the world: investigating intra-speaker and inter-speaker variation in the Speech Accent Archive
1/03/16 → 30/04/17
Project: Grant Research
ARCHIBALD, J. (ed.), O'BRIEN, M. G. (ed.) & SEWELL, A. J. (ed.), Jan 2022, Frontiers Media S.A.
Research output: Scholarly Books | Reports | Literary Works › Book (Editor) › Research › peer-reviewOpen Access
SEWELL, A., 31 Jan 2022, (E-pub ahead of print) In: Asian Englishes. 21 p.
Research output: Journal Publications › Journal Article (refereed) › peer-review
ARCHIBALD, J., O’BRIEN, M. G. & SEWELL, A., 25 Nov 2021, In: Frontiers in Communication. 6, 2 p., 804062.
Research output: Journal Publications › Editorial/Preface (Journal)Open Access
- 1 Other Invited Talks or Presentations
Andrew SEWELL (Keynote speaker)22 Jun 2017
Activity: Talks or Presentations › Other Invited Talks or Presentations
Press / Media
1 item of Media coverage
Press/Media: Research / Knowledge Transfer
Phonological features of Hong Kong English : patterns of variation and effects on local acceptabilityAuthor: SEWELL, A. J., 2010
Supervisor: BERRY, R. (Supervisor) & HO, J. (Co-supervisor)
Student thesis: PhD Thesis (Lingnan)