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Barakos, Elisabeth (2020). Linguistic and social justice: towards a debate of intersections and disjuncture. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 24 (2), pp. 265-277.

Copland, Fiona, Mann, Steve and Garton, Sue (2020). Native-English-Speaking Teachers:Disconnections Between Theory, Research, and Practice. Tesol Quarterly, 54 (2), pp. 348-374.

Dirie, Said (2020). Languages Market in the Horn of Africa:a case study of Djibouti. PHD thesis, Aston University.

Ducker, Nathan (2020). Crossing the Rubicon:An idiodynamic investigation into the relationship between willingness to communicate and learner talk. PHD thesis, Aston University.

Garton, Sue (2020). “This is why students feel lost when they go into teaching practice”:English language teachers' views on their initial teacher education. International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research, 19 (10), pp. 371-387.

Harrison, Chloe (2020). 'The truth is we're watching each other': Voiceover narration as 'split-self' presentation in The Handmaid's Tale TV series. Language and Literature, 29 (1), pp. 22-38.

Manz, Stefan and Benbow, Mark (2020). Counter-propaganda and spy fever:Germans in Washington, DC, during world war I. Journal of American Ethnic History, 40 (1), pp. 40-69.

Medina, Raquel (2020). "El poder de los sentidos en El señor Liberto y los pequeños placeres (Ana Serret, 2017): representaciones de la subjetividad e identidad en las personas con alzhéimer.". Bulletin of Contemporary Hispanic Studies, 2 (1), pp. 51-68.

Medina, Raquel and Zecchi, Barbara (2020). Tecnologías de la edad: La intersección feminista y estudios etarios. Investigaciones Feministas, 11 (2), pp. 251-262.

Nuttall, Louise and Harrison, Chloe (2020). Wolfing down the Twilight series: Metaphors for reading in online reviews. IN: Contemporary Media Stylistics. Ringrow, Helen and Pihlaja, Stephen (eds) London: Bloomsbury.

Porteous, Neill (2020). South Korea, English, and globalisation:investigating young Korean adults’ English regard. PHD thesis, Aston University.

Schütte, Uwe (2020). From Defamation to Adoration:The Reception of Kraftwerk in the British Music Press, 1974–1981. Angermion, 13 (1), pp. 1-23.

Schütte, Uwe (2020). Troubling Signs:Sebald, Ambivalence, and the Function of the Critic. Boundary 2, 47 (3), pp. 21-59.

Sudlow, Brian (2020). I know why the philosopher sings: exploring the work of Fabrice Hadjadj. Logos: a journal of Catholic thought and culture, 23 (2), pp. 78-104.

Sudlow, Brian (2020). Techno-rationalities and the motherhood trilogy of Fabrice Hadjadj::Beyond the reaches of Kaufmann’s médico-religieux. Modern and Contemporary France, 28 (4), pp. 365-379.

Tekin, Serdar and Garton, Sue (2020). L1 in the primary English classroom: how much, when, how and why?:How much, when, how and why? Iranian Journal of Language Teaching Research, 8 (3), pp. 77-97.

Tremblay, Mireille, Blondeau, Hélène and Labeau, Emmanuelle (2020). Texting the Future in Belgium and Québec: Present matters. Journal of French Language Studies, 30 (1), pp. 73-98.

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