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Jennifer Jenkins holds the Chair of Global Englishes at the University of Southampton where she is also founding director of the Centre for Global Englishes. Will Baker is Deputy Director of the Centre for Global Englishes and convenor of MA Global Englishes, University of Southampton. Martin Dewey is Senior Lecturer at King's College London, where he is Programme Director for the MA in Applied Linguistics and ELT.
Introduction Part I: Conceptualising and positioning ELF . Conceptualising ELF English as a lingua franca and intercultural communication Communities of practice and English as a lingua franca Complexity and ELF English language teaching: pedagogic reconnection with the social dimension Cognitive perspectives on English as a lingua franca Standard English and the dynamics of ELF variation Historical perspectives on ELF Part II: Regional spread of ELF 9. ELF and the EU/wider Europe 10. English as a lingua franca in the Gulf Cooperation Council states 11. The development of English as a lingua franca in ASEAN 12. Chinese English as a lingua franca: an ideological inquiry 13. The status of ELF in Japan 14. ELF in Brazil: recent developments and further directions 15. Is English the lingua franca of South Africa? Part III: ELF characteristics and processes 16. Analysing ELF variability 17. The pragmatics of ELF 18. Pronunciation and miscommunication in ELF interactions: an analysis of initial clusters 19. Creativity, idioms and metaphorical language in ELF 20. Grammar in ELF 21. Morphosyntactic variation in spoken English as a lingua franca interactions: revisiting linguistic variety 22. Language norms in ELF 23. Uncooperative lingua franca encounters Part IV: Contemporary domains and functions 24. Translingual practice and ELF 25. ELF in the domain of business - BELF: what does the B stand for? 26. ELF in social contexts 27. Humour in ELF interaction: a powerful, multifunctional resource in relational practice 28. ELF in electronically mediated intercultural communication 29. ELF and multilingualism 30. ELF and translation/interpreting Part V: ELF in academia 31. Beyond monolingualism in higher education: a language policy account 32. EMI in higher education: an ELF perspective 33. Written academic English as a lingua franca 34. Transforming higher education and literacy policies: the contribution of ELF Part VI: ELF, policy and pedagogy 35. ELF and teacher education 36. ELF-aware teaching, learning and teacher development 37. ELF and ELT teaching materials 38. ELF and Content and Language Integrated Learning 39. ELT and ELF in the East Asian contexts 40. Language as system and language as dialogic creativity: the difficulties of teaching English as a lingua franca in the classroom 41. English language teachers and ELF Part VII: ELF into the future: trends, debates, predictions 42. English as a lingua franca: changing `attitudes' 43. ELF in migration 44. Global languages and lingua franca communication 45. Language assessment: the challenge of ELF 46. ELF and critical language testing 47. The future of English as a lingua franca? Index