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J. Normann Jorgensen is at the Department of Nordic, University of Copenhagen. His research interests are sociolinguistics with special emphasis on bilingualism, youth language and their importance for language variation. He has published widely on the field of bilingual research.
Introduction - linguistic construction and negotiation of social relations among bilingual Turkish-speaking adolescents in north Western Europe, JN Jorgensen; mixed language varieties of migrant adolescents and the discourse of hybridity, V Hinnenkamp; cultural orientation and language use among multilingual youth groups - "for me it is like we all speak one language", I Dirim and A Hieronymus; the creation and administration of social relations in bilingual group work, J Cromdal; language choice as a power resource in bilingual adolescents' conversations in the Danish "Folkeskole", T Esdahl; power relationships, interactional dominance and manipulation strategies in group conversations of Turkish-Danish children, LM Madsen; adolescents involved in the construction of equality in urban multicultural settings, E Huls, JN Jorgensen and S Klomps; languaging among 5th graders code-switching in Conversation 502 of the Koge Project, JN Jorgensen.