University of Nottingham Ningbo China
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UNNC CAWSE-based Research & Publications

 

Presentations

  • Stevens, M. P., Chen, Y. H., Harrison, S. and Zhou, Q.Q. (2019). From “water face” to “cover”: multimodal translations in the EMI classroom. News Discourse and Translation Conference, University of Nottingham Ningbo (China).
  • Chen, Y. H. & Harrison, S. (2018). “I don’t have communicate ability”: Deviations in an L2 Multimodal Corpus of Academic English from an EMI University in China – Errors or ELF? ICAME 39 Conference, University of Tampere (Finland).
  • Chen, Y. H. (2018). Issues and Challenges in Building a Multimodal L2 Corpus. Coventry University & University of Southampton (UK).
  • Stevens, M. P. (2018). Composites of gesture and speech in concept development by Chinese speakers of English. International Society for Gesture Studies 8, Cape Town (South Africa).
  • Chen, Y. H., Harrison, S. & Stevens, M. P. (2017). Beyond Borders, Beyond Words: A New Multimodal Corpus of L2 Academic English from A Sino-British University. Presented at the ICAME 38 Conference, Charles University (Czech).

 

Publications

  • Chen, Y. H. & Bruncak, R. (forthcoming). Introducing Transcribear: An online transcription and annotation tool. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. [download]  
  • Stevens, M.P., Chen, Y. H. & Harrison, S. (forthcoming). Issues and Challenges in Building a Multimodal Corpus of L2 English. In I. Warnke & Beatrix Busse (Eds), Variation in Time and Space: Observing the World through Corpora (series “Diskursmuster - Discourse Patterns”). Berlin: De Gruyter.

 

Computer Software

Chen, Y. H. & Bruncak, R. (2018). Transcribear: An online transcription and annotation tool. Accessible on https://transcribear.com.

 

MA Dissertations

  • Lin, X. L. (2018). English Discourse Markers in Native and Non-native Academic Discourse. MA dissertation, University of Nottingham Ningbo China. [download]
  • Wu, F. (2018). Investigating Lexical Bundles in Chinese Low-grade and High-grade Student Academic Writing. MA dissertation, University of Nottingham Ningbo China.
  • Xu, J. (2018). A Multimodal Analysis of L2 Learners’ Participation in Peer Interaction Concerning Language-Related Episodes. MA dissertation, University of Nottingham Ningbo China. [download]
  • Albertson, C. (2017). One Possible Reason For: Lexical Bundles and Rhetorical Moves in L2 Student Writing. MA dissertation, University of Nottingham Ningbo China.
  • Li, Y. (2017). The Use of Abstract Nouns to Create Cohesion in L2 Academic Writing. MA dissertation, University of Nottingham Ningbo China.
  • Stutzman, L. D. (2017). Multimodal Corrective Feedback and Interactional Moves within Language-Related Episodes and Inscription-Related Episodes: An Analysis. MA dissertation, University of Nottingham Ningbo China.

 

PhD Theses

  • Stevens, M. P. (2016-present). Multimodal Construal in L2 Learning Environments. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham Ningbo China.