From: Paul Peranteau <paulbenjamins.com>
Subject: Journal of Asian Pacific Communication Vol 19, No 1 (2009)
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Publisher: John Benjamins
Journal Title: Journal of Asian Pacific Communication
Volume Number: 19
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2009
Subtitle: Biliterate Asian Students' Literacy Practices in North America
Biliterate Asian Students' Literacy Practices in North America
Special Issue of Journal of Asian Pacific Communication Volume 19:1 (2009)
Edited by Youngjoo Yi and Alan Hirvela
Georgia State University / Ohio State University
Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 19:1
2009. 180 pp.
Table of Contents
Composing in and out of school: Biliterate Asian students’ encounters with
heritage and second language literacy
Youngjoo Yi and Alan Hirvela 1–6
Bilingual and biliteracy practices: Japanese adolescents living in the United
Mari Haneda and Gumiko Monobe 7–29
Functions and genres of ESL children’s English writing at home and at school
Celine Sze, Marilyn Chapman and Ling Shi 30–55
Contrasting models in literacy practice among heritage language learners of
Li Jia 56–75
Literacy Practices and Heritage Language Maintenance: The Case of
Korean-American Immigrant Adolescents
Hyungmi Joo 76–99
Adolescent literacy and identity construction among 1.5 generation students:
From a transnational perspective
Youngjoo Yi 100–129
Asian English language learners’ identity construction in an after school
Jayoung Choi 130–161
B. Kachru: Asian Englishes: Beyond the Canon
Reviewed by Shondel Nero 163–172
Subject Language(s): Chinese, Mandarin (cmn)
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