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Name: Francisco  Perlas  Dumanig
Institution: University of Malaya
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://fdumanig.yolasite.com
State and/or Country: Malaysia   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Specialty: Discourse Analysis (Discourse and Identity; Language, Identity and Migration; Conversation Analysis ) Intercultural Communication (Language and Mixed Marriages in Southeast Asia; Language, Labor and Communication in Southeast Asia) Language Teaching (Teaching English as Second Language; Teaching Filipino as Foreign Language) World Language Studies (Englishes in Southeast Asia)
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: Dumanig, Francisco. 2010. Language Choice in Interracial Marriages: The Case of Filipino-Malaysian Couples.Dissertation.com: Boca Raton

Dumanig, F., & David, M. K. (2014). Miscommunication in Malaysian-Filipino Interactions: Intercultural Discourse in English. In Hajar Abdul Rahim & Shakila Abdul Manan (Eds.), English in Malaysia: Post Colonial and Beyond. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. pp. 251-276.

2012

Dealwis, C., David, M.K. and Dumanig, F.P. 2012. Contested identity: The transvestites in Malaysia. In Celine-Marie Pascale (ed.) Inequality & The Politics of Representation: A Global Landscape. Sage Publication: 243-254.

Dumanig, Francisco and David, Maya Khemlani. 2011. Malaysian-Filipino couples and Language Choice: International language or heritage language? . In D. Mukerjee and M.K. David (eds). National language planning and language shifts in Malysian Minority communities: Speaking in many tongues: Language shifts in Malaysian minority communities and the effects of national language planningpp.(71-86). Amsterdam University Press:Amsterdam.

Manan, S.A., Dumanig, F.P & David, M.K (2015). The English-medium fever in Pakistan: Analyzing policy, perceptions and practices through additive bi/multilingual education lens. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilignualism. 09/2015; DOI: 10.1080/13670050.2015.1080659(ISI - Cited Publication)


David, M.K, Kuang, C.H, Dumanig, F.P & Manan, S.A (2015). Transferring knowledge in the reading classroom. Journal of Teaching and Research in English Literature: VI (04): 01-12.

Dumanig, F., David, M.K., Kais, A.K & Lumayag, L. (2015). Code switching in Mixed Couples Interaction: A Conversation Analysis. Protagonist International Journal of Management And Technology (PIJMT) 2 (1), pp. 1-26. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)


Manan, S. A., David, M. K., & Dumanig, F. P. (2015). Ethnolinguistic dilemma and static maintenance syndrome: A study of languages policies and language perceptions in Pakistan. Language Problems and Language Planning, 39 (Forthcoming). (ISI-Cited Publication)

Dumanig, F. (2015). Descriptive Analysis of the Surigaonon Language. Polyglossia 27:1-10. (Non-ISI/Non-SCOPUS Cited Publication)

Syed Abdul Manan, David, M.K and Dumanig, F. 2014. Language management: A snapshot of governmentality within the English-medium schools in Quetta, Pakistan. Language Policy. DOI 10.1007/s10993-014-9343-x (ISI-Cited Publication)


Courses Taught: World Englishes, Ethnography of Communication, Sociolinguistics, Research Methodology, Psychology of Language Learning, Discourse Analysis
Dissertation Abstract: Language Choice in Interracial Marriages: The case of Filipino-Malaysian couples
Academic Paper Abstract: Review of doctoral research in English language education in the Philippines, Singapore and Malaysia (2007–2010)



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