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Name: Mohd  Ashraf  Bhat
Institution: Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
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State and/or Country: India   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
General Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Philosophy of Language
Writing Systems
Ling & Literature
Cognitive Science
Specialty: Critical Sociolinguistics, Cognitive Linguistics, Interactional Discourses
Selected Publications: 1. Paper “Through the Looking Glass, Darkly: Reading Alice in the Computer Game” co-authored with Dr. Souvik Mukherjee, published in the Aligarh Journal of Linguistics, (ISSN-2249-1511). Vol. (2), No. (1-2), April 2012, (pp-34-356).

2. Paper “Foundations of Language: A Biological Paradigm” published by the GRIN Publishing GmbH Munich, Germany, (ISBN No 978-3-656-02668-6), October,2011,

3. Paper “Emergence of the Urdu Discourses in Kashmir” published in the International Journal of Language in India (online) (ISSN 1930-2940) Vol. 12 No. 8, September 2011.

4. Paper “Rethinking Linguistics Identities” published in the International Journal of Jurnal Teknosastik, (ISSN 1412-9663) Vol. 8 No. 2, July 2010, (p 38-50).

5. Paper “Language: The Ultimate Tool of Social Control” published in the Interdisciplinary Journal of Linguistics (IJL), (ISSN 0974-3421) Vol. (1) 2008, (p 111-118).

6. Paper “Communicating the Inner” published in the proceedings of The National Seminar on Perspectives in Linguistics, Department of Linguistics, University of Kashmir, Srinagar (J&K) India, 2006, (p 91-98).

7. Paper “Language in Literature” published in the annual journal of Applied Linguistics 2002-2003, (p 24-30).

8. Paper “Power of the Script in Changing the Language Roles: A case of Urdu
Discourse in Kashmir,
Courses Taught: Linguistics
Dissertation Abstract: Identities in Transition: Changing Language Roles in the Kashmiri Speech Community
Academic Paper Abstract: Language: The ultimate tool of social control
Emergence of the Urdu Discourses in Kashmir
Communicating the Inner
Reconstructing Linguistic Identities
Foundations of Language: A biological paradigm
Through the Looking Glass, Darkly: Reading Alice in the computer game

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