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Name: Zane  Goebel
Institution: Nagoya University
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State and/or Country: Japan   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Discourse Analysis
Anthropological Linguistics
Specialty: Language Choice
Subject Language(s): Javanese
Selected Publications: 2008a. Enregistering, Authorizing and Denaturalizing Identity in Indonesia. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 18 (1), 46-61.

2008b. Language, Class and Ethnicity in Indonesia. Bijdragen tot de Taal, Land- en Volkenkunde, 164(1), 69-101.

2007. Enregisterment and Appropriation in Javanese-Indonesian Bilingual Talk. Language in Society, 36 (4), 511-531.

2005. An ethnographic study of code choice in two neighbourhoods of Indonesia. Australian Journal of Linguistics, 25 (1), 85-107.

2004. Language, sex, and politeness in inter-ethnic interactions in Semarang. Renai: Jurnal Politik Lokal dan Sosial Humaniora [Renai: Journal of Local Politics and Social Humanism], 4 (2), 64-91.

2004, (with Paul Black). Nobody’s a native speaker of everything. Kajian Sastra: Jurnal Bidang Kebahasaan, Kesusastraan dan Kebudayaan [Kajian Sastra: Journal of Language, Literature and Culture] 28 (1), 1-12.

2003. Learning to be polite in face-to-face inter-ethnic interactions in two multilingual communities of urban Semarang (pp. 231-281). In Sudaryono (ed.) Sang Pambayun, The Steel Magnolia as a Frontierswoman: Kumpulan Karya Ilmiah Para Pakar dalam Seminar Internasional Budaya, Bahasa dan Sastra [Sang Pambayun, The Steel Magnolia as a Frontierswoman: Proceedings of the International Seminar on Culture, Language and Literature]. Semarang: Faculty of Letters, Diponegoro University Press.

2003, (with Paul Black). Language variation in Indonesia: A learner-centred multimedia exploration of the functions of Indonesian vis-à-vis regional languages (pp. 212-231). In Sudaryono (ed.), Sang Motivator yang Sejati: Kumpulan Karangan Persembahan untuk Professor Drs. Sudjati. [A True and Consistent Motivator: Essays in Honour of Professor Drs. Sudjati]. Semarang: Faculty of Letters Diponegoro University.

2002a. Code choice in inter-ethnic interactions in two urban neighbourhoods of Indonesia. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 158, 69-87.

2002b. When do Indonesians speak Indonesian? Some evidence from inter-ethnic and foreigner-Indonesian interactions and its pedagogic implications. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 23 (6), 479-489.

2002, (with Paul Black). Multiliteracies and the teaching of Indonesian. Babel, 37 (1), 22-26, 38.
Announced on LINGUIST :  Language, Migration, and Identity
 Language, Migration, and Identity
 Language and Superdiversity
Reviewed on LINGUIST :  Language, Migration, and Identity
Courses Taught: Linguistic Anthropology
Fieldwork Methods
Intro to Sociolinguistics
Narrative Analysis
Academic Presentations
Indonesian Language
Dissertation Abstract: Communicative Competence in Indonesian: Language choice in inter-ethnic interactions in Semarang
Academic Paper Abstract: Enregisterment and Appropriation in Javanese-Indonesian Bilingual Talk
An Ethnographic Study of Code Choice in Two Neighbourhoods of Indonesia
When do Indonesians Speak Indonesian? Some Evidence from Inter-ethnic and Foreigner-Indonesian Interactions and its Pedagogic Implications.
Code choice in inter-ethnic interactions in two urban neighbourhoods of Indonesia
Identity and social conduct in a transient multilingual setting

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