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Multilingualism and the language curriculum in South Africa: contextualising French within the local language ecology 812 2001 0 19 2832
Language ideologies and the politics of language in post-colonial Africa 1085 1195 0 14 2294
A spin to preserve contrast: Taiwanese tone sandhi 1267 15 0 48 1330
Narrative impact: How stories change minds 1067 100 0 0 1167
Writing centres as dialogic spaces: Negotiating conflicting discourses around citation and plagiarism 729 275 0 61 1065
Translating Yemeni cartoons into English: A Systemic Functional Linguistics approach 683 36 0 24 743
Hiatus resolution in Xitsonga 571 57 0 19 647
The perfective and imperfective aspects in Xhosa 591 31 0 21 643
The associative copulative and expression of bodily discomfort in Northern Sotho 379 192 0 33 604
Are dialects markers of ethnic identity? The case of Setswana dialects and ethnic groups 400 104 0 15 519
An analysis of metaphorical idioms in South African Indian English 427 33 0 31 491
The loyalty of the literary reviser: Author, source text, target text or reader? 442 19 0 15 476
Speaker's reference, semantic reference and public reference 430 13 0 13 456
Mind the gap: Towards determining which collocations to teach 386 42 0 22 450
Extended exponence in isiNdebele morphology 366 49 0 18 433
Using African languages at universities in South Africa: The struggle continues 294 84 0 40 418
'Hopeful' directions for writing centres in South Africa: From safe spaces to transitional sites of articulating practice 371 21 0 13 405
Using multimodal pedagogies in writing centres to improve student writing 331 38 0 24 393
Effects of morphology in the nativisation of loanwords: The borrowing of /s/ in Xitsonga 318 28 0 43 389
Youth discourse in multilingual Mauritius: The pragmatic significance of swearing in multiple languages 321 39 0 15 375
A comparative study of depression in Bantu, Khoisan and Chinese Wu - laryngeal settings and feature specifications 295 63 0 12 370
Construction of deaf narrative identity in creative South African Sign Language 278 40 0 52 370
Yorubá vowel deletion involves compensatory lengthening: Evidence from phonetics 147 41 0 181 369
The curse of poverty and marginalisation in language development: The case of Khoisan languages of Botswana 245 88 0 35 368
A perfect end: A study of syllable codas in South African Sign Language 269 28 0 27 324
The subjective use of postural verbs in Afrikaans (II): a corpus analysis of CPV en in Zefrikaans 271 7 0 22 300
"We are not a 'fix-it shop'": The writing centre as a uniquely configured learning space 215 34 0 32 281
The syntax of interjections in isiXhosa: A a corpus-driven study 215 35 0 31 281
Developing agency in a writing centre context: A Social Realist interpretation 126 121 0 26 273
What the giant tells us about agreeing post-verbal subjects in Xhosa 231 22 0 18 271
Stabilising determinants in the transmission of phonotactic systems: Diachrony and acquisition of coda clusters in Dutch and Afrikaans 237 13 0 20 270
A usage-based investigation of Afrikaans-speaking children's holophrases and communicative intentions 188 24 0 53 265
The 'rise and fall' of a genre: The generic and rhetorical renditions of a Runyankore-Rukiga editorial 200 33 0 30 263
ATR vowel harmony in Ateso 228 19 0 12 259
Challenges of multilingual education: Streamlining affordances through Dominant Language Constellations 185 40 0 33 258
From physical to online spaces in the age of the #FeesMustFall protests: A Critical Interpretative Synthesis of writing centres in emergency situations 178 46 0 31 255
Decentering and recentering the writing centre using online feedback: Towards a collaborative model of integrating academic literacies development 178 36 0 36 250
Negation of subject with nominal modifiers in Sesotho 198 36 0 11 245
The subjective use of postural verb in Afrikaans (I): evolution from progressive to modal 190 14 0 31 235
Writing within simultaneity: A reflective progress report through letters from the Wits Writing Programme 179 33 0 22 234
From African languages to an African perspective on language: The work and research of Prof. Marianna W. Visser 159 43 0 32 234
The syntax of relative clause constructions in Runyankore-Rukiga: A typological perspective 157 37 0 39 233
Distribution of conjunctive and disjunctive forms in Xitsonga 188 26 0 18 232
Deconstructing and reinventing the concept of multilingualism: A case study of the Mauritian sociolinguistic landscape 189 22 0 12 223
It may be copyrighted, but it still needs help: Improving research questionnaires by means of intralingual translation 194 9 0 13 216
Writing centre consultants as critical friends 159 32 0 23 214
Against words with two main stresses: The case of Guugu Yimidhirr revisited 152 15 0 47 214
Exploring the gap between what we say and what we do: Writing centres, 'safety', and 'risk' in higher education 161 21 0 31 213
Meeting them halfway: Altering language conventions to facilitate human-robot interaction 150 35 0 25 210
In-between access and transformation: Analysing a university writing centre's academic support programme for education students as third space 141 28 0 38 207
Foreground and background in the narrative discourse of Luke's Gospel: Some remarks on the function of the Greek imperfect and pluperfect indicative tense-forms 164 18 0 22 204
Evaluating four readability formulas for Afrikaans 178 5 0 16 199
Definition and design: Aligning language interventions in education 149 16 0 29 194
Resolving verbal reduplication paradoxes in Malawian Tonga 170 9 0 13 192
Space, place, and power in South African writing centres: Special issue in honour of Sharifa Daniels 136 21 0 31 188
Evaluating the Synthesis Model of tutoring across the educational spectrum 115 32 0 38 185
Negotiating new ways of developing writing in disciplinary spaces: The changing role of writing consultants at the Wits School of Education Writing Centre 114 34 0 34 182
The lexical semantics and syntax interface of anticausative alternations in Kiwoso 106 29 0 39 174
Buriat dorsal epenthesis is not reproduced with novel morphemes 109 17 0 47 173
Recontextualisation and reappropriation of social and political discourses in toilet graffiti at the University of the Western Cape 128 21 0 21 170
Aiming beyond the written, to the writer and writing: The writing consultation as a mentoring process for life-long writing 119 18 0 31 168
Manifestation of kubanga causal connectives in English-Luganda bilingual discourse 84 43 0 34 161
A heuristic framework for voice instruction at the doctoral level 125 16 0 19 160
Sensationalism in argumentation: A case of the Zimbabwean parliament debates 97 28 0 34 159
Equitable multilingualism? The case of Stellenbosch University Writing Laboratory 132 14 0 11 157
Dative applicative elements in Arusa (Maa): A canonical approach to the argument-adjunct distinction 100 18 0 34 152
The path to verbal bodily diagnostics in isiXhosa 100 17 0 28 145
Anticausatives with passives of subordinate intransitive clauses in Xitsonga 87 18 0 35 140
Afrikaanse taalvariasie: Uitdagings vir regverdige meting van jong kinders se taal 83 16 0 37 136
On augment-less NPs in Xhosa and de NPs in French 90 14 0 30 134
Assessing spoken-language educational interpreting: Measuring up and measuring right 106 9 0 14 129
An interview with Sharifa Daniels 119 10 0 0 129
Voorkeurstrategieë in die Noord-Sotho-vertaling van Terminologie van het tolken 91 18 0 16 125
Participation and decision-making at community development meetings: An appraisal of a subtle style in Luganda 74 21 0 30 125
High tone lowering and raising in Tsua 92 21 0 11 124
Kernstappe vir kwaliteitbestuur in die vertaalbedryf en in akademiese vertaalkantore 77 13 0 33 123
Using reflective pedagogy to improve writing consultant practice 90 11 0 21 122
Die waarde van Akteur-Netwerk-Teorie en 'n etnografiese navorsingstrategie vir die ondersoek van opvoedkundige tolking aan die Universiteit Stellenbosch 49 18 0 51 118
China Town as a multilingual workplace 77 17 0 23 117
From the Writing Lab to the ESL classroom 103 11 0 0 114
Validating the performance standards set for language assessments of academic readiness: The case of Stellenbosch University 70 22 0 20 112
Editors' Preface 64 45 0 0 109
Die wisselwerking tussen teorie en praktyk in die ontwerp van 'n kurrikulum met transtaling as kernkomponent 64 7 0 35 106
Introduction 42 63 0 0 105
Clear mind, full head, can't lose 86 18 0 0 104
Interpreting research in South Africa: A bibliometric study 65 14 0 21 100
Power dynamics in writing consultations and potential lessons for teaching: An English Studies perspective 87 10 0 0 97
Seeing the writer behind the writing: How the Writing Lab influenced my feedback-giving practices 84 12 0 0 96
Adapting writing laboratory activities to different spaces and cultures 86 9 0 0 95
Op pad na optimale ondersteuning vir akademiese geletterdhede: Die strewe na beter belyning tussen teorie en praktyk 67 6 0 20 93
Van tematiese na alfabetiese na tematiese ordening in woordeboeke - wisselwerking tussen teorie en praktyk 63 9 0 18 90
Then and now: The relevance of the writing consultant experience today 77 10 0 0 87
A pseudo-consecutive non-canonical serial verb construction in isiXhosa 62 10 0 13 85
Taalbeleidshersiening en die ontplanning van Afrikaans aan die Universiteit van die Vrystaat 54 4 0 24 82
Principles and challenges of programme planning at a language centre serving two Swiss universities 73 5 0 0 78
Vriendskap teenoor vyandskap in taalbeplanning vir die Universiteit Stellenbosch: Die bydrae van Leon de Stadler 60 3 0 0 63
Editorial 51 5 0 0 56
Die ontwikkeling van 'n gestruktureerde indiensontwikkelings-program vir opvoedkundige tolke aan die Universiteit Stellenbosch 51 4 0 0 55
Voorwoord 39 4 0 0 43
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