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Research Interests for Dominika M Baran

Research Interests: Language and identity, language ideologies, multilingual communities, language in education, language and migration

My work to date has focused on the relationship between language ideologies and the construction of social identities through linguistic practice. My PhD dissertation examined the intersection of language, ethnicity, gender and social class in the context of an educational institution in Taiwan. Most recently, I have become interested in the role of language in the shaping of immigrant identities in the United States and other English-dominant countries.

discourse analysis, narrative, Discourse Analysis, Narrative, Identity, language and identity, language and migration, language ideologies, linguistic analysis (linguistics), Linguistic Analysis (linguistics), linguistic anthropology, mandarin dialects, Mandarin Dialects, Multilingualism, multilingualism , sociolinguistics, Sociolinguistics, united states--emigration and immigration--history, United States--emigration and Immigration--history
Current projects:
Book project: Language in Immigrant America, to be published by Cambridge University Press
Recent Publications
  1. Baran, D, Translocal spaces and identities: Negotiating belonging among former refugees in a Facebook group message, edited by Ciepiela, K, Language, Identity and Community (Lodz Studies in Language Series) (2019), Peter Lang
  2. Avineri, N, Immigrants Facing Linguistic Barriers in the U.S. Justice System: Case Studies from North Carolina, edited by Graham, L; Johnson, E; Riner, R; Rosa, J (2019), pp. 227-234, Routledge
  3. Baran, D; Holmquist, Q, Immigrants facing linguistic barriers in the U.S. justice system: Case studies from North Carolina, in Language and Social Justice in Practice (December, 2018), pp. 226-234, ISBN 9781138069442 [doi[abs]
  4. Baran, DM, Narratives of migration on Facebook: Belonging and identity among former fellow refugees, Language in Society, vol. 47 no. 2 (April, 2018), pp. 245-268, Cambridge University Press (CUP) [doi[abs]
  5. Baran, D, Language in immigrant America (January, 2017), pp. 1-357, ISBN 9781107058392 [doi[abs]

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