David C. S. LI (Alias: LI Chor Shing David, Li Chor-Shing, 李楚成)
TitleCited byYear
Language attitudes and linguistic features in the ‘China English’ debate
D He, D Li
World Englishes 28 (1), 70-89, 2009
2312009
Review of Rubdy, Rani and Saraceni, Mario (eds.). (2006). English in the world. Global rules, global roles
DCS Li
Asian Journal of English Language Teaching 17, 145-151, 2007
212*2007
The functions and status of English in Hong Kong: A post-1997 update
DCS Li
English World-Wide 20 (1), 67-110, 1999
1541999
Interactional dynamics in on-line and face-to-face peer-tutoring sessions for second language writers
RH Jones, A Garralda, DCS Li, G Lock
Journal of Second Language Writing 15 (1), 1-23, 2006
1352006
Cantonese‐English code‐switching research in Hong Kong: A Y2K review
D Li
World Englishes 19 (3), 305-322, 2000
1352000
Issues in bilingualism and biculturalism: A Hong Kong case study
DCS Li
Peter Lang Pub Incorporated, 1996
1351996
English and Cantonese phonology in contrast: Explaining Cantonese ESL learners' English pronunciation problems
AYW Chan, DCS Li
Language Culture and Curriculum 13 (1), 67-85, 2000
1302000
Discriminatory news discourse: some Hong Kong data
J Flowerdew, DCS Li, S Tran
Discourse & Society 13 (3), 319-345, 2002
1172002
Attitudes towards English and Cantonese among Hong Kong Chinese university lecturers
J Flowerdew, D Li, L Miller
TESOL Quarterly 32 (2), 201-231, 1998
991998
Towards ‘biliteracy and trilingualism’in Hong Kong (SAR)
DCS Li
AILA Review 22, 72-84, 2009
92*2009
Towards ‘biliteracy and trilingualism’in Hong Kong (SAR): Problems, dilemmas and stakeholders’ views
DCS Li
AILA review 22 (1), 72-84, 2009
92*2009
Chinese as a lingua franca in Greater China
DCS Li
Annual Review of Applied Linguistics 26, 149-176, 2006
882006
Researching non-native speakers’ views toward intelligibility and identity: Bridging the gap between moral high grounds and down-to-earth concerns
DCS Li
English as an international language: Perspectives and pedagogical issues …, 2009
842009
Voice, appropriation and discourse representation in a student writing task
R Scollon, WK Tsang, D Li, V Yung, R Jones
Linguistics and Education 9 (3), 227-250, 1997
811997
Hong Kong parents’ preference for English-medium education: Passive victims of imperialism or active agents of pragmatism
DCS Li
Englishes in Asia: Communication, identity, power and education, 29-62, 2002
792002
Chinese lecturers' perceptions, problems and strategies in lecturing in English to Chinese-speaking students
J Flowerdew, L Miller, DCS Li
RELC Journal 31 (1), 116-138, 2000
742000
The Plight of the Purist1
DCS Li
Language in Hong Kong at century's end 1, 161, 1998
691998
One day in the life of a “purist”
DCS Li, CY Elly
International Journal of Bilingualism 6 (2), 147-203, 2002
632002
Borrowed identity: Signaling involvement with a Western name
DCS Li
Journal of Pragmatics 28 (4), 489-513, 1997
631997
Blurred genres and fuzzy identities in Hong Kong public discourse: Foundational ethnographic issues in the study of reading
R Scollon, V Bhatia, D Li, V Yung
Applied Linguistics 20 (1), 22-43, 1999
571999
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