Dr Chloé Diskin

I have recently joined the School of Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne as Lecturer in Applied Linguistics. My research interests include sociolinguistics, second language acquisition, discourse-pragmatic variation,‌ language attitudes and ideologies, and discourse analysis. I am particularly interested in the sociolinguistics of migration and globalization.

PUBLICATIONS

Diskin, C. & Regan, V. forthcoming. 'Is this English or something else?' The attitudes of recently-arrived Polish migrants to Irish English. World Englishes.

Diskin, C. 2016. Standard Language Ideologies in Multicultural Ireland: A Case Study of Polish and Chinese Migrants in Dublin. In: Regan, V., Diskin, C. & Martyn, J. (eds.) Language, Identity and Migration: Voices from Transnational Speakers and Communities. Oxford: Peter Lang, 287-326.

Martyn, J. & Diskin, C. 2016. Introduction. Sociolinguistic and discursive approaches to language and identity. In: Regan, V., Diskin, C. & Martyn, J. (eds.) Language, Identity and Migration: Voices from Transnational Speakers and Communities. Oxford: Peter Lang, 1-16.

Regan, V., Diskin, C., Martyn, J. (eds.) 2016. Language, Identity and Migration: Voices from Transnational Speakers and Communities. Oxford: Peter Lang.

Diskin, C. & Regan, V. 2015. Migratory Experience and Second Language Acquisition among Polish and Chinese Migrants in Dublin, Ireland. In: Forsberg Lundell, F. & Bartning, I. (eds.) Cultural Migrants and Optimal Language Acquisition. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters,137–177.

Diskin, C. 2013. Integration and Identity: Acquisition of Irish-English by Polish and Chinese Migrants in Dublin, Ireland. Newcastle Working Papers in Linguistics,19(1), 67–89.
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