Waseda Working Papers in ELF: Table of Contents

2016 – Volume 5

Preface V
Introduction: ELF Research, Corpora, and Different Approaches to Data 1
Kumiko Murata  
Part I Corpora in ELF Research
Investigating Multilingual Practices in BELF Meetings with VOICE: A Corpus Linguistic Case Study with Methodological Considerations 15
Marie-Luise Pitzl
Asian Corpus of English (ACE): New Resource for ELF Studies 41
Wang Lixun
Part II Conversation Analytic Approaches to ELF Corpora
Conceptualizing ELF as a Translanguaging Phenomenon: Covert and Overt Resources in a Transnational Workplace 61
Alessia Cogo
A Conversation Analytic Approach to ELF Communication: Incorporating Embodied Action in the Analysis of Interactional Achievement 78
Mayu Konakahara
Intelligibility and Segmentation in English as a Lingua Franca in Japan 97
George O’Neal
Part III Narrative Approaches in ELF Research
Using Narrative Inquiry in ELF Research: Exploring BELF Users’ Perspective 117
Miyuki Takino
A Narrative Approach to ELF-focused Research: Diary Study for Investigating Identity Construction of Japanese ELF Speakers 136
Yoko Nogami
Research on Learning Experiences in an English-medium Instruction (EMI) Setting of a Japanese University 153
Reiko Kano
Part IV ELF Practice, Teacher Reflection and Pedagogy
Teaching English as a Lingua Franca in a Japanese University: An Autoethnography 171
Chin Leong Patrick NG
 An Overview Perspective on Teaching ELF: Principles and Practices 186
Paul McBride

2015 – Volume 4

Preface V
Introduction: Furthering ELF Research in Academic and Business Contexts 1
Kumiko Murata  
Part I Theories and Practice of ELF
The Pragmatics of ELF Variation 17
Henry Widdowson
The Global Significance of ELF 28
Barbara Seidlhofer
Critical language testing and English Lingua Franca: How can one help the other? 37
Elana Shohamy
Part II ELF in Business and Workplace Settings
‘Beyond ‘Nice to meet you’: small talk in ELF for initial business communication 55
Akiko Otsu
Three Asian ELF settings: diverse situations, diverse practices 70
Alan Thompson
Essential English for Business Meetings: responses from 909 Businesspersons’ Scaled Survey 89
Hajime Terauchi and Sayako Maswana
Part III ELF Interactions and Corpus-based Research: focus on methodologies
Identity Construction and Sociopragmatic ELF Use: Sharedness among East Asian ELF speakers 107
Yoko Nogami
How ELF users negotiate face during complaining: An analysis of third-party complaints in ELF casual conversation among friends 128
Mayu Konakahara
Comparing articles of ELF-based and native-norm-based journals using a small-scale corpus 149
Keiko Tsuchiya
A consideration of the methodological underpinnings in the elicitation of ELF speakers’ vocabulary preferences 168
Leah Gilner
Part IV Exploring ELF in EMI Settings: reports on practice
Toward the development of CELFIL (Content and ELF Integrated Learning) for EMI classes in higher education in Japan 187
Nobuyuki Hino
University English Language programs in Transition: EFL to ELF, then? 199
Masaki Oda
A case study of the role of English in a Chinese university 209
Ying Wang
Nurturing EMI in broad-based Japanese Higher Education: the case of Chukyo University 219
Jim D’Angelo
Challenges in EMI, a case study of ‘World Englishes online’ 229
Michiko Nakano

2014 – Volume 3

Preface V
Introduction: Researching ELF in higher education and business contexts 1
Kumiko Murata  
Part I ELF in Higher Education: Language policies, attitudes and identities
The internationalisation of higher education. But what about its lingua franca? 15
Jennifer Jenkins
Hyojun-go, kotoba no midare and the English language. 32
Nicola Galloway
Native-speaker norm as an acquired disposition generating the politics of participation in an English-medium university education 52
Takuji Aso
Part II ELF in Business and Workplace Settings
ELF in international business contexts: Key issues and future perspectives 69
Susanne Ehrenreich
ELF interactions among Asian development workers: Different proficiencies, strategies, and adjustments 90
Alan Thompson
Attitudes toward English in academic and professional settings: An analysis of talk-in-interaction from an ELF perspective 107
Akiko Otsu
Part III ELF Interactions and Implications for Language Pedagogy
Interactionally skillful participation in ELF interactions: A case of floor-attempting overlapping talk 125
Mayu Konakahara
Why bother switching to ELF?: Analysing code-switching in a group discussion in a CLIL class at university in Japan 140
Keiko Tsuchiya
Teaching the effective use of ELF: Insights from research into ELF pragmatics 158
Jagdish Kaur

2013 – Volume 2

Preface V
Introduction: Researching ELF in academic contexts 1
Kumiko Murata  
English as a global lingua franca – changing language in changing global academia 10
Anna Mauranen
Own-language use in academic discourse in English as a lingua franca 28
Juliane House
Overlapping as an active involvement in ELF interactions: explicitness and efficiency 40
Mayu Konakahara
Behaviours in ELF: analyzing interruption sequences in discussions in an EAP course 59
Keiko Tsuchiya
We are jun-Japa – dynamics of ELF communication in an English medium academic context 84
Masakazu Iino and Kumiko Murata
ELF on public transport signs in Tokyo 101
Peter Backhaus
Effects of early language learning on speech perception: from an ELF perspective 111
Tetsuo Harada
A review of two large-scale academic English tests from an ELF perspective 123
Yasuyo Sawaki
Conference Reports
ELF 5 (The 5th International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca) May 24-26, 2012 Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey 138
Yasukata Yano
World Englishes 2012: The 18th Conference of the International Association for World Englishes Hong Kong-Guangzhou 144
Yaukata Yano

2012 – Volume 1

Preface V
Introduction 1
Kumiko Murata  
ELF (English as a Lingua Franca): new perspectives on English 10
Barbara Seidlhofer
Creative capability: rethinking the subject English 18
H G Widdowson
World Englishes and English as a lingua franca: a personal observation 24
Yasukata Yano
「英語でつなぐ世界の高等教育-SILSのケースを中心に」[English as a lingua franca connecting higher education in the world] 33
Masakazu Iino
「企業が求める英語力-ELF研究への足がかりとして」[English language competence required by global business people: a first step to ELF research] 42
Hajime Terauchi
Traces of ELF in Japan’s linguistic landscape 58
Peter Backhaus
The politics of EIL: toward border-crossing communication in and beyond English 65
Ryuko Kubota