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2004

Candlin, Christopher N. and Sarangi, Srikant (2004). Making applied linguistics matter [Editorial]. Journal of Applied Linguistics, 1(1) pp. 1–8.

Bhatia, Vijay K. and Candlin, Christopher N. (2004). Analysing arbitration laws across legal systems. Hermes Journal of Language and Communication Studies, 32 pp. 13–44.

Candlin, Christopher N. and Gotti, M. (2004). Special Issue: Intercultural discourse in domain-specific English. Textus: English studies in Italy, XVII(1) pp. 5–16. file

2003

Sarangi, Srikant and Candlin, Christopher N (2003). Categorization and explanation of risk: a discourse analytical perspective. Health, Risk and Society, 5(2) pp. 115–124.

Jones, Rodney H. and Candlin, Christopher N. (2003). Constructing risk across timescales and trajectories: gay men’s stories of sexual encounters. Health, Risk and Society, 5(2) pp. 199–213.

Candlin, Christopher N. and Sarangi, Srikant (2003). Introduction: Trading between reflexivity and relevance: new challenges for applied linguistics. Applied Linguistics, 24(3) pp. 271–285.

Sachs, Gertrude Tinker; Candlin, Christophe N. and Rose, Kenneth R. (2003). Developing Cooperative Learning in the Efl/Esl Secondary Classroom. RELC Journal, 34(3) pp. 338–369. file

2002

Candlin, Chris ed. (2002). Research and practice in professional discourse. Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press.

Candlin, C.N.; Bhatia, V.K. and Jensen, C.H. (2002). Developing legal writing materials for English second language learners: problems and perspectives. English for Specific Purposes, 21(4) pp. 299–320.

Candlin, Christopher N. and Candlin, Sally (2002). Introduction: Discourse, expertise, and the management of risk in health care settings. Journal of Research on Language and Social Interaction, 35(2) pp. 115–137.

Candlin, C (2002). The Cardiff Lecture: 2000: New discourses of the clinic rediscovering the patient in healthcare, Cardiff University (March). In: ed. ? Cardiff, UK: University of Wales Press, pp. 1–23.

Candlin, C. N. (2002). Communicative competence revisited. In: Legutke, M. ed. Verstehen and verstaendigung revisited. Festschrift for C. Edelhoff. Giessen, Germany: University of Giessen Press, pp. 20–35.

Candlin, Christopher; Bhatia, Vijay and Jensen, Christian (2002). Must the worlds collide? Professional and academic discourses in the study and practice of law. In: Cortese, Giuseppina and Riley, Philip eds. Domain-specific English: textual practices across communities and classrooms. Linguistic insights (2). Oxford: Peter Lang.

Candlin, C and Pilmer, D (2002). State policy and institutional practices: access by immigrant women in Australia to translation and interpreting services. In: Benson, P.; Grundy, P. and Hakura, H. eds. Access to Language Rights. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Candlin, C and Plum, G (2002). Becoming a psychologist: contested orders of discourse in academic writing. In: Barron, C and Bruce, N eds. Discourse, practice and social change. London, UK: Addison Wesley Longman.

2001

Candlin, C and Sarangi, S. (2001). Motivational relevancies: some methodological reflections on sociolinguistic practice. In: Coupland, Nikolas; Sirangi, Shrikant and Candlin, C. eds. Sociolinguistics and social theory. Language in social life. Pearson.

Candlin, Christopher N. (2001). Taking the curriculum to task. In: Bygate, Martin; Skehan, Peter and Swain, Merril eds. Researching pedagogic tasks: Second language learning, teaching, and testing. Applied linguistics and language study. Harlow, UK: Longman.

Candlin, C. and Sarangi, S. (2001). Foreword. In: Kress, Gunther; Jewitt, Carey; Ogborn, Jon and Charalampos, Tsatsarelis eds. Multimodal teaching and learning: the rhetoric of the science classroom. Advances in applied linguistics. Continuum.

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