International Multilingual Research Journal

The International Multilingual Research Journal (IMRJ) invites scholarly contributions with strong interdisciplinary perspectives to understand and promote bi/multilingualism, bi/multi-literacy, and linguistic democracy. The journal's focus is on these topics as related to languages other than English as well as dialectal variations of English. It has three thematic emphases: The intersection of language and culture, the dialectics of the local and global, and comparative models within and across contexts. The IMRJ is committed to promoting equity, access, and social justice in education, and to offering accessible research and policy analyses to better inform scholars, educators, students, and policy makers



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Posted: 2015-06-29
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Vol 8, No 3 (2014)

Table of Contents


IMRJ 12-171(In)Validating Language-Minority Literacies: A Closer Look at the Effects of Arizonas Anti-Bilingual Education Law
Eric J Johnson
IMRJ13-183: Language learning as culture keeping: Family language policies of transnational adoptive parents
Sarah J Shin
IMRJ13-179: “What Do You Want to Say?” How adolescents use translanguaging to expand learning
Melinda Martin-Beltran
IMRJ13-182 Playful dialogues of a bilingual child in every day conversations
Mary Esther Soto Huerta, Mari Riojas-Cortez

Book reviews

Negotiating Language Policies in Schools: Educators as Policymakers
Deborah Palmer