Professor Martin Cortazzi
Visiting Professor, Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick
Martin has taught applied linguistics and trained primary and secondary teachers in several universities in Britain and given courses for teachers in Lebanon, Malaysia, Singapore, Turkey, Iran, China and elsewhere. He has a range of research interests in educational linguistics and ELT, including areas of narrative and metaphor analysis, cultures of learning, textbook and materials design, discourse and classroom language. He is a visiting and honorary professor at a number of well-known Chinese universities and Departmental Academic Advisor to the English Centre at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He has also been an external examiner for MA courses and PhD theses at many British universities. He was chief editor and contributing author for several series of College English textbooks for China (Shanghai) and recently completed eight teachers’ books for New Standard College English (Beijing).
Cortazzi, M. & Jin, L. (Eds.) (2013) Researching Cultures of Learning; international persepctives in language learning and education, Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.pp. 355.
Pilcher, N; Cortazzi, M. & Jin L. (in press 2013) Da Capo, a musical technique to evoke narrative recall, Psychology of Music,
Fazey, I; Evely, A. C; Reed, M. S; Stringer, L. C; Kruijsen, J; White, L; Newsham, A; Jin, L; Cortazzi, M; Phillipson, J; Blackstock, K; Entwhistle, N; Sheate, W; Armstrong, F; Blackmore, C; Fazey, J; Ingram, L; Gregson, J; Lowe, P; Marton, S, & Trevitt, C. (2012) Knowledge Exchange: a review and research agenda for environmental management, Environmental Conservation, Available on CJO 2012 doi:10.1017/S037689291200029X
Cortazzi, M; Pilcher, N. & Jin, L. (2011) Language choices and ‘blind shadows’: investigating interviewing with Chinese participants, Qualitative Research, 11 (5) 505-535.
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