Studies in Parallel Language Use
The CIP series 'Studier i Parallelsproglighed' (Studies in Parallel Language Use) is published as part of the peer-reviewed series 'Københavnerstudier i tosprogethed' (Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism), which is published by the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Copenhagen.
All except two volumes (C6 and C7) are available for free download on this website. Go to the description of the book to find the download link. Printed editions of volume C6 and C7 can be acquired by contacting CIP's secretariat via email or in person during business hours.
Volume C14 (2021) - in Danish
Karen-Margrete Frederiksen, Pernille Hvalsøe and Sanne Larsen (eds.)
Online language teaching in the time of corona
- Reflections from the first phase
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C14, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN: 978-87-93510-49-4 ISSN: 0901-9731
This collection of articles contains reflections from a group of university lecturers about language teaching during the first phase of the corona lockdown in the spring of 2020. The lecturers express a range of frustrations and describe a number of significant problems with the practical and pedagogical switch to online teaching. They share many observations: first and foremost, their concern for the relationship between the lecturer and the students, and between the students themselves, but they also note how the forms and nature of communication change in a virtual space. This has profound pedagogical ramifications, especially when language constitutes both the objective and the means of the teaching. The six lecturers, who are all experienced lecturers at the University of Copenhagen, share their experiences first-hand and offer valuable advice for future online courses.
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Volume C13 (2021) - in Danish
Tore Kristiansen and Anne Holmen (eds.)
Status of languages in the national community of Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands in 2031
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C13, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN: 978-87-93510-46-3, ISSN: 0901-9731
Since 1991, an anthology has been published every ten years focusing on the status of languages in Denmark. What is unique about the articles is that they all contain Danish language researchers’ views on how they believe language will change and develop over the next ten years. This year, for the first time, there are also contributions from Greenland and the Faroe Islands, written by researchers with Greenlandic and Faroese as their first language respectively. These contributions cover a wide range of linguistic areas in the Kingdom and, to varying degrees, are spiced up with assessments and predictions about the future. The purpose of the project ‘The future status of languages’ is to highlight an important aspect of this rich linguistic heritage: the desire to make a difference for the better. A book launch and seminar were held on 5 November 2021 at the Department of Nordic Studies and Linguistics.
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Volume C12 (2021) - in English, Swedish, Norwegian and Danish
Anne Holmen and Katja Årosin Laursen (eds.)
Developing academic language programmes for newly arrived migrants
- The role of Nordic Universities
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C12, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN: 978-87-93510-12-8, ISSN: 0901-9731
In 2015, the Nordic countries took in a greater number of refugees than in the previous period. Many of these refugees were young people who had started university courses or had university-entry qualifications. Norway, Sweden and Finland launched special academic bridge-building programmes to help qualified refugees transition to higher education. This publication describes the Norwegian and Swedish experiences and revisits experience gained from a similar Danish bridge-building programme 15 years ago.
Volume C11 (2021) - in English
Janus Mortensen og Dorte Lønsmann (eds.)
The sociolinguistic complexity of international higher education: Student perspectives on language ideologies and social inclusion.
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C11, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN: 978-87-93510-07-4, ISSN: 0901-9731
This issue includes six articles that all focus on language and inclusion in international higher education in Denmark. Drawing on qualitative interviews with international students at a university college, the articles investigate language ideological beliefs about the use of Danish and English at school and in Danish society in general. The introduction by Dorte Lønsmann and Janus Mortensen is followed by articles by Simone Møller Krogh, Karen-Sofie Ahrenfeldt Madsen, Ida Moth Kej, Frida Lundquist Andersen and Niels G. van Leeuwen.
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Volume C10 (2020) - in Danish
Snakker nej Dansk Bilka, kun arbejde.
The Series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C10, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN: 978-87-93510-09-8, ISSN: 0901-9731
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Volume C9 (2016) - in Danish
Marta Kirilov og Anne Holmen (ed).
This anthology on 'Cultural learning' contains six articles with different angles to cultural learning. All articles are in Danish. The introduction written by Marta Kirilova and Anne Holmen is followed by articles written by Karen Risager, Uffe Kasper Rasmussen, Kristine Rode Larsen and Julie Valvik.
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C9, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN: 978-87-91621-90-1, ISSN: 0901-9731
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Volume C8 (2015) - in English
Talk About Mouth Speculums: Collocational Competence and Spoken Fluency in Non-Native English-Speaking University Lecturers.
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C8, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN: 87-91621-68-2, ISSN: 0901-9731
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Volume C7 (2015) - in Danish
Camilla Falk Rønne Nissen
A parallel use in reality – an ethnographic study of language use in two courses taught in English at SCIENCE and SUND, University of Copenhagen.
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C7, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN: 87-91621-62-3, ISSN: 0901-9731.
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Volume C6 (2014) - in Danish
Stine Myssing Odgaard
“It is not a language you can just pick up” – a study into the need for courses in academic Danish for students with Danish as a second language at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies at the University of Copenhagen.
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C6, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN: 87-91621-60-7, ISSN: 0901-9731.
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Volume C5 (2013) - in Danish
Anna Kristina Hultgren
Parallelsproglighed på danske universiteter: En statusrapport 2013.
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C5, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN 87-91621-61-5, ISSN 0901-9731.
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Volume C4 (2013) - in Danish
Katja Årosin Laursen
"Det er sprogligt - selv hvor du ikke lægger mærke til det". En empirisk undersøgelse af sproglige og faglige vanskeligheder hos farmaceutstuderende med dansk som andetsprog på Københavns Universitet.
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C4, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN 87-91621-57-7, ISSN 0901-9731.
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Volume C3 (2011) - in English
Lotte Eggert Kiil
Danish University Students' Use of Code-Switching During English-Medium Instruction - A case study of two English-medium courses at The Faculty of Life Sciences, University of Copenhagen.
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C3, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN 9788791621499, ISSN 0901-9731.
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Volume C2 (2010) - in Danish
Anne Sofie Jakobsen
"Ellers er det bare lige ud af landevejen" - en interviewundersøgelse af ti underviseres holdninger til og erfaringer med engelsksproget undervisning ved Det Biovidenskabelige Fakultet, KU.
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C2, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN 8791621399, ISSN 0901-9731.
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Volume C1 (2009) - in Danish
Tina Skriver Didriksen
Engelsk som undervisningssprog på de danske universiteter - en empirisk undersøgelse af danske førsteårsstuderendes holdninger og indgangskompetencer.
The series Studies in Parallel Language Use, volume C1, Copenhagen Studies in Bilingualism.
ISBN 8791621240, ISSN 0901-9731.
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