World Englishes

Papers
(The median citation count of World Englishes is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Multilingualism and the role of English in the United Arab Emirates17
Exploring populist styles of political discourse in Twitter15
Donald Trump, legitimisation and a new political rhetoric14
English in higher education in the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan12
Comment markers in world Englishes11
English language choices in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan11
A scoping review of world Englishes in the Middle East and North Africa10
The use of English and linguistic hybridity among Emirati millennials9
English in Iran8
Roles and models of English teachers in Kazakhstan8
The founder principle and Namibian English7
Extended discourse‐pragmatic usage of now in Nigerian English7
Social media discourses of Arabism and the negotiation of Self in the Middle East6
Translanguaging and ‘Culigion’ features of Saudi English6
Empirical perspectives on English as a lingua franca (ELF) grammar6
Political metaphor in world Englishes6
Linguistic (homo)nationalism, legitimacies, and authenticities in Singapore's Pink Dot discourse6
Attitudes towards Indian English among young urban professionals in Hyderabad, India6
World Englishes in multilingual Morocco6
Being English in multilingual South Africa6
Multilingualism, nation branding, and the ownership of English in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan6
Current trends in ESP research in the Asia Pacific region5
Models of English for research publication purposes5
English in the South African language‐in‐education policy on higher education5
English as the lingua franca of academic publishing in Tunisia5
Nigerian English in Germany5
English in Turkey5
The Corpus of Singapore English Messages (CoSEM)5
English in Vietnam5
Discourse markers and world Englishes4
The ‘saffronisation’ of India and contemporary political ideology4
On models and modelling4
The progressive in 19th and 20th century settler and indigenous Indian English4
Attitudes to English in contemporary Malaysia4
Web survey data on the use of the English language in the Japanese workplace4
English in Nepal4
Backchannels and the pragmatics of South Asian Englishes4
EMI (English‐medium instruction) in Indonesian higher education4
The authority and authenticity of performative Englishes in popular culture4
Pragmatic nativisation of thanking in South Asian Englishes4
You know and like among migrants in Ireland and Australia4
The roles of English in Afghanistan3
Monglish in post‐communist Mongolia3
Word formation of Chinese English words: Evidence from the Chinese English Dictionary3
Samoan English: An emerging variety in the South Pacific3
A taxonomic approach to the use of English in the Italian media3
Noun phrase complexity in Ghanaian English3
The status and functions of English in contemporary Lebanon3
Epicentral influences of Indian English on Nepali English3
Multilingualism in the linguistic landscape of Istanbul3
World Englishes in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA)3
Ideologies of English‐medium instruction in Vietnam3
EMI (English‐medium instruction) across the Asian region2
Exploring English in TV product advertising for Dutch‐speaking children2
The discursive framing of Turkey's pro‐government town square movement2
Although‐constructions in varieties of English2
Theoretical models and statistical modelling of linguistic epicentres2
EMI (English‐medium instruction) in Singapore's major universities2
Exploring the Englishes of world politics2
Revisiting the myth of stative progressives in world Englishes2
Grammatical change in South African Englishes2
Neoliberal recontextualizations and legitimations in a post‐Confucian state2
EMI (English‐medium instruction) in South Korean elite universities2
English in MENA: A contemporary research bibliography2
English for specific business purposes in the United Arab Emirates2
Language mixing in the social network of a South African student2
Research leadership of returned overseas TESOL scholars in Cambodia2
Asserting Koreanness in South Korean middle school English textbooks2
English in the socioeconomic advancement of Cambodian hotel workers2
Finite and non‐finite complement clauses in postcolonial Englishes2
Current research on the linguistic features of Chinese English2
The epicentre model and American influence on Bahamian Englishes2
Mythological heroism in the discourse of Kwame Nkrumah2
Likein Korean English speech2
A multimodal approach to English for academic purposes in contexts of diversity2
A corpus‐based approach to Chinese English lexis2
Soin video‐mediated communication in the Expanding Circle1
Contesting territory via editorials in different varieties of English1
English in the United Arab Emirates1
EMI (English‐medium instruction) in Cambodian higher education1
Variability and acceptability in Trinidadian English1
Parliamentary Hansard records and epicentral influence in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea1
Expanding on Englishes: A symposium1
English‐medium policy and English conversational patterns in the UAE1
The sociolinguistic dynamics of Russian and English in post‐1990 Lithuania1
Prosodic variation of English in Dominica, Grenada, and Trinidad1
The current state of research into linguistic epicentres1
Englishes in the cityscape of Muscat1
Irregular verb morphology in Nigerian English1
The Persianization of English in multilingual Tehran1
You know and I think in English(es) in Zanzibar1
English in Russian musical reviews1
Multilingual legal practice and law student internships in Malaysia1
Interjections and emojis in Nigerian online communication1
Comparing attitudes toward Caribbean, British, and American accents in Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom, and the United States1
Requests in Indian and Sri Lankan English1
Epicentral influence via agent‐based modelling1
St. Lucia Creole English and Dominica Creole English1
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