SSCI Papers Recently Published by Young Teachers of Our College
On February 16, Chen Jianlin, vice professor of our college, published online as an independent author a paper titled How Do L3 Words Find Conceptual Parasitic Hosts in Typologically Distant L1 or L2? Evidence From a Cross-linguistic Priming Effect in International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, a journal indexed by SSCI, A&HCI and ESI. Liuhong, lecturer of our college, published online as an independent author in the same journal a paper titled A Socio-cognitive Approach to Code-switching: From the Perspective of a Dynamic Usage-based Account of Language on February 26. Issued by Taylor&Francis Publishing Group, International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism has an IF of 1.373 according to Clarivate’s Journal Citation Reports released in 2017, ranking the top 20% of over 180 linguistic journals.
A phased progress of his research program sponsored by National Social Science Foundation, Vice professor Chen’s paper explores the path and approach of semantic acquisition of words of English as L3 by Tibetan middle school students. It supplements and develops Parasitic Model, an influential theory in L3 acquisition. Liuhong’s paper is an extending research based on her previous research findings in her doctoral phase, interpreting C-E code-switching via Usage-based Account of Language from the perspective of socio-cognitive linguistics. She further develops the Usage-based Account of Language and reveals the dynamic relationship between language usage and other social factors.
The publications in international journals by the two young teachers mark a significant breakthrough in scientific research level of our college and will definitely inject new vitality into the development of our college.