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Modern Languages & Linguistics PhD Projects

We have 11 Modern Languages & Linguistics PhD Projects

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  Exploring “Learning Spaces” in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
  Dr R Shanks, Dr V Greenier
Applications accepted all year round

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This study will explore the ways in which the physical learning environment (i.e.
  Cross-cultural differences in nonverbal behaviours during face-to-face communication
  Dr M Chu
Applications accepted all year round

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION. Effective cross-cultural interaction requires not only understanding spoken language but also the ability to decode nonverbal cues in face-to-face communication.
  Establishing whether children form stereotypes via statistical learning
  Dr D Martin, Dr J Hutchison
Applications accepted all year round

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This project will establish how children’s social stereotypes form as they repeatedly encounter social information across different situations.
  Sentence planning in bilingual speakers: Incrementality and adaptation in native and non-native language production.
  Dr A Konopka
Applications accepted all year round

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How do speakers put thoughts into words? Native speakers normally plan what they are going to say incrementally.
  Sounds in the womb: fetal reactions to what they hear
  Dr N Reissland
Applications accepted all year round

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Fetuses can hear from around the 23rd week of gestation. They are exposed to a variety of language and non-language sounds in the womb.
  Translation / Linguistics: Fully Funded Joint PhD Scholarship: TransMet: Translating Metaphors: The Learner, the Translator and the Machine
  Dr M Fernandez-Parra
Application Deadline: 29 September 2019

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This scholarship is funded by Swansea University and Université Grenoble Alpes. Start date. 1 October 2019. Subject areas. Translation, Corpus Linguistics, Machine Translation, Language Learning.
  The acquisition of morphology in children: understanding the factors involved in children’s comprehension and production of correct inflections
  Prof E Lieven, Prof A Theakston
Applications accepted all year round

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Morphology is the study of the prefixes or endings that change the meanings of words (called inflections). In English, -s, codes number (girl-girlS); -ed codes past tense (eg.
  Interart dialogue and transmedial receptions of nineteenth-century French poetry
  Dr C Ardrey
Applications accepted all year round

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This PhD project, supervised by Dr Caroline Ardrey will examine artistic dialogues and transmedial reception histories of nineteenth-century French poetry.
  Bilingual Language Processing: Investigating the similarities and differences between native and non-native sentence comprehension
  Dr I Cunnings
Applications accepted all year round

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A considerable literature has investigated whether non-native speakers of a language process their non-native language in the same way as native speakers.
  Community resilience in an age of austerity – examining volunteering as a response to public sector cuts
  Research Group: Strategy and International Business group
  Dr G Nichols, Dr M McGuinness
Applications accepted all year round

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This research will examine community response to cuts in local government support of traditional leisure services through the theoretical frameworks of social capital (1), the big society (2, 3), community resilience (4,5) and how these are constructed and understood in the context of disruption to local community structures arising from austerity measures.
  Editing Ann Radcliffe (The Romance of the Forest [1791])
  Assoc Prof T Duggett
Applications accepted all year round

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The PhD studentship is part of a project to produce a scholarly edition of Ann Radcliffe’s breakthrough ‘Gothic Romance’, The Romance of the Forest (1791).
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