215Introduction To Spanish Linguistics
360Studies In Spanish Linguistics
Spanish, second language acquisition, study abroad, pragmatics, discourse analysis
Shively, R. L. (2016). Heritage language learning in study abroad: Motivations, identity work, and language development. In D. Pascual (Ed.), Advances in Spanish as a heritage language (pp. 259-280). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Brewer, E., Shively, R. L., Gozik, N., Doyle, D., & Savicki, V. (2015). Beyond the study abroad industry: Perspectives from other disciplines on assessing study abroad learning outcomes. In V. Savicki & E. Brewer (Eds.), Assessing study abroad: Theory, tools, and practice (pp. 33-56). Sterling, VA: Stylus.
Shively, R. L. (2015). “Tú no eres española”: Teasing of L2 learners in host family communities of practice. In D. A. Koike & C. S. Blyth (Eds.), Dialogue in multilingual and multimodal communities (pp. 107-137). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Shively, R. L. (2013). Language in context: Pragmatics in second language Spanish. In K. Geeslin (Ed.), The Handbook of Spanish Second Language Acquisition (pp. 331-350). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.
Shively, R. L. (forthcoming). Study abroad. Handbook of Spanish as a minority/heritage language. Routledge.
Shively, R. L. (2016). An activity theoretical approach to social interaction in study abroad. L2 Journal, 8, 51-75.
Shively, R. L. (2015). Developing interactional competence during study abroad: Listener responses in L2 Spanish. System, 48, 86-98.
Shively, R. L. (2013). Learning to be funny in Spanish during study abroad: L2 humor development. The Modern Language Journal, 97(4), 930-946.
Shively, R. L. (2013). Out-of-class interaction during study abroad: Service encounters in Spain. Spanish in Context, 10(1), 53-91.
Bataller, R., & Shively, R. L. (2011). Roleplays and naturalistic data in interlanguage pragmatics research: Service encounters during study abroad. Journal of Linguistics and Language Teaching, 2(1).
Shively, R. L. (2011). L2 pragmatic development in study abroad: A longitudinal study of Spanish service encounters. Journal of Pragmatics, 43(6), 1818-1835.
Shively, R. L. (2010). From the virtual world to the real world: A model of pragmatics instruction for study abroad. Foreign Language Annals, 43(1), 105-137. Winner of the 2011 ACTFL-MLJ Paul Pimsleur Award for Research in Foreign Language Education.
Shively, R. L. (2008). L2 acquisition of [β], [∂], and [ɣ] in Spanish: Impact of experience, linguistic environment, and learner variables. Southwest Journal of Linguistics, 27(2), 79-114.
Shively, R. L., & Cohen, A. D. (2008). Development of Spanish requests and apologies during study abroad. Íkala: Revista de Lenguaje y Cultura, 13(20), 57-118.
Shively, R. L., Menke, M. R., & Manzón-Omundson, S. M. (2008). Perception of irony by L2 learners of Spanish. Issues in Applied Linguistics, 16(2), 101-132.
Cohen, A. D., & Shively, R. L. (2007). Acquisition of requests and apologies in Spanish and French: Impact of study abroad and strategy-building intervention. The Modern Language Journal, 91(2), 189-212.
Paige, R. M., Cohen, A. D., & Shively, R. L. (2004). Assessing the impact of a strategies-based curriculum on language and culture learning abroad. Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad, 10, 253-276.