The Linguistic Ethnography Forum (LEF) is a Special Interest Group of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL). Linguistic Ethnography holds that language and social life are mutually shaping, and that close analysis of situated language use can provide both fundamental and distinctive insights into the mechanisms and dynamics of social and cultural production in everyday activity.
LEF brings together researchers conducting linguistic ethnography in the UK and elsewhere. It seeks to explore a range of past and current work, to identify key issues, and to engage in methodologically and theoretically well-tuned debate. Currently, LEF has over 1200 members across 40 countries.
We always welcome new members. To join, simply subscribe to the LEF mailing list:
https://www.jiscmail.ac.uk/ling-ethnog. Membership of the mailing list makes you a member of the LEF.
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