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Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication
MULTIPLES - Research Centre for Multilingual Practices and Language Learning in Society
Projects as PhD researcher
Language and legal counselling. A linguistic ethnography of multilingual support in the legal assistance to asylum seekers in Belgium
Co-construction during lawyer-client consultations in the field of asylum law: managing narratives, managing identities
So you need to be able to tell it well : on footing and genre in lawyer-client consultations in the field of asylum law
The co-construction of 'credibility' during lawyer-client consultations in the field of Belgian asylum law
Multilingualism and integration in preschool : a linguistic ethnographic analysis of the interactions between teachers and parents
Towards a multilingual preschool policy : a linguistic ethnographic analysis of the implementation of a transformative pedagogy
Most recent publications
Jacobs, Marie, and Katrijn Maryns. “Managing Narratives, Managing Identities : Language and Credibility in Legal Consultations with Asylum Seekers.”
LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY
, 2021, doi:10.1017/S0047404521000117.
Maryns, Katrijn, and Marie Jacobs. “Data Constitution and Engagement with the Field of Asylum and Migration.”
JOURNAL OF PRAGMATICS
, vol. 178, 2021, pp. 146–58, doi:10.1016/j.pragma.2021.03.008.
Jacobs, Marie. “The Co-Construction of ‘credibility’ during Lawyer-Client Consultations in the Field of Belgian Asylum Law.”
Jaarcongres VSR 2020: Law and Uncertainty, Abstracts
Jacobs, Marie. “Towards a Multilingual Preschool Policy : A Linguistic Ethnographic Analysis of the Implementation of a Transformative Pedagogy.”
Transformative Pedagogical Perspectives on Home Language Use in Classrooms
, edited by Janice E. Jules and Krah L. Belgrave, IGI Global, 2020, pp. 1–20, doi:10.4018/978-1-7998-4075-6.ch001.
Jacobs, Marie. “So You Need to Be Able to Tell It Well : On Footing and Genre in Lawyer-Client Consultations in the Field of Asylum Law.”
BAAL 2019 : Broadening the Horizons of Applied Linguistics, Conference Abstracts
, Manchester Metropolitan University, 2019.
Engels: taalpraktijk D (A703037)