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Outer and expanding circle Englishes: The competing roles of norm orientation and proficiency levels

Bibliographic reference Edwards, Alison ; Laporte, Samantha. Outer and expanding circle Englishes: The competing roles of norm orientation and proficiency levels. In: English World-Wide : a journal of varieties of English, Vol. 36, no. 2, p. 135-169 (2015)
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