Diane Larsen-Freeman and Lynne Cameron
Diane Larsen-Freeman is a Professor of Education, Professor of Linguistics, and a Research Scientist at the English Language Institute of Michigan. She is also a Distinguished Senior Faculty Fellow at the School for International Training in Brattleboro, Vermont, USA. A teacher educator for over 30 years, Professor Larsen-Freeman has published numerous books and articles about second language acquisition research, English grammar, and language teaching methods.
"'For those interested in systematic and novel ways to view and understand language, Complex Systems and Applied Linguistics is a stimulating read.'<br /><em>Benjamin J. White, Michigan State University</em><br /><br />"
"'This book contains something for every researcher in applied linguistics and classroom language practice alike.'<br /><em>Journal of the IATEFL SIG</em><br /><br />"
"'...valuable and indeed stimulating reading for graduate students and researchers alike.'<br /><em>ScienceDirect</em><br /><br />"
"'...this book succeeds in putting forward the complexity theory as a potentially interesting avenue of research in Applied Linguistics in an engaging and readable way which grants the lay-person an insight into this fascinating branch of science.'<br /><em>Mark Bain, TEFL.net</em>"