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and Asia. Hong Kong Scholarship Online sits alongside Oxford Scholarship Online on University Press Scholarship Online. Content on University Press Scholarship Online is fully cross-searchable. Linguistics Hong Kong Scholarship Online's linguistics collection provides a contemporary record of the spread and development of the English language in the South, Southeast, and East Asia, from both linguistic and literary perspectives. The selected works reflect themes related to the English language that cut across national and linguistic boundaries, including the study of language policies; globalization and linguistic imperialism; English in the media, English in law, government and education; 'hybrid' Englishes; and the bilingual
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