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Hall, Nigel and Sing, Sue (2011) Seven- to nine-year-olds’ understandings of speech marks: some issues and problems. ISSN 0022-2224

Hall, Nigel and Guery, Frederique (2010) Child Language Brokering: Some considerations. MediAzioni : Rivista Online di Studi Interdisciplinari su Lingue e Culture, 10 (Specia). pp. 24-46. ISSN 1974-4382

Hall, Nigel and Sham, Sylvia (2007) Language brokering as young people's work: evidence from Chinese adolescents in England. ISSN 0950-0782

Book Section

Hall, Nigel and Guo, Z. (2012) Child language and cultural brokering. In: Hall, N. and Guo, Z. Child language and cultural brokering. In A. Ivars & J. Mayor, eds. In Interpreting Brian Harris: recent developments in translatology, Oxford: Peter Lang, 2012. Peter Lang. ISBN 978-3-0343-0589-1

Gillen, Julia and Hall, Nigel (2010) Any mermaids? Tracing early postcard mobilities. In: Mobile methods. Routledge. ISBN 9780415492416

Gillen, Julia and Hall, Nigel (2010) Using Edwardian postcards to study ordinary writing. In: The anthropology of writing: understanding textually mediated worlds. Continuum Books. ISBN 9781441108852

Hall, Nigel and Sing, Sue (2009) Developing an understanding of punctuation. In: The Sage handbook of writing development. Sage Publications. ISBN 9781412948463

Hall, Nigel and Sing, Sue (2009) Listening to children think about punctuation. In: Why writing matters: issues of access and identity in writing research and pedagogy. John Benjamins Publishing Company. ISBN 9789027218070

Hall, Nigel and Gillen, Julia (2007) Purchasing pre-packed words: complaint and reproach in early British postcards. In: Ordinary writings, personal narratives: writing practices in 19th and early 20th-century Europe. Peter Lang. ISBN 303911235X

Hall, Nigel (2004) The child in the middle: agency and diplomacy in language brokering events. In: Claims, changes and challenges in translation studies. John Benjamins.

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