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Aronin, Larissa and Moccozet Laurent (2021) Dominant Language Constellations: Towards Online Computer-Assisted Modelling. International Journal of Multilingualism.   https://doi.org/10.1080/14790718.2021.1941975

Aronin, Larissa (2021) Dominant Language Constellations: Teaching and learning languages in a multilingual world. In Raza, K., Coombe, C., & Reynolds, D. Policy development in TESOL and multilingualism: Past, present and the way forward. (pp. tba) Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

Aronin, Larissa (2016). Multicompetence and Dominant Language Constellation. In Vivian Cook and Li Wei (eds.), The Cambridge Handbook of Linguistic Multicompetence. pp. 142- 163. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Aronin, Larissa (2021) Dominant Language Constellations in Education: Patterns and Visualisations. In Larissa Aronin and Eva Vetter (eds.) Dominant Language Constellations Approach in Education and Language Acquisition (pp. 19-41). Springer.

Aronin, Larissa (2020). Dominant Language Constellation as an approach for studying multilingual practices. In Joe Lo Bianco and Larissa Aronin (eds.) Dominant Language Constellations: A New Perspective on Multilingualism. (pp.19-33). Springer.

Aronin, Larissa (2019). Challenges of multilingual education: Streamlining affordances through Dominant Language Constellations. Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus, Vol. 58, 235-256. doi: 10.5842/58-0-845

Aronin, Larissa (2019) Dominant Language Constellation as a Method of Research. In Eva Vetter and Ulrike Jessner (eds.) International Research on Multilingualism Breaking with the Monolingual Perspective. (pp.13-26) Springer.

Aronin, Larissa (2006). Dominant language constellations: An approach to multilingualism studies. In Muiris Ó Laoire (ed.), Multilingualism in Educational Settings (pp. 140-159). Hohengehren: Schneider Publications.

Aronin, Larissa (2001). Teaching English reading comprehension at the University of Haifa: Effect of listening comprehension reinforcement on different L3 student populations. In Jasone Cenoz, Britta Hufeisen and Ulrike Jessner (eds.), Looking Beyond Second Language Acquisition: Studies in Tri- and Multilingualism (pp. 111-119). Tübingen, Stauffenburg.