Listen to Barbara Clark in our newest podcast speak about her research in aviation discourse and safety. Dr. Clark is a visiting research fellow at the School of Languages, Linguistics and Film, Queen Mary, University of London. During a career in aviation as a flight attendant, Dr. Clark was inspired to join her passions for the aviation community and that of language and linguistics. She return to graduate school to earn a Masters and PhD in Linguistics from Queen Mary, University of London.
Learn about Dr. Clark’s research as she explores the communications of the aviation community and its impact on operations and safety as well as creation of sociocultural sub-communities.
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