Martin Hinton is a lecturer specialising in Rhetoric and Argumentation as well as English Grammar and Academic Writing. He joined the faculty in 2014. His research interests are in Argumentation theory, and the Philosophy of Language and Linguistics. http://filologia.uni.lodz.pl/hinton/
Fallacies of Language
The Philosophy of Language and Linguistics
Hinton, M. (2016) Evidence, Experiment and Argumentation in Linguistics and the Philosophy of Language. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
Marczak. M & M. Hinton. (2015) Contemporary English Language Teaching and Research. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Hinton, M. (2016) Identity as Argumentation: Argumentation as Identity. In Ciepiela, K. (ed) Identity in Communicative Contexts. Łódź Studies in Language Vol.48..Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
Hinton, M. (2016) Lies, Damned Lies and Linguistic Intuitions. In Hinton, M. (ed) Evidence, Experiment and Argumentation in Linguistics and the Philosophy of Language. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
Hinton, M. (2015) The Individualisation of Language Teaching in the Modern Classroom. In Gonigroszek, D. (ed) Foreign Languages and Cultures: New Educational Contexts.Piotrków Trybunalski: NWP.
Hinton, M. (2015) Changes in Received Pronunciation: Diachronic Case Studies. Research in Language. Volume 13, Issue 1, 21–37
Hinton, M. (2015) Mizrahi and Seidel: Experts in Confusion. Informal Logic. Volume 35, No. 4, 539-554
Hinton, M. (2015) Alternatives to intuition in Linguistics Research In Kosecki, K. & J. Badio, (eds) Empirical Methods in Language Studies. Łódż Studies in Language Vol.37. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
Hinton, M. (2015) The individual differences myth and how to respond to it. In Marczak. M & M. Hinton (eds) Contemporary English Language Teaching and Research. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Hinton, M. (2015) The Cecily effect – a pilot study. Ecosystems of the Foreign Language Learner: Selected Issues: In Piechurska-Kuciel, E & M. Szyszka, (eds) Ecosystems of the Foreign Language Learner: Selected Issues. Springer
Hinton, M. (2014) Aptitude as a cognitive/affective construct and its role in the language classroom. Konin Language Studies, Vol. 2, No.2/2014.
Hinton, M. (2014) The Bold and the Beautiful: How Aspects of Personality Affect Foreign Language Pronunciation. Research in Language. Volume 12, Issue 3, Pages 217–232, ISSN (Online) 2083-4616,DOI: 10.2478/rela-2014-0003, October 2014
Hinton, M. (2013) An aptitude for speech: the importance of mimicry ability in foreign language pronunciation. In Waniek-Klimckak, E. & L.R. Shockey (2013) (eds.) Teaching and researching English accents in native and non-native speakers. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag.
Hinton, M. (2013) Can we teach communicative competence and should we try? In Grabowski, A., Graca, J. & L. Smutek (2013) (eds.) Problemy współczesnej neofilologii. Tarnów: PWSZ w Tarnowie.
Hinton, M. (2013) Is language learning aptitude better considered a cognitive or an affective variable? In Kuczyński, M. & L. Szymański (2013) (eds) Language, thought and education: across systems. Zielona Góra: University of Zielona Gora Press.
Hinton, M. (2011) The Assessment of Aptitude: Past and Future. In Krakowian, P. (2011) (ed.) Łódź Papers in Language Testing. Warsaw: Scholar.