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Working Papers in Educational Linguistics, Volume 11, Number 1 [microform] / Leslie K. Nabors, Ed
Bib ID 5585834
Format BookBook, MicroformMicroform, OnlineOnline
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Pennsylvania Univ., Philadelphia. Graduate School of Education
 
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Description [Washington, D.C.] : Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 1995 
104 p. 
Summary

Five papers on applied linguistics in educational contexts are presented. "What Can Second Language Learners Learn from Each Other? Only Their Researcher Knows for Sure" (Teresa Pica, Felicia Lincoln-Porter, Diana Paninos, Julian Linnell) presents further research on interaction and negotiation among language learners. "Collaborative Effort Between Nonnative English Speakers: A Difference in Strategies" (Karen Carrier) reports research applying a theoretical framework of contrastive pragmatics to pairs of language learners. In "Shifting Gender Roles in the Acculturation Process" (Daryl Gordon), analysis of interviews with recent Laotian immigrants to the United States illustrates changes in women's roles in the wife-husband and mother-child relationships. "The Universality of Face in Brown and Levinson's Politeness Theory: A Japanese Perspective" (Peter Longcope) examines recent research on politeness strategies in Japanese within the framework of a 1978 theory of politeness. In "Learning Grammar in the United States: A Case of Japanese Students" (Toshiyo Nabei), a study of Japanese university students' perceptions of American grammar instruction is reported. (MSE)

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ERIC Note: For individual papers, see FL 023 187-191.

Working Papers in Educational Linguistics, v11 n1 Spr 1995.

May also be available online. Address as at 14/8/18: https://eric.ed.gov/

Reproduction Microfiche. [Washington D.C.]: ERIC Clearinghouse microfiches : positive. 
Subjects Acculturation.  |  Applied Linguistics.  |  College Students.  |  Cooperative Learning.  |  Cultural Context.  |  Discourse Analysis.  |  English (Second Language)  |  Foreign Students.  |  Grammar.  |  Group Dynamics.  |  Higher Education.  |  Immigrants.  |  Language Research.  |  Learning Strategies.  |  Linguistic Theory.  |  Mothers.  |  Parent Child Relationship.  |  Peer Relationship.  |  Role Perception.  |  Second Language Instruction.  |  Second Language Learning.  |  Sex Role.  |  Speech Acts.  |  Spouses.  |  Japanese People  |  Politeness
Form/genre Collected Works, Serials.
Other authors/contributors Nabors, Leslie K., editor  |  Pennsylvania Univ., Philadelphia. Graduate School of Education
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