The Multilingual Subject e-book

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The Multilingual Subject e-book

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This book explores the subjective aspects of language learning, skillfully integrating multiple levels of analysis, and bridging the gap between theory and practice. It analyzes data gathered from published testimonies and language memoirs of former language learners, spoken and written data from American college language learners, and online data from language learners in electronic chatrooms and text messaging exchanges. The author encourages readers to consider foreign language learning from new, diverse, and unique perspectives.

  • ISBN: 978-0-19-442304-5
  • Price: USD 46.95 + Sales Tax
  • Print Length (pages): 244

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This book explores the subjective aspects of language learning, skillfully integrating multiple levels of analysis, and bridging the gap between theory and practice. It analyzes data gathered from published testimonies and language memoirs of former language learners, spoken and written data from American college language learners, and online data from language learners in electronic chatrooms and text messaging exchanges. The author encourages readers to consider foreign language learning from new, diverse, and unique perspectives.

Reviews

  • Kramsch vividly demonstrates how multilingual subjects deploy symbolic forms to craft the self and to construct subjective realities. - Houxiang Li, Applied Linguistics |d 05/12/2010 |k Y
  • the book offers some rich and insightful examples of the multilingual condition. The literary extracts are well chosen and interestingly analysed. The student extracts and interactions are similarly interesting in themselves. - Alan Maley, ELT Journal |d 01/07/2012 |k Y

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