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Social and Cultural Aspects of Language Learning in Study Abroad
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1. Acknowledgement; 2. Part I. Orientation; 3. Introduction: Social and cultural aspects of language learning in study abroad (by Kinginger, Celeste); 4. Researching whole people and whole lives (by Coleman, James A.); 5. Part II. Qualitative and case studies; 6. Self-regulatory strategies of foreign language learners: From the classroom to study abroad and beyond (by Allen, Heather Willis); 7. "Opening up to the world"?: Developing interculturality in an international field experience for ESL teachers (by Smolcic, Elizabeth); 8. Politics of identification in the use of lingua francas in student mobility to Finland and France (by Dervin, Fred); 9. An American in Paris: Myth, desire, and subjectivity in one student's account of study abroad in France (by Wolcott, Timothy); 10. Exploring the potential of high school homestays as a context for local engagement and negotiation of difference: Americans in China (by Tan, Dali); 11. The transformation of "a frog in the well": A path to a more intercultural, global mindset (by Jackson, Jane); 12. Part III. Pragmatics and identity; 13. "I joke you don't": Second language humor and intercultural identity construction (by Shardakova, Maria); 14. Getting over the hedge: Acquisition of mitigating language in L2 Japanese (by Iwasaki, Noriko); 15. Identity and honorifics use in Korean study abroad (by Brown, Lucien); 16. A corpus-based study of vague language use by learners of Spanish in a study abroad context (by Fernandez, Julieta); 17. Afterword (by Kinginger, Celeste); 18. Name index; 19. Subject index

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