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Language Acquisition and the Multilingual Ideal

Exploring Japanese Language Learning Motivation

Investigates the motivational trajectories of Japanese language learners in two contrasting countries, Australia and South Korea, and their self-images as bi/multilingual individuals. Les mer
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Investigates the motivational trajectories of Japanese language learners in two contrasting countries, Australia and South Korea, and their self-images as bi/multilingual individuals.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

List of Tables
List of Figures
Acknowledgements
List of Abbreviations
1. Introduction
2. Understanding language learning motivation 'multilingually'
3. 'Japanese is easy, but difficult to continue.' Motivation and future self-images of Korean learners
4. 'Japanese is difficult, but I don't want to stop.' Motivation and future self-images of Australian learners
5. 'I think that English is the first, and the next is Japanese.': Motivational trajectories of Korean learners
6. 'I really, really want to do Japanese translating.' Motivational trajectories of Australian learners
7. Language learning motivation in English-speaking and non-English-speaking contexts
References
Appendix 1(a): 1st round interview questions (Australian version)
Appendix 1(b): 1st round interview questions (Korean version)
Appendix 2(a): 2nd round interview questions (Australian version)
Appendix 2(b): 2nd round interview questions (Korean version)
Index

Om forfatteren

Toshiyuki Nakamura is Lecturer of Japanese in the Department of International Communication, Nagasaki University of Foreign Studies, Japan.