Reflexivity in Late Modernity
Accounts from linguistic ethnographies of youth
AILA Review, Volume 29
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Table of Contents
Reflexivity and social change in applied linguisticsMiguel Pérez-Milans | pp. 1–14
Troping on prejudice: Stylised “bad Finnish” performances and reflexivity among adolescents in Eastern HelsinkiHeini Lehtonen | pp. 15–47
Reflexive language and ethnic minority activism in Hong Kong: A trajectory-based analysisMiguel Pérez-Milans & Carlos Soto | pp. 48–82
Trapped in a moral order: Moral identity, positioning and reflexivity in stories of confrontation among Latin American teenage school girls in MadridAdriana Patiño-Santos | pp. 83–113
The reflexive imperative among high-achieving adolescents: A Flemish case studyInge Van Lancker | pp. 114–140
Academically elite students in Singapore: A collective moral stance toward aspirations and trajectoriesLuke Lu | pp. 141–172
Reflexivity and transnational habitus: The case of a ‘poor’ affluent Chinese international studentPeter I. De Costa, Magda Tigchelaar & Yaqiong Cui | pp. 173–198
Crisis thinking, sensuous reflexivity, and solving real issuesJürgen Jaspers | pp. 199–213
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