Study Abroad Research in Second Language Acquisition and International Education 2:1
[Study Abroad Research in Second Language Acquisition and International Education, 2:1] 2017. iii, 135 pp.
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Table of Contents
Sleeping with strangers: Dreams and nightmares in experiences of homestayPhil Benson | pp. 1–20
Turkish students and their experiences during a short-term summer visit to the U.S.Emre Güvendir | pp. 21–52
A language learner’s target language-mediated socializing in an affinity space in the host country: An autoethnographyYoshifumi Fukada | pp. 53–79
The personal, linguistic, and intercultural development of Chinese sojourners in an English-speaking country: The impact of language attitudes, motivation, and agencyJane Jackson | pp. 80–106
The SAREP Project, ‘Study Abroad Research in European Perspective’: A research note on COST action 15130Henry Tyne |
Metapragmatic perceptions in native language vs. lingua franca settings: Does target language status during study abroad make a difference?Karen Glaser | pp. 107–131
The SAREP Project, ‘Study Abroad Research in European Perspective’: A research note on COST Action 15130Henry Tyne | pp. 132–135