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Lost in Citations

On this week's podcast:

#133 - March 22nd - Seiko Harumi

(University of London)

Harumi, S. (2023). The facilitative use of learner-initiated translanguaging in Japanese EFL contexts. Applied Pragmatics, 5(1): 86-119.    

Coming soon:

#134 - April 5th - Ana Sofia Hoymeyr (Kansai University)

Hofmeyr, A. S. (2022). Incorporating Intercultural Competence into EFL Classrooms: The Case of Japanese Higher Education Institutions. In World Englishes, Global Classrooms (pp. 115-130). Springer, Singapore.

#135 - April 19th - Jared Cooney Horvath (University of Melbourne) 

Horvath, J. C. (2019). Stop talking, start influencing: 12 insights from brain science to make your message stick. Exisle Publishing.

#136 - May 3rd - James D’Angelo (Chukyo University)

D’Angelo, J. F. (2017). The status of ELF in Japan. In The Routledge handbook of English as a lingua franca (pp. 165-175). Routledge.

#137 - May 17th - Shatha Talib Al-Ahmadi (Umm Al-Quraa University) 

Al‐Ahmadi, S. T., & King, J. (2022). Silence behind the Veil: An Exploratory Investigation into the Reticence of Female Saudi Arabian Learners of English. TESOL Quarterly.

#138 - May 31st - Chris Cooper (Rikkyo University)

Cooper, C. R. (2022). A corpus of short YouTube news videos to inform course design and materials development in an EFL university setting in Japan. In J. Colpaert, Y. Wang, & G. Stockwell (Eds.), Proceedings of the XXIst International CALL Research Conference (pp. 33–46). Castledown Publishers.

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