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Lost in Citations

This week on the podcast:

February 7th

#152 Eric K. Ku

(Hokkaido University)

Ku, E. K. (2023). Teachers of Multiple

Languages: Identities, Beliefs,

and Emotions. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

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Coming soon on the podcast:

February 21st

#153 Jia Hwei Ng (Hofstra University)

Ng, J. H. (2023). Parenthood during residency: How acts of kindness supported my journey. Journal of Hospital Medicine.

March 6th (The Lunchtime Series #2)

#154 Eoin Jordan (University of St. Andrews)

Jordan, E. (2010). A Hollywood English Pronunciation for Japanese Students? An Exploration of Japanese University Students' Attitudes towards Japanese English Pronunciation. Journal of Asia TEFL, 7(1).

March 20th (The Lunchtime Series #3)

#155 Greggory Wroblewski (Kyushu University)

Wroblewski, G. (2023). ChatGPT and anti-white bias. Gengo Bunka Ryonku, 51, 53-72

April 3rd

#156 Kate Garnett (Antioch University)

Gartnett, K. (2021). Opportunities for Anti-Bias Frameworks in Japanese EFL Textbooks. Babylonia Journal of Language Education

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