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Sociopragmatic development and L2 identity during study abroad

Hassall, Tim


The study uses a multi-method approach to examine how two male Australian learners of Indonesian develop in their stance towards making complaints, during a short stay in Indonesia. One learner, Paul, adopted an initial stance of sweetnatured tolerance, whereby he was highly reluctant to complain regardless of whether native speakers would do so. However, he came to abandon that stance and assert the same rights to complain as native speakers do. The other learner, Oscar, followed a very...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2014
Type: Conference paper
Source: Practices and Policies: Current Research in Languages and Cultures Education. Selected Proceedings of the Second National LCNAU Colloquium. Canberra, 3-5 July 2013
Access Rights: Open Access


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