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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Joshua Alexander Kidd
|Description:||xviii, 333 pages ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Foreword Research Origins Part 1 Chapter 1: The Research Chapter 2: English Education in Japan Chapter 3: Pragmatics Chapter 4: Face/Identity and Politeness Theory Part 2 Chapter 5: Methodology and Data Collection Part 3 Chapter 6: Results Chapter 7: Face and Student Collaboration Chapter 8: Alignment to Japanese Identities Chapter 9: Teacher Use of L1 Japanese Chapter 10: The Right to Silence: Silence As An Act Of Identity Part 4 Chapter 11: Professional Development Conclusions and Implications References|
|Series Title:||New perspectives on language and education, 46.|
|Responsibility:||Joshua Alexander Kidd.|
This timely book offers a theoretically engaging, deeply insightful and richly illustrated argument for the need in second language teaching and learning, teacher education and research, to
- Identity (Psychology) -- Japan.
- Second language acquisition.
- Politeness (Linguistics) -- Japan.
- Language and culture -- Japan.
- Language and education -- Japan.
- Classroom management.
- Japan -- Languages.
- Identity (Psychology)
- Language and culture.
- Language and education.
- Language and languages.
- Politeness (Linguistics)