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John Turnbull is a Ph.D. student at the University of Texas at San Antonio and does qualitative research in second-language acquisition. Previously, he had done research and journalistic writing on world football (soccer) and, with the University of Nebraska Press, published the literary anthology The Global Game: Writers on Soccer (2008).
This study draws data from an asynchronous discussion to which teacher candidates (TCs) from France, Turkey, and USA contributed as part of their participation in a semester-long telecollaboration in 2017. The analysis focused on the contributions of TCs (n=34) from Turkey and explored how they represented Syrian refugees in their responses to a qu...
The descriptive multi-case study asks three adult migrants, first-language (L1) Spanish-speakers from México, about their interpretations of their own and others' silences as they navigate daily life, jobs, family, and English-language learning in the United States. Subjective opinions about silence, their second-language (L2) acquisition processes...