Browsing by Author "Lee, Jinah"

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  • Asian migrant women’s identity negotiation as language learners: Significant events towards imagined identities

    Lee, Jinah (University of Waikato, 2016)
    Social identity issues come to the fore when people migrate from one place to another. Study of identity issues has been a central theme in understanding migrants. However, ambiguous and complex identity negotiation processes ...
  • Being a language learner—Is that all there is?

    Lee, Jinah (TESOLANZ, 2017)
    Asian migrants are inevitably categorised as language learners. At times, it is the migrant's own definition and can be used as a support. At others, it is an imposition in two senses: it can be imposed by others and by ...
  • Negotiating identity : An Asian migrant language learner imagining the future

    Lee, Jinah; Hunter, Judy; Franken, Margaret (Asian Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language, 2017)
    Asian migrants¹ that settle in countries like NZ learn English in the hope of accessing mainstream society. However, this process presents many challenges to their identities and their sense of self worth. This paper ...
  • Self-value, belonging, and EAL migrants

    Lee, Jinah (TESOLANZ, 2017)
    Here I discuss main findings from my Ph.D. research into English as an additional language (EAL) learner identities, in the process inquiring into our practices as EAL education providers and educators.

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