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Multicultural, Heritage and Learner Identities in Complementary Schools
In this paper we look at three identity positions salient in research of young people studying in complementary schools in Leicester, a large linguistically and ethnically diverse city in the EastExpand
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Fieldnotes in team ethnography: researching complementary schools
Ethnography has typically been seen as a singular research journey in which the lone researcher engages in the study of a community. However, increasingly within the social sciences, ethnographicExpand
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Managing Bilingual Interaction in a Gujarati Complementary School in Leicester
This paper focuses on teacher-student interaction in two Gujarati complementary school classrooms in one school in the East Midlands city of Leicester, UK. To date, little work has been published onExpand
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Effects of simulated acid rain on germination, seedling growth and oxidative metabolism of recalcitrant-seeded Trichilia dregeana grown in its natural seed bank.
Increased air pollution in a number of developing African countries, together with the reports of vegetation damage typically associated with acid precipitation in commercial forests in South Africa,Expand
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Contesting ‘Language’ as ‘Heritage’: Negotiation of Identities in Late Modernity
In this paper we question key terms which appear frequently in discussions of language teaching and learning: ‘language’ and ‘heritage’. The paper draws on empirical data from one of four linked caseExpand
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Effect of yeast extract and chitosan on shoot proliferation, morphology and antioxidant activity of Curcuma mangga in vitro plantlets
This paper reported the effect of yeast extract and chitosan with combination of yeast extract on the growth and morphological changes and production of phenolics in the in vitro plantlets of CurcumaExpand
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Complementary schools are voluntary schools often called 'community' or 'supplementary' schools which serve specific linguistic or religious and cultural communities, particularly throughExpand
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Population structure and regeneration patterns of tree species in climate-sensitive subalpine forests of Indian western Himalaya
The population structure of tree species has been explored in order to elucidate regeneration potential of the subalpine forests of Indian western Himalaya. For this study, the subalpine forest areaExpand
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