Language, culture, gender, and academic socialization

  title={Language, culture, gender, and academic socialization},
  author={N. Morita},
  journal={Language and Education},
  pages={443 - 460}
  • N. Morita
  • Published 2009
  • Psychology
  • Language and Education
  • Recent research has explored the complex, situated process by which students from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds become socialized into academic discourses and practices. As part of a multiple case study involving seven international students, this study provides an in-depth analysis of the academic discourse socialization experience of a doctoral student, Kota, at a Canadian university. The data, collected over an entire academic year, mainly comes from Kota's weekly reports on… CONTINUE READING
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