Language Motivation in a Reconfigured Europe: Access, Identity, Autonomy

@inproceedings{Ushioda2006LanguageMI,
  title={Language Motivation in a Reconfigured Europe: Access, Identity, Autonomy},
  author={Ema Ushioda},
  year={2006}
}
  • Ema Ushioda
  • Published 2006
  • Sociology
  • In this paper, I propose that we need to develop an appropriate set of conceptual tools for examining motivational issues pertaining to linguistic diversity, mobility and social integration in a rapidly changing and expanding Europe. I begin by drawing on research that has begun to reframe the concept of integrative motivation in the context of theories of self and identity. Expanding the notion of identity, I discuss the contribution of the Council of Europe's European Language Portfolio in… CONTINUE READING

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