Social dimensions of autonomy in language learning

@inproceedings{Murray2014SocialDO,
  title={Social dimensions of autonomy in language learning},
  author={Garold L. Murray},
  year={2014}
}
1. Introduction: Exploring the Social Dimensions of Autonomy in Language Learning Garold Murray PART I: THE EMOTIONAL DIMENSION 2. Developing Autonomous Language Learners in HE: A Social Constructivist Perspective Christine O'Leary 3. Learner Autonomy and the Theory of Sociality Tim Lewis 4. Self-regulation and Autonomous Dependency Among Japanese Learners of English Tomoko Yashima PART II: THE SPATIAL DIMENSION 5. The Semiotics of Place: Autonomy and Space Garold Murray, Naomi Fujishima and… 

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Lewis is Senior Lecturer in Languages and Director of Postgraduate Studies, the Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology

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