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Motivation, Language Identity and the L2 Self

by Zoltan Dornyei & Ema Ushioda

Due to its theoretical and educational significance within the language learning process, the study of L2 motivation has been an important area of second language acquisition research for several decades. Over...


Ethnographic Fieldwork: A Beginner's Guide

by Jan Blommaert & Dong Jie

Ethnographic fieldwork is something which is often presented as mysterious and inexplicable. How do we know certain things after having done fieldwork? Are we sure we know? And what exactly do we know? This...


Sociolinguistics and Language Education

by Nancy H. Hornberger & Sandra Lee Mckay

This book, addressed to experienced and novice language educators, provides an up-to-date overview of sociolinguistics, reflecting changes in the global situation and the continuing evolution of the field and...


A Practical Guide for Translators: Fifth Edition

by Geoffrey Samuelsson-Brown

This is the fifth revised edition of the best-selling A Practical Guide for Translators. It looks at the profession of translator on the basis of developments over the last few years and encourages both practitioners...


Handbook of Effective Literacy Instruction: Research-Based Practice K-8

by Barbara M. Taylor & Nell K. Duke

This highly readable handbook synthesizes the best research on K-8 literacy instruction and distills key implications for classroom practice. Noted contributors provide clear recommendations for creating effective,...


Best Practices in Writing Instruction, Second Edition

by Steve Graham, Charles A. MacArthur & Jill Fitzgerald

An indispensable teacher resource and course text, this book presents evidence-based practices for helping all K-12 students develop their skills as writers. Every chapter draws clear connections to the Common...


Unraveling ADHD: How I Turned My Greatest Deficit into My Greatest Asset

by Joyce A. Kubik

No one seems to understand that those with ADHD know what to do-they just can't make it happen. It's not intentional. An ADHD mind continually wants to explore and can't hold a thought for longer than ten seconds....


Kierkegaard's Writings, XII: Concluding Unscientific Postscript to Philosophical Fragments, Volume I

by Søren Kierkegaard, Howard V. Hong & Edna H. Hong

In Philosophical Fragments the pseudonymous author Johannes Climacus explored the question: What is required in order to go beyond Socratic recollection of eternal ideas already possessed by the learner? Written...


Kierkegaard's Writings, XII: Concluding Unscientific Postscript to Philosophical Fragments, Volume II

by Søren Kierkegaard, Howard V. Hong & Edna H. Hong

In Philosophical Fragments the pseudonymous author Johannes Climacus explored the question: What is required in order to go beyond Socratic recollection of eternal ideas already possessed by the learner? Written...


Biomental Child Development: Perspectives on Psychology and Parenting

by M.D., Frank John Ninivaggi & Fred R. Volkmar

Biomental Child Development: Perspectives on Psychology and Parenting provides the reader with a basic understanding of child, adolescent, and adult psychology, and applies it to the growth of the integrated...


Talking Appalachian: Voice, Identity, and Community

by Amy D. Clark & Nancy M. Hayward

Tradition, community, and pride are fundamental aspects of the history of Appalachia, and the language of the region is a living testament to its rich heritage. Despite the persistence of unflattering stereotypes...


Historical Dictionary of Husserl's Philosophy

by John J. Drummond

Edmund Husserl (1859-1938) is widely regarded as the founding figure of the philosophical movement of 'phenomenology.' Husserl's philosophical program was both embraced and rejected by many, but in either case,...


Sandtray: Playing to Heal, Recover, and Grow

by Roxanne Rae

Sandtray refers to psychotherapies that use sand, water, and miniatures in a tray of sand where clients create a three-dimensional “world.” This story-driven book is based in clinical practice and illustrated...


Social Media and the Value of Truth

by Berrin Beasley & Mitchell Haney

This volume will be of special interest to anyone concerned with modern applied ethical issues, particularly those in the areas of philosophy, communication, media studies, and journalism. This volume brings...


Dramatic Action in Greek Tragedy and Noh: Reading with and Beyond Aristotle

by Mae J. Smethurst

By looking at 15th/16th realistic noh and Greek tragedies through the lens of Aristotle and of each other, this comparison reveals a previously unnoticed relationship between the structure of the tragedies and...


Vladimir Jankelevitch and the Question of Forgiveness

by Alan Udoff

Based on the proceedings of an international conference, Vladimir Jankelevitch and the Question of Forgiveness comprises the first book-length expository and critical reading of Jankelevitch’s masterwork:...


Context Effects on Embodied Representation of Language Concepts

by Jie Yang

Embodied theories claim that semantic representations are grounded in sensorimotor systems, but the contribution of sensorimotor brain areas in representing meaning is still controversial. One current debate...


Bug Music

by David Rothenberg

In the spring of 2013 the cicadas in the Northeastern United States will yet again emerge from their seventeen-year cycle—the longest gestation period of any animal. Those who experience this great sonic invasion...


Embodied Collective Memory: The Making and Unmaking of Human Nature

by Rafael F. Narváez

The human body is not a given fact—it is acquired, achieved, and learned. The body remembers, and it does so in collectively relevant ways. This book discusses how, why, and to what extent corporeal memories...


Why Not Socialism?

by G. A. Cohen

Is socialism desirable? Is it even possible? In this concise book, one of the world's leading political philosophers presents with clarity and wit a compelling moral case for socialism and argues that the obstacles...