Mother tongue/foreign language

speaking the self

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Abstract

Listening to Academic Voices reflects the rapid changes we are experiencing in higher education. It is a compilation of reflective writing from four international academics from different backgrounds in the UK and an editorial by Dr Trahar.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationListening to Academic Voices
Subtitle of host publicationInternational Stories of the UK Experience
EditorsS Trahar
PublisherBAICE (British Association for International and Comparative Education)
Pages14-20
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 26 Jan 2012

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Macias, I. (2012). Mother tongue/foreign language: speaking the self. In S. Trahar (Ed.), Listening to Academic Voices: International Stories of the UK Experience (pp. 14-20). BAICE (British Association for International and Comparative Education).

Mother tongue/foreign language : speaking the self. / Macias, Irene.

Listening to Academic Voices: International Stories of the UK Experience. ed. / S Trahar. BAICE (British Association for International and Comparative Education), 2012. p. 14-20.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Macias, I 2012, Mother tongue/foreign language: speaking the self. in S Trahar (ed.), Listening to Academic Voices: International Stories of the UK Experience. BAICE (British Association for International and Comparative Education), pp. 14-20.
Macias I. Mother tongue/foreign language: speaking the self. In Trahar S, editor, Listening to Academic Voices: International Stories of the UK Experience. BAICE (British Association for International and Comparative Education). 2012. p. 14-20
Macias, Irene. / Mother tongue/foreign language : speaking the self. Listening to Academic Voices: International Stories of the UK Experience. editor / S Trahar. BAICE (British Association for International and Comparative Education), 2012. pp. 14-20
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