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New joint article on the pop cosmopolitanism and online language learning

25 Jun 2021


In this new joint article by our Dr Ming Curran published in Information, Communication & Society, it discusses a study of the intrinsic and extrinsic motivation of the internet-enabled "pop cosmopolitanism" students, and their preferences toward the nativeness, and the teaching experience and credentials of their language teachers.

The study found that students who are more intrinsically motivated and consume more foreign-language media have a stronger preference for native speaking teachers and wider acceptance for teachers with fewer teaching experience and credentials.

The paper can be access via the Taylor & Francis Group website HERE



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