Peter De Costa
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Introduction: Identity, transdisciplinarity, and the good language teacher
PI De Costa, B Norton
The Modern Language Journal 101 (S1), 3-14, 2017
2092017
Ethics in applied linguistics research. In B. Paltridge & A. Phakiti (Eds.)
PI De Costa
Research methods in applied linguistics: A practical resource, 245-257, 2015
129*2015
Research tasks on identity in language learning and teaching
B Norton, PI De Costa
Language Teaching 51 (1), 90-112, 2018
1282018
Expanding the language teacher identity landscape: An investigation of the emotions and strategies of a NNEST
D Wolff, PI De Costa
The Modern Language Journal 101 (S1), 76-90, 2017
1282017
Introduction: Scales analysis, and its uses and prospects in educational linguistics
S Canagarajah, PI De Costa
Linguistics and Education 34, 1-10, 2016
1232016
Using language ideology and positioning to broaden the SLA learner beliefs landscape: The case of an ESL learner from China
PI De Costa
System 39, 347-358, 2011
1092011
Ethics in applied linguistics research: Language researcher narratives
PI De Costa
Routledge, 2016
1002016
From refugee to transformer: A Bourdieusian take on a Hmong learner’s trajectory
PI De Costa
TESOL Quarterly 44, 517-541, 2010
772010
Language ideologies and standard English language policy in Singapore: Responses of a 'designer immigrant' student
PI De Costa
Language Policy 9, 217-239, 2010
742010
The power of identity and ideology in language learning
PI De Costa
Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. doi 10, 978-3, 2016
642016
Identity in language learning and teaching: Research agendas for the future
PI De Costa, B Norton
The Routledge handbook of language and identity, 586-601, 2016
642016
Making ethical decisions in an ethnographic study
PI De Costa
TESOL Quarterly 48, 413-422, 2014
612014
Linguistic entrepreneurship as affective regime: Organizations, audit culture, and second/foreign language education policy
PI De Costa, J Park, L Wee
Language Policy 18 (3), 387-406, 2019
582019
Language learning as linguistic entrepreneurship: Implications for language education
P De Costa, J Park, L Wee
The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher 25 (5), 695-702, 2016
572016
How do foreign language teachers maintain their proficiency?: A grounded theory approach
PI De Costa, L Valmori
system 57, 98-108, 2016
50*2016
TESOL Quarterly research guidelines
PI De Costa, A Mahboob, B Paltridge, A Phakiti, E Wagner, S Starfield, ...
TESOL Quarterly 50 (1), 42-65, 2016
50*2016
Reconceptualizing language, language learning, and the adolescent immigrant language learner in the age of postmodern globalization
PI De Costa
Linguistics and Language Compass 3, 1-12, 2010
492010
Tracing reflexivity through a narrative and identity lens. In Y. L. Cheung, S.B. Said & K. Park (Eds.)
PI De Costa
Advances and current trends in language teacher identity research, 135-147, 2015
45*2015
Re-envisioning language anxiety in the globalized classroom through a social imaginary lens
PI De Costa
Language Learning 65 (3), 504-532, 2015
432015
Pedagogizing translingual practice: Prospects and possibilities
PI De Costa, JG Singh, E Milu, X Wang, S Fraiberg, S Canagarajah
Research in the Teaching of English, 464-472, 2017
402017
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