New book: Language Learning in Anglophone Countries

In 25 chapters, it presents a series of studies from sociolinguistic, socio-cultural, and socio-political approaches into the “language learning crisis” in Britain and Ireland, the United States, Canada, to Australia and New Zealand. Edited by Ursula Lanvers (University of York), Amy S. Thompson (West Virginia University) and Martin East (University of Auckland). For more information can be found here

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