PhD Student Profiles

  
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Amel Ben Said

Code switching and social identity in a multilingual context: the case of Algerian immigrants in UK

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Aziz Lounaouci

A Qualitative Case Study of UK University Academics' Collaboration

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Chahrazad Drioueche

A Qualitative Study of a Multilingual Workplace Investigating English Language Usage and Communication between Algerian and Non-Algerian Staff: a MultilingualCompany Case Study

Ibtisam Boutemedjet

Naoual Rahmani

Multilingualism Effects on North African Students` Academic Writing in English: Beliefs of Algerian Doctoral Students Studying in the UK

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Nick Baguley

'The paths people take - exploring how newly qualified teachers construct a career in TESOL'

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Razika Boukhenoufa

The representation of the Duchesses of Cambridge and Sussex, Catherine Middleton and Meghan Markle, in Mainstream Media : Critical Discourse Analysis and Media studies

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Soumia Abdelli

An Investigation of the Intercultural Academic Adjustemt of Algerian PhD Sojourners in Selected UK Higher Education Institutions

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Soumia Bouhafs

Exploring English for Specific Purposes teaching in the Algerian context

Deanna Demetriou

Deanna Demetriou

EU Expansion and Immigration Discourse: Representations and Evaluations of Romanians and Bulgarians in Online Media

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Yu Zhu

Yu Zhu

Empathy and Point of View in Literature: A Stylistic Analysis of ‘Clash Moments’ in Americana

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Ibtisam Boutemedjet

Ibtisam Boutemedjet

Classroom Discourse Analysis: The Impact of Gender on Algerian EFL Classroom Interaction.

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Jacopo Castaldi

Jacopo Castaldi

Political and cultural hegemony in mass-mediated popular media.

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Ismatul Zaharin

Ismatul Zaharin

Study of Intercultural Communication with reference to the Malaysian students studying in the UK: understanding intercultural communication of Malaysian students in interactional contexts and explore the factors influencing it.

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Amina Kebabi

Amina Kebabi

An ethnographic study of the identity construction of people engaged in university work who have been exposed to different cultural backgrounds: A consideration of the role of language in cultural identity.

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Robert Lowe

Robert Lowe

Resisting native-speakerism in Japanese higher education: Towards a more equitable model of course development and design.

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Karen Wilkins

Karen Wilkins

The perceived effects of new technologies online and in the classroom on the student-teacher and student-student relationships.

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Martin Mielick

Martin Mielick

Language ideologies of English as a global language in Japan: The effects on Japanese university students’ self-national and self-global identities

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