Zoltan Dornyei Bibliography Apa

This pioneering volume brings together an impressive collection of studies on the applications of dynamic systems theory to the research of language learning motivation. Its strengths lie in offering new theoretical perspectives and groundbreaking methodological tools in researching motivation in various contexts. This book will prove to be a valuable and stimulating resource for anyone interested in the complex interplay of context, individual learner characteristics and processes of second language acquisition.

- Judit Kormos, Lancaster University, UK

The edited volume is bound to become a recognized source of reference, inspiration, insight, reflection and self-education for all those who set their sights on uncovering the intricate nature of motivation to learn additional languages, whether with respect to its causes, intensity or the factors responsible for shaping it. Its merits will undoubtedly be appreciated by undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students, experienced scholars who feel the need to apply a wider lens to their research, one that is more focused on the individual, context or interactions between the two, as well as teachers who are determined to gain a greater understanding of the factors impinging upon motivation in the hope of devising efficacious motivational strategies.

- Second Language Learning and Teaching 5 (4). 2015. 697-713 - Miroslaw Pawlak, Adam Mickiewicz University, Kalisz, Poland

The book is, without doubt, an important contribution not only to MLL directly but as an example of how CDST can be successfully applied to a particular area of research, also to applied linguistics, not to mention to other social science disciplines it has yet to touch. The book deserves to be read widely and with an open mind.

- JALT Journal, 37.2, November 2015 - Roderick E. Mitcham, Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan

This anthology provides a much-needed bridge between conventional and dynamic approaches to L2 motivation research, and it is an important step toward a more complete understanding of the motivational ebbs and flows of language learning.

- The Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics Vol. 2 No. 2 - Aaron Doyle, The University of Hong Kong

Zoltán Dörnyei is Professor of Psycholinguistics at the School of English, University of Nottingham. He has published widely on various aspects of second language acquisition and language learning motivation including Motivation, Language Identity and the L2 Self (2009, edited with Ema Ushioda).Peter D. MacIntyre is Professor of Psychology at Cape Breton University, Canada. He has published widely in the areas of the psychology of communication, motivation, emotion, willingness to communicate, language acquisition and dynamic systems.Alastair Henry teaches at University West, Sweden and has a PhD in Language Education from the University of Gothenburg. His research focuses on motivation in third language learning and gender differences in L2 motivation.

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  • Kata CsizérAssistant Professor, Eötvös UniversityVerified email at btk.elte.hu
  • Ema UshiodaAssociate Professor, Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of WarwickVerified email at warwick.ac.uk
  • Alastair HenryAssociate professor, University WestVerified email at hv.se
  • Kim NoelsUniversity of AlbertaVerified email at ualberta.ca
  • Christine MuirAssistant Professor, University of NottinghamVerified email at nottingham.ac.uk
  • Norbert SchmittProfessor of Applied Linguistics, University of NottinghamVerified email at nottingham.ac.uk
  • Richard SchmidtProfessor Emeritus of Second Language Studies, University of Hawaii at ManoaVerified email at hawaii.edu
  • Tim MurpheyProfessor, Kanda University of International StudiesVerified email at kanda.kuis.ac.jp
  • Zana IbrahimLecturer in English, University of Kurdistan HawlerVerified email at ukh.edu.krd
  • Kees de BotProfessor of applied linguistics university of Groningen and University of PannoniaVerified email at rug.nl
  • Jane ArnoldUniversidad de SevillaVerified email at us.es
  • Phil HiverFlorida State University, School of Teacher EducationVerified email at fsu.edu

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