Sociocultural Enquiries into Japanese Language Education

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Enquiries into Japanese language education can take many shapes. They may range from examinations of second language acquisition, and investigations of Japanese discourses, to analyses of learners' and teachers' voices, motivations, and identities, and surveys of Japanese language education in classrooms and school communities. This project encompasses a range of enquiries with a common theoretical understanding of the sociocultural approach, which emphasises interdependence of social and individual processes in the co-construction of knowledge. It embraces studies which proactively feed back to classroom practices, enhances learner and teacher well-being, and positively contribute to the betterment of the multicultural multilingual world.

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Supervisory team
Chihiro
Thomson

Arts and Social Sciences
Humanities and Languages
Nagisa
Fukui

Arts and Social Sciences
Humanities and Languages
William
Armour

Arts and Social Sciences
Humanities and Languages
c.thomson@unsw.edu.au

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