Language learning motivation: Pathways to the new century

1996-1999 language-learning research

This volume chronicles a revolution in our thinking about what makes students want to learn languages and what causes them to persist in that difficult and rewarding adventure. Topics in this book include the internal structures of and external connections with foreign language motivation; an exploration of adult language learning motivation, self-efficacy, and anxiety; a comparison of the motivations and learning strategies of students of Japanese and Spanish; and an enhancement of the theory of language learning motivation from many psychological and social perspectives.
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Tagged as 1996-1999 language-learning research