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‘Don’t be serious, sabai-sabai สบายสบาย’: How Members of an English Conversation Club at a Thai University do Interculturality

Book Chapter
Victoria, M. (in press)
‘Don’t be serious, sabai-sabai สบายสบาย’: How Members of an English Conversation Club at a Thai University do Interculturality. In Discourse and Interculturality
The current investigation explores interculturality by looking at the language practices of a culturally and linguistically diverse group of postgraduate students from China, ...

Discourse analysis as social critique: discursive and non-discursive realities in critical social research

Journal Article
Penman, C. (2018)
Discourse analysis as social critique: discursive and non-discursive realities in critical social research. Language and Intercultural Communication, 18(6), 696-698. https://doi.org/10.1080/14708477.2017.1365105
Abstract not available.

A 'third space' perspective on intercultural dialogue

Presentation / Conference
Zhou, V. X., & Pilcher, N. (2017, June)
A 'third space' perspective on intercultural dialogue. Paper presented at 17th International Association for Languages and Intercultural Communication (IALIC) annual conference - Interrogating the 'Third Space': Negotiating meaning and performing 'culture', Edinburgh Napier University
No abstract available.

Acculturation as storied cultural learning experience

Presentation / Conference
Zhou, V. X. (2012, May)
Acculturation as storied cultural learning experience. Paper presented at Narrative Matters 2012 – Life and Narrative, Paris
In intercultural communication studies, acculturation is a popular topic that addresses the process through which individuals acquire new cultural patterns through intercultur...

Becoming an independent learner through cultural transitions

Book Chapter
Zhou, V. X. (2011)
Becoming an independent learner through cultural transitions. In F. Su (Ed.), Chasing the Dream: Chinese Learning Journeys, (89-103). Chasing the Dream: Chinese Learning Journeys: Trentham Books
No abstract available.

The dissonance between insider and outsider perspectives of the 'Chinese problem': Implications for one of the UK's largest undergraduate programmes

Book Chapter
Smith, P. V., & Zhou, V. X. (2009)
The dissonance between insider and outsider perspectives of the 'Chinese problem': Implications for one of the UK's largest undergraduate programmes. In T. Coverdale-Jones, & P. Rastall (Eds.), Internationalising the university: The Chinese context, (130-146). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
No abstract available.