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Title: Heritage Language and L2 Learning Connections: Views from within Japan
Other Titles: 日本における継承語と第2言語習得との関連性
Authors: Muramoto, Erica Maria
ムラモト, エリカ マリア
Karsten, Angela
カルステン, アンジェラ
Keywords: heritage
Issue Date: Mar-2017
Publisher: 群馬大学国際教育・研究センター
Citation: 群馬大学国際教育・研究センター論集. 16, 57-65. (2017)
Abstract: Bearing in mind the Japanese context, this paper elaborates on how maintenance of international children’s heritage language (HL) might contribute to the spread of bilingualism in the country. It also expands on the ways these young learners see themselves as well as how they are seen by their families and within their academic context. It is argued that young HL learners’ propensity towards bilingualism might not only pave these children’s way to the acquisition of a second and/or foreign language, but also contribute to future developments in foreign language learning among the monolingual sectors of society.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/11829
ISSN: 2185-8209
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