Anya, U. (2016). Racialized identities in second language learning: Speaking blackness in Brazil. Routledge. 262 pp. ISBN 13 9781138927780.

Language Learning as a Process of Transformative Socialization

Keywords: Study abroad, Race, Identity, Second language learning, Portuguese as a second language

Abstract

Review of Uju Anya, Racialized identities in second language learning: Speaking blackness in Brazil. Routledge, 2016.

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Author Biography

Yi Wang, University of Arizona

Yi Wang is a Ph.D. Candidate in Chinese Linguistics at the University of Arizona, where she also holds two Ph.D. minors, one in Second Language Acquisition and Teaching and another one in Anthropology & Linguistics. Her research focuses on study abroad, language ideology, language policy, and second language use in multilingual contexts.  

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Published
2020-04-30
How to Cite
Wang, Y. (2020). Anya, U. (2016). Racialized identities in second language learning: Speaking blackness in Brazil. Routledge. 262 pp. ISBN 13 9781138927780. Frontiers: The Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad, 32(2), 191-194. https://doi.org/10.36366/frontiers.v32i2.475