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Name: Lane  Igoudin
Institution: Los Angeles City College
Email: click here to access email
Homepage: http://faculty.lacitycollege.edu/igoudial
State and/or Country: CA
USA   
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Psycholinguistics
Sociolinguistics
Specialty: Sociolinguistics
Subject Language(s): English
Selected Publications: Igoudin, A. Lane. (2013). “Social Identity and Language Learning Motivation: Exploring the Connection and Activating Learning.” In Ushioda, Ema (ed.), International Perspectives in English Language Teaching: Motivation. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 192-215.

Igoudin, A. Lane. (2013). 'Asian American Girls who Speak African American English: A Subcultural Language Identity.' In Du Bois, Inke, and Nicole Baumgarten (eds.), Multilingual Identities: New Global Perspectives. Berlin: Peter Lang, 51-65.

Igoudin, A. Lane. (2012). 'Towards a Culture-Inclusive Language Pedagogy in Multilingual Social Contexts.' In: Alao, G., Derivry-Plard, M., Suzuki, E., and S. Yun-Roger (eds.), Multilingual and Multicultural Pedagogy: The Actor in Globalized Context (Didactique Plurilingue et Pluriculturelle: L’Acteur en Context Mondialisé). Paris: Editions des Archives Contemporaines, pp. 7-22.

Igoudin, A. Lane. (2008). 'Adult ESL Student Motivation for Participation in Advanced Language Learning.' The CATESOL Journal, (1), 27-48.
Courses Taught: Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Business English, and ESL
Academic Paper Abstract: An Inspirational Palette: English learners' cultural heritage as a resource for teaching ESL
Asian American Girls who Speak African American English: A Subcultural Language Identity
Adult ESL Student Motivation for Participation in Advanced Language Learning
Social Identity and Motivation for Advanced Language Learning: Exploring the Connection
Preferred Argument Structure and Rhetoric Patterns in Russian
In Their Own Words: What ESL Students Write about Language Learning Motivation



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