Anikó Hatoss
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Where are you from? Identity construction and experiences of ‘othering’in the narratives of Sudanese refugee-background Australians
A Hatoss
Discourse & Society 23 (1), 47-68, 2012
Gendered barriers to educational opportunities: Resettlement of Sudanese refugees in Australia
A Hatoss, H Huijser
Gender and Education 22 (2), 147-160, 2010
Language maintenance and identity among Sudanese-Australian refugee-background youth
A Hatoss, T Sheely
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development 30 (2), 127-144, 2009
Career choices: Linguistic and educational socialization of Sudanese-background high-school students in Australia
A Hatoss, S O’Neill, D Eacersall
Linguistics and Education 23 (1), 16-30, 2012
Displacement, language maintenance and identity: Sudanese refugees in Australia
A Hatoss
John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2013
Community-level approaches in language planning: The case of Hungarian in Australia
A Hatoss
Current Issues in Language Planning 7 (2-3), 287-306, 2006
A model for evaluating textbooks
A Hatoss
Babel 39 (2), 25-32, 2004
Globalisation, interculturality and culture teaching: International students' cultural learning needs in Australia
A Hatoss
AMEP Research Centre, 2006
Afrikaans language maintenance in Australia
A Hatoss, D Starks, HJ Van Rensburg
Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 34 (1), 4-23, 2011
Identity formation, cross-cultural attitudes and language maintenance in the Hungarian Diaspora of Queensland
A Hatoss
Cultural Citizenship: Challenges of Globalisation, 71-77, 2003
Does the ownership rest with us? Global English and the native speaker ideal among Japanese high school students
A Saito, A Hatoss
International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning 6 (2), 108-125, 2011
Language, faith and identity: A historical insight into discourses of language ideology and planning by the Lutheran Church of Australia
Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 35, 94-112, 2012
Language, acculturation and identity in the German community of rural South East Queensland
A Hatoss
Language Awareness 15 (2), 80-96, 2006
Harnessing a nation’s linguistic competence: Identifying and addressing needs for LOTE in the tourism and hospitality industry
S O’Neill, A Hatoss
Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 26 (2), 31-45, 2003
Measuring motivation to learn Chinese and English through self-reported feelings and behaviours
SK Cheng
Taylor & Francis Group 13 (1), 88-94, 1993
Multiculturalism and mother tongue maintenance–the case of the Hungarian diaspora in Queensland
A Hatoss
Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 27 (2), 18-31, 2004
Sustainable multilingualism as an essential characteristic of multicultural societies: the case of Australia
A Hatoss
Language, Attitudes and Education in Multilingual Cities, 233-248, 2005
An international perspective on language policies, practices and proficiencies. Festschrift for David E. Ingram
D Cunningham, A Hatoss
FIPLV, 2005
Immigrant minority languages in urban Europe
G Extra
An international perspective on language policies, practices and …, 2005
Is language-in-education policy possible
RB Kaplan
An International Perspective on Language Policies, Practices and …, 2005
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