Review of Second language socialization and learner agency: Adoptive family talk; Author: Lyn Wright Fogle; Publisher: Multilingual Matters, 2012; ISBN: 9781847697851; Pages: 203

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Zuzanna Kiermasz, University of Łódź

zuzannakiermasz@gmail.com

 

Zuzanna Kiermasz, MA, is a PhD student at the Faculty of Philology of the Univesity of Łódź, Poland where she teaches foreign language pedagogy. She is also an English teacher in a junior high school. Her research interests include psycholinguistics, bilingualism and various aspects of foreign language teaching, especially language learning strategies.

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