Student/teacher mobility and identity

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Temporary Language Teachers or Permanent Residents? Negotiating Migrant Identities in South Korea 

Felicia Istad
Korea University

feliciaistad@korea.ac.kr


On how to become a privileged migrant – the relationship between study abroad and migration perspectives 

Vasilica Mocanu
Universidad de Salamanca

vasim@usal.es


Combining observational and narrative interviewing data in study abroad research: a critical discussion on qualitative research methods 

Sònia Mas-Alcolea & Helena Torres-Purroy
University of Lleida

sonia.mas@udl.cat
helena.torres@udl.cat


Inequality and resistance in the discourse around teacher migration: focus on ELT in Thailand 

Kristof Savski
Prince of Songkla University

kristof.s@psu.ac.th


The language practices of mobile students in Europe: implications for identity

Rosamond Mitchell
University of Southampton

R.F.Mitchell@soton.ac.uk

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  1. Many thanks to all the contributors of this interesting panel!

    Please post any questions that you may still have for the speakers here.

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