First Published: April 2020
Frequency: Twice per year
ISSN: 2652-5984 (Online)
Aims and Scope:
Migration and Language Education is an innovative open access journal devoted to the research intersecting two different dimensions, namely migration and language education. When a person migrates, it is particularly difficult to adapt to a host country unless s/he already has acquired its language(s). At the same time, the migrants’ linguistic assets have intrinsic relationships with the identities and communication cultures of the migrants and their families. Thus, migration is naturally associated with various aspects of language education. This journal invites new and creative manuscripts that can discuss languages, language acquisition, identity problems, language policy, and social integration that are triggered by migration.
Recently Published Articles:
Metalanguage for enabling immigrants and refugees: Relevance of Natural Semantic Metalanguage and Minimal English
Migration and Language Education . Published: 23 May, 2022, Volume 3(1), 23–41.
Work integrated language learning: Boundary crossing, connectivity, and L2 affordances
Linda Febring, Alastair Henry
Migration and Language Education . Published: 29 April, 2022, Volume 3(1), 1–22.
Collaborative witnessing: A North Korean’s immigration experience in South Korea
Migration and Language Education . Published: 24 November, 2021, Volume 2(1), 4–16.
Editorial: Cultural and linguistic integration from the network perspective
Eva Maria Luef, Sang Hwan Seong
Migration and Language Education . Published: 24 November, 2021, Volume 2(1), 1–3.
Migrant oriented Japanese language programs in Tokyo: A qualitative study about language policy and language learners
Seunghun J. Lee, Machi Niiya
Migration and Language Education . Published: 24 November, 2021, Volume 2(1), 17–33.
Multicultural education: How are ethnic minorities labelled and educated in post-handover Hong Kong?
Fang Gao, Jan Gube
Migration and Language Education . Published: 30 December, 2020, Volume 1(2), 51–59.
Towards sustainable internationalization
in post-COVID higher education:
Voices from non-native English-speaking international students in Canada
Migration and Language Education . Published: 30 December, 2020, Volume 1(2), 60–73.
Factors affecting immigrants' host country language proficiency: Focusing on the differences between migrant workers and marriage-migrant women in South Korea
In Young Yang, Seongseog Park, Sungjun Lee, Byeonggon Min
Migration and Language Education . Published: 30 April, 2020, Volume 1(1), 14–30.
Language teaching and settlement for newcomers in the digital age: A blended learning research project
Jill Cummings, Matthias Sturm, Augusta Avram
Migration and Language Education . Published: 30 April, 2020, Volume 1(1), 31–48.
Language, diversity and culturally responsive education
Migration and Language Education . Published: 30 April, 2020, Volume 1(1), 3–13.
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Maria Grazia Imperiale
Intercultural Communication Education Published: 19 April, 2021, Volume 4(1), 22–38.
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Norwegian EFL learners' awareness of and willingness to challenge visual stereotypes
Cecilie Waallann Brown
Intercultural Communication Education Published: 20 December, 2019, Volume 2(3), 120–141.
"Writing like a health scientist": A translingual approach to teaching text structure in a diverse Australian classroom
Sue Ollerhead, Isobel Crealy, Rebecca Kirk
Australian Journal of Applied Linguistics Published: 30 April, 2020, Volume 3(1), 77–90.
(Mis)use of e-mail in student-faculty interaction: Implications for university instruction in Germany, Saudi Arabia and Japan
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(Re)imagining a course in language and intercultural communication for the 21st century
Adriana Raquel Díaz, Paul J. Moore
Intercultural Communication Education Published: 29 December, 2018, Volume 1(3), 83–99.
(Re)turning to contrastive rhetoric’s basic communication principles: A Common Ground theory perspective
Jonathan D. Brown
Australian Journal of Applied Linguistics Published: 22 August, 2022, Volume 5(2), 77–87.
3D digital games, virtual worlds, and language learning in higher education: Continuing challenges in Japan
Robert Swier, Mark Peterson
The JALT CALL Journal Published: 31 December, 2018, Volume 14(3), 225–238.
A case study of using Facebook in an EFL English writing class: The perspective of a writing teacher
The JALT CALL Journal Published: 31 December, 2014, Volume 10(3), 189–202.
A comparative analysis of face to face instruction vs. Telegram mobile instruction in terms of narrative writing
Jamshid Heidari, Farzaneh Khodabandeh, Hassan Soleimani
The JALT CALL Journal Published: 31 August, 2018, Volume 14(2), 143–156.