Doctoral Students' Identities and Emotional Wellbeing in Applied Linguistics: Autoethnographic Accounts (Hardcover)

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Doctoral Students' Identities and Emotional Wellbeing in Applied Linguistics: Autoethnographic Accounts By Bedrettin Yazan (Editor), Ethan Trinh (Editor), Luis Javier Pentón Herrera (Editor) Cover Image
By Bedrettin Yazan (Editor), Ethan Trinh (Editor), Luis Javier Pentón Herrera (Editor)
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Description


This edited volume comprises an insightful collection of international autoethnographies from doctoral candidates in the field of applied linguistics, narrating and analyzing their student experiences to problematize and challenge the dominant and oppressive cultures of academia.

Through 12 select contributions, the book examines the intersection of identity work and emotional labor in the doctoral student journey, sharing insights into the potential of autoethnography for self-reflection, community building, and healing in doctoral studies. Contributors examine their doctoral journeys through personal narratives and testimonials to understand their own experiences, agency, identity, and emotions, encouraging current or former doctoral students to engage in the critical reflection of their own experiences. Chapters are divided into four themes: interrelating multiple identities, navigating and negotiating in-betweenness, engaging emotions and wellbeing, and establishing support systems.

Offering unique perspectives from a global spread of Ph.D. candidates, this book will be highly relevant reading for researchers and prospective or current doctoral students of applied linguistics, language education, TESOL, and LOTE. It will also be of interest to those interested in higher education, dissertation research, and autoethnography as a method.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781032306216
ISBN-10: 1032306211
Publisher: Routledge
Publication Date: March 31st, 2023
Pages: 252
Language: English