Second Language Learning and Identity: Cracking Metaphors in Ideological and Poetic Discourse in the Third Space

by Mika Yoshimoto

About Mika Yoshimoto

Mika Yoshimoto is a Japanese Instructor at Carleton University. She holds a PhD in Education from the University of Ottawa, an MA in Applied Linguistics from Carleton University and a BJ from Sophia University. Dr. Yoshimoto has also been published in Transnational Curriculum Inquiry. Originally from Japan, she came to Canada at the age of fifty to conduct graduate studies in English and is particularly interested in research involving second language learning, identity and autoethnography. She writes about her life, using Japanese/English haiku to express the in-between experience of living both in Japan and Canada.


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