Table of contents for Motivation, language identity and the l2 self / edited by Zoltãaan Dáeornyei and Ema Ushioda.

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The Contributors
1.	Motivation, language identities and the L2 self: A theoretical overview
 Ema Ushioda and Zolt n D¿rnyei
2.	The L2 Motivational Self System
 Zolt n D¿rnyei
3.	The baby, the bathwater and the future of language learning motivation research
 Peter D. MacIntyre, Sean P. MacKinnon and Richard Cl¿ment
4.	The L2 Motivational Self System among Japanese, Chinese and Iranian learners of 
English: A comparative study
 Tatsuya Taguchi, Michael Magid and Mostafa Papi
5.	Learning experiences, selves and motivated learning behaviour: A comparative 
analysis of structural models for Hungarian secondary and university learners of 
English
 Kata Csiz¿r and Judit Kormos
6.	Self and identity in L2 motivation in Japan: The ideal L2 self and Japanese learners of 
English
 Stephen Ryan
7.	International posture and the ideal L2 self in the Japanese EFL context
 Tomoko Yashima
8.	Motivation and vision: The relation between the ideal L2 self, imagination and visual 
style
 Abdullah S. Al-Shehri
9.	Links between ethnolinguistic affiliation, self-related motivation and second language 
fluency: Are they mediated by psycholinguistic variables?
 Norman Segalowitz, Elizabeth Gatbonton and Pavel Trofimovich
10.	Toward the development of a scale to assess possible selves as a source of language 
learning motivation
 Peter D. MacIntyre, Sean P. MacKinnon, and Richard Cl¿ment
11.	A person-in-context relational view of emergent motivation, self and identity
 Ema Ushioda
12.	Situating the L2 self: Two Indonesian school learners of English
 Martin Lamb
13.	Imagined identity and the L2 self in the French Foreign Legion
 Zachary Lyons
14.	The sociocultural interface between ideal self and ought-to self: A case study of two 
Korean students? ESL motivation
 Tae-Young Kim
15.	The internalisation of language learning into the self and social identity
 Kimberly A. Noels
16.	Possible selves in language teacher development
 Magdalena Kubanyiova
17.	Identity and self in e-language teaching
 Cynthia White and Alex Ding
18.	Motivation, language identities and the L2 self: Future research directions
 Zolt n D¿rnyei and Ema Ushioda
Appendices of Research Instruments

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Second language acquisition.
Motivation in education.
Identity (Psychology).
Self.