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Innovations and challenges in language learning motivation

Innovations and challenges in language learning motivation

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단행본
Personal Author
Dörnyei, Zoltán, author.
Title Statement
Innovations and challenges in language learning motivation / Zoltán Dörnyei.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York, NY :   Routledge,   2020.  
Physical Medium
viii, 178 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Innovations and challenges in applied linguistics
ISBN
9781138599147 (hardback) 9781138599161 (paperback)
요약
"Innovations and Challenges in Language Learning Motivation provides a cutting-edge perspective on the latest challenges and innovations in language learning motivation, incorporating numerous examples and cases in mainstream psychology and in the field of second language acquisition. Drawing on over three decades of research experience as well as an extensive review of the latest psychological and SLA literature, Dörnyei provides an accessible overview of these cutting-edge areas and covers novel topics that have not yet been addressed in L2 motivation research, such as: fundamental theoretical questions such as mental time travel, ego depletion, psychological momentum and passion, and how the temporal dimension of motivation can be made consistent with a learner attribute; key challenges concerning the notion of L2 motivation, ranging from issues about the nature of motivation (e.g. trait, state or a process?) and questions surrounding unconscious versus conscious motivation, the motivational capacity of vision, and long-term motivation and persistence; highly practical classroom-specific challenges such as how technological advances could be better integrated in teachers' repertoires of motivational strategies. This distinctive book from one of the key voices in the field will be essential reading for students in the field of TESOL and Applied Linguistics, as well as language teachers and teacher educators"--
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Second language acquisition --Study and teaching. Motivation in education --Study and teaching.
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Contents information

Author Introduction

Zoltan Dornyei?(지은이)

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Introduction: The ever-changing landscape of language learning motivation research


1. Fundamental challenges I: The conceptualisation of ''motivation''


Challenge 1: What is motivation: a trait, a state or a process?


Innovation 1: McAdams''s ''New Big Five'' theory of personality


Innovation 2: Motivational implications of the New Big Five model


Challenge 2: How can we conceptualise motivation in a process-oriented manner?


Innovation 1: Process models of motivation


Innovation 2: Other theoretical attempts to ''capture time''


Challenge 3: Is it possible to distinguish motivation from affect and cognition?


Innovation: A phenomenological account


Challenge 4: Conscious versus unconscious motivation


2. Fundamental challenges II: Motivational dynamics


Challenge 5: How to account for the context of motivation


Innovation 1: The systematic characterisations of context


Innovation 2: The rise of ''social motivation''


Innovation 3: The rise of qualitative research


Innovation 4: Gardner''s fusion of personality and social psychology


Innovation 5: Person-in-context approaches


Challenge 6: The issue of different timescales


Innovation 1: The idiodynamic method


Innovation 2: Appropriate time window and timescale


Innovation 3: ''Proximal subgoals''


Challenge 7: The interference of multiple parallel goals


Innovation 1: From process models to a dynamic conception


Innovation 2: Goal configurations and temporal structuring


Innovation 3: Principles of goal prioritisation


Challenge 8: How to handle the dynamic complexity of motivation


Innovation 1: Applying the principles of complex dynamic systems theory


Innovation 2: Placing the agent in the centre of a complex motivational system


3. Fundamental challenges III: Motivation applied


Challenge 9: Motivation and SLA


Innovation 1: Taking a ''small lens'' approach


Innovation 2: Task-based motivation


Challenge 10: How to enhance motivation meaningfully, without carrots and sticks


Innovation 1: Applying motivational strategies


Innovation 2: Focusing on ''student engagement''


Innovation 3: Capitalising on role modelling


Innovation 4: Preventing demotivation and fostering remotivation


Innovation 5: Applying technology


Challenge 11: How can we measure a dynamic concept such as motivation?


Innovation 1: Conducting qualitative, longitudinal and intervention studies


Innovation 2: Conducting mixed methods research


Innovation 3: Retrodictive qualitative modelling


Innovation 4: Identifying motivational conglomerates


4. Research frontiers I: Unconscious motivation


Conscious agency and its unconscious limits


The case for unconscious motivation


The case for conscious motivation


Unconscious goal setting and goal pursuit


Automatized and chronic goals


Dual-process theories and the interaction of the conscious and the unconscious mind


Researching unconscious motivation


Priming


Traditional assessment of implicit motivation through projective tests


Modern assessment procedures


The relationship between explicit and implicit motivational measures: Research implications


Unconscious motivation in SLA


Summary


5. Research frontiers II: Vision


What is vision?


The neuropsychology of vision


Vision and human mental functioning: Dual coding theory and working memory


The absence of vision: Aphantasia


Envisioning the future: Mental time travelling and possible selves


Applications of vision in the social sciences


Vision in psychology


Vision and sport performance


Vision and business management


How does vision motivate?


Possible future selves and self-discrepancy theory


Mental contrasting and process imagery


Vision and hope


Vision and emotions


Vision and unconscious motivation


Vision and L2 motivation


Summary


6. Research frontiers III: Long-term motivation and persistence


High-octane motivational fuel: ''Self-concordant vision''


Limiting energy depletion through energy saving


Ego depletion


Conserving motivational energy through habits and behavioural routines


Regenerating energy 1: Lessons from ''Directed Motivational Currents''


Directed motivational currents (DMCs)


Subgoals and progress checks


Affirmative feedback and social support


Regenerating energy 2: Lessons from ''psychological momentum''


Adler''s original conception of momentum


Modern conceptualisations of momentum


Lessons offered by momentum research for the understanding of long-term motivation


Augmenting energy with positive emotionality


The notion of passion in psychology


Motivational breakdown cover: Persistence and self-control


Overlapping theoretical constructs


Lessons emerging from the persistence literature


Summary


Conclusion


References


Subject index


Author index

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