Identifying attitudes leading to a feeling of global citizenship: a mixed methods study of Saudi students studying English in higher education in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Love, Dennis Henry;
Subject: LB2300 | LB3602
This study is a mixed methods approach, consisting of a questionnaire and narrative interviews that opened the opportunity to investigate motivation in KSA by employing a post-positivist stance. This study is specifically aimed at investigating the attitudes and percept... View more
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