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”­•\ŠT—v Despite the proliferation of narrative studies in language learning research, methodological issues that emerge in the research process, particularly, ideas and practices related to analyzing and reporting narrative data are areas that warrant much discussion. In this presentation, the presenter will argue the importance for researchers to develop and establish a space for critical and reflective thinking throughout the research process. Discussions of reflexivity itself may not be a new topic in the qualitative paradigm, but how it is incorporated and managed in the research process calls for further examination. Using data collected from a previous study that offers unique perspective on the understanding of the process of L2 identity construction and development, the presenter will show how reflexivity was incorporated in the research process, and address the methodological issues and challenges that emerge from it.
”­•\ŽÒ—ª—ð Masuko Miyahara i‘ÛŠî“‹³‘åŠw@‰pŒêƒŠƒxƒ‰ƒ‹ƒA[ƒc‰pŒê‹³ˆçƒvƒƒOƒ‰ƒ€@‰Û’ö“à€‹³Žöj holds an MA in TESOL and a PhD in second language learning from the Institute of Education, University of London. Her research interest focuses on learner/teacher identities, emotions, and autonomy in language education. She is also interested in research methodology and methods in language learning research, particularly in the area of narratives. Her current ongoing research projects involve pre-service teacher training programs and English as Medium of Instructions (EMI) within the Japanese educational context.