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French Migration to South Australia (1955-1971): What Alien Registration documents can tell us
(Department of Languages, Flinders University, 2005-08)
The present article investigates the demographic characteristics of French migrants to South Australia in the 1950s and 1960s. These two decades are of particular interest because during this period French migration to ...
First-Year Post-Secondary Students’ Attitudes Towards the Study of French: A Longitudinal Investigation
(University of Melbourne, 2004)
In order to meet the expectations of language students and to maximise both the quality of learning and the commitment to it over time, a better understanding of students' attitudes and aspirations is required. There are ...
Early French Migration to South Australia: Preliminary Findings on French Vignerons
(Lythrum Press, 2004)
The French in Australia form a small group of immigrants in terms of overall migration figures: the 1996 census records 16 000 French-born, while there were 240 000 Italian-born, 126 000 Greek-born and 120 000 German-born ...
An Investigation of Foreign Language Students' Conceptualisations of Literary Reading.
(Applied Linguistics Association of Australia, 2000)
This study investigates how first-year post-secondary students conceptualise and judge their strategic behaviour in relation to reading foreign language literary texts. The questionnaire used to collect data is structured ...