Celeste Kinginger

List of John Benjamins publications for which Celeste Kinginger plays a role.



Subjects Applied linguistics | Language acquisition | Language teaching


Kinginger, Celeste and Robert W. Schrauf 2023 Chapter 4. Mixed methods research on language learning in study abroadMethods in Study Abroad Research: Past, present, and future, Pérez-Vidal, Carmen and Cristina Sanz (eds.), pp. 85–106 | Chapter
Although research involving the theorized, principled, systematic integration of quantitative and qualitative approaches – mixed methods – is relatively rare in the literature on study abroad, there have been seminal, interesting, and impactful multiple methods contributions to this literature.… read more
Kinginger, Celeste and Sheng-Hsun Lee 2019 The dialects of control and connection in the study abroad homestayLanguage learning and interactional experiences in Study Abroad settings, Salaberry, M. Rafael, Kate White and Alfred Rue Burch (eds.), pp. 19–44 | Article
As in every conversation, negotiation for control and connection is at the heart of communication in the study abroad homestay. Finding a comfortable footing on the control-and-connection continua (i.e., closeness versus distance, and hierarchy versus equality) is both a product and a process of… read more
The study abroad home stay is often credited with particular value for language and culture learning. While living with host families, students are believed to observe and to participate in a wide range of everyday practices while upgrading their language proficiency and intercultural awareness.… read more
Kinginger, Celeste 2013 AfterwordSocial and Cultural Aspects of Language Learning in Study Abroad, Kinginger, Celeste (ed.), pp. 333–336 | Article
This chapter provides a brief survey of recent research on language learning in study abroad, explaining the rationale for the current volume. Many studies focus on outcomes, variously defined as holistic constructs, skills, or aspects of communicative competence. There are also many studies… read more
This chapter examines the experiences of American high school students participating in a summer study and home stay program in China. Drawing on a corpus of qualitative interviews with high school participants and college-aged alumni, the authors examine how these students represent the extent to… read more