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|Title:||Japanese Language Learning through Authentic Materials : Insights from an Italian University Case Study|
|Publisher:||Venezia : Edizioni Ca' Foscari|
|Abstract:||This paper addresses a key issue in Applied Linguistics today: to what extent do copy right laws limit teaching and learning processes through authentic materials? Four surveys conducted in 2013 among Italian university students illustrate the fundamental role of online shared materials under copyright as a source and support for their motivation in Japanese language learning, showing how strong the conflict between students’ practices/motivations and copyright laws still remains today.|
|Appears in Collections:||Ca' Foscari Japanese Studies (Book Collection)|
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