Ambivalent, Dynamic and Changing Times: The Construction of Racial and Personal Identity in James McBride’s The Color of Water

The Color of Water, a memoir by James McBride, is a complex and nuanced account of the author's life as an African American and his relationship with his white mother. Using Bhabha's theories of hybridity, ambivalence, and a Third Space

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Detailed Discussion on Pre-service English Teacher Education in the State of Alagoas, Brazil: A Reflection on Identities

In Alagoas, a state in the northeast of Brazil, this article focuses on the current context of teaching and learning English as a foreign language. We are concentrating on our Federal University of Alagoas undergraduates, who are pre-service instructors. They

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Identity and Well-Being of Bulgarian Adolescents and Adults: Summarized Data for the Period 2002- 2018

Aim: Featuring identity and well-being of Bulgarian adolescents and adults and their preferred adaptation pathways. Study Design: Comparison of the results from two cross-sectional studies, completed in 2008 and 2018 with 703 Bulgarian volunteers in total, aged 18-60. The focus

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