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Identities Development of Adult Chinese Heritage Language Learners from Southeast Asian American Families
Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement
Although linguistic and cultural varieties exist among Chinese Heritage Language Learners (CHLLs), little attention has been given to how adult CHLLs with non-Mandarin backgrounds attempt to negotiate their identities when they learned Chinese. Grounded in He's (2008 He's ( , 2016) ) theory of Chinese heritage language (CHL) development, this study explored the construction of identities of Chinese adults from Southeast Asian American families in the process of Chinese heritage languagedoi:10.7771/2153-8999.1234 fatcat:mp6ymjip3rbm3fwfle66bwefqe