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L2 Learners` Communication Strategies: A Data Convergence Analysis
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L2 Learners` Communication Strategies: A Data Convergence Analysis
Kang, Su-Ja;
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 Abstract
L2 learners deal with communication problems encountered during the course of their oral communication by employing what are known as communication strategies(CSs). As CSs play a significant role in communication and language learning, identifying CSs that facilitate communication has become important in L2 research. However, there have been some controversies about how to identify CSs, especially about data sources: conversation data, retrospective interview data, or combining two types of data. Drawing on the advantages of converged data, this study aimed to identify CSs that L2 learners use in their English communication through a convergence analysis of data. In this qualitative case study, the data were collected from Korean L2 learners` conversations and retrospective verbal reports in stimulated recall interviews. Using a data convergence approach, various CSs were identified: definition replacement CSs, message change CSs, time-gaining CSs, and comprehension CSs. This study suggests the effectiveness of CSs in handling L2 communication problems and the usefulness of data convergence in L2 CS research.
 Keywords
Communication Strategies(CSs);Data Convergence Analysis;Communication Problems;L2 Communication;L2 Learners;
 Language
English
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