Martin Guardado

Martin Guardado (born 1962) is a Salvadorian-born Canadian sociolinguist. He is currently a professor of applied linguistics at the University of Alberta. His research focuses on heritage language socialization and teaching English as a second language. He is noted for his work on heritage language socialization and for recommending that heritage languages need to be studied multidimensionally as well as from macro and micro perspectives. His recent and current research respectively examines the experiences of Japanese-Canadian mothers in mixed language families in Montreal and the characteristics of mixed language parents across a number of linguistic groups in Alberta. Provided by Wikipedia

by Guardado, Martin, Light, Justine
Published 2020
Springer International Publishing