Bojana Petrić
Birkbeck, University of London
Publications 36
#1Nigel Harwood (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 15
#2Bojana Petrić (Birkbeck, University of London)H-Index: 8
Drawing on a longitudinal case study of supervisees’ and supervisors’ experiences of master’s dissertation supervision in a UK university, we identify prominent themes emerging and use excerpts from our data to design pedagogic activities for teaching and learning staff to use in workshops with staff and students focused on supervisory practice. The activities ask discussants to consider experiential supervisory narratives involving students’ social networks, problems interpreting supervisors’ f...
#1Nigel Harwood (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 15
#2Bojana Petrić (Birkbeck, University of London)H-Index: 8
ABSTRACTDrawing on supervisor and supervisee interviews, analysis of supervisor feedback on the supervisee’s draft chapters, and departmental supervisory guidelines, this study focuses on the roles a master’s dissertation supervisor plays during the course of supervision. These roles are discussed referring to models of supervisory pedagogy, the teaching, partnership, apprenticeship, contractual, pastoral, and non-interfering models. Supervisee and supervisor agreed that the supervisor aligned w...
#1Liana Maria Pavelescu (Guildford College)H-Index: 1
#2Bojana Petrić (Birkbeck, University of London)H-Index: 8
This study explores the foreign language learning emotions of four EFL adolescent students in Romania and the ways in which their emotions emerge in their sociocultural context. Multiple qualitative methods were employed over a school semester, including a written task, semi-structured interviews with the learners and their teachers, lesson observations and English-related events outside the classroom. It was found that, while all four participants reported experiencing positive emotions in lang...
#1Nigel HarwoodH-Index: 15
#2Bojana Petrić (University of Sheffield)H-Index: 8
Book synopsis: Master’s degree programmes are on the rise, attracting growing numbers of international students who speak English as a second or additional language This book explores the experiences of supervising and being supervised at Master’s level, charting the difficulties and joys of learning for second language speakers of English, based in a UK university. Analysing rich, first-hand narratives, chapters identify key aspects of satisfaction and dissatisfaction through the eyes of the pa...
#1Diane Pecorari (LNU: Linnaeus University)H-Index: 12
#2Bojana Petrić (University of Essex)H-Index: 8
Plagiarism is a broad and multidisciplinary field of study, and within second-language (L2) writing, research on the topic goes back to the mid-1980s. In this review article we first discuss the received view of plagiarism as a transgressive act and alternative understandings which have been presented in the L1 and L2 writing literature. We then survey and identify salient themes in the growing body of work relating to plagiarism, primarily from an L2 writing/applied linguistic perspective. Thes...
#1Bojana PetrićH-Index: 8
The dominant position of English in international scholarship and increasing pressures on scholars worldwide to publish in English are now well documented (for example, Belcher 2007, Buckingham 2014, Canagarajah 2002, Curry and Lillis 2004, Ferguson et al. 2011, Flowerdew 1999a, 1999b, 2000, Hamel 2007, Hanauer and Englander 2013, Lillis and Curry 2006, 2010, Uzuner 2008). One of the less-explored conse-quences of this trend is the growth of English-medium journals in non-Anglophone countries. W...