Hidden Behind the Catchy Trends: Precarity in ELT



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This dissertation aims to discuss the incorporation of the “nationalist” Kazak intellectuals of Alash Orda to the Soviet Socialist Republics and their role in the establishment of the Kazak ASSR. In the course of events they acted first together with Russian liberal democrats, then they sought to establish a national government and fought against the Bolsheviks, but after 1920 they chose to stay in the USSR and join the modernization process of their homeland alongside the Bolsheviks. In the mainstream acad...
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Çınar, Rıdvan; Emil, Serap; Gökalp, Gökçe; Department of Educational Sciences (2016)
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T. Elmas, “Hidden Behind the Catchy Trends: Precarity in ELT,” presented at the Biruni University 1st International English Language Teaching (ELT) Conference: “Catchy Trends in ELT”, İstanbul, Türkiye, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/93702.