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Mr Daniel Palmer BA, CELTA, MA

Postgraduate Research Student

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Mr Daniel Palmer is a postgraduate research student within Modern Languages and Linguistics at the University of Southampton.

I am a full-time English Teacher for the Ministry of Education in Abu Dhabi. I completed my BA in Philosophy at the University of Northampton in 2005, and worked for the UK government before gaining a CELTA in 2011. I then taught English at state schools and universities in Thailand, South Korea and China, before completing my MA in Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching at the University of Southampton in 2018, where I completed a dissertation which researched the efficacy of homestay programmes for second language learning.

Starting in 2020, I have been a distance PhD Researcher in Modern Languages at the University of Southampton. My postgraduate research is based around the Raizal people of San Andrés y Providencia, and the forces shaping their language use.


Research interests

Linguistic Ethnography, Visual Ethnography, Creole Studies, Code-mixing, Language Policy

PhD research

Title: Language Choice, Policy and Identity: A Linguistic Ethnography of the Raizal (working title)

Supervisors: Dr Adriana Patiño-Santos, Dr Heidi Armbruster

Affiliate research groups

BAAL, Linguistic Ethnography Group, Debating Ethnography

English Teacher for state schools and universities in Thailand, South Korea, China and UAE.

Mr Daniel Palmer
Student Office, Building 65, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Southampton, Avenue Campus, Southampton. SO17 1BF United Kingdom

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