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Mr Harrison Cooper BA, MA

Postgraduate Research Student (Presidential Scholarship Award)

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Harrison Cooper is a postgraduate research student within Modern Languages and Linguistics at the University of Southampton.

Harrison obtained First Class Honours in BA English Language Studies at the University of Winchester (2013-2016) before achieving a Distinction in MA Applied Linguistics (Research Methodology) at the University of Southampton (2016-2017). For his PhD, he is currently undertaking a comparative study focusing upon the orientations towards linguistic diversity within two UK universities. This research is funded by the Faculty of Humanities’ Presidential Scholarship Award (2018-2022).

Research interests

Harrison’s research interests include: English as a Lingua Franca, Multilingualism, Higher Education, Language Ideologies, Language Policy, English as a Medium of Instruction.

PhD supervision

Supervisors: Dr Will Baker and Professor Jennifer Jenkins

PhD working title: ‘Orientations towards linguistic diversity: a comparative study of two UK universities.’

Affiliate research group

Member of Centre for Global Englishes (CGE)

Mr Harrison Cooper
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