Candarli, Duygu (PhD alumna)

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Hello everyone! My name is Duygu. I completed my PhD in Language Education at the University of Manchester and loved every minute of my PhD study. I felt privileged to work as a Graduate Teaching and Research Assistant at the University of Manchester and feel lucky to be a part of this amazing and supportive community. I worked as a teacher of English for Academic Purposes at universities in the past. I also have experience of translating and editing children’s books and magazines.

My doctoral research, which combined the corpus linguistics methods and qualitative research methods, investigated phraseology in first and second language academic writing and provided new insights into developmental patterns of phraseology in different contexts.

I am currently a lecturer in Language Education at the University of Dundee. I now supervise MEd dissertations and PhD theses in language education. My recent publications include work on a longitudinal study of multi-word constructions in L2 academic writing and changes in L2 writers’ self-reported metalinguistic knowledge of lexical phrases.

It is a great feeling to be a part of the LTE community! This blog is a wonderful opportunity to learn from each other and reflect on our experiences.

 

Recent publications

Candarli, D. (2020). A longitudinal study of multi-word constructions in L2 academic writing: the effects of frequency and dispersion. Reading and Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 1-33. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11145-020-10108-3

Candarli, D. (2020). Changes in L2 writers’ self-reported metalinguistic knowledge of lexical phrases over one academic year. The Language Learning Journal, 48(6), 768–784. https://doi.org/10.1080/09571736.2018.1520914

4 comments

  • Duygu Candarli

    Thank you all for your warm welcome 🙂
    Mariam and Fitri, I hope to talk to you soon and we should share our experiences with each other.

  • Hi Duygu,

    Welcome aboard 🙂
    We apparently share a similar hobby, translating and editing children books. I also write some anyway. Do you do too? Hope to talk more with you sometime.
    Wishing you a great journey ahead 🙂

  • Hi Duygu,
    Welcome to the Doctoral Community! I hope you will enjoy your PhD experience, and I look forward to hearing more about your research into the development of Turkish students’ academic writing.

  • Richard Fay

    Welcome Duygu 🙂

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