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Research project description
EFL Reading in Three Indonesian Universities: Perspectives in Diverse Cultural Contexts
The purpose of the PhD research project is mainly to investigate what, in the perceptions of key stakeholder groups, constitutes an effective EFL reading program at English Departments in three universities in Malang, East Java Province, Indonesia. The three universities differ in terms of their student population, their cultural and religious backgrounds, and nature of the tertiary institutions and program. Hence, the researcher also discusses the findings in relation to different cultural and academic backgrounds in those universities. The research data are a variety of the participants’ responses collected from questionnaire, focus group interviews, individual interviews, and documentation.
Invited presentations/guest lectures
- Masduqi, H. (2015). Inter-religious Harmony in Indonesia. In The Indonesian Studies Guest Lecturer Series 2015. Department of Indonesian Studies, The University of Sydney, 17 September 2015.
- Masduqi, H. (2014). Education, Health, and Human Resources in Indonesia. In The Indonesian Studies Guest Lecturer Series 2014. Department of Indonesian Studies, The University of Sydney, 22 May 2014.
- Masduqi, H. (2013). The Long and Winding Road of A Scholarship Hunter. In National English Seminar 2013. Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, Islamic University of Malang, Indonesia, 21 December 2013.
- Masduqi, H. (2012). The Influence of Globalization on National Culture. In The Indonesian Studies Guest Lecturer Series. Department of Indonesian Studies, The University of Sydney, 8 August 2012.
Thomas T. Roberts Education Fellowships 2014 & 2016
Postgraduate Research Support Scheme 2013 & 2014
AusAid Allison Sudradjat Award 2010
AusAid Australian Leadership Award 2010
AusAid LAPIS-ELTIS Scholarship 2007
AusAid Australian Development Scholarship 2003
|EFL Reading in Three Indonesian Universities: Perspectives of Key Stakeholders in Diverse Cultural Contexts||PhD||Associate Professor Ken Cruickshank|
|EFL Reading in Three Indonesian Universities: Perspectives of Key Stakeholders in Diverse Cultural Contexts||PhD||Honorary Associate Professor Lesley Harbon|
- Masduqi, H. (2014). EFL Reading In Indonesian Universities: Perspectives and Challenges in Cultural Contexts. Journal of Teaching and Education, 3(3), 385–397.
- Masduqi, H. (2011). Critical Thinking Skills and Meaning in English Language Teaching. TEFLIN Journal, 22(2), 185–200.
- Masduqi, H. (2014). Key Stakeholders' Perceptions of Reading Programs at English Departments in Indonesian Universities. In The Freiburg Annual Multidisciplinary Conference 2014 . Katholische Akademie der Erzdiözese Freiburg, Germany, 2-5 December 2014.
- Masduqi, H. (2014). Reading Instruction and Stakeholders’ Perspectives in Indonesian Universities. In The Ninth University of Sydney TESOL Research Network Colloquium 2014 . Faculty of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney, 23 August 2014.
- Masduqi, H. (2014). EFL Reading in Indonesian Universities: Lecturers’ and Learners’ Perspectives in Different Cultural Contexts. In The International Conference for Academic Disciplines Las Vegas 2014. University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 17-20 March 2014.
- Masduqi, H. (2013). English Language Teaching in Indonesian Universities: What Makes for an Effective EFL Reading Program. In The 2013 TEFLIN International Conference. University of Indonesia, 27-29 August 2013.
- Masduqi, H. (2012). Addressing Cultural Issues in EFL Reading in Indonesia. In The Research Students Forum 2012. Faculty of Education and Social Work, The University of Sydney, 14 June 2012.
- Masduqi, H. (2012). The Teaching of Reading in Indonesian Universities: A Cross-Cultural Perspective. In Annual Higher Degree Research Student-Led Conference 2012. School of Education, The University of New South Wales, 9 November 2012.
- Masduqi, H. (2011). EFL Reading in Indonesia: Understanding Cultural Problems. In The 2nd International Conference INASYSCON 2011. Brawijaya University of Malang, Indonesia, 17-18 December 2011.