AFP 96 – Marcus Furness: Identity and Culture

This week I'm happy to welcome long-time listener Marcus from Tasmania on to the show to talk about identity, culture and building relationships through languages.

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Show notes

  • Marcus' language learning story
  • Our identity and how it's formed
  • His experience speaking Arabic with refugees
  • How to use languages as a way to build lasting relationships
  • The value of learning the minority language
  • How to improve integration through language learning
  • and much more!

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Thanks to this week's guest, Marcus Furness!

  • Bea says:

    Any idea why this episode seems to not be showing up on iTunes?

    • Kris Broholm says:

      Hi Bea,

      Unfortunately iTunes is sometimes a little slow in updating. I have taken a look at the feed and the episode details are there, meaning it’s unfortunately in iTunes’ hands.

      I can try and log into iTunes and request a manual update, hopefully that will help it show up

      • Bea says:

        Thanks for the quick reply!
        Let’s hope iTunes will fix it soon 🙂

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