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Tanya Manning-Lewis

The Language Conundrum for Adolescent Jamaican Boys Living in Inner-city Communities

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One of the defining markers of Jamaican students’ academic success (for teachers and students) is their ability to speak Standard Jamaican English (SJE) fluently. However, SJE fluency is challenging for many majority-speaking Jamaican Creole (JC) boys who experience language conflicts within their social and educational contexts.

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