Sustainable Multilingualism

“Sustainable Multilingualism” is a Biannual Scientific Journal (issues are published twice a year: June and December).

The journal of scientific papers aims at fostering sustainable multilingualism and multilculturalism by presenting research on the issues of language policy, preservation of minority and less widely taught languages, maintenance of linguistic rights, language ecology, pluralistic approach to languages, acquisition and development of plurilingual competence, interdisciplinary language sensitive teaching, mediation, intercultural dialogue development and plurilingual didactics. The need to research multilingualism as an essential feature of dynamic and coherent international community is urgent under contemporary conditions of socio-political climate.

All published articles have assigned DOI numbers.

Scientific periodical journal “Sustainable Multilingualism” is indexed in SCOPUS, MLA, DOAJ, C.E.E.O.L., J-GATE, LINGUISTICS ABSTRACTS ONLINE, LINGUISTIC BIBLIOGRAPH, Yand WANFANG DATA databases.

The Journal was established by Vytautas Magnus University science cluster “Research in Plurilingual Competence Development” H-08-09, published by the Institute of Foreign Languages.

Since 2017 the online version of the journal has been published by SCIENDO (former DE GRUYTER OPEN).

Editor-in-Chief - Prof. dr. Nemira Mačianskienė, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania.

Deputy/Managing Editors - Assoc. prof. Vilma Bijeikienė, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania & Assoc. prof. Servet Çelik, Trabzon University, Turkey.

 


Journal Cover Image

No 19 (2021)

Table of Contents

Front Matter and Editors' Note

FRONT MATTER PDF
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EDITORIAL | REDAKTORIAUS ŽODIS PDF
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Society. Identity. Languages

I PARTICIPATE; THEREFORE, I AM (AND I LEARN): RESEARCHING LEARNERS’ MULTILINGUAL IDENTITY IN THE MULTILINGUAL SCHOOL CONTEXT PDF
Rea Lujić 1-18
LINGUISTIC IDENTITY: BETWEEN MULTILINGUALISM AND LANGUAGE HEGEMONY PDF
Sigitas Lūžys 19-38
DECONSTRUCTION OF THE DISCOURSE OF FEMININITY: A CASE OF THAI GIRLS’ SCHOOLS PDF
Natakorn Satienchayakorn, Pattamawan Jimarkon 39-68

Multilingual Encounters

LANGUAGE USE AMONG MALAYSIAN TAMIL YOUTH PDF
Pawathy Nalliannan, Thanalachime Perumal, Stefanie Pillai 69-93
ŠEIMOS KALBŲ POLITIKOS IR SOCIALINIŲ TINKLŲ ĮTAKA RUSAKALBIO JAUNIMO KALBINĖMS NUOSTATOMS BEI KALBŲ VARTOJIMUI PDF (Lithuanian)
Skirmantė Kubiliūtė 94-124

Language Education in Multilingual and Multicultural Settings

PREPARING ELL WRITERS FOR BECOMING MULTILINGUAL WRITERS: CHALLENGES AND STRATEGIES PDF
Lee Jin Choi 125-140
METACOMPREHENSION AWARENESS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL PLURILINGUALS PDF
Silvija Hanžić Deda 141-172
PECULIARITIES OF PHONETIC AND ORTHOGRAPHIC ADAPTATION OF LATIN TERMS IN ENGLISH CLINICAL TERMINOLOGY: ON THE ISSUE OF LATIN TERMINOLOGICAL COMPETENCE FORMATION OF FOREIGN MEDICAL STUDENTS PDF
Olesia Lazer-Pankiv, Iuliia Pysmenna 173-202
PLESIONYMS AS A VOCABULARY TEACHING TOOL: THE CASE OF ESTONIAN EFL LEARNERS PDF
Alina Yevchuk 203-226

Issues in Translation

TARPUKARIO IR SOVIETINĖS LIETUVOS LAIKOTARPIŲ ASMENVARDŽIŲ VERTIMAS: MOLJERO „TARTIUFO“ ATVEJIS PDF (Lithuanian)
Aurelija Leonavičienė 227-255

General Requirements for Manuscripts

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR MANUSCRIPTS | BENDRIEJI REIKALAVIMAI RANKRAŠČIAMS PDF
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Other

METRICS PDF
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Biannual Scientific Journal "Sustainable Multilingualism"

Barcode: 9772335201001
Print copy: ISSN 2335-2019
Online copy: ISSN 2335-2027