Sustainable Multilingualism

The aim of the scientific journal “Sustainable Multilingualism” is to focus on the phenomenon of multilingualism from perspectives of various fields – language policy, didactics, learning and acquisition, applied linguistics, foreign language teaching, sociolinguistics, neurolinguistics, education science, history, philosophy, psychology and other fields and branches of science. The  journal  of  selected  papers  presents  research  in  issues  in  language  policy,  language  teaching  and learning in higher education, development of plurilingual competence and intercultural dialogue. The journal aims at fostering sustainable multilingualism, acquisition and maintenance of plurilingual competence (individual multilingualism) and development of societal multilingualism, learning and maintenance of the languages of neighbouring countries and less widely taught and learnt languages, therefore, the research will be published in various official EU languages, presenting comprehensive summaries in Lithuanian and English.

Papers published in “Sustainable Multilingualism” are indexed by C.E.E.O.L (Central and Eastern European Online Library), eLABA (Lithuanian Academic Electronic Library), Google Scholar and Modern Language Association.


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No 10 (2017)

Table of Contents

Front Matter and Editors' Note

FRONT MATTER PDF
  1-5
EDITORIAL PDF
  6-9

Language Policy

BILINGUALISM IN UKRAINE: VALUE OR A CHALLENGE? PDF
István Csernicskó, Réka Máté 14-35
THE ROLE OF TRANSLATION IN THE REVITALIZATION PROCESS OF MINORITY LANGUAGES: THE CASE OF BASQUE PDF
Guillem Belmar 36-54

Society. Identity. Languages

A STUDY OF ASSYRIANS’ LANGUAGE USE IN ISTANBUL PDF
Arda Arikan, Ozan Varli, Eyüp Yaşar Kürüm 56-74
IS THE SAMOGITIAN DIALECT GOING TO DIE OUT? IMPLICATIONS OF SHOWING PRIDE IN BEING A SAMOGITIAN AND ATTITUDES TOWARDS SAMOGITIANNESS ON SAMOGITIAN FACEBOOK PAGES PDF
Vilma Mikašytė 75-97
PIDGIN IN CREATIVE WORKS IN ENGLISH IN CAMEROON PDF
Jean Paul Kouega, Mildred Aseh 98-120

Language Education in Multilingual and Multicultural Settings

THE POTENTIAL OF BLENDED ESOL COURSES: ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES AMONG THE UK IMMIGRANTS PDF
Juratė Matulionienė, Daiva Pundziuvienė 122-135
CLIL APPROACH TO LEGAL ENGLISH COURSES: ANALYSIS OF PRACTICE AND EXPERIENCE PDF
Elena Grigorievna Vyushkina 136-149
YEAR OF INTENSIVE LANGUAGE LEARNING, A SPECIAL PROGRAM TO ROCKET HUNGARIAN STUDENTS’ FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY: A SUCCESS STORY? PDF
Enikő Öveges 150-174

Language Teacher Education

VALUING CULTURAL IDENTITY FOR SUCCESSFUL TEACHING AND LEARNING: APPLYING CULTUROMETRIC COMMITTED COMMUNICATION HUMANIST PRINCIPLES IN EDUCATIONAL CONTEXTS PDF (Français)
Beatrice Sylvie Boufoy-Bastick 176-191
VALUES AND ATTITUDES OF NORDIC LANGUAGE TEACHERS TOWARDS SECOND LANGUAGE EDUCATION PDF
Christina von Post, Patrik Wikström, Helge Räihä, Vilmantė Liubinienė 194-212


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