Sustainable Multilingualism

The aim of the biannual 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.

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). Managed and Published using Open Journal System. iThenticate system is used to check for plagiarism in the journal. All published articles have assigned DOI numbers.

Sustainable Multilingualism is covered by the following services: Baidu Scholar, CNKI Scholar (China National Knowledge Infrastructure), CNPIEC, EBSCO Discovery Service, Google Scholar, J-Gate, KESLI-NDSL (Korean National Discovery for Science Leaders), Linguistic Bibliography, Linguistics Abstracts Online, Microsoft Academic, MLA International Bibliography, Naviga (Softweco), Primo Central (ExLibris), ProQuest (relevant databases), Publons, ReadCube, Summon (Serials Solutions/ProQuest), TDNet, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory/ulrichsweb, WanFang Data, WorldCat (OCLC).

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

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

 


No 12 (2018)

Table of Contents

Front Matter and Editors' Note

FRONT MATTER PDF
  1-5
EDITORIAL PDF (Lithuanian)
  6-9

Linguistic Diversity: Language Rights and Identity

LANGUAGE CHALLENGES IN GLOBAL AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION PDF
Robert Phillipson 14-35
IDENTITY AND MULTILINGUALISM. AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL READING OF THE REPRESENTATION OF ALTERITY IN LITERARY KATABASIS PDF (Italiano)
Moreno - Bonda, Jurgita - Macijauskaitė-Bonda 36-60

Mobility and Multilingual Encounters

THE EFFECTS OF A STUDY-ABROAD EXPERIENCE ON PRE-SERVICE FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHERS’ TEACHING PHILOSOPHIES PDF
Ayşegül Takkaç Tulgar 62-87
LINKING VIRTUAL AND PHYSICAL MOBILITY: A SUCCESS STORY OF A MULTILINGUAL AND MULTICULTURAL EXCHANGE PDF
Lisa Griggio 88-112

Plurilingual Competence Development

PLURILINGUAL PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS AND THEIR LANGUAGE USE PDF
Rea Lujić, Silvija Hanžić Deda 114-129
ANALYSIS OF REFUGEE STUDENTS’ INTEREST, ATTITUDES AND LEARNING IN SOCIAL SCIENCES LESSONS FROM THE PERSPECTIVES OF TEACHERS AND STUDENTS PDF
Mehmet Akpinar 130-151
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF FORM-FOCUSED AND COMMUNICATIVE METHODS OF LANGUAGE TEACHING IN ESP COURSES PDF
Amin Karimnia, Mahmood Khosravani 152-165

Issues of Culture Specificity in Translation

INCONGRUITY OF CIVIL LAW TERMS UNDER POLISH AND BRITISH LEGAL SYSTEMS: A STUDY OF TRANSLATION METHODS PDF
Anna Kizinska, Renata Botwina 168-183
TRANSLATOR’S PREFACE AS A GENRE: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LITHUANIAN AND ENGLISH PREFACES PDF
Milda Bikmanienė 184-201
THORNS AND FLOWERS OF TEACHING ENGLISH LITERARY CRITICISM TO THE SPEAKERS OF PERSIAN AS A GLOBALLY LESS WIDELY TAUGHT LANGUAGE: A CASE OF MA STUDENTS OF TRANSLATION STUDIES IN IRAN PDF
Samad Mirza Suzani 202-224


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Biannual Scientific Journal "Sustainable Multilingualism"

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