Sustainable Multilingualism

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.

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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, Trabzon University, Turkey.

 


No 15 (2019)

Table of Contents

Front Matter and Editors' Note

FRONT MATTER PDF
 
EDITORIAL PDF
 

Language Policy

SHOULD SCHOOLS UNDERMINE OR SUSTAIN MULTILINGUALISM? AN ANALYSIS OF THEORY, RESEARCH, AND PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE PDF
James Patrick Cummins 1-26
EDUCATIONAL REFORMS AND LANGUAGE PLANNING QUANDARY IN ALGERIA: AN ILLUSTRATION WITH ARABIZATION PDF
Ikhlas Gherzouli 27-47
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE GAP BETWEEN DE-JURE AND DE-FACTO LANGUAGE POLICIES: THE CASE OF KYRGYZSTAN AND HUNGARY PDF
Askar Mambetaliev 48-69

Language Use and Education in Multilingual and Multicultural Settings

ATTITUDES AND LANGUAGE USE OF (POTENTIAL) NEW SPEAKERS OF A MINORITIZED LANGUAGE: THE CASE OF ADULTS LEARNING WEST FRISIAN IN FORMAL COURSES PDF
Guillem Belmar Viernes 70-88
THE APPOSITION IN THE WRITTEN PRODUCTION OF LITHUANIAN LEARNERS IN FRENCH PDF (Français)
Vitalija Kazlauskiene 89-104
MULTILINGUALISM IN BENIN. SOME REFLECTIONS FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND MULTILINGUAL EDUCATION PDF (Español)
Ines Mª Garcia-Azkoaga, Manel Pérez-Caurel 105-128

Issues in Translation

SYNTACTIC ASPECTS OF LITHUANIAN-SPANISH TRANSLATION OF FICTION AND SCIENTIFIC TEXTS PDF (Lithuanian)
Carmen Caro Dugo 129-146
TRANSLATION AS A BARRIER BETWEEN THE ORIGINAL NARRATIVE AND THE READER: A CASE STUDY OF POWER RELATIONS AND ADDRESS FORMS IN TWO CRIME FICTION NOVELS PDF
Gintarė Pavilavičiūtė 147-169

Focus on Romance Languages

METAPHOR IN SPANISH L2 AND HERITAGE LANGUAGE LEARNERS’ SPEECH: HOW DOES IT COMPARE? PDF
Cecilia Tocaimaza-Hatch 170-194
TEACHING SOCIOCULTURAL ASPECTS IN THE SFL CLASS IN LITHUANIA: ANALYSIS OF THE PERCEPTION OF SOCIOCULTURAL CONTENT PDF (Español)
María José De Urraza, Vigilija Žiūraitė 195-218


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Biannual Scientific Journal "Sustainable Multilingualism"

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