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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Experiencing Conflict And Crisis In Language/Culture Learning

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AUTHOR(S)

Nune Srapyan,Tetyana Sherban,Irina Bretsko,Alla Morhun

 

KEYWORDS

Culture, Conflict/ Crisis In Language Education, Cognitive-Emotional Approach, Cultural Differences. Nune Srapyan, Phd Student At Adam Mickiewicz University In Poznan

 

ABSTRACT

In Foreign Language Education The Teaching Of Culture Remains A Hotly Debated Issue, Causing Many Controversial Questions. Although Learning Language Through Learning The Whole Culture Is Considered As One Of The Ways Of Learning Foreign Language - Another Perspective Considering Language Being A Part Of The Culture - However, It Can Lead To Critical Incidents Resulting From Conflict/Crisis In Communication The Article Makes An Attempt To Answer These Questions Showing Different Backgrounds Of Such Conflicts/Crisis And What Are The Ways Of Overcoming Them Based On The Method Of Participatory Observation. It Discusses The Issue Of Language And Culture With A Focus On The Culturally Induced Language Misunderstanding, Confusion, And Conflicts As A Result Of The Global Language Contact.

 

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