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Edited by Jaime Céspedes

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Hanna Komorowska and Jarosław Krajka

The aim of the present book is to examine the social and cultural diversity of language teacher education, providing a unified account of highly diversified teacher development and appraisal realities across sociocultural contexts. We will strive to make an overview of a wide range of issues related to teacher development approaches and models, teacher competences, adopted roles, stressors and motivators, teacher appraisal systems, professional examinations and certifications as well as digital opportunities for teacher development. All of these concepts will be discussed in a wide social and cultural context, trying to bring examples from numerous countries.

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La letteratura italiana del Secondo Novecento fuori d’Italia: ricezione e immaginario (1945-1989)

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Edited by Alejandro Patat and Brigitte Poitrenaud-Lamesi

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Giuliana Regnoli

This is the first major sociolinguistic work on Indian diasporic communities in Germany. It investigates accent perceptions and attitudes to variation in Indian varieties of English. The study shows that metalanguage allows to understand what sociolinguistic stereotypes are at stake in diasporic communities and what criteria are made use of in such discriminations.

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Edited by Isabelle Meuret, Hubert Roland, Grazia Berger and Chiara Nannicini

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Clinical Research at MENA -

Challenges and Solutions

Edited by Fatih Özdener

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Harmony Effects Across Language and Perception

Some Conundrums around the Unity of the Mind

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Gaetano Fiorin and Denis Delfitto

This book offers original insights around a fascinating idea: Perception and the rest of cognition, crucially including language, are closer to each other than the Cartesian tradition dared to dream. By combining recent results in cognitive neuroscience, the philosophy of perception, and the syntax of natural language, the book demonstrates that there is continuity between higher and lower cognition. Percepts from perceptual experience are propositional, conceptual, and they are not divorced from objective reality. Human cognition is merged with the natural world, able to reflect it in complex ways and interact with it in modalities that are since the very beginning computationally complex and rich in content.