This volume contains twelve papers presented at the 26
International Conference of the Croatian Applied Linguistics Society, which was held at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Zagreb in 2012. The articles deal with the way in which information appears in language, specifically with the relationship between meaning and structure, and the way it is constructed by language users, particularly in foreign language learning and teaching situations. All the articles illustrate the claim that investigating language and its information value hinges on language structure, meaning and sociocognitive factors. The analysis of one cannot be complete without analyzing the other two, based on a functional perspective.
Proceedings from the CALS Conference 2012
Edited by Anita Peti-Stantic and Mateusz Milan Stanojevic
South Slavic Perspectives- Proceedings from the 2013 CALS Conference
Edited by Anita Peti-Stantic, Mateusz Milan Stanojevic and Goranka Antunovic
This volume brings together thirteen articles presented at the 27
International Conference of the Croatian Applied Linguistics Society held in Dubrovnik in 2013. The authors explore four groups of issues: stability and change at the intersection of the standard and other varieties; language policy and language attitudes in relation to the status of L1 and L2; bilingualism and multilingualism; translation solutions reaffirming and/or establishing the norm. The articles focus on the contemporary Croatian and Slovenian sociolinguistic situation, relating it to the current situation in Europe.