Micro Realities and Macro Dynamics
This monograph’s title reflects the need to articulate the classroom actions and strategies of an increasingly efficient technological environment with symbolic, cultural, and political issues, namely the multi-dimensionality of affiliations, which today condition the practices of learners, teachers, tool designers, and the dissemination (or not) of languages throughout the world.
Reflective testimony of a teacher who is passionate about his work, this book is also the result of research conducted by a linguist wishing to raise the field of foreign language education to the level of a coherent and rigorous discipline capable of presenting teaching/learning options to all languages/cultures.
About the author
Thomas Szende is a Professor of Hungarian and Applied Linguistics at INALCO (National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations, Paris, France) and the Director of the PLIDAM (Pluralité des Langues et des Identités : Didactique, Acquisition, Médiations) Research Center. His academic interests focus on second language acquisition as well as Hungarian grammar, bilingual lexicography, and translation. He has published several books, including Second Culture Teaching and Learning (Peter Lang, 2014).
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