Notes on Contributors
Ekaterina Bagreeva is Assistant Professor in the Department of Economic Security and Criminal Law at the Plekhanov University of Economics, Moscow. She lectures in juridical psychology, cross-cultural communication and cultural adaptation. She also works in Norway as a lec- turer and consultant. Her research interests include Russian and Norwegian auto- and hetero-stereotypes, Russian-speaking diasporas in Europe and migrants’ adaptation strategies. Baurzhan Bokayev works as adviser to the Vice-Minister of Education and Science of Kazakhstan. He is also a doctoral research student in the LN Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan. Arie Cohen is Associate Professor in the School of Education at Bar- Ilan University, Israel. He teaches courses on gestalt, cognitive and family therapies; in addition, he teaches statistics and thesis courses for PhD students. His many publications include works on depression, personality and a wide spectrum of subjects using facet theory. Jasmine Dum-Tragut works in the Department of Linguistics at the University of Salzburg and the Department of Armenian Studies at the Mayr-Melnhof Institute for Eastern Christian Studies, Salzburg. She pub- lishes on Armenian studies and general linguistics. Her research focuses on linguistic minority groups, endangered languages, ethnolinguistics and L2 language pedagogy. In Armenian studies, she researches Modern Armenian grammar and dialects, Armenian sociolinguistics, ethnic minorities in Armenia and language policy. 304 Notes on Contributors Martin Ehala is Professor at the University of Tartu in Estonia. His main research interests are the development of the Estonian linguistic environment, language maintenance and ethnolinguistic vitality. He has also published extensively on topics...
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