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The Cultural Context in Foreign Language Teaching


Edited By Martin Pütz

The present book is a collection of selected papers held at the 23rd International LAUD Symposium on «The Cultural Context in Communication Across Languages» (26-31 March 1997) in Duisburg, Germany. The papers included in this volume highlight several aspects pertaining to the cultural dimension of foreign language teaching and learning. The topics covered range from theoretical accounts on text, language, and culture through to empirically-based aspects of non-native discourse as well as sociolinguistic and cultural awareness in foreign language teaching. Finally, the volume brings together contributions from a wide variety of languages and cultural settings.
The Cultural Context in Foreign Language Teaching will interest students of educational linguistics and language pedagogy, intercultural communication and discourse analysis.


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Chris Braecke University of Antwerp Belgium Lothar Bredella University of GieBen Germany Hubert Cuyckens University of Antwerp Belgium Anita Fetzer University of Stuttgart Germany Ronald Geluyckens University ofMiinster Germany Angela Heidemann Newcastle-upon-Tyne United Kingdom Carlos Inchaurralde University of Zaragoza Spain Geert Jacobs University of Antwerp Belgium List of contributors Robert B. Kaplan University of Southern California U.S.A. Rosina Marquez Reiter University of Sheffield United Kingdom Katja Pelsmaekers University of Antwerp Belgium Elise Prins University of Stellenbosch South Africa Martin Piitz University of Duisburg Germany Augustin Simo Bobda University of Yaounde Cameroon Colin Simpson Cheltenham & Gloucester United Kingdom Christa van der Walt Vista University South Africa

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