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Evolutionary psychology and the origins of language

(Editorial for the special issue of Journal of Evolutionary Psychology on the evolution of language)

Journal of Evolutionary Psychology
Author:
Thomas C. Scott-Phillips

. K. Arnold K. Zuberbühler 2006 Language evolution: Semantic combinations in primate calls Nature

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Radick, G. (2000d): Language, brain function and human origins in the Victorian debates on evolution. Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 31 :55-75. Language, brain function and human origins

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Introduction: what is constructivism? By the end of the 20th century, communicative language pedagogy had accumulated a plethora of methodological trends in language pedagogy. It is often described by practitioners as the most idealistic and

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Language diversity and national languages in higher education

Nyelvi sokféleség és nemzeti nyelvek a felsőoktatásban

Magyar Terminológia
Author:
Marjeta Humar

. 2. Bratanić M. – Ostroški Anić , A. 2010 . Croatian in Higher Education – an Instrument of Language Integrity and a Means of Standardising National Terminology? In: Humar , M. – Žagar

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2002 . ‘Sālā yǔ cíhuì tànxī 撒拉语词汇探析[Analysis of the Salar Lexicon].’ Mínzú Yǔwén 民族語文 1 : 45 – 54 . Akmataliyev , Abdyldajan [Акматалиев, Абдылдажан] (ed.) 2015a . Кыргыз тилинин сөздүгү I [A Dictionary of the Kyrgyz Language I] . Бишкек

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Across Languages and Cultures
Authors:
Károly Polcz
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Szvetlana Hamsovszki
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Erika Huszár
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Emőke Jámbor
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Nóra Szigetváry
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Marianna Válóczi

1 Introduction The marked sociolinguistic influence of English as a lingua franca concerns not only general language vocabulary ( Crystal, 2003 ), but also the terminology of various specialized languages ( Myking, 1997 ), which are generally “more

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The history of Malta is a sequence of experiences which exposed the country to various cultures and consequently contributed towards its growth into a nation not only claiming to be distinct, but also having full awareness of its own identity. The Semitic character of its language and the Latinity of its culture have both contributed towards the complex formation of a unique country. This paper seeks to outline the development of the Maltese language as a medium through which Malta could best express itself and construct its own literature. Located midway between two continents, Malta’s geographical position is thus coherently reflected in this duality.

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Ossetic 1964 Abondolo, Daniel (ed.). 1998. The Uralic languages. London & New York: Routledge

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intersections between translation and other forms of communication. This is visible, in particular, in investigations into mediation universals, language contact universals or constrained communication. Mediation, according to Ulrych and Murphy (2008

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Introduction The impact of English as a foreign language teachers' associations (ELTAs) on their members has been proven as having a positive impact ( Gnawali, 2016 ) and leading to professional enhancement; however, studies on the motivation of

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