English studies from archives to prospects. Volume 2. Linguistics and applied linguistics / edited by Irena Zovko Dinković, Jelena Mihaljević Djigunović.
Contributor(s): Zovko Dinković, Irena [edt] | Mihaljević-Djigunović, Jelena [edt].Material type: TextPublisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016Description: 333 str. : ilustr. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781443890762.Subject(s): opća lingvistika | primijenjena lingvistika | engleski jezik | hrvatski jezik | Odsjek za anglistiku, Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu konferencija 2014. godine English Studies as Archive and as Prospecting: (80 Years of English Studies in Zagreb) | English studies Linguistics Applied Linguistics
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Knjiga je proizašla iz radova s međunarodnoga znanstvenoga skupa English Studies as Archive and as Prospecting: (80 Years of English Studies in Zagreb) održanog od 18. do 21. rujna 2014. u Zagrebu.
Bibliografija iza svakog poglavlja
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Sadržaj: An Epistemological Approach to English Gender from a Grammar-Based Perspective / Laure Gardelle --
Negative Polarity Items in Croatian / Irena Zovko Dinković --
Paucal Quantifiers and the Degree of Grammaticalization / Kamiah Arnaut-Karović --
Going Productive with Metonymy / Mario Brdar --
Counting Sheep and Then Some: A Multifactorial Look at Instantiations of Animal Metaphor / Goran Milić --
English as a Lingua Franca in Croatia: Attitudes and Pronuciation / Višnja Josipović-Smojver, Mateusz-Milan Stanojević --
The Native Speaker: A Glance at Some Issues in the Debate / Damir Kalogjera, Anđel Starčević --
Translating Languages I Don't Know / Svend Erik Larsen --
Stocktaking and Prospects: Five Years of the Translation Track in the University of Zagreb's Department of English / Nataša Pavlović --
Prospecting in the Archives: Finding Common Features in English and Croatian Correspondence / Alexander D. Hoyt --
Comparative Inclusion and Treatment of Scientific and Technical Vocabulary In OALD3, OALD4 and OALD8 / Marjeta Vrbinc --
Lexicographic Treatment of Adverbs in “A” in British Monolingual Learner’s Dictionaries / Alenka Vrbinc --
Local Contributions To Global Developments in ELT: The Case Of Croatia / Jelena Mihaljević Djigunović --
The Functional Competence of EFL Learners / Višnja Pavičić Takač, Vesna Bagarić Medve --
Psychotypology and the Activation of Interlingual and Deceptive Cognates from Typologically Unrelated Languages in L3 English Production / Stela Letica Krevelj --
Do You Have a Soft Spot for English, or is it Just Not Your Thing? A Study of Croatian (University) Students' Attitudes towards English as a Foreign Language / Davorka Rujevčan, Dino Dumančić --
Learner Perception of Wiki-Based Collaborative Grammar Writing Activities in a Hybrid Learning Context: An Experimental Study / Andreja Kovačić --
Representations of Professions in EFL Coursebooks / Marija Andraka.
This volume explores English Studies from the perspective of linguistics and applied linguistics. By examining developments within their selected topics, the authors of these 18 chapters provide a broad overview of English Studies as related to their specific points of interest. Topics range from the well-established, such as negation, grammaticalization or culture in learning English, to those that are currently being revisited or are considered relatively new, such as corpus analysis, English as a lingua franca, or third language acquisition. The chapters reflect a modern approach to linguistic and applied linguistic phenomena, including diachronic and synchronic perspectives, as well as quantitative and qualitative research paradigms. English Studies as practiced at the English Department in Zagreb during the last 80 years, the anniversary of which instigated the invitation of contributions for this collection, are presented in this volume as a vibrant field, characterized by dynamics and complexities that introduce novel ideas, and help us embrace emerging aspects of established ones.