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Extending Research Horizons in Applied Linguistics

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The book is targeted at professional scholars as well as language students who plan their own research in the fuzzy field of applied linguistics, while working on their degree papers, or doing an any academic work related to language study. The uniqueness of the volume consists in its methodological character which is made operational and thus the book may function as a methodological manual.

The academically fashionable and catchy word 'interdisciplinarity' is frequently made void in the research perspective. Comprehended as a mark of academic liberalism, standing for anything goes, it is questioned by orthodox minds adhering to the compartmentalization of scientific disciplines. This volume tries to bridge the gap in at least three ways. It offers theoretical justification for crossing disciplinary borders in methodological terms, presents an application of adopted methods or techniques from a different discipline and finally considers research benefits resulting from such an approach. These three elements, around which each chapter is organized, account for the integrationist aspect of interdisciplinarity.

The volume includes seven chapters dedicated to a selected methodology incorporating an empirical avenue coming from outside of the linguistic domain, yet it is applied to linguistic issues which are interdisciplinary in their character. They either occupy a contested space between disciplines, or need an interdisciplinary insight, which ultimately imparts a more comprehensive understanding.

Published: Oct 1, 2023


Section Chapter Authors
Preface
Preface Hadrian Lankiewicz
Chapter 1
Building Translation Sub-Competences of Foreign Language Students in Telecollaboration Małgorzata Godlewska
Chapter 2
How Does Language Become a Skill? Analysing Languaging in a Problem Solving Activity Using a Multimodal Methodological Framework Grzegorz Grzegorczyk
Chapter 3
Integrating Duoethnography with Ethnolinguistics in an Endeavour to Reconstruct the Profiles of Education in the Discourse of Third Year Students of Applied Linguistics: A Case Study Magdalena Grabowska
Chapter 4
The Four Perspectives Model for Psychological/Psychiatric Case Formulations in Analysing the Discourse of Clinical-diagnostic Case Reporting Magdalena Zabielska
Chapter 5
The Application of Projective Techniques to Render Linguistic Repertoires of Plurilingual Language Learners at the Tertiary Level Emilia Wąsikiewicz-Firlej
Chapter 6
Deconstructing Ethnic Insults by Means of Dual Character Concepts: Finding Evidence of Newly Emerging Contemptuous Meanings with Recourse to Philosophical Concepts and Corpus Linguistics Anna Szczepaniak-Kozak
Chapter 7
Focus Group Interview on the Ecological Perspective in Language Study: An Insight into Critical Language Awareness of L2 Users with Regard to Translingual Practices of Plurilinguals Hadrian Lankiewicz