LANGUAGES AND PEOPLE: COMMUNICATION IN A MULTILINGUAL WORLD
The fifth International Conference of Applied Linguistics Languages and People: Communication in a Multilingual World was held on 29-30 September 2022. Applied linguists from Lithuania and other countries were presenting their research from a range of disciplines, such as sociolinguistics, language policy, discourse analysis, sign language, pragmatics, language teaching and learning, language testing, language acquisition, lexicography, corpus linguistics, cognitive linguistics, etc.
Monika S. Schmid (University of Essex, United Kingdom)
„When is a bilingual an attriter? – Bilingualism as a two-way street“
Anna Mauranen (University of Helsinki, Finland)
„Research writing in change: the influence of English as a Lingua Franca“
Daniel Perrin (Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Switzerland)
„Multilingualism and the Media: Identifying Critical Issues and Scrutinizing Ideologies of Research“