LANGUAGES AND PEOPLE: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
The sixth International Conference of Applied Linguistics Languages and People: Problems and Solutions was held 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 languages, pragmatics, language teaching and learning, language testing, language acquisition, lexicography, corpus linguistics, cognitive linguistics, etc.
Some moments from the event (photo by Justinas Auškelis).
Annick De Houwer (Harmonious Bilingualism Network, HaBilNet)
„Supporting bilinguals’ well-being: A wish list for applied linguistics research in today’s diverse world“
Victoria Guillén-Nieto (University of Alicante, Spain)
„Hate speech: from the rally to the social media platform An overview of the new legal and linguistic problems raised by digital hate“
Marcus Callies (University of Bremen, Germany)
„Teaching World Englishes at the interface of linguistics, language education and classroom practice“