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You are all illiterate! – Language ideologies and language conflict in language teaching


Starčević, Anđel; Bilić Meštrić, Klara
You are all illiterate! – Language ideologies and language conflict in language teaching // Second International Conference on Sociolinguistics: Insights from Superdiversity, Complexity and Multimodality
Budimpešta, Mađarska, 2018. (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, neobjavljeni rad, znanstveni)


Naslov
You are all illiterate! – Language ideologies and language conflict in language teaching

Autori
Starčević, Anđel ; Bilić Meštrić, Klara

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, neobjavljeni rad, znanstveni

Skup
Second International Conference on Sociolinguistics: Insights from Superdiversity, Complexity and Multimodality

Mjesto i datum
Budimpešta, Mađarska, 06-08.09.2018

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Language ideologies, language conflict, language teaching, language breaker

Sažetak
The educational system is one of the most influential societal domains for establishing and passing on ideologies (Bourdieu 1991, Wodak 2009). A key role in the process is played by teachers, who (consciously or unconsciously) promote and normalize ideological views on the content they teach. This paper adopts a critical applied linguistics (Pennycook 2001) perspective in order to study what linguistic and extralinguistic ideologies are promoted in teaching Croatian and other languages in Croatia by correcting students’ language production. The study was conducted by using printed and digital questionnaires, and through a qualitative analysis of the respondents’ answers (N = 153). The findings indicate a strong presence of (1) the ideology of the standard language (Milroy 2001), (2) the ideology of the native speaker (Doerr 2009), (3) the monoglossic ideology (Wardhaugh & Fuller 2015), (4) the ideology of monosemoformy (one meaning ~ one form), (5) the ideology of the source language, and (6) the ideology of one regional standard, all presented as ‘commonsensical’ and ‘neutral’ views, with various regional/social dialects portrayed as illegitimate (non-)language. These ideologies are promoted by using strategies which include (1) the stigmatization of trivial formal variation, cross-linguistic influence, and heteroglossia (Blackledge & Creese 2013), (2) aggressive feedback, (3) public shaming, (4) multimodal expression of disapproval, (5) pretending not to understand students’ production, and (6) the strategy of apparent descriptiveness (Starčević 2016). Because such promotion of these ideologies encourages intra-speaker and inter-speaker language conflict (Nelde 1997), (1) linguistic varieties and extralinguistic identities are delegitimized and erased (Irvine & Gal 2000), while (2) students report feelings of embarrassment and demotivation, as well as schizoglossia (Haugen 1962), linguistic self- hatred (Giles & Niedzielski 1999), and other-hatred. Consequently, given the negative effect of such correction practices on students’ self-confidence and motivation, teachers are sometimes perceived as language breakers (Starčević 2014).

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Filologija, Obrazovne znanosti (psihologija odgoja i obrazovanja, sociologija obrazovanja, politologija obrazovanja, ekonomika obrazovanja, antropologija obrazovanja, neuroznanost i rano učenje, pedagoške discipline)



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Ustanove
Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb,
Hrvatski studiji, Zagreb