Hinweis: Die Angaben zu den Semestern sind nur Empfehlungen, keine Anmeldebeschränkungen.
Core Literature:Power Point presentations of this lecture (will be uploaded to Learnweb during the semester)Appel, Rene; Muysken, Pieter. Language contact and Bilingualism. Amsterdam Academic Archive, 2005.Lim, Lisa; Ansaldo, Umberto. Languages in Contact. Cambridge University Press, 2016 Core literature includes some chapters of the books mentioned above.
Lecture Plan (subject to change):
language maintenance and shiftcode switching and code mixingStrategies of neutralityStrategies and problems in bilingual interaction Language contact and language change Lexical borrowing Pidgins and creoles
To receive 4 credit points you must …
register for the written exam pass the exam (90 min.)write a paperRegular participation in the online course: not less than 80% attendance, active participation in group work and discussions;
Abgeschlossenes Modul G (Grundlagen) und abgeschlossenes Modul S1 (drei Einführungsvorlesungen); sehr gute Englischkenntnisse.
This course deals with the theory and practice of intercultural negotiation from a linguistic point of view. In this course, we will make use of scientific texts (English) and exercises, the students will develop a theoretical and practical understanding of the negotiation situations in which different cultures and languages play a role. A special focus is on the use of English in negotiation situations, especially those situations in which English is the lingua franca.
“What are you expected to do?”In this course, I expect you a)to be familiar with key concepts and to understand them well and to give examples of concepts in real situations, and d)to write a term paper individually. The paper could be empirically designed term paper with a linguistic focus, approx. 10-12 pages of pure text. It is imperative that you follow all the guidelines that you will find in "Notes on writing academic papers" and in the "Information sheet on quotations and sources" (see: www.uni-hildesheim.de/fb3/institute/ikk/studium-lehre/)o Deadline: February 15, 2022; please in two formats: on paper in the mailbox and as a pdf file to firstname.lastname@example.orgYou are required to interact with a native English speaker who can speak German too/or a German native speaker who can speak English too. You should record your conversation in English for at least two hours (she/he must be informed and you need to her/his written consent). You can use this conversation as a sample to present examples for discussions at class and to use as the data to be used for your term paper.
BA-IIM Studierende, 3. Semester oder höher.
Modul BA IIM S3-1: Negotiating across culture (aktuelle PO)
Exchange students with very good language skills in both English and German are very welcome in this seminar.