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Attitude Toward Culture as Predictor of Pragmatics #579

Sun, Nov 22, 17:20-17:45 JST | Zoom 14
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Since pragmatic features of every language stem in the culture of that language, willingness to learn the cultural aspects of target language might have a significant effect on the development of target language pragmatic competence. To this end, the current study was conducted to investigate the effect of instructing target language cultural features as well as the effect of attitude toward target language culture on the development of comprehension and production aspects of pragmatic competence.

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Vahid Rafieyan

Vahid Rafieyan

Yamanashi Gakuin University
I am an associate professor of TESOL and Linguistics at the International College of Liberal Arts, Yamanashi Gakuin University. My main areas of interest include but are not limited to pragmatics and second language acquisition.