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Title: The Role of Global English in Construction of Plurilingualism and Multilingualism
Authors: Aliyeva, Elza
Keywords: Global English
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: The main theme of this work is the influence of English on a multilevel world-wide scale on the most diverse spheres of life in terms of globalization, multiculturalism and plurilingualism. The main purpose of this work is to study the role and importance of the English language at the world level, the notion of its applicability in various sectors, as well as its general prevalence and influence on the current situation of the world cultural, social, political, linguistic and educational life. The methodological basis of the study is a system-modeling approach to the multidimensional topic of linguistic distribution and politics, in which various aspects of these phenomena are consistently and purposefully considered with reference to theoretical provisions on the relationship between language and society in the current globalization. This work consists of 81 pages conveying an introduction, the first chapter including three subheadings, and the second chapter with four subheadings, conclusions and a list of used literature. In the conclusion of the work, the results of the research have been summed up and introduced with a general analysis, and consequently it becomes clear that this work is primarily a study that explains the situation that has developed over many decades in terms of linguistic diversity and processes occurring in societies from the point of view of English language globalization.
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