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2016 | 34 | 1 | 169-186
Article title

Przyczyny społeczno-kulturowe oraz osobowe lęku językowego

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Title variants
EN
Causes socioculturelles et personnelles de l’anxiété langagière
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Abstracts
PL
Celem niniejszego artykułu jest opis przyczyn społeczno-kulturowych oraz osobowych lęku językowego. Przyczyny społeczno-kulturowe obejmują takie czynniki, jak: wsparcie społeczne, nabycie kompetencji komunikacyjnych w dzieciństwie, wiek, otoczenie społecznie towarzyszące procesowi nabywania języka drugiego, miejsce zamieszkania, postrzeganie błędu w kontekście społecznym, status społeczny, relacje władzy oraz poczucie tożsamości, lęk komunikacyjny interkulturowy i interetniczny, płeć. Przyczyny osobowe lęku językowego dotyczą takich czynników, jak: perfekcjonizm, współzawodnictwo, samoocena, introwertyzm.
EN
What causes language anxiety is a central question of this paper and is of interest to all language teachers and learners, as well as SLA scholars who are interested in anxiety and learning. The fact that language anxiety is a psychological construct, most likely stems from the learner’s own ‘self’, i.e., as an intrinsic motivator, e.g., his or her self perceptions, perceptions about others (peers, teachers, interlocutors, etc.) and target language communication situations, etc. Language anxiety may also be experienced due to linguistic difficulties L2/FL learners face in learning and using the target language. Within social contexts, language anxiety may be experienced due to extrinsic motivators, such as different social and cultural environments, particularly the environments where L1 and L2/FL learning takes place. Social status of the speaker and the interlocutor, a sense of power relations between them, and gender could also be important factors in causing language anxiety for L2/FL speakers.
Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Szczeciński
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DOI: 10.17951/ff.2016.34.1.169
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