2019 WAFLT Fall Conference

10/31/2019 - 11/2/2019

P- 4: Linking Imagined and Actual Social Spaces: Attributed Stereotypes of Native Speakers and Teachers with Respect to Foreign Language Choice

When: Friday, 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM

Location: Exhibit Hall

Presenter(s): Lucian Rothe, German PhD student, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Language(s): All Languages

Level(s): Post-Secondary

Seating Capacity: 0

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Number Registered: 0
NOTE: For workshops, this number does not take into account onsite registrants. For meal functions, this number does not take into account multiple tickets bought by one attendee. As such, the number of tickets purchased may be higher.

This poster illustrates that students of French, German, Russian, and Spanish use real-life classroom experiences to position themselves and others in imagined social spaces; and provides evidence that biases against imagined communities influence whether a specific FL will be chosen.

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