Volume 1 Number 2 Year - 2019

Number of articles: 110



A 'NEWPARADIGMATIC' PERSPECTIVE ON EDUCATING STUDENTS BEYOND NARCISSISTIC MODELS. TOWARDS PSYCHO-LINGUISTIC QUALITY IN INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

Authors: Marta Bogusławska-Tafelska, Natalia Malenko, Alina-Andreea Dragoescu Urlica

Abstract: This paper proposes an ecological model of learning and communicating, which has been coined 'newparadigmatic' and which is applied here with regards to the co-relational and participative nature of educational processes and communication in general. Our point of view builds upon a novel paradigm of language learning ecology set within an organic environment, where participants interact and cooperate, as opposed to entrenched behavioural patterns of narcissistic self-centredness which have become pervasive in modern societies. This approach focuses on some essential concepts such as psycho-linguistic quality and the creation of ecologically holistic environments for learning how to communicate. The solution suggested by the authors keeps with the complexity of ecological models for language learning and aims at ensuring the high quality of language education in a meaningful newparadigmatic perspective.

Keywords: Eco-linguistics, communication, language learning, 'newparadigmatic', quality

DOI: 10.24874/PES01.02.106   Downloads: 42

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